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But this situation seems unlikely, as the people in charge of the smaller settlements which apparently are the ones actually producing anything of value would easily take advantage of a sign of weakness from Uncle, such as leaving the Chateau unguarded.
Posted By: Michael LoyRe: gasolineIt's clear to me that gasoline is, by default, adequately plentiful in the apocalypse world. I guess maybe that's a stumbling block for you, but I'm pretty sure we're supposed to ignore scarcity for that unless otherwise discussed. The characteristic line is "the Golden Age Past did leave us two things: enough gasoline, enough bullets."
Posted By: Michael Loygas and stuffYes, we have trucks. Not a whole hell of a lot of them, but enough to move the men and their supplies. They're big trucks, though (Michael's mentioned a 4-tonner, and I've been thinking deuce and a halfs), and I imagine the rides are cramped, so not many are needed.
Posted By: Christopher WeeksThestuffowned by the PCs is probably more valuable (more likely targets) than The Chateau itself. My lab, Navarre's guns, Marlene's assault hovercraft, Gritch's glove, etc.