Asset. Hand

Item. Weapon. Firearm. Illicit.

Cost: 3. XP: 2.


Uses (3 ammo).

Spend 1 ammo: Fight. You may use instead of for this attack and you get +2 skill value. This attack deals +1 damage. Ignore the aloof keyword for this attack.

After you fail a skill test while parleying with an enemy: Put British Bull Dog into play from your hand.

Pixoloid Studios
The Feast of Hemlock Vale Investigator Expansion #77.
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This card is the definitive nail in the coffin for Sharpshooter which was already a weak pick to slot into your deck. All the investigators who can get this card are shooting at a 6+, not including any passive boost, and synergizing with any skill commit that has the icon. Compared to the Ornate Bow it also has the added benefit of keeping your other hand free. Great include for both Sefina Rousseau and Wendy Adams for extra enemy management.

Ignoring the aloof is icing on the cake. It allows you to take care of annoying birds of all sizes while saving an engage action, and the potential to put it out for free when you tried to bluff to them that you are also a bird.

Or you can take potshots from the safety of your Hiding Spot.

Ahoge-dono · 17
Wendy is all: — MrGoldbee · 1415
Rather than a nail in the coffin, I'd sooner think this gun lets sharpshooter decks be a real thing. The problem with sharpshooter as people noted was if you didnt draw it and only had foot you'd be hooped. Similarly one gun isn't going to solve your enemy problem for the whole game. But this way you have four cards in your deck that let you fire guns effectively until you draw into the other one. — Spamamdorf · 4
There are 3 rogues with sub-4 agility and 5 non-rogues with access to Birtish Bull Dog 2 and sub-4 agility. Only just over half the eligible users actually have a good agility stat. — OrionAnderson · 45
Am I wrong in assuming the +2 stat can be added to either combat or agility? — Ahoge-dono · 17