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  1. Mature Content: No Author: Emeline With: Open Location: Lick Skillet Cafe When: September / 1875 Time of Day: Mid-Morning The rain had tapered off quite a bit, but the streets were still pretty muddy so business had been slow in the morning, and now that it was the lull between breakfast and lunch, Emeline's cafe was quiet. Not that she minded, she never objected to some time to herself, and it gave her an opportunity to get supper started and to work on some pies. Even though it was off-season for fresh fruits, there were plenty of preserves, and today Emeline was in the mood for apple crumble and peach cobbler, so she was up to her elbows in four and dough. Humming a lilting tune, Emeline smiled to herself as she rolled out the dough, enjoying the sound of raindrops on the roof of the porch awning now that it wasn't a deluge that drowned out any other noise. It could get lonely here sometimes, but that never lasted long, and Emeline kept herself busy so that she didn't dwell on things past, things that couldn't be helped and couldn't be changed. Besides, she had that lazy ginger tom cat to keep her company, and he didn't argue with her! @Members @Flip Open
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    Finally, rest.

    Mature Content: No Author: Joe Deppen With: Open. Location: The edge of town When: November 1875 Time of Day: Evening into morning Finally, rest. After years of sleeping with one eye open, always wondering if a knock at the door or an unrecognized face looking back at him meant it was time to fold, Joe Deppen had finally found rest. Sure, he'd been in Montana territory such a short time but that time had been used efficiently to reveal a sense of peace he hadn't had before - more so when he wound up on the edge of Kalispell. The cool breeze brought smells of farms and ovens that overpowered a scent that the average citizen of the town had come accustomed to - freedom; and it all glowed with the evening's orange tinge. His march through town was slow so Joe could easily digest all that was offered. More specifically, places of potential employment to investigate in the future but the more immediate need was food in the stomach, a few drinks, and a place to hang the hat for the night. Coming upon the White Rose Inn and Cafe which looked to be something he would be able to afford, he hitched his horse - a new one he stole came about when in a recent dire need and had yet to name - in front of the establishment. A full belly and few empty glasses later, Joe's head was on a pillow. Just as quickly, if not quicker still, the sun stirred him from what was admittedly the best night's sleep in years. Another hot meal later, he was out and about in a Kalispell under a blue sky. He left on foot, Linda Everson promising him that his horse would still be there upon return. The town was smaller now, without the glow of lights through windows and streets that drained themselves off behind closed doors when he first arrived. After a loop through town he came to stop in front of a vacant building not far from the general store. He also made note of the absence of a gunsmith, his chosen profession. That fell to the wayside when he found himself bouncing from town to town, working a few weeks, maybe months, before moving on. Now that he felt that he was far enough to settle, the thought of one day being able to occupy one of the vacant spaces with his livelihood almost brought a smile to his face. Almost. Joe took the sight in for a few more moment and was just to turn himself about to see if the stable may have needed a hand or if the general store needed to make any deliveries when he heard a voice.
  3. Synopsis Mayoral Elections in Kalispell. Possible way for the Steelgraves to get a tighter grip on the town with their own candidate. One thought is that Matt Wentworth as the hotel owner might be dragged into this which will hinder his other activities. Also opens up the possibility of new major characters for future participants. Characters Requested Everyone Anything Else All suggestions to which way this can go would be good. Don't know what the town's situation is like or if it is big enough to have a mayor but it is something to think about for a future plot.
  4. Synopsis There is a murder (don't who and don't know why at the moment) Theme Could be a couple of episodes - finding the murderer and then a trial. Needs to be developed. Characters Requested Maybe everyone. Even if they are not suspects, it will still be the talk of the town. Anything Else This could possibly lead into a jury trial (lots more possibilities there)
  5. Summary A very large earthquake strikes southwest Montana along the Yellowstone border. It is felt as far away as Kalispell. Stories and plots will revolve around the the town before and after the quake. Theme The theme for this episode will be major life upheavals - good and bad. These can be specific to the aftermath of the earthquake itself or ongoing personal stories. Notes In 1959, a 7.5 - 7.8 earthquake struck Montana at Hebgen Lake so there is a history for large quakes in the area. Should we want the epicenter at a distance (Hebgen would be approximately 450 miles from Kalispell), we might need to upscale the quake on the scale. If we want to set it closer, perhaps with an epicenter around Flathead Lake, we would have to downscale the size. Earthquakes can and do occur in unusual areas, those not associated with seismic activity. For example, in 1811 - 1812, very large earthquakes struck the New Madrid area (near Memphis, Tennessee). The largest quake is estimated at around an 8.0. An large section of land dropped about three feet and the Mississippi River ran backward for a period of time to fill it in, creating Reelfoot Lake.

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Sagas of the WIld West is a roleplaying game set in a fictionalized version of the town of Kalispell in Montana territory. Our stories begin in 1875 and are set against the backdrop of actual historical events.Sagas was inspired by the classic television and movie westerns. Our focus is on writing, storytelling and character development.

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