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TRY BEFORE YOU BUY! Before purchasing this set, please download and enjoy the Sparks: Free For All set at no charge! It includes Sparks from several different sets, to prepare you for what you'll find in this one! Give it a test drive, and you'll like what you see! 

Macho Women with Guns? Yes! "The only roleplaying game in the Vatican Archives" is Greg Porter's tasteless, entirely satirical game of blowing things to smithereens. This classic RPG appeals to our basest instincts by providing sex, violence, and vehicle statistics in one inexpensive package. The Macho Women - and the things they like to shoot - are available as paper miniatures for your gaming pleasure! From punks to rednecks, from giant war robots to undead postal carriers, to lots of babes with implements of death, this is the most unusual set in the Sparks library.

Character Roster

What kind of miniatures do you get? There are 42 in all, 21 in each of two fonts, mapped to each letter from A through U.

Font #1: Macho Women

  • B.W.B. (A/a): The term "Bat-Winged Bimbo from Hell" is a crass generalization, as Tica, here (a Bat-Winged Bimbo from Ogden) clearly demonstrates. Nice wings!
  • Sigourney (B/b): She's all cute and sweaty and grunty and sick to death of the Alienses crawling around under the gratings. (This is, of course, a reference to Sigourney Weiland, little-known karaoke performer, and not to any recognizable movie stars).
  • Terminatrix (C/c): An ultra-tech robotic killer sent back from the future to deliver short one-liners in a very thick accent. Due to a short in her circuits, she is no longer programmed to zip her jacket.
  • Sister Sandra Renegade (D/d): There's nothing sexier than a lapsed Catholic in her underwear.
  • Ninja (E/e): She'd look slick in a superhero campaign; she's both macho and elegant, shown dancing back to avoid a careless spray of submachinegun fire. Don't think you can harm her with simple guns . . . Gotta be clever.
  • Jackbooti Leatheri (F/f): The combination of fashion and fascism might seem passé, but Inga isn't really about politics. She just likes fine black leather, and the feel of a hot gun in her hands.
  • Leana (G/g): Leana really is from Hell, but she keeps an apartment in Redondo Beach.
  • Sister Mary Renegade (H/h): The leader of the Houston Convent of Renegade Nuns, Sister Mary Renegade is as tech-savvy as she is lovely, and dresses more conservatively than many of her fellow sisters.
  • Rumba (I/i): She returned from an unpopular foreign war to discover she got less respect than when she left. That is, until she teamed up with Sirocco . . .
  • Miss Savage (J/j): The Woman of Bronze is more than just a stunning complexion. She's a golden-age superheroine with steel-grey eyes and a shocking capacity for getting her friends killed in deathtraps intended for her.
  • Sirocco (K/k): When she was in her teens, she discovered that she could mentally control the humidity. She uses her powers only for good (which is to say, she uses it to make Rumba look all shiny and sweaty when they're out together kicking tail).
  • Vixen of Vengeance (L/l): They murdered her family and toilet-papered her house, and she's going to make everybody pay. Criminals, beware!
  • Nameless Drifter (M/m): From the obscure "Exploitation Spaghetti Western" sub-subgenre that Sergio Leone and Russ Meyer were secretly planning (but never got off the ground) comes this excellent example of Old West Woman, armed for bear and bare for ratings. She's got a taste for thin Mexican cigars, raw meat, and cordite.
  • Conanne (N/n): She was bringing "faithful shield-maidens" to their doom in prehistoric ruins millennia before Miss Savage lost her first hapless sidekick.
  • Indian Ocean Jones (O/o): The bullwhip is for snapping pistols from the hands of treacherous native guides, swinging across chasms, and wrapping truck axles. The pistol is for fun.
  • Joan Carter of Mars (P/p): She can outwrestle green, bristly aliens with three times her number of arms, but she has to work hard (and wear less) to get a decent tan so far from the sun.
  • Nurse Edna (Q/q): Rrrrrowl. Hot-cha. Hubba, hubba. Well, no. But she is macho, and don't be surprised if she has a gun somewhere, too.
  • Oddzilla (R/r): She's purple. Not in a Jane Austen way, in a what-you-get-when-you-mix-red-and-blue way. What a horribly embarrassing way to die.
  • ZsaZsathoth (S/s): Frequently mistaken for her sister, Evathoth. Possibly the creepiest image ever put on a Spark. And please, if you're printing this one out just to turn it around and look at her backside, don't write to let us know.
  • Yoko Uggoth (T/t): I spoke too soon. If you think her spindly legs and piscine features are horrifying, just plug in the amp, baby, and let that microphone go live.
  • Richard Tucholka (U/u): Obscure game designer Richard Tucholka is not a woman, but he's so incredibly macho he belonged here, among a gaggle of babes that are, collectively, barely enough to satisfy his manly appetites.

