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Summoner's Circle

Summoner's Circle


From mad cultists calling up tentacled horrors to holy priests praying for warrior angels to clockwork contraptions crafted by a mad scientist, the summon ally Power is found throughout just about every Savage Worlds setting. Using this book, you'll be able to make that power your own, customizing your allies to fit the concept you have in mind for what your hero calls to battle - or use one of the deadly rivals or monsters in this book to challenge your players!

Inside you will find...

  • A system for designing your own allies at each rank, allowing you to build your summoned allies the way you imagine them and make sure things are balanced.
  • A selection of new Edges and Hindrances (10 in total) related to conjuration and its practitioners.
  • 36 sample creatures to summon across all Ranks, all created using the ally creation system, from the sneaky Scout to the ship-shattering Talosan Titan.
  • 10 fleshed-out NPCs to use in your game that demonstrate the use of the mechanics and concepts found in this supplement, ranging from an elven ecoterrorist to a dinosaur-summoning, time-traveling big game hunter.
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Ian A November 02, 2019 2:13 pm UTC

I had the following questions about The Steed companion who has an extended duration of an hour for +2PP.

How is that extra duration/PP cost determined? It's not a build point option from what I can see and it's not a power modifier I'm familiar with.

Is it it reasonable to extrapolate that to companions in general?
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Dylan B November 17, 2019 12:40 am UTC
I added that as an example of specific modifiers you can add on to allies to fill their role better. The point was that since the Mount isn't as combat-oriented as the other allies, and riding is usually longer than a few rounds, you'd want an ally that can last all day to replicate something like D&D's Mount spell. I wouldn't allow it to be extended to all other allies as a general rule, though there's an Edge for that.
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Lee R September 09, 2019 1:27 am UTC
The Wraith is missing its Die for its abilities
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Kristian S July 28, 2019 6:28 am UTC
I'm seeing odd characters in place of words in Adobe Reader on Android. I think something went wrong in the final render.
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Dylan B August 10, 2019 7:31 pm UTC
I talked to you one-on-one about this, just thought I'd address it on here too.

I've pounded my head on this for a few hours and I can't figure out what's going on. It's specific to Acrobat Reader on Android devices, and seems to be related to the font I used, but not the embedding/export settings. If I do an updated version of this file, I'll address this as part of the list of fixes.
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Kristian S August 11, 2019 9:12 pm UTC
No worries. I look forward to the update. I'll try a different PDF reader in the meantime. Xodo is pretty good.
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Kristian S August 11, 2019 9:16 pm UTC
Actually, I just tried Xodo and it's all blank except for images.
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Mike G September 23, 2020 2:39 am UTC
I just tried the same program with the same result.
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