Strike Team Savage: Horizon City Heist 1 of 2

A clandestine group of super-powered operatives, Strike Team Savage has one mission. To take out those super-powered individuals who upset the public order. Whether they be two bit criminals or wanna be vigilantes, no one is outside their purview.

So, when a gang of super-villains plan to rob a local bank, Strike Team Savage is sent to stop them…. by robbing it first.

Intro Music: Rolling at 5 by Kevin Macleod (
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5 comments on “Strike Team Savage: Horizon City Heist 1 of 2

  1. Cayce says:

    I loved this episode! IT-D2 cracked me up, as did the epic WoD origin story with Jesus’ character. I do have one question, though: is there an email address for Fandible fan mail? I’d love to write y’all something 🙂

  2. CZGrey says:

    So are you guys saying that if we send you a gaming book, there is the possibility of hearing you all play it?

    On a totally not at all related subhect, what’s the groups feelings on plying anthropomorphic characters? . …totally unrelated

  3. Fandible Dave says:

    Well if that’s anything like playing “uplifted” animals then I’d ask “how much did Jesus pay you to ask this?” I can’t guarantee we’d get to everything people send us (we are limited by scheduling) but we’re always interested in new games!

    On an unrelated note, I would play an anthropomorphic flying squirrel. He works in an office but he knows he was meant for adventure! TIM FROM ACCOUNTING WAS BORN TO FLY!

    …also unrelated.

  4. CZGrey says:

    Oh,I haven’t been paid, was just considering saving up some cash and sending out a copy of Urban Jungle, and watching as people go nuts over playing animal people in a noir style…. that sounds crazier when I type it out than it did in my head

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