"Outs here, in Little Bedrock, at the foot of Mount Linhaeus on Comb Creek, Utah, we lives simple lives. There ain't no railroads or steamboats for miles, but we survive through the travellers and community..." - Sheriff Dick Johnson, in 'Dusty Dick Johnson' by Bobby Donald.
1879: Little Bedrock is a small town, a dozen-odd miles from the San Juan River. County law dictates you are to leave your firearms with the Sheriff while in town, but outside its boundaries is wild country. From bandits to assassins, the only law is that of the gun. The Little Bedrock Sheriff's office issues bounties on the big players, and the business is self-sustaining. Folk come in, sleep with the whores, sleep in the hotels, drink in the bar, and hunt down the wicked kind. Its good business for the town.
So saddle up and ride in, the freeform play-by-email game is open to anyone over 18 who want characters of variety, be they inspired by Spaghetti Westerns, or from the legends of the times. Please note the content is mature occasionally dealing with sex, violence and foul language.
SITE LAST UPDATED: 10 June 2004
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