Does Feng Shui 2 have stats for old west weapons?Weird West for sure.
IIRC, there was a western supplement for Castle Falkenstein.
Feng Shui has a juncture in the 1800's. It's quite easy to do a supernatural wild west game with it (I did a solo WW game years ago)
Since westerns was also a pulp genre, Two Fisted Tales has material for playing cowboys. With other rules in the book, doing a supernatural western would be fairly easy
Well since the past juncture is set in the 1850's, they have stats for a Black Powder pistol and musket. Having said that, all you really need to do is reskin some of the modern weapons (and maybe adjust reload times on them) to handle weapons post civil war. Being a game that emulates cinematic action, the weapon stats are pretty simplistic (and thus easy to adapt for other genres as needed)Does Feng Shui 2 have stats for old west weapons?
For goodness sakes, Chaosium, get on the ball!Chaosium will, presumably, some day, publish the three-volume old west CoC series I wrote/compiled for them awhile back, a sourcebook and two adventure collections. Sourcebook and series title was still Down Darker Trails, last I knew. As for when? Quien sabe?
Been playing this one and I'll definitely second it; Deadlands was a comparison I used to begin explaining it to a friend. It's not exclusively the American West but it definitely has a lot of that feel going on, with no shortage of reanimated folk in dusters wielding six-shooters. Also merges the fantastic steam-technology aesthetic with the grit of coal miners and railroad laborers in debt to the company store.