The Ghosts In The House

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Front Cover

Product Code: CHA0396

Publishing Year: 2010

Pages: 64

Cover Price: $12.95

Author(s): Alan Leddon

Artist(s): Allison Bua-Demus, Andrea Potts

Setting(s): Modern

Format: MULA Monograph

Released as PDF: Yes

Contents

The Ghosts in the House is a Call of Cthulhu campaign suitable for 3-6 beginning characters. The adventure emphasizes data collection and discussion over running and screaming, and thus it is suitable for beginning players as well as experienced ones. The first adventure is very long (it takes place over 3 weeks or more); the subsequent adventures are much shorter.

The campaign starts with The Man in the Hat, a long and involved situation involving the discovery and elimination of an alien being feeding on a creepy diet. Next is A House Full of Ghosts, a not-quite-triumphant return to the home to deal with the natural aftermath of the alien’s absence. Next is The Hole in the Attic, dealing with an unrelated problem in the home. And, finally, the campaign wraps up in The Last Gasp, which is precipitated by the discovery of what may be the egg of another alien. The Man in the Hat should take several group meetings to run; the other adventures should be easily wrapped up in a single session each.

Campaigns: The scenarios in this Monograph follow directly from one another, and are intended to form a complete campaign.

Scenarios: The Man in the Hat, A House Full of Ghosts, The Hole in the Attic, The Last Gasp

Front Cover Text

A Campaign for Beginning Investigators

Back Cover Text

THE GHOSTS IN THE HOUSE

A Call of Cthulhu campaign suitable for beginning investigators. The adventure emphasizes data collection and discussion over running and screaming.

It begins with an assignment to debunk ghost stories surrounding the Oak Grove Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in a remote section of Wisconsin.

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