My first chapter i in the bag, I made a few changes, and have left it very loose on locations seen in the Entries, as a number have nothing to give.
I'm half way through the second chapter now, it is set in 1978 Tuscaloosa, and is an investigation in to a fire at the Old Bryce Hospital maintenance building. A number of bodies (adult and children) are found within, though local Government are seeming to suppress that fact.
The Delta Green team have very little power
Meanwhile, back in the hotel, Hames finally got out of bed. Fields notified O’Byrne, still tracking Bhrunt, and he ordered Harris in to intercept the subject, since Faulkner was still in bed. Harris thus left Hopkins alone with Drinkwater, who was still in the coffee shop. She made it back to the Marriott just as Hames was finishing up his breakfast and made ready to leave. He walked, supporting himself on a cane, but slowly made his way towards Central Park. Harris followed at a distance.
The new FG2 game got underway last night and following a few teething problems, just over an hour trying to communicate before finally agreeing that Skype was rubbish and that Ventrilo was a much better alternative, we did manage to get a quick half hour in.
The cast assembled as follows:
Weston Ford. A 21 year old Private Eye from New York City. A fast talking lock breaker with a healthy, or unhealthy depending on your view point, interest in the occult.
Mycroft Boothe. A
St Michael's cemetery, Baltimore. Saturday, March 1st, 1924
After some initial reluctance on the part of Wilson Buckenham (until he realised he'd be left alone above ground) the investigators crept into the tunnel, Theo Charles pulling the seal closed behind them (and then crawling backwards as there was no room to turn around.
The steep downward slope wasn't as difficult to traverse as they'd though thanks to there being plenty of hand- or footholds. At the bottom of the
Updated 10th September 2012 at 11:08 PM by Emrys
I don't know how many people use the CthulhuWiki (I hope it's a lot). Recently I've been spending a certain amount of time there, mostly categorising pages, beginning with Call of Cthulhu Scenarios. That's not entirely random; it's mostly because there are a fair number of comment threads on the forums asking for X-themed scenarios, or scenarios suitable for Y-type groups, or with a Z-based level of, um... A, I suppose we're back to. While the Wiki has a pretty good breakdown of the published