I'm reading it now (in the middle of "The Jermyn Horror"). That review points out something not...
Here is the first (very long) review Iíve found for it. He seemed to really like 3 out of 5...
Yoggie Patrons can now pick up the first game session of The Legacy of Arrius Lurco (actually, the prequel, "Naufractus").
My investigators have just got past the Cairo chapter of MoN, and with no surprise have made many enemies that have good
Repeated from another thread, but it's relevant here:
See http://aidanmoher.com/blog/featured-...ameron-hurley/ and
I'd never heard of such a thing until the other night when the DM mentioned one whilst we were discussing the app. Having Googled some images I think
And when the other players get sick of the troubles with the police and clue-trail dead-ends that are literally dead and so start trying to hold mr-tommy-bullet-storm
I dunno, I'm pretty shure I fear a slow, painful, elaborate death at the hands of a homicidal maniac more than failing, being poor, or anonymity.
I agree with DarkEther, sometimes you have to abandon reality for the sake of the game. As a general rule you can find extraordinary people who were
Thanks for the links - I've been searching around for some good background mood music for the game.
Much as we all probably had to do with the lowly kobolds in D&D by making a variant, you can teach them that not every ghoul is just a plain old ghoul,
March 17, 1922
As the group returned to Wilkes-Barre, they looked over...
In this scenario, the Investigators are summoned by an army commandant in...