That, sir, is one hell of a first post!
I like the anne rice books as a background.
Damn you, Malcolm... now I won't feel right 'til I run out and pick up a corkboard for the MoN game I'm running.
This is actually perfect, as I've been trying to come up with a way to keep my players' thoughts collected vis a vis the various scattered plot threads that campaign throws at you.
Legs, yes. Bowtie - cool. I can buy a fez.
Attend the Theatre... LIKE A BOSS
Visit an Asylum... LIKE A BOSS
Sneak in a shop... LIKE A BOSS
Get shot by a farmer... LIKE A BOSS
Ride on trains... LIKE A BOSS
Go to Carcosa... LIKE A BOSS
Song of my soul, my voice is dead;
Die thou, unsung, as tears unshed
Shall dry and die in
Like a boss.
Frankly, no one should be walking away from the smoking end of an elephant gun. ...Except maybe a really hard elephant.
The Old Ones
Glad you like it! My players were very motivated through the whole campaign. The reason I guess is that it's one of the best campaigns ever and I'm a kick-ass Keeper. One of my players is taking over my role with MoN, guess we'll give a try to create something similar.
Could have emphasized the background more actually... you can find Frazer's Golden Bough (acquirable in ToK), possibly everything by Lovecraft and as I recall, various books of Aleister Crowley on that shelf.
I must be being dim. I... don't get it. Cork board? Anne Rice? Am I not seeing a photo, or a link or something? And what does 'like a boss' mean??
And "like a boss" is a highly irritating internet meme (if that isn't a tautology).
Ah, thanks. Time to investigate which of my Chrome extensions is preventing me from seeing it in non-Incognito Mode. However... good job, Mr. Quarrie!
Bookhounds of London: Gaia Screams - A Trail of Cthulhu campaign