If Chaosium would get off their keesters and publish it, I've written/compiled a 3-book set of Old West CoC books, the 1st a sourcebook, the other 2 adventure collections. In addition to several scenarios, each of the 3 books features a couple of mini-sandbox settings in a variety of flavors (mining camp, Tex-Mex border town, riverboat, Indian country fort, etc).
While you're waiting, you might check out the two Aces High monographs for BRP, published by Chaosium and probably still available somewheres. The 1st is a sourcebook, the 2nd a lengthy campaign/setting book. It's weird western material using the BRP system, so pretty easy to convert to CoC. I'd recommend these above Devil's Gulch, as I found the latter a little less serious in tone (just my 2 cents).
Great to hear, hope to read them.
Aces & Eights: Ghost Town
Thanks for Aces & Eights helped a lot with equipment and prices for that time period.
I run "Our Ladies of sorrow" and it was my best experience as a keeper.
Can't wait for new things from Kevin Ross.
I get them with one of bundles. And goind to run after finishing one of current games,
We started, without thinking and prepping all beforehand. Just get some nice maps of territory and few photos for NPC
. All begins as a train heist to bind players a little together. It worked good they get some in game connection and understanding that there no Lone Wolf in Frontier.
Appeared quite hard to introduce default CoC
scenario into old west theme + frontier, so not too dig with lot a stuff I just put few hooks for explorations and combined plots for them.
Mixed a little Credit Rating rules, just for there no salary if you have no job. Added some accounting but we passed it in 15 minutes of gameplay. They get some gossip about gold deposits in mountains and some people were missing, few variations what to do. PC joined venture for wannabe gold miner and finished last session as Ghast
attacked their miner camp.