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Christmas in Kingsport Part 1 - Kingsport and a Party

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Monday, December 12, 2016

 

(After playing the Call of Cthulhu scenario “Christmas in Kingsport†by Oscar Rios Sunday from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. with Ashton LeBlanc and Collin Townsend.)

 

Snow was falling over the seaport town of Kingsport on Christmas Eve of 1927. The town’s winding streets were covered with ribbons of white. Smoke rose from the chimneys, the smells of chestnuts, cookies, and roast good filled the air and, once again, the family was gathering



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Intriguing sir! I LOVE seasonal scenarios, looking forward to this one.

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Intriguing sir! I LOVE seasonal scenarios, looking forward to this one.

 

Thank you!  I hope you enjoy this write-up.  If you ever play the scenario, I'd love to hear what happens.

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Great scenario! I love how the characters are described. I fully imagined them all. 

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Also, if you don't mind me asking, do you write professionally?

I used to write fanfiction based on video games and one day I found myself as a part of the https://essayshark.com/ bloggers. 

I was wondering if you too have the same experience. 

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Great scenario! I love how the characters are described. I fully imagined them all. 

Thanks!  You can thank Oscar Rios for that mostly.  I pulled the descriptions directly from the pregens he posted online (and in Halloween in Dunwich - it's the same characters).  Glad you liked them!

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Also, if you don't mind me asking, do you write professionally?

I used to write fanfiction based on video games and one day I found myself as a part of the https://essayshark.com/ bloggers. 

I was wondering if you too have the same experience. 

I used to write professionally.  I was an English teacher and a journalist at different times in my life.  I also still write reviews for Knights of the Dinner Table Magazine though I've not had as much time lately to do the playtesting for them.  Now I mostly write role playing journals and scenarios in my spare time.

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I used to write professionally.  I was an English teacher and a journalist at different times in my life.  I also still write reviews for Knights of the Dinner Table Magazine though I've not had as much time lately to do the playtesting for them.  Now I mostly write role playing journals and scenarios in my spare time.

Oh, I see, that explains your great skills. Thanks for sharing your experience. Looking forward to reading more from you.

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Oh, I see, that explains your great skills. Thanks for sharing your experience. Looking forward to reading more from you.

THANK YOU!  I really appreciate you reading and your feedback.  I rarely hear anything from anyone.  I have a ton of blogs on here, all of them write-ups of Call of Cthulhu games (though the older entries have become corrupted and aren't all there, unfortunately).  More are coming too - in October I hope to run Halloween in Dunwich (which is actually supposed to come before Christmas in Kingsport - something I didn't realize when I ran the Christmas scenario) which has the same characters.  One of my players has requested another Dreamlands scenario for our regular campaign as well.

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Also, if you don't mind me asking, do you write professionally?

I used to write fanfiction based on video games and one day I found myself as a part of the https://essayshark.com/ bloggers. 

I was wondering if you too have the same experience.

Oh, i used to work as a part of a thesis writing team

It was a great experience and helped me to improve my writing skills

And btw, nice topic!

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