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pitac eru writes:

There is a bit previewed in the following podcast about the new material:
Meeting their new quarterly schedule as promised, a new episode of Smiling Jack's Bar & Grill podcast came out this weekend. Not only did it come out, it came waaay out two hours' worth!

Don't fret, there are timecodes if you only want to hear "Cutter spill the beans" (1:29:37).

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C. David Ross of Pinnacle writes:

This is the Weird West, pardner. Nothing stays down forever, not even books. Deadlands: Reloaded will be comin' back this summer, better than ever. The two-gun, two-fisted action will also be two-volumed. That's right, you'll be seein' a Marshal's Handbook and a Player's Guide, each for $24.99 USD. Check out the cover drafts before they get all gussied up with titles.


Y'see, with the skyrocketin' price o' ghost rock, we didn't want to make everybody pay for a piece of the book only one cowpoke's gonna be usin', so we split 'em up to help keep the prices down. And it ain't just the same book chopped in two, all King Solomon-style, neither. There's updates and expansions, shamans without the Old Ways Oath, and all sort of other things ain't never been seen before. But it ain't no whole new edition, neither. Ol' Man Cutter, what fellas call "The Deadlands Big Bug," explains it all in the most recent Smiling Jack's podcast.