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Publisher: Pelgrane Press
Product Code: PELGT11
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)
Your friends cannot be trusted, your knowledge means nothing, and everything you hold dear turns to dust.
Blending Lovecraft with Hitchcock, The Watchers In The Sky is the new adventure from Graham Walmsley, the author of The Dying of St Margaret’s.
A madman feeds the birds, paranoid they are watching him. Later, the same strange birds stare from the rooftops, warping the laws of physics and chemistry. And, when the Investigators dissect one of the creatures, they find something monstrous inside.
The Watchers introduces a new and unknowable Mythos entity. Written in the Purist style, there is no glory in fighting the Mythos, only madness and despair. The more you discover, the more the Mythos infects your mind. It will also destroy your family, your friends and everyone you love.
The Watchers is a must for Keepers who like their fun bleak!
Scenarios: The Watchers In The Sky (Scenario)
Front Cover Text
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Back Cover Text
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Comments / Trivia
Playtesters: Scott Dorward, Simon Rogers, Alex Fradera, Adam Kelly, Marcus Tsong, Jessica La Garde, Jessica Tirocke, Josh Halko, Erica Dahl, Jason La Garde, Guy Sodin, Åke Nolemo, Michael Ericsson, Magnus Hammarsten, Magnus Jungenstam, Karin Johansson, Christopher Smith Adair, Arianne Adair, Patrick Loveland, Jay Mueller, David Ruiz, Francisco Molina, Steve Girard, Carlo Gozzi, Hugues Audet, Joe Madigan, Vince Fisher, Aaron Wallenius, Josh Ford, Shannon McNamara, Morgan Hua, Lena Budovskaya, Forrest Hetherington and Scott Tooker.
Rydal (the setting for the scenario) is a real town in the Lake District, although it is a beautiful village, not a dilapidated mining community.
Spoilers - Keepers Eyes Only
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