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(TFT) Re: TFT Digest V3 #890
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<Yeah, it was the scenario with the Cartwright boys that kind of turnedme off on these. I do remember liking the stampede rules though.>
That was typical for Gamelord's though. Look at their Thieve's Guild or Free City of Haven stuff and you will see a lot of literary use of popular culture. An example would be Kameron Swayze, who is a watch maker. Remember the Timex commercials???
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