Sunday, February 27, 2011

Two desperate men and the postapocalyptic roulette

Kurt - a streetwise bouncer from Hub, or so he declares. His dream is to become a raider and gain fame as the greatest scourge wasteland has ever seen. Starting his own gang is going to cost him a lot of money. Getting 2500 caps together took him 5 months of hard work. He knows he was born for greater things. He can't afford to wait any longer. He is ready to make the bet of a lifetime.

Roy - says he used to be a Khan, but they weren't hardcore enough for him. His ambition is to be the sole beneficient of the entire pimp business of Junktown. Sadly, he's also a gambling addict - and he's in debt with the wrong people. To pay them back, he had to borrow from Gizmo. He knows it wouldn't be wise to get on the fat man's bad side. He knows he has to double up, or he's done for - and he's willing to go all the way.

Kurt and Roy are going to play a game. The rules are simple - two revolvers, two bullets in each one, the winner takes it all. They're betting 2500 caps on their lives in a game of post-apocalyptic Russian roulette. You, the readers of this blog, will be the first to witness this tragedy which undoubtedly gives testimony the harshness of post-nuclear California.

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