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Dust Devils

by Matt Snyder

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An interesting Western role-playing game, based on the myths, legends, and stories/films of the West, rather than the reality. Uses playing cards and poker chips, and is heavily story-role based. The chief conceit for PCs is The Devil; a very personal demon that the characters must deal with during play, Working with your demon gets you more cards; resisting it costs you cards, but gives you chips to use in narratives and draw additional cards. Ultimately, all the characters must face an End, where internal conflicts are resolved and the character is removed from play (not necessarily dead; a gunslinger who settles down with the school marm and becomes a rancher is just as out of play as one in Boot Hill). An intriguing little game. ( )
  BruceCoulson | Jul 24, 2014 |
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