Armed For Adventure
The mid-19th through early 20th centuries were the time of rough-and-tumble Wild West gunslingers and gentlemanly Victorian adventurers alike, an age when death was just a bullet away whether you found yourself in a sooty industrial metropolis or the wilds of the Great White Hunter. With so many people living and dying by the gun, gunsmiths were spurred to revolutionize the art... [click here for more]
There's trouble right here in Nobles, Arizona. That's trouble with a capital "T," and that rhymes with "D," and that stands for . . . dinosaurs?!
Yeah. It's a long story, pardner. This here's a yee-haw yarn involving a band of bandits, a chest-pounding chase, and the final fate of a fetching filly named Donna Nesbitt. Oh, and barrels of bullets graciously given new homes in roving... [click here for more]
How the West Was Won
The American frontier was a legend, even while it was happening. Gunfighters, Indians, cowboys, miners, and mountain men, the Pony Express, the Texas Rangers and the outlaws they fought, the "rust-eaters" who pushed the rails west, the settlers battling fires, floods, stampedes, and sickness . . . their adventures made the nation what it is today!
GURPS Old West... [click here for more]