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yock's Lovecraftathon: The Alchemist

Posted by yockenthwaite in Blog yockenthwaite, 27 June 2016 · 15 views

I'm curious that this was written by Lovecraft at a young age, only 17 or 18. I'm intrigued to see what the writing style is like, and how well it works as a story. As I read I made brief notes, and will reproduce those here. 
Promising start, though perhaps a bit heavy handed on the descriptive imagery. As I read the opening paragraphs I feel a bit...


Student investigators

Posted by Judgetrev in Judgetrev's Blog, 27 June 2016 · 19 views

The Time to Harvest campaign dovetailed nicely with my desire to use the M.U. sourcebook rules for generating student investigators. 
A Time to Harvest is centered on the Miskatonic University.  
Making a student with the MU rules is basically the same as normal, but with lowered skill points. 
Players select classes and extra curricular a...


Same Club, Different Heroes, such as they are, in a Different World

So, unlike the Invictus game which was planned for a long, very long, time before it was dropped on an unsuspecting club, my latest campaign came about rather more spontaneously than I might wish. 
Our group has its roots in the gaming club of the local university, Iowa State. The student gaming club has gone on for years, more or less non-stop since...


Reading from my first book.

Posted by tammywilding in tammywilding's Blog, 19 June 2016 · 50 views

Well, my extensively edited and rewritten first book, with new simple title, is being read, by me, possibly quite badly, but for free, on YouTube! 
The link below takes you to the Playlist, which will grow as I add new readings to it. 


The King of Shreds and Patches Session Two Part 1 - Saving Shakespeare

Posted by Max_Writer in Blog Max_Writer, 11 June 2016 · 97 views

Sunday, June 5, 2016 
(After playing the Call of Cthulhu scenario “The King of Shreds and Patches” by Justin Hynes from Strange Aeons today from 1p.m. to 6:30 p.m. with Kyle Matheson, Katie Gallant, James Brown, and Collin Townsend.) 
After talking to the mad David Moore on the morning of Saturday, January 8, 1603, Vincent Hawksworth, Octavian S...


Keeping the ball rolling

Posted by Shimmin Beg in Shimmin Bloeg, 07 June 2016 · 77 views

So things have descended into a certain amount of inactivity on this blog, basically because my attention is elsewhere. I still plan to write up my experiences running The Perishing of Sir Ashby Phipps more thoroughly, but have been sidetracked. 
My main reason is that I've moved almost seamlessly into writing another scenario, also set in Gaslight...


Dreamhounds of Paris: The doctor will see you now (2)

Posted by GBSteve in Blog GBSteve, 17 May 2016 · 138 views

In Session 2, this happened.  
Dali wakes up in an arm chair, naked and cold from having spent the night there. He stalks back upstairs and still naked starts to paint on the great canvas in the attic that he had prepared some days earlier. In the cold morning light inspiration comes. The painting is off a forest but is somehow also Gala, picked ou...


Snowscape - Session 6 - Cabin

Posted by windandfire in Windandfire's Blog, 09 May 2016 · 177 views

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

Alaskan Wilderness
Thursday, August 29th 1930 - Unknown time

Caleb sprinted away from the oncoming...


Ring a Ring o' Roses

Posted by Emrys in Nightmares in Norfolk, 07 May 2016 · 137 views

Mollie has a decision to make when they get back to the cars - does she slap Caleb or shoot him? I do like a little foreshadowing. Don't you? Mollie: I have a decision to make. Do I slap or shoot Caleb?
Caleb: For any particular reason?
M: Yes. Six of them.
C: That you walked into on your own, with no help from anyone else.
M: No backup either....


Minced meat

Posted by fluffy in Unseen Masters - Keeper's thread. (Players keep out, please), 25 April 2016 · 153 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 · 129 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...


Player Characters.

Posted by hobbesgoblin in Case Files: Delta Green - Ops Team G., 12 April 2016 · 179 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 · 165 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 · 173 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 · 172 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...


Three Kings

Posted by golfsale in Blog golfsale, 20 March 2016 · 256 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...


BM 360

Posted by PoC in PoC's Yog Blog, 11 November 2015 · 538 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 · 543 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 · 459 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 · 542 views

A record of a tragic correspondence begins here: 

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