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yock's Lovecraftathon: Onto Eldritch Tales

Posted by yockenthwaite in Blog yockenthwaite, 27 April 2016 · 31 views

I've just bought the Eldritch Tales collection of more Lovecraft writings, so will soon be resuming my Lovecraftathon series of reviews. I'm probably not going to review the poetry - I have a bit of a hit and miss relationship with poetry! And ditto the essays. But I plan to review all the short stories, both those by Lovecraft only and his collaboration...


Terror Over Tokyo 2: The Fog Village - Part 1 - The Doolittle Raid

Posted by Max_Writer in Blog Max_Writer, 27 April 2016 · 51 views

Monday, April 25, 2016 
(After playing the original Call of Cthulhu scenario “Terror Over Tokyo 2: The Fog Village” on Saturday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at NerdCon 2016 with Alex Bernard, Z. Logan Berg, Ebenezer McKnell, Bret Hammitt, and Michael Beal.) 
World War II started on Sept. 1, 1939, when Germany invaded Poland, beginning the war in Europe...


Minced meat

Posted by fluffy in Unseen Masters - Keeper's thread. (Players keep out, please), 25 April 2016 · 43 views

Poor Paul, he really has had some bad luck (!) in this campaign. Still his characters have been immersive and enjoyable. Maybe he is going for a record. I feel that Gregor may return.
Sometimes, I am sure that you have noticed, we give pause to the appropriate reactions that PCs 'should' be feeling.
This probably happens in your games experiences as wel...


Cross-Group Game Session for HotOE

Posted by Galbraith in Mutterings from Providence, 22 April 2016 · 48 views

I'm currently running two groups on HotOE , and they've just about finished the Lausanne chapter. Spoilers to follow. 
The two groups both, for very different reasons, had only one party member partake of the dream drug. One, because he straight-up tasted the green liquid before they had a chance to finish reading the Journal, and the other group out...


When danger reared its ugly head / He bravely turned his tail and fled

Posted by Emrys in Nightmares in Norfolk, 15 April 2016 · 73 views

The investigators have reunited outside the boarding house. This easy to manage state of affairs doesn't last long, of course. That would be too easy. 
"I think we should find as much information about these things as we can, as you say." agrees Caleb. 
"Starting with what the hell they are," interjects Mollie. "Because all we've got is that it'...


Player Characters.

Posted by hobbesgoblin in Case Files: Delta Green - Ops Team G., 12 April 2016 · 93 views
Delta Green

Apended here shall be character info, stats and skills for all the PC's. 
I'll try and keep these as up to date as possible, so that if we misplace a character sheet or have a tea related crisis, we can carry on regardless! 
Agents: Gibbs (NCIS), Gideon (FBI), Gilbert (FBI), Grace (FBI), Graves (DEA) and Grinch (CDC).


New Players sought.

Posted by Lengite in Lengite's Blog, 08 April 2016 · 93 views

I'm an experienced keeper looking to start a Skype/roll 20 Horror on the Orient Express campaign. The Auction as a warm up. I have 2 players already. I am looking to play every other Friday evening GMT from 7.30/8.00 until 10.30/11.00. My GM style is all about the group RP ing and building the atmosphere. Dark evocative description and the occasional out...


The Queen of Night (Arkham Gazette #3)

Posted by Khelbiros in Keeper Reflections, 05 April 2016 · 103 views

I ran (Kept?) 'The Queen of Night' scenario in early January 2016 as a one shot. This was recently published in Arkham Gazette #3. I think we completed it in over six hours. The scenario can be neatly divided into two halves – a rather dry research segment, and a more exciting second half where the players in my game were desperately try to find the lost...


2 games of Masks in one week!

Posted by ash in Blog ash, 01 April 2016 · 111 views

Tuesday The stars were right again this evening.  (SPOILERS FOR MASKS)
On this day March 29th 1925 my long suffering players finally met with the crawling chaos, Nyarlathotep himself.
After many years of leg work and i...


