The Things We Leave Behind

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Front Cover

Publisher: Stygian Fox

Product Code: TTWLB

Publishing Year: 2016 (August)

Pages: 136

Cover Price: TBA

Author(s): Jeff Moeller, Brian Sammons, Simon Brake, Scott Dorward, Oscar Rios

Artist(s): Anton Raath (cover), Stephanie McAlea (cover, maps, interior), Davide Como (interior), Badger McInnes (handouts), Dean Engelhardt (handouts)

Layout: Badger McInnes

Setting(s): Modern

Format(s): Softcover and PDF

ISBN: #########-#

Contents

The Things We Leave Behind is an anthology of six modern day scenarios for the Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition roleplaying game published by Chaosium, Inc., edited by Jeff Moeller, and written by Brian M. Sammons, Scott Dorward, Simon Brake, Oscar Rios, and Jeff Moeller. Art by Davide Como, Dean Engelhardt and Stephanie McAlea.

The scenarios in this book can be used with previous versions of the world's greatest horror roleplaying game.

Taking as its inspiration cues from Delta Green, Fargo, Blood Simple and True Detective, the book takes a mature look at the horror of human nature and its ability to be just as disturbing as anything from the Mythos.

The scenarios deal with unavoidable fates, abductions, murders, heresy, dark secrets, powerful forces, and seriously bad choices made by the antagonists. As so often is the case, there are no winners when fate has trapped you in a dice game for doom or destiny.

As such, please be aware that some of the themes are quite mature and are suitable for adult gamers only.

Scenarios: Ladybug, Ladybug, Fly Away Home (Moeller), Forget Me Not (Sammons), Roots (Brake), Hell in Texas (Dorward), The Night Season (Moeller), Intimate Encounters (Rios)

Front Cover Text

For Mature Gamers

Six Adventures Into Horror and the Unknown

Back Cover Text

The Things We Leave Behind is an anthology of six modern day scenarios for the Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition roleplaying game published by Chaosium, Inc., edited by Jeff Moeller, and written by Brian M. Sammons, Scott Dorward, Simon Brake, Oscar Rios, and Jeff Moeller. Art by Davide Como, Dean Engelhardt and Stephanie McAlea.

The scenarios in this book can be used with previous versions of the world's greatest horror roleplaying game.

Taking as its inspiration cues from Delta Green, Fargo, Blood Simple and True Detective, the book takes a mature look at the horror of human nature and its ability to be just as disturbing as anything from the Mythos.

The scenarios deal with unavoidable fates, abductions, murders, heresy, dark secrets, powerful forces, and seriously bad choices made by the antagonists. As so often is the case, there are no winners when fate has trapped you in a dice game for doom or destiny.

As such, please be aware that some of the themes are quite mature and are suitable for adult gamers only.

for Call of Cthulhu Modern Era

RPG Guidance: M -- Contains Mature Themes

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