The Ride of Vincent Vayne
Ride into Hell as fast as you can! Then ride out even faster! Grab your bible, sprinkle the holy water, and lock n’ load! The pits of the damned have been opened up as a demonic plague and eldritch horrors have unearthed themselves bringing damnation to the Wild West. Sin, gambling, and whores can’t save you. Noose and a badge are just as worthless. The heavy iron, silver bullets, and a bad attitude is your only salvation. Ride with Vincent Vayne through the 1830’s and into history as he goes through the country side bringing justice and judgment to the damned!
Warning: Content Intended for a Mature Audience
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