Western City RPG
DRAW, ya varmint!
A roleplaying game designed so everyone can play... as players!
Western City introduces immersive mechanics so all the players share the spotlight without anyone being the gamemaster. Toss your chips in the pot where the story matters most to you, and work together to bring a spaghetti western to life around your gaming table.
Frame the story and design your own High Noons. Strive to fulfill your character's goals, while stepping into the shoes of a supporting cast you have a stake in. Come on down to Western City...
...or are you yella?
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