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This scenario can be played as a follow-on to [[Thoth’s Dagger]] or on its own.
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Latest revision as of 23:39, 22 May 2020


Pages: 19

Author(s): William Hamblin

Artist(s): Lisa A. Free, Sherman Kahn

Setting: 1920s

Appears in: Curse of the Chthonians



The Investigators visit Rabbi Eleazar ben Zakai in Jerusalem. The Rabbi interprets a vision received by one of the Investigators using the Kabbalistic Science of Gematria.


Spoilers - Keepers Eyes Only

Players should not read any further.


The Investigators journey to the infamous City Without a Name - which actually has a name, Iram of the Pillars.


Player Handouts:

Locations: Arabia

Creatures: Chthonian, Ghost, Sand-Dweller

Tomes and Artifacts: Das Alphabet in Mystik und Magic, Kabbala Denudata, Sefer ha-Zohar

Campaigns / Scenarios:


This scenario can be played as a follow-on to Thoth's Dagger or on its own.

Keeper Comments