Three Cute Chicks And A Fat Guy In Drag

…Halloween, 1978

World Building Game News

1: smalley_smoot, if you have recovered from your illness, I need your turn.

2:  All of you will get a GM’s reply to your turns (telling you how things went, plus any other info about what happened in/around your village) and then a Royal Reply to your actual turn letter.

3: I’ll be shortening the time from when you get your Royal reply to when I want your next turn letter from 3 weeks to 2 weeks. I have no doubt that this will be plenty of time.

That is all.

The Doclopedia

About this character:  This week, our theme is Pulp Era Women and our first tough skirt is a high flying two fisted adventurer.

#15: Daisy O’Donnell

Stats (using a d10)
Physical: 7
Mental: 7
Psychic: 2
Magical: 0

Skills:  Aviator (2d8)  Aviation Mechanic (3d4)  Brawling (2d6)  Intimidation (2d4)  Pistol (2d6)  Language, Spanish (2d6)  Language, French (2d4)

Daisy’s dad, Will O’Donnell, was a WWI flying ace and he taught his only child everything he knows about flying airplanes. Nowadays (1933), the two of them (with help from Daisy’s mom, Erin, and her mechanic uncle, Sean) run “Lucky Ace Aviation” out of Austin, Texas. Daisy takes jobs flying passengers and freight anywhere in the world. She has also been known to hire herself out for more “interesting” jobs…jobs where the risks are as high as the potential rewards. When she takes these side jobs, she is usually accompanied by her co-pilot/boyfriend Charlie “Cowboy” Haggard and her best friend/mechanic Deb Dugan.

In her spare time, Patsy likes drinking, dancing, shooting the breeze with other pilots and “turning Charlie every which way but loose”

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