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This game is intended for a mature audience and contains themes that are adult in nature. 

Death Toll is the first book in a CoC adventure series that covers one of the last legs of the migration route to California called The Carson Trail. We pick up the trail at Lovelock, Nevada, as the party starts the treacherous crossing of the 40-mile desert; an alkali sink full of sucking clay, dust, and undrinkable soda pools. However, there is more to fear in the desert than its isolation and the ruthless environment. The very soul of the desert is being fought over by factions within one of the native tribes, the Northern Paiutes. Both reach for power that corrupts in order to push back the tide of white immigrants that flows into their lands each year.

Taking the party across this landscape are Captain Kingsley and his scout, Joe. They head up a wagon train of new settlers that are now resting at Lovelock. From there, they begin making the attempt to overcome harrowing conditions, group politics, and the increasingly hostile Paiutes in order to reach the safety of Ragtown, one of the only outposts of civilisation for hundreds of miles. 

90 pages, all original art, new optional rules for Followers, Era Accurate Weapons, and Wagon types. 

Can be played as a standalone scenario. Set in Old West era, 12-20 hours play time.

 
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July 21st, 2019
Really well structured adventure. Scenes and NPCs are presented in a "ready for play"comprehensive fashion, making the need of "pre-game prep" minimal. Provides more than ample information about every aspect of this unique setting, [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on July 20, 2019.