How do the clues work?
That and the UNE NPC emulator are good for creating ideas and answering questions etc.
The NPC emulator is free at and does a very nice job of coming up with NPC's and deciding their attitudes etc:
I forget who originally recommended it (It may have even been yourself !) but there's an interesting PDf entitled "Mythic Game Master emulator" that you can get from Drive thru... it has some interesting ideas & tables to assist a solo game. Its not groundbreaking, but takes a quite nicely neat-yet-logical approach to randomising occurances in a solo game. Might be worth a look ?
It's a nice Idea, and a nice thing to do.
Nicely done, Jabonko. It's an incredibly important message, one that can literally save lives.
I used Techsmith's Captivate. (Work had a copy I could use for free)
Very cool. Love the L&O beginning. What software did you use to make the video?
Sounds reasonably interesting, but the description is a bit brief.
Are you nuts?
Oh, yeah, you are! Hurricane Cthulhu was spectacular, by the way. If this is the way you generate games, more power to you!
The fact is, CoC could really use some solid solo adventures.
Yummy Tiles Jabonko!.. Your prison setting sounds intriguing & like a whole lot of fun.
Is that a published module or something you came up with?
Congratulations on getting back into gaming.
Many congratulations on finding new players to play with! When the urge to play is great, and you have not had a chance to play for a long while, finding a group of players you can game with, is bliss indeed. I've recently got together with some old player friends of mine as well, so I'm also a passenger on the HMS Happy these days, as far as gaming's concerned.
Good luck with your upcoming session as a GM also!
I gotta admit. I'm excited to be able to join. This and Terror on the Orient Express were two I looked at but the other game was far too intimidating to join even if I were allowed (what are the logistics of suddenly popping up in the middle of a train) whereas this one has fun and easy ways of joining (possibly even later down the track - disasters have a funny way of getting people together).
Basically, I just love the symposium idea. Yay!