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Deadlands Games and Settings Deadlands: The Weird West (Classic & D20) The Great Rail Wars (War Game) Deadlands: Reloaded (Savage Worlds) Deadlands: Hell on Earth (Classic & D20) Hell on Earth: Reloaded (Savage Worlds) Deadlands: Lost Colony (Classic & D20) Deadlands: Doomtown (CCG) Doomtown: Reloaded (CCG) Deadlands: Noir (Savage Worlds) Deadlands: Dark Ages (Savage Worlds)The year is 1879, but the history is not our own...Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Originally released in the 1990s by Pinnacle Entertainment Group, Deadlands: The Weird West was the first setting in what would become a trilogy. The brainchild of Shane Lacy Hensley, Deadlands was, at the time, praised as a breath of fresh air amidst the various Dungeons & Dragons and Old World of Darkness clones and derivative works. The rules were very detailed (to the point of being cumbersome, at times), and the setting was more so (to the point of being awesome, most generally). Since then, Pinnacle (and its affiliate, Great White Games) has begun re-releasing the settings with the much lighter (but less detailed) Savage Worlds rules system. This began in 2006 with Deadlands: Reloaded.The Weird West starts out as a sort of Alternate History: long ago, around the time of the Renaissance, a group of Native Americans finally succeeded at closing the doors to the "next world", referred to almost ubiquitously in the game material as "The Hunting Grounds." Doing so sealed the mystical gates between worlds, which made all magic, good or ill, much, much harder to perform. That was actually the goal, as "ill" vastly outnumbered "good".Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })All that changed on July 3, 1863. By this time, monsters and dragons were nothing more than folklore, footnotes in cultural history. Then, an enterprising (and vengeful) Susquehanna shaman named Raven re-entered the Hunting Grounds and succeeded at undoing the work of those who had come before him, opening the spiritual barriers between worlds once more. This would be Raven's Reckoning against the white man.All Hell broke loose. Things that previously belonged in nightmares became real. Mere arcanists suddenly became aware there was more to the world than they could see, and some began to barter or swindle dark spirits for power. Shamans regained powerful medicine. Demons — "manitous", in the sourcebooks — began to whisper secrets of technology yet-to-come in the ears of tinkerers, slowly driving them mad. The forces of good eventually began to lend aid to their appointed. And, rarely, the dead began to walk the Earth.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })The material for Deadlands: The Weird West is extensive, covering approximately 30 or so full-length sourcebooks. GM's — "Marshals", in game parlance — were widely encouraged to research actual history and folklore to color in the details of their campaign world. Don't think the game's authors were slouches, though. July 3, 1863 was the date of the Battle of Gettysburg in the American Civil War. The interference of these new malevolent forces turned that battle to the favor of the Confederacy (note: in late 2019, they announced a retcon where the CSA has fallen during the battle of Washington DC. Nothing else is known right now.), and perpetuated the war for about 15 years. The setting is filled with historical Shout Outs.Three things really defined the flavor of the original game world, though. First was its historical setting: though there was enough material to run entire campaigns "Back East", most of the game's attention went to the American West. Second was the prevalence of the Masquerade, with both the United States and the Confederate States employing agents to ensure that no word of paranormal activity ever leaked into the public at large. Finally, the Deadlands universe is implicitly and explicitly stated to be Faustian: if you want power from the Hunting Grounds, expect to have to pay a price. It might be as simple as living a pious life or respecting the Nature Spirits. It might be as complex — and angsty — as time-sharing your rotting corpse with a malevolent specter.The flavor of the game is also influenced by its stakes: whether you know it or not, you're playing for the future of the entire world. This is reinforced not merely by the incredibly lethal combat system (which utilizes dice pools, playing cards, poker chips, and even paper clips for the completist), but by the gruesome fate awaiting failure: Deadlands: Hell on Earth.The year is 2097, but the future is not our own...Set thirteen years after "The Reckoning", Hell on Earth posits that the heroes of the Weird West failed. This led to 200 years of ghost rock exploitation, abominations mongering fear, and the eventual invention of the G-Bomb, a nuclear weapon utilizing irradiated ghost rock. During an epic world war between the collected allies of the United States and the Confederate States (which never reunited after the extended Civil War in The Weird West), the Reckoners' plans come to fruition in 2081 as the world is carpeted in G-Rays, heralding the Reckoners' return to Earth.The Reckoners rode east, passing beyond the Mississippi, and, though decimated, the sparsely populated Western U.S. and C.S.A. allows a survivor culture to sprout up, a new beginning in the "Wasted West." Sixguns and horses are replaced by automatics and motorcycles, but the feel remains the same, as various factions arise across the Wasted West to survive in a hostile new land where you keep what you can hold on to and the very earth itself seems to want you dead.A mixture of Mad Max, Wasteland, and Terminator's future-war setting with now-overt supernaturalism, the best of the Wasted West manages to hold on to the rugged Western feel of its predecessor while slathering on every After the End schtick you can imagine, and ramping up the horror and violence to levels more outre than the Masquerade-ridden Weird West. In 2012, Hell on Earth: Reloaded was released.Finally, there's the third Deadlands setting, Lost Colony. Set in a star system "far, far away", where a group of sentient, but primitive, aliens may just hold the key to defeating the Big Bads once and for all. It's meant to provide a suitably expansive backdrop to the series' climactic final confrontation, but was hindered by a lack of support: only two sourcebooks and one novel were written to support the setting, a far cry from the extensive treatment of previous games in the series. Like its big brothers, however, it maintains a very "Western" feel, leading to the tagline used in all three series, "The spaghetti Western... with meat!" A Reloaded edition of Lost Colony was announced, with an original estimated release date of mid or late 2016; a Kickstarter in 2019 has successfully relaunched the setting, with a book released in early 2020.In 2013, an Interquel line set between Deadlands and Hell on Earth was released. Titled Deadlands: Noir, the line follows a timeline from the 1920s through the 1950s, focusing on the early events that led to Hell on Earth.In 2014, the Collectible Card Game was rebooted as Doomtown Reloaded, with cleaned up rules and a new story that begins after the destruction of the old town. Unfortunately in 2016, AEG canceled the game, but a fan community along with Pinnacle did a continuation through Kickstarter, which ran in September 2017. The game has since been supported by multiple expansions.A TV series based on the game was at one point in development, though nothing has been heard of since 2014.A remarkably comprehensive analysis of the differences between Classic and Reloaded can be found here.In late 2019, a Deadlands: Dark Ages has been announced. Nothing is known other than it will play into the backstory of The Cackler. It also carries the primary reason for the retcon of the removal of the CSA in the main continuity.In April 2020, Pinnacle hosted a crowdfunding campaign for a version of Deadlands updated for Savage Worlds: Adventure Edition, which hit its funding goal within the first day of the campaign.
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A Form You Are Comfortable With: An odd variant. Did you know poker isn't even in the original Hoyle's Book of Games? (It didn't exist in 1760.) Most hucksters see the game against the manitou as poker because, well, this is the Wild West and poker is king. This extends even further with a few meta considerations; the rulebooks only really use poker, but mentions that the game can take many forms (being a mental shortcut to begin with). The book on hucksters (magicians) make explicit note of this, saying, in essence, that the game played with the manitous to power a spell can take any form (chess is mentioned by name). The game mechanics only allow poker, however, likely because how well you do matters, and the probabilities matter.
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Railroad Baron
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Railroad Baron: Many of them, and most are evil. Only the owners of the state-sponsored rail companies are decent though Fitzhugh Lee is being duped by a demon. Mina Devlin and Kang are evil, but they're human kind of evil.
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Deal with the Devil
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In Classic, magic consists of challenging an evil spirit to a game; if you win, it will do the "magic", but you might just grab one that's bigger than you expected, or it might trick you into thinking you won...
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Gatling Good
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Gatling Good: Every single vehicle in the Smith & Robard's catalog has multiple gatling gun mounts. Players can also acquire rifle and pistol-size gatling guns, the latter of which are actually standard-issue for the Union's monster-hunting Agency.
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Guns and Gunplay Tropes
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Guns and Gunplay Tropes: All of them, either used by a canon character or written into the rules.
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Big, Screwed-Up Family
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Big, Screwed-Up Family, and also It Runs in the Family: The Whateleys. "How screwed up?", you ask? You have to make a guts check to be able to look at the Whateley family tree gnarled non-euclidean shrub. They are wicked, incestuous, inbred, crazy and extremely powerful sorcerers. You can play a good Whateley, but if you do, the rulebook suggests they be fairly far removed from the main family branch (cousins at the very least). This is a very reasonable suggestion.
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The Wild West
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The Wild West: Oh so very much.
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Practical Currency
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Practical Currency: Although the game itself uses dollar values for convenience, the rulebook mentions that most places operate on a barter system and any spare 'cash' the characters have is usually in the form of easily transportable luxury items. Also, bullets are hard currency pretty much everywhere, due to consistently high demand and low or non-existent production.
