A Policy of Pain (Scenario)

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Interface, Volume 2 Number 2

Pages: 16.5

Author(s): Chris Hockabout

Artist(s): Uncredited within scenario.

Setting: Near Future (Cyberpunk)

Appears in: Interface, Vol. 2 No. 2.

Campaign: N/A


Something is not quite right at the Green Hope Food Processing Arcology (Formerly the Death Valley Maximum Security Prison.) a major source of food for State of California.


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Jacob Crane, operator of the Green Hope Food Processing Arcology is a worshipper of Y'golonac who has slowly converted the upper management of the facility to the worship of his god. His current plans revolve around a grand ritual to summon the deity. This is either in competition or cooperation with a group of Tcho-Tcho worshippers of Y'golonac who arrived in the facility as contract workers. The Investigators only have four days from their arrival (for whatever reason.) to figure out what is going on and stop it.


Player Handouts: None

Locations: Green Hope Food Processing Arcology

Creatures: Cultists, Tcho-Tcho

Tomes and Artifacts: Revelations of Glaaki, Personal Logs (Diary) of Jacob Crane, Blue Milk (Drug), LeSade (Drug)

Campaigns / Scenarios: N/A


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Keeper Comments

Comments to Keepers about this scenario;

  • . The scenario provides options regarding the villains plans (The goal remains the same, but how they will achieve it differs.) and the relations between the main villain groups, this gives the Keeper some flexibility in setting up the scenario and enhances replayability.
  • One of the drugs mentioned in the scenario "LeSade" is detailed in Interface Vol.1, No. 3, finding a copy of this issue is probably very hard at present, but the gameplay effects can be easily worked out from context.

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