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Deadlands: Weird West Companion Reviewed

Deadlands: Weird West Companion (Pinnacle Entertainment Group)Title: Deadlands – Weird West Companion

Publisher: Pinnacle Entertainment Group

Authors: Shane Hensley and Matthew Cutter with Tim Beach, Clint Black, John Goff, John R. Hopler, and Jessica Moore

Artists: Aaron J. Riley, Aaron Acevedo, Bruno Balixa, Arthur Bowling, Von Caberte, Matheus Calza, Donald Crank, Dennis Darmody, Sam Denmark, Loic Denoual, James Denton, Martin de Diego Sádaba, Sebastien Ecosse, Alex Elykov, Bartlomiej Fedyczak, Bien Flores, Quintin Gleim, Ross Grams, Konrad Korgull, Irina Kovalova, Dio Mahesa, Wayne Miller, Fedrico Musetti, Christian C. Otazu, Sabrina Pugnale, Aaron J. Riley, Alida Saxon, Martin Sickree, Tiago Silverio, Unique Soparie, Jon Taylor, Joseph Weston

Year: 2022

Genre: Sourcebook for the Deadlands weird western roleplaying game

Pages: 96 pages

MSRP: $24.99 for the hardcover or $9.99 in PDF at DriveThruRPG

I share my thoughts about the Weird West Companion for the Deadlands roleplaying game from Pinnacle Entertainment Group. The volume is filled with loads of useful content for players and Marshalls including new archetypes, edges, powers, relics, famous and infamous NPCs, gamemastering tips, and more.

You can check out my review of the Deadlands box set right here.

3:10 Discussing the Weird West Companion for Deadlands
7:47 Final thoughts and review score
9:59 Wrapping up

Founder/Editor-in-chief of The Gaming Gang website and host of The Gaming Gang Dispatch and other TGG media, Jeff tackles any and all sorts of games but has a special fondness for strategy, conflict sims, and roleplaying games. Plus, he's certainly never at a loss for an opinion...

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    Deadlands: Weird West Companion Reviewed

    The Companion is chock full of useful info for both players and Marshalls. I especially enjoyed the Relics and notable NPCs. I will say the included adventure is a bit of a clunker and not very original and the price point of the hardcover is a little steep considering the page count. I do give the Companion a solid recommendation though.
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