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Lord British Postulate: Why Stone has no listed stats in Classic. With the release of Reloaded, he does have stats, but is practically invincible; disabling him long enough to run away is extremely difficult even for a Legendary-rank posse, and he cannot be wounded or killed except through two weaknesses that are essentially impossible to exploit.
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Stealth Pun
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Stealth Pun: The definitive spellbook for the Witches is entitled "Serving Your Fellow Man". Think about it. It's a cookbook!
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Deal with the Devil
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Deal with the Devil: It is actually possible for a player character to become a non-player character if he signs away his soul for power. Any huckster knowingly deals with evil spirits to do "magic". Mad scientists also deal with those same spirits, but not knowingly. Grifters gain power from the Manitou by indulging in sacrificial vices, such as drinking and smoking. The resulting addiction creates a hunger that empowers Famine itself. It's possible to sell a piece of your soul at the crossroads for whatever you desire... if your soul is strong enough to survive the damage.
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Hyperspace Is a Scary Place
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Hyperspace Is a Scary Place: Because it's actually the Hunting Grounds. And the technology needed to travel through it is equally scary. The grand finale adventure for Hell on Earth culminates with the player characters hitching a ride on the totally-not-Event Horizon with the trapped Reckoners in tow. It's not pretty.
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Good Is Not Nice
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Good Is Not Nice: Several factions, such as the Texas Rangers and the Agency in Deadlands. The cake, however goes to the Templars in Hell On Earth.
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I'm a Humanitarian
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I'm a Humanitarian: Cannibalism is a recurring theme. Any cannibal runs the risk of turning into a wendigo, and a tribe of sasquatches kills humans in time of famine just to prevent this from happening. Also the Cult of Los Angeles is built on this.
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Science-Related Memetic Disorder
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Science-Related Memetic Disorder: Mad Scientists, again.
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Earth That Was
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Earth That Was: So far as any humans know. They have no hope of ever getting back to Earth. Even if they wanted to leave Faraway to its native population they can't. So many humans in such a hopeless situation is the driving emotion of the setting.
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Gasoline Lasts Forever: Averted. There are survivor settlements located at the few oil fields not hit during the war. These settlements produce crude oil and refine gasoline and diesel that they export across the Wasted West. This makes them major economic powers, and their convoys are often targets for the warlords and bandits that haunt the highways.
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Anachronism Stew
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Anachronism Stew: The game involves characters and settings that did not co-exist in the actual Old West. For example, the Civil War has lasted until 1877. Both Bill Quantrill and Abraham Lincoln died in 1865, but are still around as undead. The events of the OK Corral occur ahead of schedule. The historical hodgepodge technology is hand-waved as the result of ghost rock advancing the pace of innovation.
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Red Right Hand: The Whateley family is so inbred and magically empowered that they all have a number of tell-tale marks of abnormality: jet black hair, pale skin, a sallow complexion, abnormally long fingernails. All Whateleys have vivid green eyes. Male Whateley PCs always have an unnerving presence, which in Reloaded means that they have a -2 modifier to their Charisma. Female Whateley PCs can choose whether or not their tells are considered unnerving (-2) or exotic (+2).
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Blood Magic
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Blood Magic: Blood magic is a form of dark sorcery. Shamans can also use blood sacrifice to gain favor with the spirits. Whateley hucksters can sacrifice their own blood as a means of gaining more power to cast their spells.
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Life-or-Limb Decision
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Life-or-Limb Decision: "Hogleg" Dunstan, the sheriff of Lost Angels, was handcuffed to the bed inside his own jail cell and the office set on fire around him. He escaped by cutting off his right hand.
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Plot Armor
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And in Reloaded, where Stone is statted, he's got enough speed backed with his Harrowed abilities to guarantee he'll get the first shot in even on high rank characters or dodge anything less than a critical. And then you add in his specific weaknesses (he can only be killed either by the bullets that killed him when he was human or by his own hand) on top of the need to shoot him in the head. Even statted, he has Plot Armor. The other servitors are no better in this regard.
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More Dakka
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More Dakka: It's a combination between this and Gatling Good that serves as the basis for the Mad Science equivalent of automatic weapons. All of them have multiple rotating barrels attached to a single trigger & and body. Gatling Pistols actually look like scaled down chaingun nozzles on pistol grips- and let's not get into the Gatling Rifles and Gatling Shotguns...
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He Who Fights Monsters: Raven.
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Endless Winter: Canada has this problem in Classic, caused by ice manitou demons. The solution is a titanic "Fence" build along the Canadian Pacific railroad. The rulebook does not specify whether this Fence is patrolled by celibate Mounties in black uniforms or not.
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Sky Pirate
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Sky Pirate: Sky pirates are one of the hazards. These particular sky pirates are decent folks. They enjoy a little raiding, but they help the war effort when Throckmorton attacks.
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The Bad Guy Wins
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The Bad Guy Wins: The setting resulted from this due to Time Travel.
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Enemy Within
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Enemy Within: The Harrowed and their manitous.
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Cursed with Awesome: See Back from the Dead, above. In short, becoming a Harrowed means that you receive a "Get out of Boot Hill free" card and super powers... at the cost of being undead and suffering from Demonic Possession that means you can lose control of your body to the malevolent creature inside.
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Sorting Algorithm of Evil
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Sorting Algorithm of Evil: Averted. Word of God explicitly says there are no "levels" to indicate how a monster will fare against your party, specifically because they wanted to avoid this trope.
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After the End
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_334e48a1
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After the End: Ghost-rock enhanced nukes dropped on virtually every major city.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_334e48a1
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1.0
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A Pirate 400 Years Too Late
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comment
A Pirate 400 Years Too Late: Back East: The North has the Vikings of Duluth; a group of Scandanavian descendants who adopt Viking trappings to fight the British Navy on the Great Lakes.
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Surgeons Can Do Autopsies If They Want
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Surgeons Can Do Autopsies If They Want: Specifically addressed in The Agency: Men in Black Dusters. Trained pathologists are few and far between in the Weird West and the Posse might have to rely on whatever the local Frontier Doctor can tell them about cause of death.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_34a4f82a
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Things That Go
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comment
Things That Go "Bump" in the Night: Yup. Not only do they screw with little kids, but they frame children for their crimes and arrange it so that no one believes the children.
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Mad Scientist
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_3517000d
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Mad Scientist: Each setting has its own "techno-mage", but in The Weird West, Mad Scientists are a type of player character!
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1.0
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_3566c15d
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You Are Who You Eat
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_3566c15d
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You Are Who You Eat: Oh yeah.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_3566c15d
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1.0
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Pirate Girl
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Pirate Girl: The leader of the River Rats - a gang of Ruthless Modern Pirates who prey on survivor settlements on the Mississippi - is a woman named Elvira.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_35e3383a
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Fight Like A Card Player
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Fight Like a Card Player: The Classic game is notable for using playing cards (a standard 54-card deck) as a randomizer instead of dice in many mechanics. Reloaded still uses cards for initiative, as does all of Savage Worlds.
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_37690091
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Stable Time Loop
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Stable Time Loop: On July 3, 2063 - the day Darius Hellstromme revealed the Ghost Rock Missile to the world - the manitous stopped inspiring mad scientists, as the G-Bomb was assured to turn the entire world into a Deadland. When some of the smarter mad scientists got together and tried to make them cough up more technology, it was discovered that the manitous had been Giving Radio to the Romans the whole time by stealing inventions from the future. And since they stopped sending them back, there was no more to steal. Deconstructed in that the past two centuries of technological civilization have been an utter waste as a result; it has reached a dead end and no new tech can be invented with ghost rock!
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_37690091
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_39ed1c8a
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Conspiracy Theorist
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Conspiracy Theorist: Several, most noticeably Lacy O'Malley, editor of the Tombstone Epitaph. The sourcebook The Black Circle: Unholy Alliance included a Conspiracy Theorist archetype suitable for use as a player character.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_39ed1c8a
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Blessed with Suck
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Averted in Lost Colony; the Mute class is infused with nanotbots and can fabricate equipment with no downside at all. Except for you know, the fact that the bots are using every bad deed you do to erode your sanity and make you a loyal pawn of the Government and will eventually make you slaughter your friends in their sleep...
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_3c3f28a5
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Doom Magnet
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The spinoff cardgame takes place in the town of Gomorra, and has a sister town of Soddum. Guess how the Reckoners feel about them.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_3c7d0418
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SuperpoweredEvilSide
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Superpowered Evil Side: Hydes. Inverted in certain cases with Harrowed. If the person is Blessed, a Shaman, or a Voodooist, they actually lose their powers when the evil side takes over. Not that Harrowed are lacking in powers of their own...
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_3cb17a19
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Acme Products
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Acme Products: Smith & Robards has everything you need, all the way to customized submarines. And for the cash-strapped, there's always El Cheapo.
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New Old West
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_3dc6aa5b
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New Old West
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Public Domain Character
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Public Domain Character: Dracula, Frankenstein and his monsters, and a few other beasties.
