Welcome to Sagas of the Wild West!

About

Sagas of the Wild West was inspired by a love of the classic television family western series such as The Big Valley, Laramie, Have Gun - Will Travel, and Bonanza, as well as many others. It is preferred that the characters are representative of these iconic heroes and heroines, created to fit the roleplaying story's timelines and themes.

Game Requirements

-- Ability to read, write, and communicate in English. No Text Speech Allowed in Posts!
-- A working computer or tablet and internet access (writing is done online).
-- Basic computer knowledge and technical skills (need to be able to navigate the internet to research posts, history, story ideas.)
-- Basic knowledge of the American Old West (c. 1800s) or the ability and willingness to research it using the internet.

The Setting

The stories start in 1875, ten years after the end of the Civil War. The primary location is a fictionalized version of Kalispell, Montana and Lost Lake Ranch. Some stories will take place in other areas of the United States and, possibly, other countries.

We will adhere to a cinematic version of the Old West. Major historical events and people will not be altered. Information and images have been provided with brief details on our fictional town of Coldwater Junction. You will still need to do some research for your characters and posts.

The Sagas

The plots of stories will range from action and adventure, morality tales, romance and character development stories. All game rules apply regarding language, sexual situations, and overall content. Keep it clean!

Rules and Rating

Ignorance is not bliss! It is also not an excuse for not following the site's rules and guidelines. Before contacting us or asking to create a character, you should Read the Rules!

Sagas is rated based on the RPG Rating System. This is a voluntary rating based on the standards created by the RPG Rating site. Click the image to go to the rating.



Language
Infrequent, mild swearing is permitted.

Sex
Mild sexual innuendo and references permitted.

Violence
Mild violence is permitted.

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Latest Chapter Posts

» The End of a Road

Chapter: The Long Road Home
Posted on Thu Jul 20th, 2017 @ 10:57pm by Adalwin Stahl

Marian Miller died at the crossroads. Stahl had feared for days it might come to that, though her injury had been less severe than that of the two others who were packed on that old peddler’s cart. He had feared it would when the fever prevailed, and her lungs would…


» Next Stop, Missoula, Montana (Part 4)

Chapter: The Long Road Home
Posted on Thu Jul 20th, 2017 @ 7:01pm by Jess Harper & H.G. Mercer & Quentin Cantrell

The blast of the locomotive's whistle signaled the imminent departure of the train from the station. The train pulled away from the station, gradually picking up speed. The private coach barely lurched as it began moving, obedient to the pull of the car in front of it. In fact, the…


» Next Stop, Missoula, Montana (Part 3)

Chapter: The Long Road Home
Posted on Wed Jul 12th, 2017 @ 7:18pm by Jess Harper & H.G. Mercer & Quentin Cantrell

Harriet opened the door, managing to not fling it open, and swept into the coach. Her steel-gray eyes took in the two men, one a bit older, taller and well-clad, the other wearing faded and dusty denim with a gunbelt low on his hips. She turned her attention to the…


» Summer's Legacy

Chapter: The Long Road Home
Posted on Wed Jul 12th, 2017 @ 6:52pm by Ezra Hale

Ezra Hale reined in his big grulla colored Quarter Horse. The gelding tossed his head against the bit, anxious to keep moving. Ezra spoke quietly to the animal as he twisted in the saddle to look out over the herd of cattle where they placidly grazed not far from the…


» Next Stop, Missoula, Montana (Part 2)

Chapter: The Long Road Home
Posted on Fri Jul 7th, 2017 @ 12:08pm by H.G. Mercer & Josephine Mercer

The Sacramento Carlton Hotel was much younger than the Misión St. Eligius which stood across the street from it. In its day, the St. Eligius had been a Spanish mission and a nobleman's villa. As Sacramento's population and prestige increased, it had been bought and converted into a two-story hotel…