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Moonraker Miniatures27 Feb 2017 10:38 a.m. PST

Sir Gilbert Hill, having dealt firmly and thoroughly with the various agitators, factions and trouble-makers roaming through Herefordshire, has taken a break with his cousin, Sir Percy Pitt-Bulstrode over in Borsetshire. However, Sir Gilbert was not to enjoy the bucolic interlude in peace.

Here is the account (told mainly in photos) of what transpired in the village of Little Beddings:
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This game was played largely to try the Pulp Alley rules and see if they were suitable for a small skirmish in a VBCW-era setting. I think they were.

Codsticker27 Feb 2017 11:25 a.m. PST

Great narrative. I have only played pulp alley a couple of times but it seems to me that it could be used in a wide variety of settings with great success.

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