The next few articles will present character cards for these new figures that you can print out, fold and laminate for use with Gunfighter's Ball (TM). The finished card should be printed at 5" wide and trimmed 1/8" all around for a finished size of 4.75" wide.
MINNIEThe first new character card is for Minnie the Madam (GBF-89).
Minnie's not based on any movie character, but instead represents the type of women who ran the sporting houses (brothels) in the western towns. As you can see from the photos below, these ladies weren't the rare beauties of Hollywood films or the leggy, balloon-busomed "saloon gals" we've come to expect, but probably far more desirable as allies in a life-and-death fight!
Minnie carries a dagger in addition to her Remington Double-Derringer. It's important that she time her attack carefully, because she only has two cartridges in the pistol and the rest are in her dresser, which might be hundreds of paces away! Be on the lookout for weapons that can be pilfered from characters who are no longer in need of them.
Her Action Number is 1, so she only takes one turn per round. To compensate her for this disadvantage, she has a considerable hand-to-hand fighting advantage of +2. Use her dagger to bolster her attack, or position her where she can grab something more substantial. like a pitchfork, claw hammer, or bowie knife.
If you have a chance to add a pistoleer cards, "Lady" would be a good choice, as it would render her immune to attack unless she voluntarily enters the combat.
One last advantage. Animals instinctively sense trouble when she's afoot, so she might just spook the horse some gunslinger is using for cover!
A good old gal.