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Wretched Hive
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_40cbee83
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Wretched Hive: Junkyard.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_40cbee83
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_4441d947
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The Storyteller
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_4441d947
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The Storyteller: after defeating a major evil, the characters can use the Persuasion skill to tell people the story of their deeds to try to reduce the level of fear among the local populace. This is important because fear strengthens the monsters and physically transforms the land to their benefit, and the Big Bads' ultimate plan is to spread enough fear to allow them to manifest in the human world. Characters can take an Edge (i.e. ability) called Tale Teller that makes them especially good at this.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_4441d947
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Divided States of America
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Divided States of America: And how. Not only do we have the United States and Confederate States, but also Deseret (former Utah), and the Sioux Nations along with the City of Lost Angels. Deadlands also adds the Coyote Confederation and Disputed Territories before they get annexed by one faction or the other.
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Animate Body Parts
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Animate Body Parts: Animated hands are a form of Critter. Some Harrowed player characters can also do this.
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In-Universe
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In-Universe, this is a... "polite" way to put Raven's opinion of the Old Ones. After all, when they sealed away the Hunting Grounds and stripped the world of magic, they not only left the Native Americans without its powers, they also gave Europeans the incentive to turn to technology, allowing them to become such deadly conquerors when they "discovered" America.
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Bad Vibrations
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Bad Vibrations: They're not called Rattlers because they look much like a rattlesnake. They're called Rattlers because your teeth start rattling when the giant tentacled worm-monster is coming to eat you.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_46f86041
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Magical Native American
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_4755314a
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Magical Native American: Like the Mad Scientist, this is a type of player character (the Shaman Arcane Background).
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_4781adbb
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold
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Except for Blessed powers. You only need to be a really good and religious person in order to get these. Sometimes just a really good person. Sometimes even being really good deep inside qualifies.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_4781adbb
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Sealed Evil in a Can
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Sealed Evil in a Can: The lowest levels of the Hunting Grounds, and ghost rock... the miracle fuel that runs on the souls of the damned!
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Psycho Party Member
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_498ddf27
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Psycho Party Member: Any Harrowed character runs the risk of being taken over by their manitou, during which time they can work evil without knowing it.
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Gold Fever
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Gold Fever: Ghost Rock Fever!
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_4a2059bf
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California Collapse
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California Collapse: California was shattered by an earthquake, causing much of the state to collapse into the ocean. The Pacific flooded into the resultant fissure, creating the Great Maze.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_4a58592a
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Fossil Revival
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Fossil Revival: Walking Fossils
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Personality Powers
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Personality Powers: If a player character has any powers, he is encouraged to pick ones that fit the character's theme.
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Clap Your Hands If You Believe
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Clap Your Hands If You Believe: The Reckoners literally feed on fear, and so the generic purpose of all Abominations is to literally "Terrorform" the land around them by spreading fear and suffering—people can also reverse the process by making people feel hope, joy, and bravery; this means that Paul Bunyan and Pecos Bill are wandering the Weird West doing good deeds!
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Body Horror
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Body Horror: A lot of Abominations qualify. Prairie Ticks are giant ticks that, for some reason, can't penetrate external skin. So they force their way down into a victim's stomach so they can drink blood from the softer wall. If the victim doesn't die of blood loss, they typically will when the tick tears its way out of the victim's guts. Texas Tummy Twisters are parasites that can be picked up by drinking contaminated water. Picture a ghastly lump of gnarly, spiked tentacles and eyes roughly the size of a toddler living in someone's belly—and capable of reaching out through their flesh to attack others—and you've got a Tummy Twister. Braincrawlers are centipede-like creatures that chew an open wound in the base of a victim's skull and the back of their neck so they can crawl inside and take over their body, leaving the victim alive but with a bloody hole that has a writhing creepy-crawly in it at the back of their neck. Cankers are horrific critters with elements of spiders, crabs and octopi, which spontaneously manifest in the stomachs of people suffering depression, worry or stress. They grow bigger and bigger, eating the organs of their host until eventually they suck the eyes out from inside and replace them by extending their own eyestalks up to sit inside the hole. And the host is still alive through all this because the Canker grows appendages to replace the organs it eats. Flesh Jackets are the completely removed skins of human beings (sans the skin from the neck, face and head), which are capable of both slithering around under their own power and slipping onto living people, as their name suggests, to take over their bodies.
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Cast From Hit Points
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Cast from Hit Points: Whateley hucksters can do this. The first edition even had a special form of magic, the Whateley Blood Magic, that lived and breathed this trope. Additionally, Shamans have two rituals in the original book that can be considered this: Scar and Mutilate. Mutilate is pretty much the emergency panic button of generating Favor.
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Damage Typing
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_51add02b
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Damage Typing: Temporary damage from fatigue, blood loss, spellcasting, etc. is called "Wind" in Classic and "Fatigue" in Reloaded and is tracked separately from damage caused by more permanent trauma.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_51add02b
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Hardboiled Detective
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_51dc66f6
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Hardboiled Detective: It wouldn't be Noir without them.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_51dc66f6
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Not Using the
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_525df529
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Not Using the "Z" Word: Walkin' Dead are almost never referred to as zombies, perhaps to distinguish them from the Hollywood Voodoo that goes on in the game. Especially in Noir but also in the other books, "zombies" are definitely of the classical voodoo variety being bound to the will of their reanimator and generally unstoppable (with their few weaknesses being things like facing the sea and having their mouths stuffed with salt and sewn shut).
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Yellow Peril
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_52fbbe7
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Yellow Peril: Warlord Kang
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_52fbbe7
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Great White Hunter
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_53034c21
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Great White Hunter: The Explorer's Society.
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Cybernetics Eat Your Soul
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Cybernetics Eat Your Soul: Steampunk cybernetics reduce the character's spiritual Traits. Averted in Lost Colony; the Mute class is infused with nanotbots and can fabricate equipment with no downside at all. Except for you know, the fact that the bots are using every bad deed you do to erode your sanity and make you a loyal pawn of the Government and will eventually make you slaughter your friends in their sleep...
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The Dragon
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_53f5119f
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The Dragon: Each of the four Big Bads has one. War has Raven, Famine has Grimme, Pestilence has Hellstromme, Death has Stone.
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Weird Historical War
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Weird Historical War: The core book provides some information about how World War I develops (-ed) in this setting.
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Artistic License – History
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Artistic License – History: One of the few ways to guarantee someone can't rise from the dead, even as Harrowed, is fatal brain trauma. Wild Bill and Abaraham Lincoln, both killed by this method in Real Life, still rise as Harrowed in Deadlands canon.
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Critical Failure
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5667d866
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Critical Failure: Carry penalties version. If you were using arcane powers or El Cheapo gear at the time, or had a certain flaw, said penalty was steeper. And they could get pretty steep indeed. Certain unlucky (or shortsighted) players could trigger multiple ones from separate sources, and some things increased the odds of these occurring. Further, carried nitroglycerin explodes automatically on critical agility failures. This game doesn't like you.
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_56e60bef
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Schrödinger's Suggestion Box
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_56e60bef
comment
Schrödinger's Suggestion Box: The entire premise of the Mad Scientists.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_56e60bef
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_57a91010
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Green Rocks
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_57a91010
comment
Green Rocks: Ghost rock, the miracle fuel will one day destroy mankind!
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_57a91010
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_58204b95
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Magic Knight
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_58204b95
comment
Magic Knight: Hexslingers, who enchant their firearms to pull off Gun Fu tricks. They are intended to be the mix of a Huckster and The Gunslinger. Because of how dangerous it is to rely solely on magic in the Classic system, a lot of "mage" type characters will need to learn how to handle themselves with guns, knives, fists or any other sort of weapon to stand a chance of surviving.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_58204b95
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5a1912af
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The Hermit
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5a1912af
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The Hermit: Fire & Brimstone included a Hermit archetype for Blessed characters.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5a1912af
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5abc8612
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Unholy Matrimony
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5abc8612
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Unholy Matrimony: Miles and Mina Devlin. Ruthless railroad barons, dark sorcerers, devoted spouses and loving parents.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5abc8612
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5b9925f7
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Curiosity Killed the Cast
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5b9925f7
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Curiosity Killed the Cast: Oh yeah. If the players were sane, they would just stay home and tend the farm.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5b9925f7
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5d6e6919
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Magicians Are Wizards
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5d6e6919
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Magicians Are Wizards: Hucksters.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5d6e6919
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5e66f8ca
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ProHumanTranshuman
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5e66f8ca
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Pro-Human Transhuman: Doomsayers, wizards who worship the power of the Atom, tend to view the mutation caused by the war as a good thing. Player Doomsayers are the ones who think this means being the next evolution Comes Great Responsibility.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5e66f8ca
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5f8ddb2c
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Corpse Land
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5f8ddb2c
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Corpse Land: A lot of Civil War battlefields along the Mason-Dixon line are like this. Especially Gettysburg.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_5f8ddb2c
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_60414102
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Zombie Apocalypse
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_60414102
comment
Zombie Apocalypse: The adventure Unity, when Raven finally crosses the Mississippi River and invades the west.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_60414102
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_60c96f24
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Portmantitle
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_60c96f24
comment
Portmantitle: The title is also a One-Word Title, being a plural compound word. "Deadlands".
