Thoughts on Call of Cthulhu.
In this scenario, the Investigators are summoned by an army commandant in a remote part of India, seeking their help with some local problems. The letter is cryptic and uninformative, but displays a sense of urgency – as it should when asking a group of complete strangers to travel for a full day to a remote part of India. On arrival, they find that a mysterious jet-black figure has been spooking the local population by causing all manner of accidents, and are asked to track it down and see what’s
This is a spoileriffic review of Armored Angels, by Gustaf Bjørksten, from Fearful Passages.
Like Crash Dive, I found this scenario quite difficult to evaluate. Armored Angels is definitely an actual scenario, but it’s a very straightforward one. In terms of the collection’s transport theme, armoured cars are important tools in the scenario, but not central aspects of it, and could be removed without altering the plot.
The Investigators get a
This is part two of a spoileriffic review of Slow Boat, by Peter F. Jeffrey and Mark Morrison, from Fearful Passages.
You have to be handwave their freedom of movement: murder suspect Raven's allowed to roam around free, even revisiting a possible crime scene, while the tunnels themselves are still open to the public, even though a woman disappeared there and at least one unique archaeological treasure has been uncovered there.
Aline is already
Updated 12th March 2013 at 01:01 PM by Shimmin Beg
This is a spoileriffic review of Slow Boat, by Peter F. Jeffrey and Mark Morrison, from Fearful Passages.
On the whole, I found it a promising scenario with at least one intriguing NPC and potential for running an unusual campaign, though with a few backplot holes and a structure built around strong events that might be tricky to use effectively.
The scenario begins with a decent overview of canals, canal boating and associated matters, which looks very solid to me for
This is a spoileriffic review of Crash Dive by Steve Hatherley, from Fearful Passages.
This is a pretty hard one to evaluate because it's not exactly a scenario: it's somewhere between a training montage, a plot seed and a prologue. Crash Dive has the Investigators following up news of a valuable occult artefact, which proves to be somewhere in the wreckage of a light plane that crashed into a lake. They're expected to don diving gear and delve into the wreck, where they'll find the