So... I'm setting up to run a new online game. It'll be a "weird west" style game - think the traditional Wild West with cursed burial grounds and ghosts of cow-boys done been strung up fer stealin some horses and the like - run using Tiny Gunslingers (a Tiny D6 game).
I know that I want it to be set in Arizona, specifically in and around Tombstone (although I'm going to remake it a bit and call it something else, just to purge out the historical elements; I don't want to have to NPC Wyatt Earp or Curly Bill Brocius, for instance). But I also want to have a remade version of Deadwood at hand; I was thinking of moving Deadwood into the Dragoon mountains just north of Tombstone, but I'm wondering if that might be diverting TOO far from reality; I want the game to feel like the wild west, not some fantasy western setting I've come up with.
So here's my question to you, oh happy jackers:
Would you rather play in a fictitious Arizona where the town of Gravestone (based on Tombstone) sits atop a plateau in the southern Arizona desert, about a day or two's travel away from Driftwood (based on Deadwood) nestled in the Dragoon mountains, or would you rather play in a fictitious Arizona where the town of Gravestone sits atop a plateau in the southern Arizona desert and is made up of equal parts Tombstone and Deadwood?