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_60c96f24
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Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_60c96f24
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_60fa92ac
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Names to Run Away From Really Fast
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_60fa92ac
comment
Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Mina Devlin, Ronan Lynch, Hank Ketchum... and let's not forget Stone. All four Servitors have such names. Raven, Grimme, Hellstromme... You see the trend? The spinoff cardgame takes place in the town of Gomorra, and has a sister town of Soddum. Guess how the Reckoners feel about them.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_60fa92ac
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Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_60fa92ac
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_617f0563
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Heel–Face Turn
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_617f0563
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Heel–Face Turn: Hellstromme. Witches have also switched sides.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_617f0563
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Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_617f0563
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_62f9ee25
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Nanomachines
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_62f9ee25
comment
Nanomachines: Transmuters (or 'Mutes as people call them) have cybernetic enhancements that allow them to control tiny robots that allow them to build generally anything they can think of. The Nanites are possessed by manitous and have a habit of... upgrading... their wielders. In Lost Colony Reloaded, it would seem that the network that all of the nano-machines get their orders from has been corrupted from a virus uploaded by EXFOR. Once these individuals could build wonders with their nanobots, now they can only destroy. There is no virus. The creator of the 'bots attached a type of tormented soul called a Sykergeist to the network to bring terror to the world.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_62f9ee25
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6320eced
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Gameplay and Story Segregation
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6320eced
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This extends even further with a few meta considerations; the rulebooks only really use poker, but mentions that the game can take many forms (being a mental shortcut to begin with). The book on hucksters (magicians) make explicit note of this, saying, in essence, that the game played with the manitous to power a spell can take any form (chess is mentioned by name). The game mechanics only allow poker, however, likely because how well you do matters, and the probabilities matter.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6320eced
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6411dac8
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BadassNormal
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6411dac8
comment
Badass Normal: The Rangers, again. Note that virtually any character could potentially become a force to be reckoned with, even if they lacked arcane power.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6411dac8
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Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6411dac8
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_64b46855
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Chinese Laborer
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_64b46855
comment
Chinese Laborer: Make up most of the workforce of the Iron Dragon railroad.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_64b46855
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_64cf3b3f
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Damage Reduction
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_64cf3b3f
comment
Damage Reduction: Interestingly, Classic armor is MUCH more effective against melee attacks than against firearms. This is a realistic rule that most games omit.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_64cf3b3f
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_66285452
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Eyepatch of Power
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_66285452
comment
Eye Patch Of Power: Texas Ranger Hank "One-Eye" Ketchum.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_66285452
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_66285452
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Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_66285452
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_66c29032
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No Such Agency
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_66c29032
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No Such Agency: The Agency, formerly the Pinkertons, represent a Union government agency that dislikes public scrutiny.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_66c29032
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_67b4153c
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Weird Science
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_67b4153c
comment
Weird Science: One of the sets of player skills. This being an explicitly Faustian setting, the knowledge to make the gadgets comes from less than heavenly sources, and every new gadget invented makes the character a little more insane.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_67b4153c
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Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_67b4153c
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_67bf4f8a
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Fearsome Critters of American Folklore
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_67bf4f8a
comment
Fearsome Critters of American Folklore: some of the less wacky critters made it into the list of Abominations in Deadlands Classic and Reloaded.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_67bf4f8a
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Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_67bf4f8a
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6926506
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Revenant Zombie
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6926506
comment
Regarding the undead-spawning subtrope, there are places (usually in areas with high Fear Level) with properties like these. Usually they produce Harrowed with a greater Dominion of the Manitou than usual, but sometimes garden variety zombies.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6926506
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_69a54df1
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Chest Burster
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_69a54df1
comment
Prairie Ticks are giant ticks that, for some reason, can't penetrate external skin. So they force their way down into a victim's stomach so they can drink blood from the softer wall. If the victim doesn't die of blood loss, they typically will when the tick tears its way out of the victim's guts.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_69a54df1
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6b27162d
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The Remake
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6b27162d
comment
The Remake: The original Classic systems were re-adapted for the Savage Worlds system and given an advancement of the metaplot. Deadlands Reloaded takes place ca. 18 months after the end of Classic with the Civil War coming to an end. Hell on Earth Reloaded occurs after the events of The Unity, which kicked off Lost Colony and took the Reckoners with them. Lost Colony Reloaded in the works.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6b27162d
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6b31f75
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Scary Scorpions
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6b31f75
comment
Scary Scorpions: Vinegaroons
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6b31f75
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6c3d1777
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Magic A Is Magic A
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6c3d1777
comment
Magic A Is Magic A: If a character has an "Arcane Background", expect it to be functionally different from everyone else's. Blessed, for instance, are very different from Hucksters, who trick manitous for power. This doesn't stop Classic characters from taking multiple Arcane Backgrounds, though. It's just very expensive. (Reloaded characters aren't permitted to do this).
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6c3d1777
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6ef09297
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Masquerade
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6ef09297
comment
The Masquerade: The Texas Rangers and the Pinkerton Agency both try to enforce it, having realised that fear literally makes the Reckoners stronger. Unfortunately, especially for the Pinkertons, their efforts often end up making people just as scared, or even more so, than the original monsters did.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_6ef09297
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7215c26c
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Man-Eating Plant
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7215c26c
comment
Man-Eating Plant: The Blood Oak is perhaps the most iconic example in the setting. It resembles a giant oak-tree with "whirligig" seeds like a maple, covered in huge spikes. It can't move, but its branches lash out with lightning-fast speed to hack people down. Villainous star of a Ronan Lynch comic in "The Epitaph Volume #1", a writeup for the monster in Deadlands Classic mechanics appeared in the faqs section of the next Epitaph volume.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7215c26c
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_73f7b5a5
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Total Party Kill
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_73f7b5a5
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Total Party Kill: Some of the published adventures explicitly authorize the Marshal to go for a TPK if the players do something really, really, stupid.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_73f7b5a5
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_74828aea
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KillerRabbit
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_74828aea
comment
Killer Rabbit: Jackalopes and Dusters; the former are antlered rabbits who cause bad luck in an effort to get people killed so they can eat their souls, while Dusters look like any small, harmless creature but cause water to evaporate by their very presence and can suck every last drop of water from a person they touch.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_74828aea
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Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_74828aea
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_74e9a5b1
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Scavenger World
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_74e9a5b1
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Scavenger World: To a lesser extent than Hell on Earth.
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_764e0f86
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Chinese Vampire
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_764e0f86
comment
Jiang-shi in the Great Maze sourcebook.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_764e0f86
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_77480c5e
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God Is Good
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_77480c5e
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God Is Good: True, believe it or not in this setting, but only for Weird West. He's actively involved trying to pull our bacon out of the fire. He gets ripshit pissed in Hell on Earth, since humans were the ones who screwed up, and so goes hardcore Lawful Neutral with only a side of Good, trying to enforce harsh justice as the only thing that'll work in the wasteland humanity has created for itself.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_77480c5e
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_77586b1c
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Spirit World
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_77586b1c
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Spirit World: The Hunting Grounds.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_77586b1c
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_796efe19
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Cavalry of the Dead
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_796efe19
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Cavalry of the Dead: The Black Regiment is a rare evil example of this, though technically more an example of Night of the Living Mooks. They are a regiment of Walking Dead created from fallen soldiers, their uniforms stained a blackish color due to being soaked with half-dried gore (hence the name), who mysteriously appear on battlefields to turn the battle in favor of the losing side with their vicious tactics. Of course, they fight for the Union or the Confederates as they see fit, as their purpose is to basically keep the deadly stalemate between the countries going, and they're perfectly happy to turn on their "allies" of a given battle if they get in the way.
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_79a6da05
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Whip It Good
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_79a6da05
comment
Whip It Good: Violet Esperanza, chief enforcer for Mina Devlin's Black River Rails. Violet's whip has become a Relic, capable of doing more damage than most rifles... but only when Violet wants it to.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_79a6da05
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_79cce27b
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Law Enforcement, Inc.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_79cce27b
comment
Law Enforcement, Inc.: Before the formation of 'the Agency', the US government used the Pinkerton Detective Agency to enforce The Masquerade. See also Who You Gonna Call?.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_79cce27b
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_79f9249
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Horrifying the Horror
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_79f9249
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Horrifying the Horror: Stone's manitou is afraid of him rather than the other way around.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_79f9249
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7b454a57
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White Sheep
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7b454a57
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White Sheep: Any PC Whateley.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7b454a57
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7e3b6bb6
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Stages of Monster Grief
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7e3b6bb6
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Stages of Monster Grief: Interestingly, the Book O' The Dead gives guidance on playing your Harrowed through this process.
