I've been looking into running Savage Worlds again. It's a fun, unpretentious, get-shit-done little system, that I run exclusively for a couple of years. I already own quite a few settings for SW: Solomon Kane. The one that got me into SW. Fun little toolkit. Only ran it a couple of times but used it (and the magic guidelines) as the basis for a Hyborian Age game that lasted a little longer. Day After Ragnarok. Awesomeness. Pulpy, weird, quasi-dieselpunk post-apocalyptic action. I've described it as "Rifts: 1948 AD" in the past. Hellfrost. Great spell list, fantastic support, okay setting. To be honest only picked up the Player's Guide because it had a Summon Demon spell, and the "resource management" (read: domain play) supplement. I might use bits f it if I ever run D&Desque fantasy with SW. Deadlands Reloaded. It's Deadlands with all the good and bad it entails. Picked it up because Mrs. The Butcher showed interest at the idea of "cowboys vs. zombies" but, predictably, never ran it. Necessary Evil. Love the premise but my group sucks at four-color superheroics. Maybe this will make the genre click for them? Not a priority right now. Nova Praxis. I like how they took a hammer to the Sci-Fi Companion to get their transhuman on (and at a level that's less Eclipse Phase/Transhuman Space and more Altered Carbon, which I dig) but the setting has the whole White Wolf splat thing going on which I found super contrived. Totems of the Dead. On CRKruger's recommendation. Sword & sorcery Precolumbian America. Looks fun, though I sometimes have a hard time parsing the real world equivalents of each nation, I have yet to run it — in fact, I really want to run this with Mythras some day. Savage Rifts. How could I not get this? Love Rifts, like SW. I will run this but I suspect I will be disappointed — they could've tinkered a bit more with SW to better reflect the source material. Still, I like some of the ideas; I'll give it a shot. I am curious about other settings, specifically a couple from the more recent comic book crop — Fear Agent (looks like pulpy SF) and The Sixth Gun (looks like Deadlands minus the dumb parts). SW players and GMs, what settings do you like to use SW with?