## Burned Bush Wells - An Online Boot Hill Play by Post Campaign

## Gunfight Number 1

Staring at each other the two realize that this will be the end for one of them. Appleby, Chicago Joe shouts, “we need an arrangement here, Colonel. We can work this out…”.

“Business is business, Joe” “And you are worth two months ranchhand wages to me, dead or alive”

**Turn 1**

Medium range for both weapons

The Colonel is base speed 25, hipshooting SAR5, +5 for hipshooting and ‘0’ for medium range, so final total of 30 for first shot

Chicago Joe is using SAR6 base speed 16, ‘0’ for medium range so final total of 16

The Colonel wins first shot

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The Colonel fires with a 38 under a 53 base accuracy with a ‘-10’ for hipshooting giving 43 total.

The Colonel places the hit on Chicago Joe with a 26 on location which is right arm/hand for a 31 roll which is a light wound ‘-3’ 0n strength.

Chicago Joe misses with a 55 versus a 56 with a ‘-5’ for a lt. wound and a ‘-25’ in his gun arm for 26 total.

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Colonel’s second shot is a 67 on a 53 base accuracy ‘-10’ for second shot and ‘-10’ for hipshooting for 33 total. Missed Entirely

Chicago Joe fires his second shot and it is 19 on a 56 base accuracy ‘-5’ for a lt. wound, ‘-10’ for a second shot, and ‘-25’ for a wound in gun arm for a total of 16. missed entirely.

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The Colonel fires his third shot a 51 versus a 53 base ‘-20’ for third shot and ‘-10’ for hipshooting giving a total of 23. Missed entirely.

Chicago Joe quickly wraps a bandana around his right arm wound and switches his gun to his left hand.

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**Turn 2**

The Colonel walks to 15 feet distance and is no longer hipshooting

Chicago Joe uses hitching post/trough for partial cover, 50% on lower half of body.

The Colonel is using SAR5 base 25 plus +10 for short range, +10 for firing on same target for second consecutive turn, so final total of 45 for first shot

Chicago Joe is using SAR6 base 16 plus +10 for short range, +10 for firing on same target for second consecutive turn, ‘-5’ for a lt wound for a total of 31.

The Colonel wins first shot

Short range for both

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The Colonel fires his first shot a 5 versus a 53 base +10 for short range, ‘-5’ for shooter walking, target partially obscured ‘-10’ for a total of 48. Hit!

The Colonel places the hit on Chicago Joe with a 69 on location which is abdomen/groin for a 24 roll which is a light wound ‘-3’ 0n strength. **This results in a miss because of cover on lower half of body.**

Chicago Joe fires his first shot and it is 5 on a 56 base accuracy short range is a +10, target is walking ‘-5’, ‘-5’ for a lt. wound, ‘-10’ for using wrong gun hand to fire with for a total of 46. Hit!

Chicago Joe places the hit on Chicago Joe with a 37 on location which is right shoulder for a 68 roll which is a serious wound ‘-7’ 0n strength.

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The Colonel fires his second shot a 6 versus a 53 base +10 for short range, ‘-5’ for shooter walking, target partially obscured ‘-10’, ‘-5’ for a lt. wound, ‘-10’ for second shot this turn for a total of 33. Hit!

The Colonel places the hit on Chicago Joe with a 14 on location which is right leg for a 16 roll which is a light wound ‘-3’ 0n strength. **This results in a miss because of cover on lower half of body.**

Chicago Joe fires his second shot and it is 20 on a 56 base accuracy short range is a +10, target is walking -5, ‘-5’ for a lt. wound, ‘-10’ for using wrong gun hand, ‘-10’ for second consecutive shot, to fire with for a total of 36. Hit!

Chicago Joe places the hit on Chicago Joe with a 14 on location which is right leg for a 89 roll which is a serious wound ‘-7’ 0n strength.

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The Colonel switches to second SAR5 and movement speed is halved.

Chicago Joe fires his third shot and it is 64 on a 56 base accuracy short range is a +10, target is walking ‘-5’, ‘-5’ for a lt. wound, ‘-10’ for using wrong gun hand, ‘-20’ for third consecutive shot, to fire with for a total of 26. Terrible miss!

**Turn 3**

The Colonel is walking to point blank

Chicago Joe still uses cover on lower half of body

Short range for both weapons

The Colonel is hipshooting SAR5 with a +25 base first shot, +5 for hipshooting and +5 for short range, +5 for second or more consecutive turns aiming at same target, ‘-20’ for wounds totaling more than 50% of Strength so final total of 20 for first shot

Chicago Joe is using SAR6 +5 for short range, and ‘-5’ for a lt. wound for a final total of 16

The Colonel wins first shot

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The Colonel fires his first shot with SAR5 a 75 versus a 53 base +10 for short range, ‘-5’ for shooter walking, target partially obscured ‘-10’, ‘-20’ for a lt. wound, Hipshooting ‘-10’, for a total of 18. Miss!

Chicago Joe fires his first shot with SAR6 and it is 70 on a 56 base accuracy short range is a +10, target is walking ‘-5’, ‘-5’ for a lt. wound, ‘-10’ for using wrong gun hand, to fire with for a total of 46. Miss!

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The Colonel fires his second shot with SAR5 a versus a 53 base +10 for short range, ‘-5’ for shooter walking, target partially obscured ‘-10’, ‘-20’ for a serious. wound, Hipshooting ‘-10’, for a total of 18. Miss!

Chicago Joe fires his second shot with SAR6 and it is 96 on a 56 base accuracy. Misfired shell! (While ejecting misfired shell, Joe also realizes he is out of ammo in weapon and either needs to switch weapon or reload)

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The Colonel fires his third shot with SAR5 a 5 versus a 53 base +10 for short range, ‘-5’ for shooter walking, target partially obscured ‘-10’, ‘-20’ for a serious. wound, Hipshooting ‘-10’, ‘-20’ for third consecutive shot at this target, for a total of 05. Hit!

The Colonel places the hit on Chicago Joe with a 90 on location which is head for a roll of 81 which is a mortal wound.

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The Colonel sits down cautiously and lights a good cigar. A head looks out of the general store gazing at the finished gunfight across the street. “My it IS hot today” he says. He grabs the wanted poster for Chicago Joe out of his back pocket and places it on his corpse. Then he grimaces and tries to staunch the flow of his shoulder and leg wounds until the Doc comes.

Doc Klaber arrives about five minutes later. There are already several bystanders around. A boy prods the dead body with a stick.

As the Doc turns and asks for help to get him to his office, he says, "If you live…you will be laid up for 2-3 weeks. Maybe more. "

The Colonel puffs his half finished cigar and groans as he is carried to the Metropolitan where doc has his office.