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7e418474
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Phlebotinum-Induced Steampunk
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7e418474
comment
Phlebotinum-Induced Steampunk: The steampunk mechanisms are fueled by a miracle fuel, ghost rock, which is a supernatural mineral made by the Big Bads from damned souls.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7e418474
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 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7e74d66f
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Politically Correct History
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_7e74d66f
comment
Politically Correct History: In this version of the Old West, the South freed its slaves and the Civil War's drain on manpower allowed females to gain greater social status. The rulebook stipulates that only villains be racist. Justified with regards to slavery. Historically, Major General Patrick Cleburne proposed emancipating slaves in return for enlistment in the Confederate Army, but his plan was not implemented. With the Deadlands Civil War going on for years longer with heavier losses, the plan was enacted to give the South the manpower they desperately needed. Combined with the Industrial Revolution making the slavery economy unfeasible and the British (who had already outlawed slavery historically) making abolition a condition for their support, the South outlawed slavery and societal norms grew to match.
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NiceJobBreakingItHero
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Many characters (PC or otherwise) can easily get involved with things that indirectly speed up the reckoning, everything from maintaining The Masquerade, to being a Grifter, period can help the manitou in small ways, though the good the PCs manage to do will still outweigh this over time. In-Universe, this is a... "polite" way to put Raven's opinion of the Old Ones. After all, when they sealed away the Hunting Grounds and stripped the world of magic, they not only left the Native Americans without its powers, they also gave Europeans the incentive to turn to technology, allowing them to become such deadly conquerors when they "discovered" America.
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Super Soldier
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Super Soldier: Sykers (also appear in Lost Colony and the Noir Companion)
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MegaManning
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Mega Manning: Harrowed can absorb the magical essence of certain monstrous creatures if they're around when they're killed. It's called "Counting Coup" in game. In Hell on Earth, EVERYBODY can do this. Thanks, ghost rock radiation!
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Humanoid Abomination
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Humanoid Abomination: The Whateley family has several of these as inbred cousins. Some of them don't qualify as humanoid, though.
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Psycho Serum
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Psycho Serum: Red Rum, a rare accidental example. A seemingly innocent hooch that turns you into a hulking brute.
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Eldritch Abomination
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Eldritch Abomination: The Reckoners certainly qualify; possibly also their Manitou servants, though to a much lesser degree. Also, the Mojave rattlers, in a more traditional tentacled Lovecraftian beast sense. They also are Old Gods who lost most of their power through lack of believers, at least until they created the Wormlings to worship them.
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Villain with Good Publicity
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Villain with Good Publicity: Almost all of the human villains are this, making them notoriously hard to take down.
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Card Sharp
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Card Sharp: Hucksters unlock the arcane secrets of Hoyle's Book of Games, and use a good deal of gambling-themed spells: 54 Card Pickup and Ace In the Hole just to name a few. Hell, there's one spell that literally lives up to this trope by name. "Card Sharp" basically turns the caster's cards into throwing knives.
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Back from the Dead
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Back from the Dead: One of the signature elements of the setting is the fact that your player characters can return from the grave as undead gunslingers. After a character dies, they may attract an evil spirit. Following a Psychological Torment Zone nightmare, you can Rise from Your Grave and be Cursed with Awesome. It is also completely possible for a character to Come Back Wrong or discover they were Dead All Along. Almost guaranteed to have Unfinished Business.
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The Great Depression
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The Great Depression: The setting of Noir.
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The Magic Comes Back
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The Magic Comes Back: The whole setting revolves around the fact that a ticked-off shaman named Raven, determined to exterminate the White Man, broke the seal that was keeping magic locked away in order to have the power to achieve his plans. This is why the world got weird.
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Our Zombies Are Different
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Our Zombies Are Different: There are two common types of undead. Harrowed are essentially powerful, sentient zombies. The Walkin' Dead are weaker and closer to the traditional zombie tropes, but they are still smarter and faster than John Romero style zombies. And that's just the basics. The two bestiaries (released for Deadlands and HoE respectively) introduce plenty more kinds of walkin' dead.
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United Nations Is a Superpower
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United Nations Is a Superpower: The United Nations Expeditionary Force (EXFOR) was tasked with suppressing the Anouks for the human settlers.
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Fetus Terrible
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Fetus Terrible: Blood Babies.
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Quest Giver
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Quest Giver: The Prospector. He's a strange old man who hangs out in the Dakota territories, and seems to know everything there is to know about the Reckoning. His plan is to amass an army of "good" Harrowed to attack the Reckoners directly.
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Split-Personality Takeover
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Split-Personality Takeover: this will happen to your Harrowed character when the manitou gains total Dominion.
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Femme Fatale
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Femme Fatale: A character archetype.
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Rule Zero
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Rule Zero: Emphasized repeatedly.
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Game System
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Game System: Quite a few of them for the original trilogy: Deadlands: Classic, GURPS, D20, and Savage Worlds (Reloaded). Plus the CCG and the miniatures game. Hell on Earth: Classic, D20, and Savage Worlds (Reloaded). Lost Colony: Dual-statted in Classic and D20, with an upcoming version for Savage Worlds.
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Sinister Minister
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Sinister Minister: Zig-zagged. Grimme has all the hallmarks of this, and the leader of the Church of Lost Angels who instructs his followers to eat each other definitely fits the bill, but the leader of the Church of Lost Angels is not actually Ezekiah Grimme. The current leader of Lost Angels is an Abomination who took the place and form of the real Ezekiah Grimme shortly after the real Grimme was killed and eaten by his hunger-maddened followers in the aftermath of the Great Quake. The real Grimme was a whisky priest of the highest order and a morally weak man, but he did his level (though admittedly rather unimpressive) best to care for his people and was very far from capital-E evil.
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Absurdly High-Stakes Game
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Absurdly High-Stakes Game: Hucksters rely on this - in Reloaded, low mana gain is offset by their ability to bet bits of their soul on poker hands for free mana. Getting a high hand gives you increasing amounts of mana, but losing and not being able to pay for the spell can have any number of unpleasant consequences. In Deadlands Classic poker is part of the spellcasting mechanic, in play as well as in-'verse, and the critical failure table for huckster magic is the harshest seen in a tabletop RPG. In Classic, magic consists of challenging an evil spirit to a game; if you win, it will do the "magic", but you might just grab one that's bigger than you expected, or it might trick you into thinking you won...
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Monster Clown
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Monster Clown: Let's just say that Mardi Gras isn't the most pleasant time to be in New Orleans...
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Undead Barefooter
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Undead Barefooter: The Black Regiment features as an enforced version of this trope. It is comprised of soldiers from both sides of the Civil War who have been slain in combat and reanimated by The Reckoners, their coats stained black from the blood and gore of the battlefield. They appear only when a battle is in progress and only when one side is losing. They will aid that side, not out of any concern or sympathy for them but purely to prolong the suffering and increase the number of casualties on both sides. Traditionally the comrades of a fallen soldier would take his boots after a battle, which is why every member of the Black Regiment is barefoot. The only way to prevent a dead soldier from reanimating and joining them is to leave him wearing his boots.
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Evil Colonialist
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Evil Colonialist: Humanity is for all intents and purposes doing the same thing that happened to the Indians, only to an entire alien planet.
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Headless Horseman
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Headless Horseman
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Killer Robot
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Killer Robot: Automatons. Designed by Hellstromme during the Great Rail wars, they've been the guards and shock troopers of his company ever since.
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Haunted Technology
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Haunted Technology: You bet. Mad gadgets are easily infested by "gremlins" that deliberately cause malfunctions. With the rise of technology in Noir, everything is even more haunted. Radios whisper cryptic messages, Telephone conversations tend to drop or change key words, automobiles lock you in and try to asphyxiate you with carbon dioxide... Isn't progress wonderful?
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Canadian Western
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Canadian Western: The Great Weird North expands the original setting into Canada.
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Reactionless Drive
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Reactionless Drive: Space travel is accomplished with an engine that not only allows close to warp speed travel but also reduces the mass of travelers and their craft so as to not cause any physics issues. The engine is magical in nature, and if it goes wrong (and sometimes even if it doesn't) you run into a situation similar to Event Horizon
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Soul-Cutting Blade
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Soul-Cutting Blade: Junkers can create Spirit Weapons, which target the soul directly. Notably, you can build this function into any weapon, so a sufficiently well-supplied Junker can create anti-soul missiles!
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Wendigo
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Wendigo: Most wendigos are created when a human eats the flesh of another human in the appropriate parts of the country; it can happen to Player Character types, and according to Word of God, it can even happen if the character doesn't know what they're eating. Not that a sadistic Marshal would ever trick a Player Character like that... There's also a variant wendigo that is created not by cannibalism, but by food hoarding. If a hoarder causes others to starve to death because of his greed and selfishness, he runs the risk of being wendigofied.
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Van Helsing Hate Crimes
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Van Helsing Hate Crimes: Shoot it or recruit it. The above is one of the official stances of the Agency, at least in-house, though they're much more inclined to shoot it if there's any doubt. The Texas Rangers were marginally likelier to work with someone instead of killing them.
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Giant Spider
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Giant Spider: Yep. There are fifty-foot giant spiders, but the man-sized ones that hide under the ground and pull you into their burrows are actually scarier.
