After the Bomb RPG: Road Hogs
Adventures in the post-holocaust world of mutant animals continue as we travel
to the west coast, where the highways and the byways have become the domain
of mutated, animal bikers and savage gangs. Players will likely be aligned with
the peaceful New Americorp, fighting off the evil forces of the Road Hogs Gang,
Human Supremacists, or the Enslavers.
New rules are provided for vehicular combat in a world where those with the
fastest cars, biggest guns, and coolest heads get the right of way. Building up
your vehicle is just a matter of how much money your character can afford, and
rules detail construction, optional equipment, combat and much, much more.
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