Font #2: Macho Targets

  • Chief Executive Sexist (A/a): He plays the sax and smokes marijuana, yet manages to entirely avoid being cool. When he eats a burger, baby, then he inhales. Hail to the chief.
  • Salivating Sexist (B/b): Disco lives on in his heart. Things even more terrible live on in his fridge. He's looking for a woman who can clean as well as she dances. In Macho Women with Guns, that's a quest for high-velocity lead.
  • Redneck (C/c): Rufous Ludd has always secretly wanted a nickname like "Space Cowboy," but in the meantime, he'll make himself feel better by copping a feel on any chicks that walk by. He knows they want him. Suck in that gut, Rufous. To name his friends (Rednecks are best in hordes), Roll 1d6 on the following table, 1d6 times, per Redneck:

1. Ray
2. Bob
3. Billy
4. Dean
5. Bubba
6. Joe

  • Congressional Subcommittee (D/d): This would have been much harder to do in pewter. Sparks rule!
  • Mental Midget (E/e): They travel in hordes, eager to bust either kneecaps or unions - whichever is making them feel inadequate at the moment.
  • Puppy of Tindalos (F/f): More than ordinary puppies, the Tindalos pups are confused by rooms without convenient corners to be naughty in.
  • Televangelist (G/g): Your soul is TEMPTED by the wiles of SA-tan, and he must SAVE you. Visa/MasterCard accepted with a self-righteous smile.
  • Zombie Mailman (H/h): Because no game of mayhem is complete without the restless dead. Rod here was taken down by a pack of mad hounds when trying to deliver a C.O.D. to a little old lady on Cedar Avenue, but they didn't get his bones, by god. Nobody will ever get his bones. He's a little fixated, and we don't just mean the stare.
  • HunterBot (I/i): A TGK-Series assassin android, the HunterBot can be dressed in a variety of SimuFlesh sheathes for covert operations. This one's mostly naked, since the girls in the first font are, too. It's only fair.
  • Lawyer (J/j): Judge him not by size, for his ally is divorce. Print the front of this Spark with the back of HunterBot for a "disguised" assassin.
  • Alienses and Alienses2 (K/k and L/L): They scuttle; they bleed acid; they crawl; they squeal. They annoy the living hell out of Sigourney. They like to smile, just to give the ol' facial slime a good stretch.
  • Isaac Azathoth (M/m): A popular keynote speaker at the annual convention of Extradimensional Aliens Who Want To Eat Our Souls, "Dr. I" is prolific, witty, and a sneaky teleporting hell-fiend. Responsible for over 400 occult grimoires, and well-renowned throughout the seventh dimension for his off-the-cuff cocktail speeches and bawdy humor, he's the only living entity who's ever groped ZsaZsathoth for fun.
  • Bambo (N/n): A deer with a bazooka.
  • Killer Rabbit (O/o): A fanged hell-bunny with no need for a bazooka.
  • Crow with a Machine Gun (P/p): You really can't trust animals in Macho Women with Guns. This kind of thing is why most Macho Women have no qualms about wearing fur, leather, or (in this case) feathers.
  • Drunken Frat Boy (Q/q): His knowledge of Greek is limited to the three letters on his T-shirt, but his knowledge of porn stars, cheap beers, and football trivia are impressive.
  • Soccer Hooligan (R/r): Brits have cooler punks than we do, damn their eyes.
  • Hellkitten (S/s): Leather, feathers, or kitten fur, especially. Even if they weren't so deadly, they'd be worth shooting just to rid the world of the quart or so of oily cuteness they seem to exude.
  • BatttleWarMechBot (T/t): The most versatile, practical combat machine since the invention of the electric hair dryer in 1902. On the other hand, it's still no fun if one falls on you.
  • Bthulhu (U/u): In sunken Q'lyeh, dread Bthulhu sits crocheting. He's batwinged, baby, but he's no bimbo. Run.

The set also includes six additional "extras" (three per font) - random bits of Macho Women art from the BTRC library!

  • Macho Women Trio (1,2,3 in the Macho Women font): A stack of Cosmos (a valuable treasure-item; sprinkle counters made of this glyph around a combat and watch the hissing start!); an overhead Macho Woman (with both gun and knife), and another picture of Richard Tucholka, because you can never have too many.
  • Macho Targets Trio (1,2,3 in the Macho Targets font): The first two are for map-making - overhead views of a park pool/fountain, and a park bench. The third is another picture of ZsaZsathoth, to demonstrate how easily you can have too many. Ideal for use in those custom greeting-card programs.

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