SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2007 - SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2007 SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2007 - TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 2007
TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2009
I remember too a certain Gilbert Magilacutty, cheese connoisseur and shaking veteran of the Great War. Such names my players come up with.
In remembrance I am compiling a list of ways to survive in my games. It will grow I am sure.
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And Arkham Paranormal society has lost three more members:
Reginald Wellington (Mother!?) Deceased
Molly Coupland (To the last… get the story)
Samuel (Cold-hearted hotshot) - Deceased
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Dr. Philip Monet (Seeker of the strangest truths) DECEASED
Dr. Daniel Laws (Walker in the mists)
Henry Spencer (Upon paths that lead to everywhere)
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Nine players showed up! Running the game with a crowd that big was a bit daunting and confusing at times and the action was slow to build but once things got rolling… well it exploded. Sadly the investigators failed to send the "thing" back from whence it came. Not only that but now they must explain a dead Sheriff and why they have his car, a dead farmers wife and a dead hobo as well as the death of a prominent Arkham psychologist. There are five in the party that are temporarily insanse (some choice ailments too!) and it was all for naught.
In the end they decided that throwing dynamite into the house at the beast nipping their heels would destroy him. Nope. but it destroyed the wards that had kept him confined!
Dr. Oswalt Latrell (Psychologist) - DECEASED
Dr. Daniel Laws (Antrhopologist) - Unstable
Scott Williams (Pilot) - Unstable
Elizabeth Borden (Investigator) – Alive
Tom Connors (Author) – Alive
Henry Spencer (Archeologist) – Alive
Sam Anderson (Stuntman) - Unstable
Jim Taylor (Student of Astronomy) - Unstable
Aaron Ramsey (Retired Pilot) - Unstable
Two of the investigators developed deviant eating disorders, one grew hungry for the flesh of the zombie he was fighting and so yes in this game… a human actually bit a zombie. The other one, well that was the downfall. It is unwise to reach into the middle of a banishing circle and pluck out the burning candles. Even if for some reason the burning tapers suddenly look tasty. With one move the spell was broken and the entity was released.
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This was the first investigation the Society took part in, and unfortunately for the budding organization it was a very costly one indeed. The members of APS were adept at uncovering clues however when putting that information to use they learned quickly that a determined and evil spirit is not to be trifled with.
Perhaps in some cases patience is a virtue? Running straight in, eschewing the group will NOT keep you alive… then again this is Cthulhu, the group likely won't keep you alive either!
Karen Flavin (brave but foolish flapper) - DECEASED
Albert Fisher (gazer upon stars) - DECEASED
Tracy Hewitt (reporter at large) - MISSING
Dr. Henry Spenser (digger in the earth) – temporarily insane
Dr. Philip Monet (seeker of strange truths) – worse for the wear
Dr. Daniel Laws (keeper of the tome) – lucky beyond his knowing
Such costs they paid for their curiosity but now as a prize they own a somewhat mouldered copy of the Liber Ivonis and some of the journals of the late(?) Walter Corbitt. What new secrets do they hold and what adventures await our stalwart survivors?
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2007
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2007
SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2007
TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 2007