The Dance in the Blood (Supplement)
Publisher: Pelgrane Press
Product Code: PELGT14
Publishing Year: 2010
Cover Price: $5.95
Author(s): Graham Walmsley
Artist(s): Jérôme Huguenin
Style(s): Purist Adventure
Format(s): PDF Only
ISBN: (doesn't seem to have one)
There are monsters beneath the earth. You cannot fight them. You cannot run from them. And they are closer than you think.
In a forgotten corner of Northern England, between the rolling hills and tranquil dales nestles a village plagued by terrible secrets and subterranean horrors.
Every 119 years the village of Manesty is torn apart, its inhabitants massacred. It happened in 1697. It happened in 1816. Now it’s 1935 and horrific events have been set in motion. Swimming through the soil beneath the village are loathsome creatures waiting, impatiently, to rise above the earth and reclaim the land they believe is theirs and kill anyone who stands in their way, including the Investigators.
However, as with all the best Mythos adventures, not all is as it seems. The Investigators must uncover the mystery that has killed many and doomed others in the tiny village while struggling to keep their lives and the last vestiges of their sanity intact.
Scenarios: The Dance in the Blood (Scenario)
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Comments / Trivia
Playtesters: Steve Dempsey, Simon Rogers, Dave, Keary Birch, Pookie, Robin Poole and Will with the astonishing glasses. Geoff Skellams, Dave, Steve Dempsey, Simon Rogers, Declan Feeney, Bert Isla, Nick Helton, Richard Gillingham, Jonathan Goodyear and Abel Vargas, Morten Greis Petersen, Nis Baggesen, Christina Wodtke, Peter Fallesen, Jacob Zimmerman and Thomas Mørch, Alexandra Gödecke, Joachim Krisch, Clemens Huder, Nico Walter, Miriam Walter, Arne Gödecke, Guy Sodin, Vince Fisher, Joe Madigan, Aaron Wallenius, Jim Schmitz, Adrian Thomson, Leath Sheales, Angela Skellams, Jason Morton
"You might be interested whether the places I have mentioned actually exist. Most do. Keswick is a pretty town in the Lake District, popular for walking holidays. Castlerigg Circle is nearby, although the Blackstone Hotel and Keswick Hospital are fictional. Manesty is a genuine and tiny village, although I have based its grey-slate buildings on nearby Grange. Both Derwent Water and Maiden Moor are real, but the Maiden House is not. Everything is more pleasant in real life than I have described it. The monsters under the soil are not, I hope, real."
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