It's market day in Gomorrah, and rumours are that the Trader brought in some valuable pre-dark supplies. Scavengers from across the wasteland will be vying to get their hands on the goods. The Gomorrah security teams aren't known for their patience, though, so tread lightly!
These are photos from a Pulp Alley game I hosted this weekend at the monthly Trumpeter Society meeting. It was a fairly standard PA scenario, with the addition of one rule from the Perilous Island book: any character who starts trouble by using a Shooting or Brawling skill die attracts the notice of the militia, and has to treat the whole table as extremely perilous for the remainder of the game. It makes for a game where fighting is discouraged, but people are still very much at odds and competing with each other, which is a different experience for a miniatures game.
I'm not going to write up a full battle report, but I will say that the Pulp Alley rules are perfectly suited for this sort of gonzo, over-the-top scenario. We were able to have a game with 4 people who had very limited or no experience with the rules, and play a fun scenario to completion in a few hours.