The Good, the Bad and the Savage
A beautiful woman with shockingly green eyes that loves to gamble with the devil (also known as her husband)
Knowledge Occult d6
Spell Casting d10
Arcane Background (Huckster)
Extra Power Points
Improved High Roller
Veteran o’ the Weird West (Debt)
I’m in my Prime
You Tell ‘em I’m Comin
Must Be A Peach of A Hand
I Stand Corrected. You’re an Oak
You Wanted The Thunder
Toughness: 6 ( +1 When Within 5’ of Romeo)
Yank Money: $804
Poker Chips: $48
Total XP: 60/80
Powers (15 PP)
Range 12/24/48; RoF 1; Cal. .44; Damage 2d6+1; Wt. 4; AP1; 6 shots; 42 bullets
Range 24/48/96; RoF 1; Cal. .45; Damage 2d8; Wt. 7: AP2; 15 shots; 47 bullets
1 lb o’ Bacon
2 lbs o’ Coffee
7 Trail Rations
Box of 100 Matches
Hoyle’s Book of Games
Silver Key on a Chain
5- d6 Shooting, d8 Persuasion
25-Extra Power Points
V-Gambling d10, Fighting d4
50-Improved High Roller
Describe three things about your appearance.
Green eyes, long brown hair, and an amazing tan.
Describe three things about your manner.
I am very curious, pretty greedy, and a bit superstitious.
What are your three most valuable possessions?
My deck of cards, my Colt Dragoon, and my horse Abacus.
What is your role on the posse?
Well, I guess you could say I’m the pretty one of the lot. Guess you could say I’m the greedy gambler too.
What is your relationship to the posse?
I’ve barely known these guys (and girl) for less than a week. They seem like decent enough people though. Can’t say that I trust them. Not yet anyway.
What kind of first impression do you make?
You’ll know it when you see me.
How do others see you?
I’m not sure. I guess they see me as a beautiful lady who can hold her own in a fight as well as at a poker table.
How do you see yourself?
A beautiful charismatic lady who loves to gamble and loves money.
What animal or object best represents you?
A horse. Smart, headstrong, and beautiful.
What would your trademark be?
An ace of spades sticking out of someones forehead.
What was growing up like?
I don’t know. My memory doesn’t go that far back. My earliest memory is of me waking up in the Chihuahuan Desert, butt naked, and half dead. I was fourteen at the time.
What important things did you learn from your family?
I don’t have any real family. Not anymore. The people I considered to be my family were murdered.
What or where is home?
El Paso, Texas as far as I’m concerned.
What was your previous vocation?
I was a bartender for the Buckhorn Saloon from ’75 until about six months ago.
Why did you leave your home?
I left El Paso to get as far away from the Texas Rangers as possible.
What attribute is most important in a friend?
Money. They have to have a lot of money to be my friend. Naw, I’m just joshing you. I like my friends to have loyalty. To be trustworthy. If you don’t have that, then you have no friends. Only enemies.
Who or what earns your loyalty?
Someone who can watch my back in a fight. Someone who I can trust and be confident in.
Who is/was the most important person in your life?
There was a man that was very important in my life. His name was Ben Swally. We met at the Buckhorn Saloon some time in ‘77. He tried so desperately to court me. Had he tried a little harder, I would’ve given in. He sure did know how to treat a lady right though. He was gunned down about six months ago over a card game. But, that’s neither here nor there.
Who is/was a mentor and describe their relationship to you.
A man named Jed Collins. He was the one who found me in that damned desert oh so long ago. I didn’t know who I was, where I was, what I was. He gave me the name Lilly LeFleur. Said I was around the age of his daughter, fourteen. That was in ’66.
Who is/was a nemesis’ and describe their relationship to you.
I don’t really have a nemesis’. Although, I don’t care much for Buck Swathers. He knew how to piss me right off. He had a big mouth. Going around telling people he had bedded me, saying I wasn’t much good at it. If I had to wager, I’d say I would be great in bed. Even though I’ve never been bedded by a man before and don’t know what that’s like. I’d still be great at it.
What can you always be relied on to do?
I can always be relied on to help a friend in need.
Where have you ‘got it where it counts’?
I take offense to that question. Next?
What is as easy as ‘dusting crops’ for you?
