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WILD WEST RPG


Wild West is Copyright 1983 by Anthony P. LeBoutillier & Gerald D. Seypura. 
Posted with Permission.
Additional items are Copyright 2001, David Little


This game is posted WITH PERMISSION of the Copyright holders.
(Read the Permission Statement)


PERMISSION IS GRANTEDFOR COPY OR REPRODUCTION
FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY!

PERMISSION IS NOT GRANTED FOR FURTHER POSTING ON THE INTERNET OR DISTRIBUTION BY ANY OTHER MEANS.  YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO SALE ANY ITEM COPIED OR REPRODUCED FROM THIS SITE.

Welcome to the OFFICIAL Wild West RPG Site! This game was originally published by Fantasy Games Unlimited.  It has been long out-of-print. This site is the ONLY authorized site where the game is available!

INTRODUCTION
 (from the rulebook)

Wild West is an exciting game of role playing, a game that allows the player to experience the Old West. Each player creates a character that becomes his alter-ego; Gambler, Lawman, Cow Hand, Outlaw, or Snake Oil Salesman. You, the player, have your choice. The character finds himself on the streets of Dodge City, Kansas, unemployed and footloose after the Civil War, on a trail drive from Fort Concho on the Goodnight-Loving Trail; a range bred cowboy working a local spread or presiding at a hot poker game in the Custom House Saloon, complete with diamond stick pin, a cigar, and a hide out Derringer. The possibilities are limited only by the player s imagination. The adventures are directed by a player acting as a Game Master, or referee. He creates the basic scenario and plays the part of fate. The other players do not know what lies around the corner or behind the closed door, but they will. As the adventure unfolds, the Game Master reveals the required information to the other players. Wild West incorporates a unique system for advancement in skills and for establishing the outcome of the player's activities. The many charts and tables required for most role playing games are reduced to a minimum while providing accuracy and realism unmatched in games of this type. The important role of the horse in the Old West is not overlooked, and in depth research of the weapons of the time provides the most complete and accurate listing possible. Only paper, pencil and dice are needed to play Wild West. The game may be further enhanced by the use of miniatures representing each character, but such miniatures are not required. The results of actions taken by the players (roping, gambling, shooting different weapons in combat, etc.) are resolved by using 20- sided and normal six-sided dice which are available from most hobby and game stores or from Fantasy Games Unlimited.


Get ready to play, partner!

(Click on the cover)


WILD WEST

TROUBLE ON WIDOW'S PEAK


ADDITIONAL ITEMS TO DOWNLOAD ARE HERE


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Wild West is Copyright 1983 by Anthony P. LeBoutillier & Gerald D. Seypura. 
Posted with Permission.
Additional items are Copyright 2001, David Little


PERMISSION IS GRANTEDFOR COPY OR REPRODUCTION
FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY!

PERMISSION IS NOT GRANTED FOR FURTHER POSTING ON THE INTERNET OR DISTRIBUTION BY ANY OTHER MEANS.  YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO SALE ANY ITEM COPIED OR REPRODUCED FROM THIS SITE.