Thoughts on various other games.
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
(After playing Todd’s Call of Cthulhu “Masks of Nyarlathotep” game with Rob, Adam, Jake, and Melissa from 7 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. Tuesday.)
Edmund Pewterschmidt’s Journal
Thursday, Feb. 12, 1925. 8 p.m.
Elsie is still missing. It has been hours since she vanished.
Mr. Vimes, Mr. Pickens, and I discussed what to do about the missing woman. We told Mr. Vimes our theory that she went into the house next
We left the house and took a taxicab back to the Savoy, where we went up to Professor Campbell’s room. Mr. Pickens knocked.
“Who is it?” Professor Campbell’s voice asked rather quietly.
“It’s us,” Mr. Vimes said.
“Yeah, it’s us,” Mr. Pickens said.
“Oh, hi,” Professor Campbell called.
The door opened.
“You got a painting,” Mr. Vimes said.
“Yeah, you got a painting?” Mr. Pickens said.
We discussed the fact that a cult could have been involved in the massacre of the Carlyle Expedition but I pointed out that the only evidence we’d seen was the cult in New York City.
“This is pretty good evidence, right here,” Mr. Vimes said, pointing at the painting.
“This is disturbing,” I said.
“Sammy was actually there,” Mr. Vimes said.
“I was actually there,” Mr. Pickens agreed.
“This cult,” I said, pointing to the painting,
Monday, June 6, 2011
(After playing Eric’s Call of Cthulhu game with Brian, Nathan, Brooke, Melissa, Allie, Ruben, and Robert from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday)
Excerpt from “Where My Life Went So Terribly, Terribly Wrong: The Autobiography of Lord Peregrine Bertie, 11th Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven,” Volume 2, Chapter 3, ghostwritten by Winston Jeeves, his butler and valet
It is at this point in this account in which I, Winston Jeeves, butler of Lord
I suggested that we might talk to James Welch, the freemason who had not been allowed to purchase from Mr. Whittaker, according to what Inspector Pembroke found.
I announced that dinner would be fish at 6 p.m. Sister Mary Bernadette asked if she could take her meal in her room and I told her that would be no trouble. M. Valois asked if she were feeling well and questioned her on whether it was mental, physical, or perhaps spiritual trouble.
“Perhaps you have been