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Made in us
Fresh-Faced New User




I wanted to take a second to publicly thank the gent who ran the demos of Blackwater Gulch at Origins 2015.

I believe it was Jim, but if I have the wrong name I apologize.

Great terrain, nice figures, really good and fun attitude for the guy in charge of teaching the game.

I am the GM liaison for a small RPG company, and I deal with GM's and demo teams every year at Gen Con. I know a good demo man/woman is one of the best ways to help reach and widen the audience for a game. This guy was doing it right, and really doing an amazing job representing the game. It was good enough to get me to just purchase six bands, several hired guns, and a core rule book. I'd imagine Foreground miniatures should be sending you guys a thank you as well in the near future. I'll keep my eyes open for any updates about the kickstarter.

Thanks for what was by far the best game that I played in (and I did play in more than one) at Origins 2015.
   
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The Last Chancer Who Survived





Norristown, PA

Glad you enjoyed the game I wish I could have been there. Jim (Porkuslime here) does great demos though so I'm not surprised that you had fun

I'm also going to have to miss GenCon this year, it's tough for me to get away to cons when they're so far away. I'm going to try and do Adepticon next year though

   
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Krazed Killa Kan






Columbus, Oh

Aw shucks.. thanks a lot for the kind words.

The club was amazed at the turnout we had, and have tentatively scheduled 3 slots a day next year, instead of 2.

I will pass along to 4Ground the kind words on the Livery Stable

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Fresh-Faced New User




I'll look forward to playing in a few of those.

By then I'll have a few of my own gangs that I can bring.

Thanks for introducing me to my latest game craze.
   
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Airborne Infiltrating Tomcat




Central Ohio

I second everything said above; the livery stable was mind-blowingly well designed/built. The demos were about as flawless as one could expect.

Perhaps most amazing of all, is where El Jefe's arm ended up and the miraculous good fortune Porkuslime had in finding it when it was totally against all odds.

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Sir Boyle Roche 
   
 
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