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We Are All Savages

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January 1760. Six months ago, British troops captured Fort Niagara from the French, and with it, control of the Great Lakes region and the Ohio River Valley. Now snow piles high against the walls of the fort, and somewhere beyond the shadowy pines, something ancient stirs, woken by the European conflict.

This scenario includes six provided investigators for speed of play.  

 
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Geoffrey C July 14, 2020 1:16 pm UTC
I got to play this scenario at a local game store.

It was interesting playing in a scenario outside of what you would consider the 'norm' for Call of Cthulhu fair (Not another 20's CoC adventure). I really enjoyed the pacing and challenge this adventure posed as an investigator and oh boy did we get lucky in the end!

Ton of fun. Hope you enjoy it too!
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Matthew H July 14, 2020 12:45 pm UTC
I got to play this scenario at NecronomiCon.
It is quite brilliant.
It has aspects of straight survival struggles as well as the horror you'd expect from a Call of Cthulhu scenario.
There is a nice blend of pre-generated characters which enables good role-playing opportunities between characters.
People put off by the Seven Years War (French and Indian War/North American front) time frame should not be. This setting is neither less than more obscure than other scenarios set outside of traditional CoC time frames. A quick Googling will bring up enough basic material. Watching the films Black Robe and Last of the Mohicans will help too. (While not the same time period, watching The Revenant and Jeremiah Johnson will also help, at least with getting ideas for the aspect of dealing with the wilderness).
If you want a strong Call of Cthulhu scenario that does not have yet another mystery in 1920s Massachusetts, you would be hard pressed to find one better than "We Are All Savages"....See more
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