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Space Western
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Space Western: The whole setting.
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Eldritch Location
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Eldritch Location: The Hunting Grounds, and Lord Grimley's Manor. If the Fear Level rises too high in an area, anywhere turns into this.
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Black Box
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Black Box: Mad Science in Deadlands and Junkers in Hell on Earth.
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Hand Cannon
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Hand Cannon: While the Agency (see below) issues their men Gatling pistols, the Texas Rangers prefer to go with scaled-up LeMat revolvers loaded with magnum rounds.
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Occult Detective
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Occult Detective: Extremely common, even if the Detective wasn't occult to begin with...
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U.S. Marshal
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U.S. Marshal
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Our Vampires Are Different
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Our Vampires Are Different: The game includes multiple types of vampires to allow players to include whichever kind they prefer. These include everything from feral Nosferatu-style vampires to modern Anne Rice - style vampires. A more precise listing would include: Jiang-shi in the Great Maze sourcebook. Nosferatunote an entire species of feral vampires that Looks Like Orlok in both their own adventure ("Dime Novel #3: ight Train") and in the 2nd Rascals, Varmints & Critters sourcebook. Penanggalennote A Southeast Asian vampire in the form of a woman whose head and guts detach at night to search for blood, Ustrelnote a child vampire born from a child who died of neglect, which prefers to feed on animals, Wampyrnote zombie-like plague-carriers and Cinematic Vampiresnote the "Gothic" vampire popularized by film and novel, complete with Dracula himself, in the 2nd Rascals, Varmints & Critters sourcebook. Nachtzehernote a fangless, ghoul-like vampire that chews on corpses to extract blood and which is marked by its heavily gnawed extremities, a result of its initial hunger upon rising, Shtriganote a female witch who feed on blood to fuel her magic and preserve her youth, characterized by her tendency of gorging herself until her belly bloats up like a pregnant woman's and she messily vomits up what she can't fit near the site of her kill , and Upirnote powerful vampires who prefer to strangle their prey before feeding from their tongue, in The Epitaph Volume #3.
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Meat Moss
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Meat Moss: The Canyon O' Doom supplement includes a form of moss with writhing tentacles that dig into your feet.
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Supporting Leader
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Supporting Leader: Abraham Lincoln, Robert E. Lee, Alan Pinkerton, and Ulysses S. Grant are all important figures that command the forces of good and dole out missions to the player characters.
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Room 101
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Room 101: Lost Angels' offshore prison, where prisoners are chopped up and shipped to the city as meat product.
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Orifice Invasion
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Orifice Invasion: Multiple Critters invade human bodies this way.
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Toxic Phlebotinum
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Toxic Phlebotinum: Ghost rock.
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Hanging Judge
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Hanging Judge: Both the normal kind, and the "implacable monster of doom that repeats your every sin as it hunts you down" kind.
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Alternate History
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Alternate History: Part of the basic premise.
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And I Must Scream
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And I Must Scream: One book points out that any Harrowed who gets his head cut off will experience a new kind of personal hell, as their head will continue to be conscious and immobile for the foreseeable future. Unless someone is kind enough to sew their head back on and feed them some meat to make it reattach.
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Unholy Nuke
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Unholy Nuke: Actual demonic Magitek nukes that destroy the world.
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Mordor
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Mordor: In HoE, the Eastern Seaboard. In Lost Colony, the continent of Two. And any little piece of land in any of the three settings can become Mordor if the Fear Level hits 6. The City of Lost Angels probably qualifies in Deadlands. In HoE, many recognizable cities or areas are essentially a large track of Mordor. The majority of the Californian coast can be easily mistaken for hell.
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Mega-Corp
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Mega-Corp: Hellstromme Industries. The Manitou are actually actively trying to create these in Noir, focusing mad inspiration on large organizations while leaving the new Patent Scientists with only a single Muse each.
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LuckManipulationMechanic
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Luck Manipulation Mechanic: The players receive chips that can serve a variety of effects.
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Ruthless Modern Pirates
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Ruthless Modern Pirates: The River Rats are band of ruthless river pirates who prey on survivor settlements on the western banks of the Mississippi.
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YouAllMeetInAnInn
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You All Meet in a Saloon
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Removing the Head or Destroying the Brain
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Destroying The Brain: The only way to permanently kill a Harrowed. Or, indeed, almost any kind of Undead in the setting. Gloms are a particular nuisance because that vital brain can be hidden under a lot of other dead flesh. Bone Fiends are worse; a possessed skull is the focus for the demon creating it, but that doesn't even have to be on its body. Vampires' weakness is the heart, and some "liches" can hide their focus somewhere else.
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Innocent Aliens
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Innocent Aliens: The Anouks really don't want to deal with Humans, not to mention the fact that they brought all of the woes of the Reckoners with them. There is an entire group of the Anouks called Skinnies. They are especially hateful of the humans and will kill anyone they can. These Anouks are actually from an evil version of the planet itself. Their home destroyed long ago.
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Attack of the Killer Whatever
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Attack of the Killer Whatever: Piranhas, sharks, big mosquitoes, beetles, swarms of tarantulas, man-sized tarantulas, giant tarantulas, carnivorous horses, giant ticks, bigfoot, and giant octopi that wear battleship hulls as armor. An abbreviated list.
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Invaded States of America
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Invaded States of America: In 1877, the British invade from Canada and capture Detroit in retaliation for American military adventurism along the Canadian border.
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One Stat to Rule Them All
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One Stat to Rule Them All: A Classic character skilled with firearms, using a six-shooter, can get more attacks per turn than a player using a mounted gatling gun. Word of God states that this was done specifically to avoid players pushing a gatling gun everywhere they go. Of course, it also means that without a high firearms skill your character is probably sunk.
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HollywoodCyborg
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Hollywood Cyborg: Cybernetic limbs are available in all settings, but cyborgs are only a class in Hell On Earth. The kicker here is that all cyborgs in HoE are based on Harrowed, since they don't really need their organs (except the brain) which makes stuffing them full of metal parts far easier, and there's room for much more. As an added bonus, cyborgs can run their implants on spiritual energy from their manitou, and don't need external power sources.
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Big Boo's Haunt
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Big Boo's Haunt: The Eastern Seaboard.
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Anti-Hero
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Anti Heroes: More than a few player characters, and one or two NPCs.
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Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy
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Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: One hindrance that a martial artist character can have is "My Kung Fu Is Superior!". Depending on its point value, it becomes difficult, if not impossible, for the character in question to decline a challenge from another martial artist (which can often be issued at the least convenient of times).
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_bfaff026
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Path of Inspiration
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Path of Inspiration: Several, the largest being Reverend Grimme's "Church of Lost Angels".
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Metaplot
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Metaplot: Oh good Lord. The Metaplot is extensive and revealed in published adventures such as Fortress O' Fear and Dead Presidents. Later versions of the game publish summaries on the assumption that these stories played out exactly as planned. Deadlands, Hell On Earth and Lost Colony form a lengthy and related trilogy. This is part of the reason all of the major villains have Plot Armor.
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Who Names Their Kid
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Who Names Their Kid "Dude"?: The narrator of the core book is a woman named Debbi Dallas. She explains that "Dad was a marine and liked the classics".
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America Saves the Day
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America Saves the Day: It is implied that strangeness is breaking out all over the world, but the forces of darkness and all the major events are concentrated on the North American continent.
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Supernatural Martial Arts
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Supernatural Martial Arts: Special training that can allow a character to become an Enlightened Martial Artist, which basically lets you tap into your chi to power various techniques, allowing you to pull off Wuxia style manuevers and even Ki Manipulation.
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_c58de9b
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The Butcher
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The Butcher: A Serial Killer of the same title is one of the more infamous characters in-verse. The truth is that "The Butcher" is actually any person who has been overwhelmed by the curse placed on a certain enchanted knife.
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Mouth Stitched Shut
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Especially in Noir but also in the other books, "zombies" are definitely of the classical voodoo variety being bound to the will of their reanimator and generally unstoppable (with their few weaknesses being things like facing the sea and having their mouths stuffed with salt and sewn shut).
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Unholy Ground
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Unholy Ground: There is a whole mechanic for this, called Fear Levels. Ground becomes unhallowed if local Manitou (demons) become strong, and Manitou feed of human fear. So scare the populace, and their fears become real. Regarding the undead-spawning subtrope, there are places (usually in areas with high Fear Level) with properties like these. Usually they produce Harrowed with a greater Dominion of the Manitou than usual, but sometimes garden variety zombies.
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Badass Longcoat
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Badass Longcoat: A popular Western Trope; the Texas Rangers even issue dusters to their new recruits, apparently just to keep up appearances. In Hell on Earth, longcoats are pretty much standard equipment and in abundant supply. The Rangers' Union equivalent, the Agency, are even called the The Men in Black Dusters.
