Review & Commentary A Fist of Blood & Dust by Olivar Tripas For the Wretched Country Rpg & Other Wild West OSR Games - "The Indians are not yet completely pacified, the roads are still unsafe for pioneers and adventurers of all kinds, and the unexplored territories are ful...
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Wow. That is even better than the teabaggersReplyDelete
While you couldn't see the dwarven women, at least you could verify that they indeed had beards.ReplyDelete
Now, Greg--stop that! ;)ReplyDelete
"While you couldn't see the dwarven women, at least you could verify that they indeed had beards."ReplyDelete
I just threw up in my mouth a little.
There is a very unpleasant cartoon out there with leather fetishist dwarves living an alternative lifestyle with the kicker line "Well, why did you think we called it Goly Hole Dwarven Mine" ?ReplyDelete
Truthfully the term is completely legit in application to mining and makes plenty of sense and wasn't in poor taste as the similar term hadn't crept into the general awareness at the time of the adventures publication. It's still pretty damned funny today.
I'm thinking of ways to turn this into a contest with some prizes. Not the Glory Hole, but the poorly named gaming product... more to come :)ReplyDelete