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Latest revision as of 13:27, 4 March 2019

Front Cover

Details

Pages: 11

Author(s): Mark Morrison

Artist(s): Earl Geier, Phil Anderson (map)

Setting: Late 1980s (Modern)

Appears in: Dagon, Issue 18-19, At Your Door

Summary

The investigators drive about searching for clues regarding the missing Dr. Tait and uncover evidence more mobile than any sane person would bargain for.

Spoilers - Keepers Eyes Only

Players should not read any further.




Synopsis

In tracing Tait, investigators learn that the man recently bought a farm far from Samson. Harold Gall, the unpleasant former owner of the farm, also has a tale to tell, but truth of it is hard to learn. There's little trace of Tait at the farm but investigators discover a bizarre and dangerous life form created by Gall, a threatening sentient gel. If the investigators have no reason to suspect Dawn Biozyme before, they do after visiting the deserted farm.

References

Player Handouts: Book page

Locations: Samson and Delilah, California

Creatures: The Gel-Creature, killer plants, Dog-Thing, Horse-Thing, Steven-Thing, The Animal Parts Thing,

Tomes and Artifacts: None

Comments

Written in the style of T.E.D. Klein

Keeper Comments

The opening and setting are deliberately vague. Depending on the players, the Keeper may decide to run this as a detour in another scenario.