Pulp Friday: Whelp of the Fox

This week’s pulp story comes from the November 1950 issue of Masked Rider.

The story highlights a situation that could come up in any role playing game.  Family honor.  In the late 1800’s families were often much larger than what we are used to nowadays.  Any player would very likely have siblings.  Some good and some bad.  But when their family honor is threatened everyone seems to rally. Bother’s could be on the other side of the law.  Sisters could be in jeopardy.  Cousins could be looking for the player character for money.  Uncles could show up unexpectedly with bad news.  Don’t over look family ties in western campaigns.

Whelp of the Fox

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