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THE RUSTBELT: Tales of Tenacity, Tenacity, and Hope

From the back cover:
Life here is nasty, brutish, and short. The Rust slowly eats everything away. It wears a man down. Corrodes him. Changes him. Makes him do things he wouldn't think himself capable of. If you had to, wouldn't you?

It's a hard world, and you gotta pay for what you want. Sometimes the price is so hideous it makes you think twice, but it might be your only chance. The Rust whispers in your ear, "C'mon, do the math."

So, how much are you willing to pay? What are you willing to do? What are you willing to become?

THE RUSTBELT is a post-apocalyptic roleplaying game featuring:

What some folks have said about THE RUSTBELT:

"THE RUSTBELT is lean and mean. The laissez-faire, non-balanced character creation is excellent and totally appropriate; with the right Psyche traits, a one-legged stable boy could be the most dangerous guy in town. Fights are horrible, desperate affairs. I look forward to playing again."
  - Ron Edwards, designer of Sorcerer, Spione, and S/Lay w/Me

"The Psyche System is the most elegant model for human behavior I've ever seen in an RPG. And I have a master's degree in psych."
  - Jonathan Davis

"Psyche did a really good job of fleshing out all the characters even during chargen. One character started off as 'the Hulk as a mercenary in a Western' and turned into an immigrant who tries to buy acceptance, without sacrificing any of the player's original concept."
  - Josh Walchester

See also a review by Wilper on his blog!

160-page digest-size perfect-bound B&W interior

$22 + shipping/packaging/etc. Shipping has become absolutely nuts, and my former slacker way of dealing with it has become a liability. If you want to buy, please email me ( with your shipping address and "buying the Rustbelt" in the subject line, so I can calculate the shipping and let you know, and then I can bill you via Paypal if you're still down to buy.

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