Back when we released Legion of Liberty, some players asked if they could “play the good guys, instead of the insurgents”. Well, Anglophiles, now is your chance. Greycoats, a new Plot Point Campaign for Legion of Liberty: Superheroes of 1776 follows the adventures of squad of superpowered British soldiers fighting with Wellington against the French […]
Last night I had the honor of participating in the Savage Summer Showcase, highlighting the Legion of Liberty setting and the Happy MonsterCast! Check out the video below!
Legion of Liberty: Superheroes of 1776 is now available on the Roll20 Marketplace! This new offering includes all the assets from the VTT Asset Pack, but ready for use in Roll20!
Hey, Savage Worlds fans! A relief bundle for Hurricane Ida is now live on DriveThruRPG – almost $300 worth of Savage Worlds goodness for only $20, including our own Legion of Liberty: Superheroes of 1776. All proceeds go to Imagine Water Works: Led by Native, Creole, queer and trans community members in New Orleans, Imagine […]
Great news for fans of the Foundry VTT; we’ve just released a module for Foundry with compendiums for all of the Legion of Liberty powers, Edges, Hindrances, and skills, as well as scenes and images from the VTT Asset pack. Find it here on Drive Thru RPG!
When we founded Happy Monster Press, we wanted to bring a range of different settings to the Savage Worlds community. With Children of the Apocalypse, we provided a fantasy setting, and with Legion of Liberty, a historical superhero campaign. Relics and Rayguns is our foray into science fiction, with a strong leavening of pulp action […]
We’ve released a complete set of Virtual Tabletop assets for our Legion of Liberty: Superheroes of 1776 setting. The asset pack includes 82 tokens, 49 maps (in gridded, gridless, and Universal VTT formats), and 25 images for use as backgrounds for Chases, Mass Battles, and Dramatic Tasks, all for just $9.99. The VTT Asset pack […]
In this week’s episode, we transition from Savage Worlds Rifts to Legion of Liberty: Superheroes of 1776, starting with an interview between creator Scott Marchand Davis and Manuel Sambs of Veiled Fury Entertainment.
Listen to me and people way smarter and more experienced than me talk about using myth, legend, and gods in role playing games at last year’s Aethercon.
Because Legion of Liberty: Superheroes of 1776 was set in an alternate colonial America, a number of thorny issues were inevitably going to come up in the setting – slavery, treatment of indigenous peoples, and gender issues. As a middle-aged privileged white guy, I recognized a high probability of mis-steps in this arena. Fortunately, I […]