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The Leprechaun


On St Patrick’s Eve 1921, young Aidan Ward accidentally freed one of Boston’s Degenerates. The creature then made its home in the air vents connecting Kilroy’s Butcher Shop and the Wards’ apartment. Its antics have put the residents of Green Street on edge: be it gnawed food stores, vandalised displays, stolen dolls and even Leprechaun sightings! Nobody suspects, however, that Aidan’s new friend hides a horrific secret.

The Leprechaun is a one-shot scenario for Call of Cthulhu 7th edition. The ideal group size is 3⁠–4 players, and the scenario takes between 4⁠–5 hours to complete. The story revolves around a young boy’s growing friendship with a monster. While the monster himself is friendly, things take a darker turn when it tries to introduce its new friend to its monstrous kin.

Content Warning: Light child labour, child endangerment, claustrophobia, corpses and skeletons, vandalism. Pregenerated investigators: Depression, nightmares, illness.

An accessible version of the PDF is included.

Pierre-Olivier Gagnon has a M.A. in History and has worked as a guest lecturer for UQAR. A veteran Dungeon Master, they have started writing scenarios for Call of Cthulhu to combine their professional and personal passions: creative writing, historical research, and art. The Leprechaun is their first published Call of Cthulhu scenario.

The Leprechaun has also been released in French under the title Le Farfadet.

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Jessica H August 04, 2021 12:18 pm UTC
Crisp, clean, entertaining and well written. I'm looking forward to playing this once I have a party together.
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Pierre-Olivier G August 23, 2021 8:34 pm UTC
Thank you for the feedback, I'm glad you've enjoyed the read!
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