General notes on roleplaying games.
Henry Winterbottom and Father Shamus O'Mally head over to the cliff edge, which is 300 metres away, and look down the pathway. They can only see so far as the path curves around the cliffside.
Thomas calls out "Uncle Thaddeus?" He then pulls out his pistol and starts opening doors in succession. With Harold entering and checking out the rooms afterwards. He only sees some womans clothing and make up. He looks through the draws which contain womens underwear, and
Father Shamus O'Mally covers over the body in the living room.
Daisy carries on, through into the kitchen, which has a door with a small set of steps down to outside.
She notices all the utensils and notes that all the cupboards have locks on them. Looking in the pantry she sees it's well stocked.
Father Shamus O'Mally steps back into to the library and states "Jammi
Updated 27th August 2011 at 09:30 AM by Afraid of the dark
DO NOT READ ON IF YOU INTEND TO PLAY THIS SCENARIO.
YOU'LL RUIN IT FOR YOURSELF!
Ah, so my second attempt at being the Keeper. This adventure follows on from the prior adventure "Mr Corbitt."
It's set in early 1920, as only one month has gone by, and the characters, in order of the picture, are:
Father Shamus O'Mally (a Catholic preacher).
Updated 27th August 2011 at 09:31 AM by Afraid of the dark
Walther (cautious as always) doesn't need any encouragement and charges off,
straight out the front door.
Harold runs straight at Thomas, who's dropped the phone mid call, and got his pistol ready. Harold just hears the creature gaining, as the monsters got more legs than him. Thomas holds out
They can't find a lightswitch, so Walther (played as very nervy) is very happy to nip off to get Thomas's Carbide lamp. They proceed down, Thomas first, pistol in one hand, lamp in the other. They head down the stairs
Walther, as always, staying at the back. Opening a door, Thomas finds a lightswitch and flicks it on.
Updated 27th August 2011 at 09:32 AM by Afraid of the dark