The Knuckleduster Cowtown Creator


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The Knuckleduster Cowtown Creator;
Create an Authentic Cowtown Setting For Any Western Role-Playing Game!

The Cowtown Creator provides you with all the information you need to design a Western town for your next role-playing campaign, short story, or penny dreadful. Each chapter covers a different type of institution or commercial establishment, providing the designer with a wealth of historical detail. Like the Firearms Shop, the Cowtown Creator is a UNIVERSAL SOURCEBOOK, containing over 200 pages of information for ANY GAME SYSTEM, including the 3rd edition of the world's most popular role-playing game! (Additional information is provided in a special appendix for both versions of Deadlands (TM) and FUDGE).




-A classification system for quickly generating a fictional town . . .
-Floor plans for saloons, dance halls, variety theaters, banks, blacksmiths, and other establishments . . .
-Rules for old gambling games like faro and vingt-et-un . . .
-Lists, lists, and more lists: saloon names, character names, drink names, and merchandise prices . . .
-Character descriptions and numerous historical anecdotes proving beyond doubt that TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION!
-SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED with numerous maps, diagrams, historical photographs, period engravings, and original artwork.
By Forrest Harris, with Rob Lusk, Phill Web, and illustrations by Rick Harris.
Release: March, 2002
Softcover, 250 pages,
MSRP $19.95,
ISBN 0-9667046-3-0
Product Code: KDP 3-0

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Knuckleduster Miniatures

Knuckleduster manufactures 28mm War of 1812 wargame miniatures, as well as 28 and 40mm Old West figures. All of our products are cast in lead-free pewter, which costs a bit more to make and sell, but provides our customers with an extremely safe and durable material to work with (and who can put a price on peace of mind?). All figures are sculpted and all samples are painted by Forrest Harris.

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