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  • Amarillo

    !(media-item-align-right)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/28688/Amarillo--the_Busted_Mug_Saloon.jpg(Amarillo the busted mug saloon)! Amarillo is a small ranching city in Potter County, in north Texas. Amarillo has a current population just under 8, …

  • Josiah Riggins

    Josiah 'Josey' Riggins is the 28 year old son of Circuit Judge George Riggins. He's a tow-headed hombre, with a mouth on him like an armadillo in heat. He doesn't take crap from any desperado, and leads his own little "gang" in Amarillo. Mostly, …

  • Sheriff Dean Masterson

    Dean Masterson is the current sheriff of Amarillo, and has held that post for about 12 years now. That's about an eternity for a lawman in the Weird West. In his early days, Masterson did his best to keep the streets clean, enforcin' the law like …

  • Deputy Thomas Wingard

    Tommy Wingard was born to be a lawman. His daddy was scalped by Chickasaw injuns, and his mama never recovered. A teenage boy, he headed out of Arkansas (where he was born) for points west, ending up in Amarillo. Taking up with a lawyer cousin of …

  • Miles Smithton

    Miles Smithton is a stern, bald-headed fella with a waxed handlebar mustache. He owns The Busted Mug Saloon and Tavern in downtown Amarillo. He's a simple man, who enjoys simple thing--a good cigar, a draft of Texas beer, and a fine steak. Miles' …

  • Saebre Shadowblood

    A disaffected and wealthy Louisianian, Saebre grew up as a freed slave (his parents bought themselves out of slavery) in Baton Rouge. Unsatisfied with the 'city' lifestyle, Saebre used a sizable chunk of his family's fortune to invest in the cattle …

  • Doc Mickinac

    Doctor James Mickinac's the local sawbones in Amarillo. He patched up the PCs--particularly [[:frank | Frank Corbett]]--after their encounter with the [[Tommyknockers | tommyknockers]] of [[Jaegretty Gulch | Jaegretty Gulch]]. Doc is a sarcastic, dry …

  • Raybon James Hollis

    Raybon James Hollis was born in Biloxi, Mississippi just as the Civil War began. He grew up as an entitled Southern highbrow, as his parents owned a vast slave plantation. However, when the Confederacy outlawed slavery in 1869, this drove his parents …

  • Charles Goodnight

    Goodnight was born in Macoupin County, Illinois, east of St. Louis, Missouri, the fourth child of Charles Goodnight and the former Charlotte Collier. (Goodnight's father's grave is located in a pasture located south of Bunker Hill, Illinois.) Goodnight …