Christmas in Kingsport (Monograph)

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Front Cover

Product Code: CHA0334

Publishing Year: 2006

Pages: 66

Cover Price: $13.00

Author(s): Bob Brinkman, Ian Gorlick, Laszlo Dozsa, Oscar Rios, John Kennedy

Artist(s): Book contains minimal art

Setting(s): 1890s, World War One, 1920s, Modern

Format: MULA Monograph


Some time ago we asked you to submit adventures concerning the holiday season. This monograph contains five tales certain to scare the stockings off the mantle.

Silent Night Set in Arkham in December of 2001, this tale involves four investigators gathered to celebrate the season, the mythos far away for the moment.

The Gaudy The investigators are invited to Porterhouse College for a Christmas lecture series, and attendance at a great holiday feast called The Gaudy.

Christmas in Venice Sometimes the merest glimpse of horror is enough to trigger dire events which make your trip to Venice a nightmare to forget.

Christmas in Kingsport Snow falls over the seaport town, its winding streets covered with ribbons of white. Smoke rises from the chimneys with the smells of chestnuts, cookies, and roast goose filling the air. Once again the family is together again at the home of Great Aunt Norma.

A White Winter The period following World War I finds a world in change; an exciting time to be alive. Revolutions sweep the collapsing empires of eastern Europe. This tale is set in 1919 in Siberia during the Russian civil war.

Scenarios: Silent Night, The Gaudy, Christmas in Venice, Christmas in Kingsport (Scenario), A White Winter

Additional: Introduction, Player Handouts

Front Cover Text

Five Tales For a Not-So-Silent Night

Comments / Trivia

This book collects the winners of Chaosium's Holiday Season Adventure Contest. There is no ranking between the scenarios presented in the book, rather all of them are considered to be "contest winners."


Spoilers - Keepers Eyes Only

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