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* AuthorAvatar: "Zipactriotl", a.k.a. Dr. Spector, is based somewhat on Warren Spector.

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* WorthlessYellowRocks: The lab has a single piece of gold, but no one here trades in gold.

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* CoolSword: Sadly only in cutscenes, Darden wields a sword which is perhaps best described as a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macuahuitl macuahuitl]], but with fangs from large predators in place of the obsidian blades.


''Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire'' is the first spinoff of the ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'' series using the ''VideoGame/UltimaVI'' engine. The same engine would later be used for ''[[VideoGame/UltimaWorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams Martian Dreams]]'', and a third spinoff was planned about the Knights of the Round Table, but this was cancelled. All ''Worlds of Ultima'' spinoffs tell stories in separate worlds from Britannia, only tangentially related to the main ''Ultima'' continuity.

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''Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire'' is the first spinoff of the ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'' series by Creator/OriginSystems, using the ''VideoGame/UltimaVI'' engine. The same engine would later be used for ''[[VideoGame/UltimaWorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams Martian Dreams]]'', and a third spinoff was planned about the Knights of the Round Table, but this was cancelled. All ''Worlds of Ultima'' spinoffs tell stories in separate worlds from Britannia, only tangentially related to the main ''Ultima'' continuity.


* NubileSavage: Aiela, pictured on the cover and romnaceable in-game, is obviously one.

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* NubileSavage: Aiela, pictured on the cover and romnaceable romanceable in-game, is obviously one.


* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: You have to kill a dinosaur for a tribe, and put ''a bell around one's neck'' for another.

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* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: You have to kill a dinosaur Tyrannosaurus Rex for a tribe, and put ''a bell around one's neck'' for another.


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''Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire'' is the first spinoff of the ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'' series using the ''VideoGame/UltimaVI'' engine. The same engine would later be used for ''[[VideoGame/WorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams Martian Dreams]]'', and a third spinoff was planned about the Knights of the Round Table, but this was cancelled. All ''Worlds of Ultima'' spinoffs tell stories in separate worlds from Britannia, only tangentially related to the main ''Ultima'' continuity.

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''Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire'' is the first spinoff of the ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'' series using the ''VideoGame/UltimaVI'' engine. The same engine would later be used for ''[[VideoGame/WorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams ''[[VideoGame/UltimaWorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams Martian Dreams]]'', and a third spinoff was planned about the Knights of the Round Table, but this was cancelled. All ''Worlds of Ultima'' spinoffs tell stories in separate worlds from Britannia, only tangentially related to the main ''Ultima'' continuity.


''Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire'' is the first spinoff of the ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' series using the ''VideoGame/UltimaVI'' engine. The same engine would later be used for ''[[WorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams Martian Dreams]]'', and a third spinoff was planned about the Knights of the Round Table, but this was cancelled. All ''Worlds of Ultima'' spinoffs tell stories in separate worlds from Britannia, only tangentially related to the main ''Ultima'' continuity.

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''Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire'' is the first spinoff of the ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'' series using the ''VideoGame/UltimaVI'' engine. The same engine would later be used for ''[[WorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams ''[[VideoGame/WorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams Martian Dreams]]'', and a third spinoff was planned about the Knights of the Round Table, but this was cancelled. All ''Worlds of Ultima'' spinoffs tell stories in separate worlds from Britannia, only tangentially related to the main ''Ultima'' continuity.


''Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire'' is the first spinoff of the ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' series using the ''VideoGame/UltimaVI'' engine. The same engine would later be used for ''VideoGame/MartianDreams'', and a third spinoff was planned about the Knights of the Round Table, but this was cancelled. All ''Worlds of Ultima'' spinoffs tell stories in separate worlds from Britannia, only tangentially related to the main ''Ultima'' continuity.

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''Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire'' is the first spinoff of the ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' series using the ''VideoGame/UltimaVI'' engine. The same engine would later be used for ''VideoGame/MartianDreams'', ''[[WorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams Martian Dreams]]'', and a third spinoff was planned about the Knights of the Round Table, but this was cancelled. All ''Worlds of Ultima'' spinoffs tell stories in separate worlds from Britannia, only tangentially related to the main ''Ultima'' continuity.


* NubileSavage: Aiela, pictured on the cover, is obviously one.

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* NubileSavage: Aiela, pictured on the cover, cover and romnaceable in-game, is obviously one.

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* NubileSavage: Aiela, pictured on the cover, is obviously one.

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->''You had disturbing dreams of a faraway jungle, an endangered princess, and the black moonstone you carried away from Britannia in your last adventure there. The spirit of Lord British commanded you to find out all you could about the stone. So you took it to your old friend Dr. Rafkin, curator of the local museum of natural history, hoping that he could unravel the mystery. At Dr. Rafkin's, you met ace reporter and "Ultimate Adventures" correspondent Jimmy Malone. Malone's a little too nosy to suit you......but he kept his wits when everything went haywire, when Dr. Rafkin's experiments on your moonstone sent the whole museum lab through a bizarre black moongate!''
-->"Introduction"

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