William "Lucky Bill" Shamrock

Settler Trading and Outfiting


Big all over, including his mouth, William Shamrock — he prefers to be called “Lucky Bill” to his friends — is loud, boisterous, and seems to possess an inexhaustible supply of hot air. He’ll yammer on and on and on about any topic you care to bring up. Still, he’s always got what you need — so long as you have the credits to pay for it. “How much is it? Well, how much you got? Hah!” Historically, settlers and homesteaders came West in their own wagons. A classic example is the Conestoga wagon of the nineteenth century—the “prairie schooner” of the North American West on Earth-That-Was. The wagon was used for a one-way trip, then served as the basis for the new homestead. This was the theory behind the Bumblebee Class homesteading ship from Munroe Heavy Industries. Shamrock sales these ship to settlers, finds them pilots and engineers if they need them, and stock the ships with all the cargo modules. The “Cargo modules” are attached externally to the spire of the settler ship. These are not standardized; shipping crates, freight boxes, feed silos, water tanks, tractor mules, and tools are held in place with straps and occasionally cable netting, making the whole overburdened and haphazard and the oversized heat shield a necessity.


William “Lucky Bill” Shamrock
Agility: d6, Smarts: d8, Spirit: d6, Strength: d6, Vigor: d6
Knowledge (Law): d8, Fighting d6, Shooting d6, Notice d6, Intimidation d8, Persuasion d8, Taunt d6
Pace: 6(d6 Run), Toughness: 5(7/9), Parry: 5, Charisma: 2, Sanity: 5, Encumbrance: 31-60 (-1)
Edges: Strong Willed, Hindrances: Overconfident
Weapon: Semi-Auto Pistol (9mm) Range: 12/24/48 Damage: 2d6 Weight: 3 ROF: 1 Shots: 17
Gear & Equipment: Fine Ballistic Mesh Suit (2/4)4 AP, Overnight bag, Change of clothes, briefcase, Emergency Signal Ring
Residence: Bernadette
Contacts: Terrance Martin

William "Lucky Bill" Shamrock

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