A New Keeper Is Born!
Posted 22 September 2006 - 02:34 PM
The time has come for the release of the new project and this one is an absolute killer
Lindsay's game begins with this exellent first installement!
Read about theNew Characters here.
If you want to you can download the new audio via the podcast just drop http://www.rpgmp3.co...totkpodcast.xml into your podcatcher and it should be available for you to search for through iTunes very shortly (once it propogates through).
If you want to follow along you can pick up a copy of Tatters of the King from the RPGMP3 Amazon.com Store.
Please download and enjoy Tatters of the King Session 1
It was truely excellent to play and everyone thought Lindsay did an excellent job.
You are all going to love it
Posted 22 September 2006 - 10:56 PM
Violet's husband died several years earlier. A suitable mourning period has passed. Gin helps.
Maybe it's the fact that I haven't slept since about 6:45 am thursday (local time for me) working on a paper, but that was one of the funniest things I have ever read...
Such strength our young violet has...
Posted 23 September 2006 - 07:12 AM
It is October 1928. London: the capital of an empire that covers a quarter of the globe and contains a quarter of the human race. The population busies itself with its concerns of politics and government, finance and production, work and recreation. But how fragile things are. What ignorance there is.
For there are those who are engaged in quite different pursuits. Those who would see an inhuman power come to Earth that would make such activity seem merely a last dance before dying.
Over this winter [the] taint emerges as never before. The sensitive and the weak feel it first; few can know the source, but some welcome it anyway – experience in it a thrill. Artists find their work strangely influenced, and they mine this vein of creativity. Many exhibitions this season feature the saem images: a social gathering gripped by a repressed panic; a lake or marsh cloaked with mist; the presence of something that stands just off canvas. New fiction and theater bring scenes of upheaval and confusion that are never allowed to reach a climax. Seances and mediumistic exhibitions bring untoward results and end in disruption. And other people are susceptible to variations in mood: they feel new lines of communication opening. Some claim God is talking to them.
All feel the lure of the stars. Artists, musicians, and writers work at their windows after sunset, their curtains thrown open to the sky. The troubled walk the streets by night conversing with themselves, railing at interruptions. Madmen sit in their cells gazing where the Hyades will rise.
Tatters of the King is a complete campaign for Call of Cthulhu. Visited locations include Milan, Suffolk, London, Nepal, Scotland, the Severn Valley, and Bombay, Events here are best met with 4-6 investigators. Since game styles vary, allow for 12-24 sessions of play. The book is 272-288 pages. Written by Tim Wiseman. Interior illustrations by Ashley Jones. Maps and plans by Antony Fentiman.
Posted 24 September 2006 - 08:01 AM
Finally got a chance to listen to it, big fat fun. Sounds like it'll be a funny group to follow along, and Lindsay DMing is a treat.
The Valley Texan had me rolling...
I kept waiting for "Like, totally to the max, pard'ner..."
You know I loved the session Lindsay... I'm just bustin' yer chops...
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