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Religion Is Magic
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Religion Is Magic: The Blessed, the Shamans and the Conjure Doctors are all examples of this. The Blessed are more Abrahamic-themed (specifically Christians), Shamans are Native American shamanism (obviously), and Conjure Doctors are Voodoo. Hell on Earth Templars are a surprisingly non-descript religion.
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One-Word Title
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One-Word Title: The title is also a Portmantitle, being a plural compound word. "Deadlands".
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The GM Is a Cheating Bastard
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The Gm Is A Cheating Bastard: In fact, the Marshal sections often explicitly state that certain antagonist powers (like Black Magic) are not balanced in any way. Since the game is supposed to be one of gritty horror and close-shave survivalism, this can be forgiven. Also explicitly invoked with Harrowed. The Manitou animating a Harrowed will always have a higher Spirit than the Harrowed itself. One of the books flat-out states that Stone is, for a lack of a better word, invulnerable.
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Possession Burnout
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Possession Burnout: Inverted, the cyborgs are actually reanimated corpses that consume the soul of the possessing demon.
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Bullet Catch
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Bullet Catch: Some enlightened martial artists can do this.
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Hope Bringer
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Hope Bringer: The player's ultimate goal and responsibility. The fate of the world hinges on the player's ability to spread hope and inspiration.
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Motorcycle Jousting
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Motorcycle Jousting: The Omega Knights are a group based in Junkyard. They ride motorcycles and battle other biker gangs with lances.
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Hollywood Voodoo
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Hollywood Voodoo: Unlike in Deadlands, Voodoo is now the most common form of "good" magic around, supplanting Blessed and Shaman. As long as you're willing to spend an hour each day at a shrine, the loa are genuinely good guys.
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UnusualEuphemism
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Unusual Euphemism: The Texas Rangers' supernaturally empowered auxiliaries are officially listed as "musicians". The Rangers figured they needed something to put under "MOS", and "musician" was as decent a cover as any for why weird, distinctly un-military people were getting paid by the Rangers to go off in ones and twos to strange places. It's also a convenient code phrase; no-one outside the regiment will understand why a Ranger on the Mexican border will ask about "getting the band down here".
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Special Snowflake Syndrome
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Special Snowflake Syndrome: There are a handful of these that can really screw up the game. Many sourcebooks have new Arcane Backgrounds, like Voodoo, Blood Magic, Aztec religious shamanism, etc. On top of this, any character can become Harrowed. Then you also have the rules for playing Werewolves and Vampires, although the sourcebook repeatedly emphasizes what a very bad idea this is.
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Weird Currency
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Weird Currency: Any "cash" is in fact small tradeable items of no particular use to the PC. There are places with more regular currencies (Junkyard prints paper money, backed by scavenged pre-war artifacts) but barter is far more common. Bullets are the closest thing to a universal currency due to limited supply, low production and high demand.
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The Magic Goes Away: The game's most fundamental metaplot is that the world used to have magic, but a band of well-meaning American shamans called the Old Ones chose to enter the Hunting Grounds and seal them away, removing magic from the world, around the time of the Middle Ages.
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Cattle Punk: Wild West setting with Steampunk (or Cyber Punk, for HoE) technology.
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Tangled Family Tree: The Whateleys, again. This particular family tree is so twisted that examining it can drive you crazy.
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Updated Re-release: Classic had the "Revised and Expanded" edition and Reloaded had the second printing, both of which revised a number of rules and split the single book into Player's and Marshal's books.
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Evil Tainted the Place: Deadlands offers a metaphysical mechanism of this trope working. In this universe, an evil place is feared by people, and things feared by people become evil because of Clap Your Hands If You Believe. So, any villain who lives in a town or house long enough to give it a frightening reputation, automatically stains his real estate and makes it evil-infested.
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Keeper of Forbidden Knowledge: Averted. The books explicitly state that even the more powerful Abominations don't really know who the Reckoners are or what they do. People often make Faustian bargains with manitous and spirits for mystical power, but even these spirits are not familiar with the greater scheme of things.
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Scary Scarecrows: That grow new ones after they kill folk!
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GMPC
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GMPC: Some of the publish adventures include NPCs who are intended to act as additional party members.
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Mechanical Horse
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Mechanical Horse: In the Weird West, the Smith & Robards company sells mechanical pack mules.
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The Board Game
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The Board Game: Deadlands: Battle for Slaughter Gulch. Also The Card Game: Deadlands: Doomtown (and its remake, Deadlands: Doomtown Reloaded)
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Death Dealer
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Death Dealer: The Huckster Arcane Background uses this often. Can range from throwing one card with a magical razor's edge (card sharp), to throwing them in front of projectiles to stop ranged attacks (ace in the hole).
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Powered by a Forsaken Child
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Powered by a Forsaken Child: All Arcane (non-Badass Normal) powers work this way. The soul involved is almost always inevitably your own (though sometimes you end up taking some other souls down with you). Except for Blessed powers. You only need to be a really good and religious person in order to get these. Sometimes just a really good person. Sometimes even being really good deep inside qualifies. Shamanistic and Voodoo powers don't involve any great risk to your soul either: you're making deals for power with the "good" spirits of the hunting grounds. They don't ask for your soul, just that you jump through a bunch of hoops to make them happy. For Conjure Doctors, these hoops are usually just extended rituals to imbue something with spiritual power (mixed with a good bit of faith in the spirits you're invoking—Voodoo is a religion after all). For shaman, the hoop can take the form of anything from extended dancing, to painting complex pictures, to lopping off your own arm. Both of them have the chance for an evil spirit to get into the mix and muddle things up, but that just makes the effect go awry, you're still not at risk of losing your soul. The new Arcane Backgrounds in Noir seem to avert this, at least compared to Hucksters and Mad Scientists. Grifters only need to indulge in a vice in order to gain power, and Patent Scientists only have a single derangement compared to the insanity of Mad Scientists. Of course, this isn't true. A Grifter's addiction, no matter how innocent, will only serve to empower Famine. Patent Scientists are more sane, but only because they have less Manitou haunting their dreams. The manitou are much more interested in the new corporations than a single madman building flamethrowers in his basement.
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Klatchian Coffee: The Classic Huckster spell "Coffin Varnish" will turn any drinkable liquid into this, essentially becoming a minor healing potion. As a side-effect, it makes whatever the spell was cast on taste horrible.
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The Vamp
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The Vamp: Mina Devlin.
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You Get What You Pay For
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You Get What You Pay For: Reloaded has rules for inferior "el cheapo" gear.
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Beethoven Was an Alien Spy
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Beethoven Was an Alien Spy: More like Honest Abe becomes a zombie spirit private eye. Doc Holliday's dueling skills come at least partially from the fact that he's the premiere hexslinger of the setting, and Jefferson Davis was replaced by a doppelganger after the Reckoners awoke. And that's just a sampling of the list.
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Face–Heel Revolving Door: Nicodemus Whateley is an Expy of Wilbur Whateley, but after the first Doomtown story arc begins leading the Gamorra Whateleys in a less overtly antagonistic fashion, with faint references to having come round to the side of good. Also, he killed the reincarnation of Knicknevin . By the time of Doomtown Reloaded, however, he's mayor and full on evil again.
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One Steve Limit: Every character has a unique first name, likely to avoid confusion when having two similarly-named cards.
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Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong
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Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong: Prairie Ticks.
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Dangerous Deserter
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Dangerous Deserter: South o' the Border notes that deserters from the French Foreign Legion are considered especially dangerous, as the Legion does not tolerate desertion and will actively hunt them down and drag them back for a trial and execution. As a result, they know they are under a death sentence and have nothing to lose.
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The Secret of Long Pork Pies
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The Secret of Long Pork Pies: Grimme's church.
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Autocannibalism
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Nachtzehernote a fangless, ghoul-like vampire that chews on corpses to extract blood and which is marked by its heavily gnawed extremities, a result of its initial hunger upon rising, Shtriganote a female witch who feed on blood to fuel her magic and preserve her youth, characterized by her tendency of gorging herself until her belly bloats up like a pregnant woman's and she messily vomits up what she can't fit near the site of her kill , and Upirnote powerful vampires who prefer to strangle their prey before feeding from their tongue, in The Epitaph Volume #3.
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Hover Bike: Hoverbikes are available in the Wasted West, although they are rare and expensive to operate. The most famous rider of one is Cole Ballard; Junkyard's resident badass Law Dog. He (and the bike) appear on the front cover of Deadlands: Hell on Earth.
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Railroading
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Railroading: The published adventures encourage a certain amount of railroading, because the authors want the game to be on track with the planned Metaplot.
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Addiction-Powered
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Addiction-Powered: Grifters. They can even overindulge to boost their power.
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Anthropomorphic Personifications: Those taken from folklore, most notably the Big Bads, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
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Bad to the Last Drop
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Bad to the Last Drop: One Classic spell called "Coffin Varnish" summons coffee bad enough to earn the name.
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The Remnant
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The Remnant: The San Patrico Battalion from South o' the Border.
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Rules Conversions
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Rules Conversions: Deadlands, Deadlands D20, GURPS, and Savage Worlds. That's four game systems.
