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 I’ve found for it. He seemed to really like 3 out of 5...
Sounds like the old film Horror Hotel, which was made into a CoC scenario in Coming Full Circle.
From that perspective it might make sense for the hotel to have always been owned by the cultists, or those in their power. There's certainly enough people
Look forward to hearing more, but what the hell; ordered anyway
Ah, gotcha. I suppose I did shortcut there, trying to avoid laying out an an entire scenario from start to finish... I'm long-winded enough at the best
Invent a marginally plausible excuse ("something he ate"), change the direction of the story for the session, have the players do something
Running some one shots sounds like a good idea - it will help you master the rules and also get a sense of what kind of games
There's got to be a great CoC game in here. I just haven't figured out what it is yet.
Another good point. The fact that we can today name most (if not all) of these shining examples and track their biographical details only underscores
Well, it just seems that acquiring ownership of the hotel in that timeframe and installing new cultish staff, barring supernatural means, seems a somewhat
Yeah, instead we keep finding more hints spread throughout the book that indicate that the connection does not end at char gen. The fact that this has
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Agents Nero and Nigel set out to acquire some “specialized...
[i]Keeper's note: I misread one of the sections in the module...