Monday, March 5, 2012

The World of Thundarr The Barbarian Sourcebook -- Final Version Released

In July 2009, I began Thundarr Thursday here at The Savage AfterWorld -- taking a facet of the classic post-apocalyptic cartoon Thundarr the Barbarian and converting that creature, item, character, or adventure for use with Mutant Future. Over the years, I accumulated quite a bit of material -- enough to produce a free-to-download sourcebook of the Thundarr universe for use in your games. And, as always, it's free and available to download over yonder in the right-hand column.

I've updated the book every so often, whenever I had new material to add. However, I've pretty well covered all I can with this excellent show, as the last new Thundarr sourcebook update was back in June last year. So, sadly, I'm going to call the Thundarr sourcebook "finalized" as I will not be adding any new material to it. I have updated the file one last time -- adding a back cover sheet to it as well as an additional blank page, upping the page count to a printer-friendly 68 pages. In fact, this is the final version I used for my recent test of MagCloud's services. So if you've been wondering when Snider was going to consider this sourcebook finished, the answer is "today." Click on the cover image or the right-hand column link to download the most recent update -- and last one ever -- of the Thundarr sourcebook. Enjoy!

9 comments:

  1. Lot’s of thanks for sharing this stuff. Whenever I get around to running Mutant Future, Thundarr will definitely be my #1 inspiration so I expect to use the heck out of this material.

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  2. An earlier version of this august tome was a magnificent boon during my Mutant Future campaign. Thanks again!

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  3. Thanks for this, it makes me want to kill off my PCs so we can roll up characters and play this instead.

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  4. Impressive ode to a loved series.

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  5. I don't know if you want proof-reading, but in case you do: you've listed Gemini the Wizard, Queen Styria and Skullus the Wizard as Sorcerers, whereas it seems like they're meant to be Wizards.

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  6. Although they are indeed evil wizards, the character class for Thundarr magic users is named "Sorcerers". (Page 6) Corrupted sorcerers are wizards, in fact. (page 7).

    It's like D&D. You can be a mage, a wizard, a witch, a sorcerer, etc. But technically, they are all "magic users."

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