Boston, February 1926. In the midst of a cold winter storm, a prominent local banker hires the investigators to travel to a local mountain resort to rescue his daughter from the unusual churches that have taken over the town. But the man's strange suntan hides a more disturbing mystery.
Sun Spots is a horror RPG scenario set in 1920s New England for 3-6 players that takes between 8-10 hours to play.... [click here for more]
He Who Laughs Last is a horror mystery RPG scenario set in modern day Los Angeles. The investigators are drawn into the mystery when their friend, who works as an assistant to a popular comedian, apparently commits suicide under suspicious circumstances. However, the police are unwilling to look into the mystery and multiple clue paths quickly lead the investigators into a deep and evil mystery... [click here for more]
This product is a supplemental Game Master's Kit for the Cthulhu Dark scenario He Who Laughs Last. It contains a number of tools that help the GM run the best possible game:
Pre-generated PCs: Eight pregens are included to bootstrap your party. Perfect for running a con game!
Audio Interview: One of the key clues in the scenario is an interview found on a cassette tape. This is the MP3 version... [click here for more]
From 10,000 years in the future to the streets of today's Los Angeles, this 80-page fictionalization of the He Who Laughs Last scenario follows a group of investigators as they uncover why their friend's supposed suicide was covered up.
Randy, Christine and Alex are 20-somethings from LA who have been asked by their now-dead friend's father to figure out how and why their friend died, and why the... [click here for more]
This product is a supplemental Game Master's Kit for the Call of Cthulhu scenario Sun Spots. It contains a number of tools to help the GM run a fun and creative game:
Pre-generated PCs: Eight pregens are included to bootstrap your party, complete with hand-drawn illustrations by Reuben Dodd and backgrounds. Perfect for running a con game!
Playtest Notes: Reviews... [click here for more]