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When former President of the United States Bill Clinton heard that SEAL Team Six recovered binders with pictures of six hundred or more sexy women from the lair of Osama bin Laden, along with a map to the secret city where the women lived. Bill, the biggest horndog to inhabit the White House since John F. Kennedy knew that he had found his holy grail. The Binders Full of Women would be his. Unfortunately, Bill isn't the only person hunting for the binders and the path to the secret city.

Bill Clinton and the Secret City of Women is a ROLF! supplement that sends Bill to Aghanistan on a quest to score bigger than any player has ever done in the history of mankind. It contains three battle scenarios, six pregenerated characters, and lots of combat maneuvers and traits not featured in the core rulebook.

A copy of ROLF!: The Rollplaying Game of Big Dumb Fighters ;is required for full enjoyment of this product.

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August 28th, 2019
Bill Clinton is a nice player and a decent president tat has a nice family (Chelsea and Hilary) tat probably e loves them Te big expectations from him even when suported by Hilary are about decent peoples life Around Bush Family he was suportive and fr [...]
October 25th, 2012
This made me laugh out loud in a place I was embarrassed to do so. Such a clever scenario and a great introduction to the game. I love Steve's work, and this is a great product. I think it would be easily adaptable to any game system. Support Rolf! and [...]
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October 21, 2012
This title was added to our catalog on October 21, 2012.