Princess of Bones Ebook For Sale £1 or $finagly equivalent or thereabouts

Posted by tammywilding in tammywilding's Blog, 24 March 2016 · 89 views

For the forseeable future!
Links via Facebook Book page. https://www.facebook.../?ref=bookmarks


Three Kings

Posted by golfsale in Blog golfsale, 20 March 2016 · 138 views

The team are introduced to N’s colleague C. C is dressed in a conservative business suit and looks like a civil servant.
– I do try to look unimpressive.
– Congratulations. You’ve succeeded.
– So you’re the head of Section D, but you’re called C?
– Yes, it’s to confuse the enemy.
– They’re not the only ones. – Jeeves, can you speak French?
– I am fro...


Cults Across America

Posted by Judgetrev in Judgetrev's Blog, 14 March 2016 · 164 views

Cults Across America I am still working my way through the Miskatonic University source book, hoping to assimilate the contents before I present it to the kids. I decided to dust off the old "Cults Across America" by Atlas games for this sunday's recreation. This is the first time I have played this game with 5 players, and it was a lot of fun. I would recommend this g...


Professional skills

Posted by Shimmin Beg in Shimmin Bloeg, 28 February 2016 · 203 views

How skills work is of course a much-chewed-over topic here on Yoggie. The BRP system is inclined to be somewhat swingy, and while usually more or less fine for the rules-light game I want, it sometimes produces results that feel unsatisfying. The most common of these are when characters who are skilled professionals nevertheless fail to do something tha...


Return of Our Heroes, Continued

To finish off the story of our heroes, such as they are: 
After a great deal of fumbling around, our heroes, not without a considerable show of reluctance, decided that they had to actually go and inspect the villa and mill of Aulus Calpurnius. This, they accepted, put them in some risk of actually, maybe, kind of, sort of, possibly encountering a M...


Snowscape - Session 5 - The Chase

Posted by windandfire in Windandfire's Blog, 10 January 2016 · 320 views
CoC 1-6e

Call of Cthulhu Custom Scenario - Snowscape
Players - Characters:
Lou - Keeper & Professor Thomas
Troy - Aguta
Ray - Caleb Weatherbee
Peter - Dr. David Whie
Mike - Dr. Nigel Kerr

Greenwald Village, Alaska
Thursday, August 29th 1930 - Unknown time

Aguta, Caleb, David, and Nigel crossed the frozen rocky hi...


BM 360

Posted by PoC in PoC's Yog Blog, 11 November 2015 · 465 views

While on a brief visit to the British Museum I took the opportunity to test out a small "360" (degree) camera, a Ricoh Theta S which I managed to acquire through the Amazon Affiliate scheme . The image quality is low (but then it is relatively cheap - especially when purchasing with credit) but it does give an idea of what may be coming down the pip...


Scenario 1 - London - January 1923 - 2nd posting

Posted by Caligulaa in Horror on the Orient Express - Total Recap!, 04 October 2015 · 460 views

Colonel Williams and Frank Patterson were clearly running out of patience. Who was this irritating mustache man who so eagerly watched their conversation with Professor Smith ? And why did he run away when he was noticed? Time to find out. They were getting ready to bust the door to the antiques shop "The Crescent Treasury " when Frank suddenly put his...


Latest episode: King of the Ghouls

Posted by nickedwards in City State of the Eldritch Overlord, 04 October 2015 · 398 views

In the previous session I had to improvise having left the entire prep work at home (or rather I thought I had left it last time and hadn't). Luckily I did have the Pelgrane campaign Eternal Lies and was able to adapt the Maltese episode at short notice. I already had necter and 'the mouths' from Eternal Lies worked into the plot so it wasn't difficult to...


Society Sheet For "Infinite Letters" De Profundis Game

Posted by BeachRubble in Do Not Prod The BeachRubble, 15 September 2015 · 468 views

A record of a tragic correspondence begins here: 


Sessions 2-5 LA and Mexico City

Posted by jeffpalmer in Jeff's Eternal Lies report, 03 September 2015 · 575 views

Sessions 2-5 (I’ll be brief, and try to post more frequently for those interested.) 
Session 2 and 3: Hollywood or Bust. January 9th, 1937 to January 16th, 1937. Approximately 18 hours of game time 
My players did a nice job of sussing out the clues scattered about LA. A confrontation with Buchwald and an interview with Clarendon on the stage of...

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