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The goal of this section is to provide concrete examples of how to create data files for whatever game system you choose. Although additional examples are included, the primary component of this section is a detailed walk-through that guides you through the evolution of fully operational data files for the Savage Worlds game system. Starting with the Skeleton data files provided with the Kit, you'll witness how the entire process unfolds. Simply click on one of the topics below to see an example of how to use the Kit.
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The goal of this section is to provide concrete examples of how to create data files for whatever game system you choose. Although additional examples are included, the primary component of this section is a detailed walk-through that guides you through the evolution of fully operational data files for the Savage Worlds game system. Starting with the Skeleton data files provided by the Kit, you'll witness how the entire process unfolds. Simply click on the topics below to see examples of how to use the Kit.
  
 
{{important}}This section of the documentation is not yet complete. Topics that have been written will be found at the top of the list below and possess live links. Other topics are simply identified by name, sometimes along with a few notes about what the topic will contain. These topics will be added over time to complete the documentation.
 
{{important}}This section of the documentation is not yet complete. Topics that have been written will be found at the top of the list below and possess live links. Other topics are simply identified by name, sometimes along with a few notes about what the topic will contain. These topics will be added over time to complete the documentation.
  
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Revision as of 15:03, 23 November 2008

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The goal of this section is to provide concrete examples of how to create data files for whatever game system you choose. Although additional examples are included, the primary component of this section is a detailed walk-through that guides you through the evolution of fully operational data files for the Savage Worlds game system. Starting with the Skeleton data files provided by the Kit, you'll witness how the entire process unfolds. Simply click on the topics below to see examples of how to use the Kit.

IMPORTANT! This section of the documentation is not yet complete. Topics that have been written will be found at the top of the list below and possess live links. Other topics are simply identified by name, sometimes along with a few notes about what the topic will contain. These topics will be added over time to complete the documentation.


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