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The Curse of Nineveh (spoilers) -- After The End

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#1 Laraqua


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Posted 31 December 2017 - 06:33 AM

So I started the campaign without fully reading the last couple chapters and I'd assumed that winning against Nabu would cause some timey-wimey Yog-Sothothy goodness that will put things back the way they were.... Turns out that isn't the case at all! Now I kinda like that they have to live with the consequences, but as I will be following up these adventures with several other campaigns in an ongoing string of games eventuating in Achtung Cthulhu, I really need to think about what these consequences may be.

So how would you handle the King eating a whole bunch of wealthy and important souls? What if the Garden Party slaughter and disappearances happens? I'm thinking that the disappearances will be considered *unmade* from the timeline from the moment of their destruction, so no one recalls it happens. And the momentary great sanity loss could cover up a lot of the revelations but ... what else?
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#2 Lisa


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Posted 02 January 2018 - 07:37 AM

I've not yet read this one, but one idea popped into my head. What if only the investigators remembered how things were before the change?

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