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As an update: my player turned about when he saw the vultures (I had them be Blood Vultures) perched in the Quiet Valley, as he said he wanted to avoid any more beasts after the Cave Hyena attack. He met Gobias Potter, who warned him he'd have to pay for any pots broken. My player said he had no silver (true), so Gobias told him where he could find some: he said the well next to his hut was a secret emergency access shaft to the Collapsed Mine, which contained a lot of silver!

I planned to use the Mörk Borg module called 'This Hell of Mine' as the interior of the mine: you will see I think it fits quite well to the layout and theme of Bonesome Gulch!

There's also a series of paintings in the mine which I was going to use as a prequel to 'The Blood Moon Vernissage'. 

However, as my player descended the rope into the shaft, I made him do a GRIT check to successfully descend. He failed. I made him do a SLICK check to see if he re-caught the rope. He failed. I made him do a GRIT check to see if he landed without taking damage. He failed. I made him roll 2d6 for damage, following the falling damage rules from classic D&D. He was mortally wounded. I made him roll a Death Check...he died!

That should have been the end of the story, but I had him wake up again aboard the Organ Rail! Gobias told the law-men where he was, they dug him out of the mine and the sheriff (who I said was Ingo 'No Mercy' Makarty from Fort Gullet) put him aboard the Morgan Rail and made a deal with Dr Vulchester: the doc would "patch him up" (with Gnomon blood serum) and be allowed to do "medical tests" on him, in exchange for being transported to Fort Gullet to hang. When my player woke up in the prison car, he was shocked to discover his arms had been replaced with Giant Eagle wings (I took this from 'Borrowed Time'). 

When he met Vulchester, the doctor explained he had used him as a prototype for the Harpy. Now Vulchester is dead and my player is heading toward the front of the train!

Hell yeah! This is exactly how it should go, absolute chaos and thinking on your feet 🤘 thanks for sharing!