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A Savage Guide to Dinosaurs


Looking to introduce dinosaurs to your next Savage Worlds game? A Savage Guide to Dinosaurs features nineteen fully statted dinosaurs including classics like the Triceratops and the Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Also included is an original adventure titled Dino World!

"Dino World, once humanity’s greatest achievement, is now surrendered to the dinosaurs who once served as exhibits. But not everyone is satisfied with leaving dinosaurs behind. Eric Winslow, CEO of FTRE, wants a dinosaur and he’s willing to pay. The party has been hired to retrieve three eggs from the defunct Dino World theme park."

Pregenerated characters included!

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Todd C December 28, 2022 11:43 pm UTC
Fully 100% worth the dollar. Printable version is nicely done and that came in handy when one player decided to tame a sauropod and now they're bringing the treasure back with that. Shame about the allosaurus family taking an interest >:D
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Luc L January 21, 2020 1:31 pm UTC
If you would make a full setting "jurassic park" style I would get it for sure. Nice product.
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Gage V January 24, 2020 12:22 pm UTC
Thank you so much! I’m not sure I’ll be doing a full Jurassic setting but I’m always on the look out for things I can add dinosaurs to
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Jonathan M April 11, 2019 1:28 pm UTC
I cant seem to put this as a review, so I will post it here. This is a very good book, and well worth the dollar it costs, its worth more than that if you ask me. Gage did an excellent job with the product. It makes a great companion piece to The Dinosaur Protocol (in my opinion as that books creator). It also contains some different dinosaurs and some different takes on the dinosaurs already present, so if you want, The Dinosaur Protocol can be found here:, but in any case, whatever you want to do, you cant go wrong with A Savage Guide to Dinosaurs.
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Manuel S April 21, 2019 10:09 am UTC
If your account is a Publisher Account you cannot rate and/or review products anymore. I guess it's to prevent publishers from downrating/commenting the "competition".
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Jonathan M April 29, 2019 11:26 pm UTC
That actually makes total sense.
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This title was added to our catalog on April 08, 2019.