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Savage Bond 007 - 2.3

Savage Bond 007 - 2.3

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Published by Rupert Dangerfield
James Bond conversion to Savage Worlds
James Bond conversion to Savage Worlds

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Published by: Rupert Dangerfield on Oct 03, 2010
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Savage Bond 007
“Savaged, Not Stirred!”Version 2.
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 A James Bond 007 Role Playing Gameto Savage Worlds ConversionAuthors: Paul KasperRob “The GIT” Davis!
 
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This document is for entertainment purposes only. Nocopyright infringement is intended.Savage Worlds, Smilin’ Jack, Great White Games,Fast! Furious! Fun! and all associated logos herein areCopyright © 2005, Great White Games. This work is not anofficially licensed product and has no affiliation with GreatWhite Games.The James Bond 007: Role Playing In Her Majesty's SecretService Game is Copyright 1984, The Avalon Hill GameCompany.James Bond copyrights are held by the respective owners:Eon Productions Ltd, Danjaq, LLC, United Artists Corp., andGlidrose.Most of the illustrations are by James Talbot and were part ofthe original James Bond 007 RPG Basic Game book.Front cover is based on TWINE advertising with additional arttaken from Paul Kasper’s website.Back cover is based on fictional MI6 crest used in TWINE.
Credits:
Thanks to Daryl Lonnon and Cameron Crawford for theirreviews on Paul Kasper’s original work.Thanks to Brent Wolke for his original work on theDemolitionist Edge.Thanks to William Little
eld for his original work on theGambler, Master of Disguise, Natural Athlete, and UnarmedFighter Edges; also, for the Tech skill idea from his Bureau 13SW conversion.Thanks to Jason Young for his idea on using characterbackground modifiers for Performance Fields. I hope that hedoesn’t mind the changes I have made to this subject.Special thanks to Daryl Lonnon for the “Shaken, Not Stirred”phrase idea!
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