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Weird West
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Weird West
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Player Character
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Most wendigos are created when a human eats the flesh of another human in the appropriate parts of the country; it can happen to Player Character types, and according to Word of God, it can even happen if the character doesn't know what they're eating. Not that a sadistic Marshal would ever trick a Player Character like that...
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Crisis of Faith
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Crisis of Faith: By 1935, the combined ravages of the Great War, the Flu Pandemic, and the Great Depression have caused the vast majority of people to lose faith. As a result, Blessed are almost completely absent.
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My Kung-Fu Is Stronger Than Yours
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My Kung-Fu Is Stronger Than Yours: An actual Hindrance for martial artists, which, depending on level, makes it difficult, very difficult or impossible to turn down a challenge from another martial artist.
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Evil-Detecting Dog
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Evil-Detecting Dog: During the war, dogs were used to identify infiltrator cyborgs.
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Hunter Trapper
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Hunter Trapper: A couple of hunter/trapper archetypes appear in The Great Weird North.
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Everything Trying to Kill You
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Everything Trying to Kill You: Words can't do justice to how true this is... To put it in perspective, demons can create swarms of mind-controlled animals aptly named "Murderous Hordes", one of the enemies in the corebook is a spiky, blood-sucking tumbleweed called the Tumblebleed, it has a cousin called Bloodwire (which pretends to be part of a barbed wire fence to grab its prey), and there's a very literal Saddle Burr, in the form of a spiky plant that can pierce just about anything and injects a very powerful irritating venom—it can't actually kill you, but it really leaves you sore.
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hasFeature
Bling-Bling-BANG! / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Blood Magic / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Body of Bodies / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bread, Eggs, Breaded Eggs / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Breakthrough Hit / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
California Collapse / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Came Back Wrong / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Canadian Western / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Card Sharp / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cards of Power / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cast From Hit Points / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Catch and Return / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cattle Punk / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chest Burster / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chinese Laborer / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chinese Launderer / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chinese Vampire / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chrome Dome Psi / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chunky Salsa Rule / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chupacabra / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
City Slicker / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Clap Your Hands If You Believe / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Clock Punk / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Collectible Card Game / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Conspiracy Theorist / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Corporate Warfare / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Corpse Land / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Couldn't Find a Pen / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cowboy / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Critical Failure / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cybernetics Eat Your Soul / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cyborg / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dangerous Deserter / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Days of Future Past / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dead All Along / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dead Man Writing / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Deader Than Dead / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death Dealer / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death Glare / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death World / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Decapitation Required / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Desert Punk / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Doom Magnet / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dungeon Bypass / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Empathic Healer / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Empathy Doll Shot / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Endless Winter / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Enemy to All Living Things / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Enemy Within / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Energy Ball / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil-Detecting Dog / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Tainted the Place / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Exactly What I Aimed At / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Excalibur in the Rust / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Explosive Leash / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Explosive Results / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Eyepatch of Power / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Famously Mundane, Fictionally Magical / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Noir / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Nuke / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Slurs / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantasy Americana / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantasy Kitchen Sink / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Faustian Rebellion / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fearsome Critters of American Folklore / int_bf9d0e3f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Feel No Pain / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fetus Terrible / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Filk Song / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Food Pills / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
For the Evulz / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Forty-Niner / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fossil Revival / int_1092023f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Friend to Bugs / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Future Slang / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gadgeteer Genius / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gallows Humor / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Garden of Evil / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gaslamp Fantasy / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gasoline Lasts Forever / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gatling Good / int_1092023f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ghost City / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ghost Train / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ghostapo / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
God Is Good / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gods Need Prayer Badly / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gold Fever / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Great White Hunter / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Green Rocks / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Grievous Bottley Harm / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Guns Akimbo / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hair-Raising Hare / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hair-Trigger Explosive / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hanging Judge / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hard Head / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Haunted Technology / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Headless Horseman / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Healing Hands / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hell on Earth / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hero Killer / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hideous Hangover Cure / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hollywood Voodoo / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Holy Hand Grenade / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Homemade Inventions / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hope Bringer / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Horrifying the Horror / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Horror Hunger / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Horsemen of the Apocalypse / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hover Bike / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hunter Trapper / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hyperspace Is a Scary Place / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
I Don't Like the Sound of That Place / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
I Love Nuclear Power / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Immortal Assassin / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Immune to Bullets / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Implacable Man / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Improbable Aiming Skills / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Inhuman Human / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Injun Country / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Intangibility / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Invaded States of America / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Involuntary Suicide Mechanism / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Karma Meter / int_d4d8ce5f
 KennethHite
seeAlso
Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Kill One, Others Get Stronger / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Klatchian Coffee / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Kung-Foley / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Kung-Fu Wizard / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Late-Arrival Spoiler / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Law Enforcement, Inc. / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Life-or-Limb Decision / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Looks Like Orlok / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Lord British Postulate / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Losing Your Head / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Lost Colony / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magic Dance / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magic Knight / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magic-Powered Pseudoscience / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magical Native American / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Make Sure He's Dead / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Man-Eating Plant / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Masquerade / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Masquerade Paradox / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mechanical Horse / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mêlée à Trois / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Metaphysical Fuel / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Metaplot / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mistaken for Pregnant / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Monster from Beyond the Veil / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mordor / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
My Kung-Fu Is Stronger Than Yours / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Nature Spirit / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Nerves of Steel / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Never Was This Universe / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Noble Savage / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
One-Man Industrial Revolution / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
One Riot, One Ranger / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Werewolves Are Different / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Zombies Are Different / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Path of Inspiration / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Patron Saint / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Personality Powers / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Philosopher's Stone / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Phlebotinum-Induced Steampunk / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Picky People Eater / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Pinkerton Detective / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Pirate Girl / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Pistol-Whipping / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Placebotinum Effect / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Plaguemaster / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Politically Correct History / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Pony Express Rider / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Possession Burnout / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Post-Modern Magik / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Powered Armor / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Practical Currency / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Preacher Man / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Projectile Spell / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Prospector / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Quick Draw / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Railroad Baron / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Rain Dance / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ranger / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Red Right Hand / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Replicant Snatching / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Revenant Zombie / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Rules Conversions / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ruthless Modern Pirates / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Samurai Cowboy / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sand Worm / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Scary Scarecrows / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Scary Scorpions / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Scary Skeletons Formerly Skeletal Horror / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Scavenged Punk / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Scavenger World / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Science-Related Memetic Disorder / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Scully Syndrome / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sealed Evil in a Can / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sealed Evil in a Teddy Bear / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Shotgun Wedding / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Showdown at High Noon / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sinister Minister / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sky Pirate / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Slowly Slipping Into Evil / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Soul-Cutting Blade / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Space Western / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Spam Attack / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Spectator Casualty / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Spell Book / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Split-Personality Takeover / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Steampunk Gadgeteers / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Strawman Has a Point / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Subsystem Damage / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Summon Bigger Fish / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Summon Magic / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Surgeons Can Do Autopsies If They Want / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Surreal Horror / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Takes One to Kill One / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tall Tale / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tangled Family Tree / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Technopath / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Butcher / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Gambler / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Gunslinger / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Heartless / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Hermit / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Jinx / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Legions of Hell / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Magic Comes Back / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Neidermeyer / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Nondescript / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Notable Numeral / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Oath-Breaker / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Pen Is Mightier / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Remnant / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Secret of Long Pork Pies / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Spark of Genius / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Storyteller / int_1092023f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Vamp / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Wild West / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Things That Go / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Throw the Book at Them / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Throwing Your Sword Always Works / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Toasted Buns / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tome of Eldritch Lore / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Too Spicy for Yog-Sothoth / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Touch of Death / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Toxic Phlebotinum / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Trash Talk / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
U.S. Marshal / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Undead Barefooter / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Undead Laborers / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Unfriendly Fire / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Unholy Ground / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Unholy Matrimony / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Unholy Nuke / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Unobtainium / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Van Helsing Hate Crimes / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Voodoo Shark / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Walking Disaster Area / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Walking Techfix / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Walking Wasteland / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weaksauce Weakness / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weaponized Headgear / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weird Currency / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weird Historical War / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weird Science / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weird West / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Wetware CPU / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
When Trees Attack / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Who Names Their Kid / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Who You Gonna Call? / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Wizards Live Longer / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
World Tree / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Wormsign / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Wound That Will Not Heal / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Wrestler in All of Us / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Yellow Peril / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
You All Meet in a Cell / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
You Can't Thwart Stage One / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
You Fight Like a Cow / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
You Get What You Pay For / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Your Head A-Splode / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Zombie Apocalypse / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Zombie Gait / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands
sameAs
Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
 Malifaux (Tabletop Game)
seeAlso
Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
 Deadlands
seeAlso
Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
 Deadlands
sameAs
Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fight Like a Card Player / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Luck Manipulation Mechanic / int_d4d8ce5f
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Those Magnificent Flying Machines / int_d4d8ce5f
 deadlands
sameAs
Deadlands (Tabletop Game)