(Sarcastically) Umm…breathing, eating, gambling, I could go on but I’m not here to rant.
When or where do you feel most cocky?
I’m most cocky when I win a big hand in poker.
Which body part do you rely on most?
Wouldn’t you like to know?
What won’t you do?
What won’t I do? There isn’t a whole lot I won’t do. I won’t let a man bed me for money if that’s what you’re looking for. Umm…let’s see, I won’t kill a man (or woman) who isn’t deserving of it.
What puts you ill at ease?
Cats. They creep the hell out of me. And, ladders if you must know.
How do you cope with failure?
I usually go to the local saloon and drown myself in their best whiskey. But sometimes, I’ll shift into a hawk and fly to just get away from it all.
What or where is your soft spot?
I love how you’re asking all of these personal questions. I bet your just dying to get into my girdle, aren’t you? Well that’s not going to happen sir.
What presses your buttons?
What presses my buttons the most is betrayal. I’ll kill a man over that.
How do you resolve disputes?
If the problem can’t be solved with words, then I would have to take physical action.
Describe how you fight.
With my handy dandy deck of cards.
What is your weapon of choice?
My deck of cards.
How do you react when cornered?
I start slinging hexes left and right. If the odds are heavily against me, I’ll shift into a bird and fly away.
When do you retreat?
When there is no possible way I can win.
How do you behave under stress?
Usually by going to the high rollers table and winning big. If I don’t win big, or at all for that matter, I’d go off somewhere and sulk.
How do cope with physical hardship?
How does anybody cope with physical hardship. I just try to make the best out of a bad situation.
How would you react to betrayal?
With anger and hatred. There is nothing more in this world that I can’t stand than betrayal.
How do you deal with the unexpected?
I like to use the expression “Expect the unexpected.”
How do you respond to change?
I happen to like change. Lets me know that I’m alive, and that I’m not fighting for nothing.
What was the highlight of your life thus far?
I’d have to say still being alive. After all that I’ve been through. Not remembering the first fourteen years of my life. Not knowing my real parents. I haven’t the slightest clue as to who I truly am, what I truly am, and why I awoke in a desert naked. So yeah, still being alive is the biggest highlight of my life so far.
What is the worst thing you’ve ever done?
Back in ‘76, I lost a big hand at the poker table. I was pretty upset. I crawled myself into a fine bottle of whiskey, and didn’t want to come out. In my drunken stupor, I called out the dealer of that game and called him a cheat. He took offense to that, and challenged me to a duel. I won of course, but after, I found out he didn’t cheat. I just had a bad run.
What was your greatest failure?
Letting Ben gamble that night. He wasn’t that good anyway through no fault of my own. I tried to teach him, but he had a bad poker face. There’s no cure for that.
What is your biggest regret?
My biggest regret is not marrying Ben. Had we been married, we would’ve left Texas for California and started a new life there. Then he wouldn’t of been gunned down at the Buckhorn Saloon. And maybe, maybe could’ve had a family.
What one thing would you change about yourself?
I wouldn’t change one thing about me. I love everything about me. The good and the bad. You’re only as good as you’re worst trait. You can’t let that slow you down. No way. No how.
What is most important to you?
Money. I love the smell of it. The texture of it. It’s what makes the world go round.
What is your greatest concern?
To be caught. What I am. What I can do. It’s witchery and that’s frowned upon.
What is your dream?
That’s easy. To be the richest lady this side of the Mississippi.
What is your destiny?
I don’t know. I’m not one for all that destiny and fate malarkey. I believe I can make my own decisions and live my own life no matter who tries to stop me.
How do you imagine you’ll meet your maker?
Hopefully, when my hair is gray with a lot of money. But I know that isn’t how it’s gonna play out. Not with the type of life I lead. I’m either gonna be gunned down or the devil is finally gonna win a hand.
The Big Things
Give your opinion on the following:
Life & Death
Well, I like living and don’t want to die so…
I’ll kill only if I need to.
I believe that there is a super natural force out there watching over us, but I’m not the churchgoer.
It is what it is. The Southerners want slaves and the Northerners don’t. I really don’t give a hoot. Everyone is a slave to someone or something.
Wealth, Glory or Honor?
Wealth. Definitely wealth.