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  • Welcome Room
    A little area for new users to say hello if they don't want to post in the recruitment threads just yet.
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    Last post by carnage_lee View the latest post
    Mon Nov 23, 2015 9:38 pm
  • Players Looking For Games
    Please post here if you are interested in playing in a game here on Play@YSDC
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    Last post by Mr. Handy View the latest post
    Sat Sep 19, 2015 4:31 am
  • Existing Games Looking For Players
    Keepers post here to advertise openings in your game.
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    Last post by laitang View the latest post
    Sat Nov 21, 2015 3:02 pm
  • ... I'm Thinking Of Running A Game
    Please post here if you're trying to gauge interest in a NEW game, which you'd like to run on Play@YSDC
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    3559 Posts
    Last post by Quatermass View the latest post
    Wed Nov 25, 2015 12:50 am
  • Non Play@YSDC Game Needs Players
    Please post here if you have a game (that's not hosted here) that needs players.
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    242 Posts
    Last post by Syrinx View the latest post
    Sat Oct 17, 2015 12:33 pm
  • The Brotherhood of Death
    Rome, 44 BC: The long and bloody civil war is over, and Julius Caesar has emerged triumphant as the undisputed ruler of Rome. The Republic appears to have been saved, but all is not right. Dark schemes and intrigues abound, and unimaginable horror lurks behind the scenes. The Time Lord and his companions, along with various people living in Rome, are caught up in the middle of it all. Can they unravel the mystery before chaos consumes everything?

    This is Classic Doctor Who meets Cthulhu Invictus, the fourth of a series of connected adventures set in different eras and locations that started with The Terror Out of Time, The Ninth Planet, and The Shadow Over Dunwich.
    Moderator: Mr. Handy
    12 Topics
    378 Posts
    Last post by Mr. Handy View the latest post
    Fri Nov 27, 2015 6:14 am
  • The Dark Continent
    In 1880, Africa is yet to be fully explored. The source of the Nile, Lake Victoria, has been discovered, but much of central Africa is a blank map, ripe for exploration. The motives are many; scientific fame, economic exploitation, or even spreading the word of the Lord.

    Sir Archibald Winston-Smythe is a venerable emeritus professor of anthropology and history at the British Museum. Part of the first wave of explorers he is now far too infirm to travel again. And yet he has heard tales and talk from others who have carved deep into the Jungle. Rumours of depraved tribes and horrible cults cannot escape his notice.

    In good standing and influence, he has commissioned another expedition into the very heart of Africa, past Lake Victoria and to the root of these strange stories, ostensibly for the progress of science and understanding, but also to determine the truth or otherwise of the stories of such locales. This hidden agenda is only alluded to, for the full horrors that bubble underneath are not for the ears of the brave men (or women) who will go boldly where no civilised man (or woman) has gone before.
    Moderator: Supercape
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    Last post by Priest View the latest post
    Fri Nov 27, 2015 1:12 pm
  • Job's Beyond the Mountains of Madness
    To quote from James Starkweather, our expedition commander: "We will travel back to the campsight and last resting place of our colleagues from Miskatonic University, led by professor Charles Lake, some two years ago. We intend to confirm their amazing discoveries and to map and climb the Miskatonic Mountain range, reported to be the highest peaks in the world. Once we've reached those peaks, we will continue further. We will continue beyond the mountains. Beyond those mountains where we intend to perform an aerial survey of the lands on the far side of that range, into uncharted territory that has never before seen by the human eye. To uncover the secrets…"
    Moderator: Job
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    1981 Posts
    Last post by Mr. Handy View the latest post
    Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:47 am
  • A Dream of Japan
    The disappearance of a New York socialite might, on an ordinary day, simply become the subject of gossip column nattering and speculation.
    This, though, is no ordinary day. Veronica Chadwick’s disappearance is but a single link in a chain of events that envelops the investigators in a web of terror and madness that might end with their deaths – or might never end at all…
    Moderator: Priest
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    830 Posts
    Last post by kabukiman View the latest post
    Tue Jul 07, 2015 2:42 pm
  • A Star on the Shore
    August 1921, Boston.
    A dead guard at the abandoned chapel, a stolen statue revealing strange numbers and a burnt postcard. A strange night sighting by a Harvard professor only 2 days later has led to too many coincidences to ignore.
    Dr. Chambers is forming another MAPS team, and you have been called.
    Moderator: BenTheRat
    26 Topics
    1950 Posts
    Last post by Silver Priest View the latest post
    Sun Nov 22, 2015 7:00 am
  • A Conspiracy of Broken Minds
    Meet the would-be participants of The Carlyle Expedition.
    The year is 1913.
    The scenery may vary depending on whom we follow.

    Keepers of "Masks of Nyarlathotep" may recognize this as a pre-MON scenario.

    Follow Nigel Blackwell on the Congo river or meet up with Erica Carlyle for a Sundae at the Dairy Queen.

    Roll Camera!
    Moderator: Syrinx
    17 Topics
    121 Posts
    Last post by kabukiman View the latest post
    Mon Jan 26, 2015 11:22 am
  • Walker in the Wastes
    "In June 1845, two Royal Navy vessels, H.M.S. Erebus and H.M.S. Terror under the command of Sir John Franklin departed the Shetland Islands on their quest to search for and chart the long sought North-West Passage. Initially the expedition made excellent progress, but this ended when they were beset by ice to the North of King William Island on 12th September 1846.

    On 5th April 1848, the doomed vessels were abandoned and the remaining crew members attempted to head South to safety at trading posts in Canada. Unfortunately their trek was doomed to failure and all were doomed, so the public believe, to starvation, disease and the elements.

    Tne investigators are part of a long-term experiment being conducted in the Northern reaches of Canada. Sponsored by the University of Toronto and The Canadian Government, the plan is for a select group of experts and scientists to live and work on a permanent base on the Adelaide peninsula near the location of some of the remains of some of the Franklin Expedition members previously discovered."
    Moderator: Cearlan
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    275 Posts
    Last post by ghill View the latest post
    Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:23 pm
  • Vengeance From Beyond
    A book has been stolen and needs to be retrieved. A simple enough task, you think, as you get landed with the job. Or is it?
    Moderator: NFVD
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    62 Posts
    Last post by Tabs View the latest post
    Fri May 08, 2015 8:53 am
  • The Masks of Nyarlathotep
    In 1924 the author Jackson Elias departs New York to investigate the massacre of the Carlyle Expedition in darkest Africa. Six months later Jackson returns a changed man, he has uncovered terrible secrets that threaten us all and desperately needs your help, but is it already too late?
    Moderator: Raiko
    5 Topics
    141 Posts
    Last post by Mr. Handy View the latest post
    Thu Nov 26, 2015 4:51 am
  • TREMULUS - 'The Strangeness of Hezekiah Mason'
    Who is Hezekiah Mason? What is it about him that turns people away?
    Moderator: Priest
    5 Topics
    210 Posts
    Last post by Priest View the latest post
    Fri Nov 27, 2015 1:03 pm
  • Eternal Lies (Trail of Cthulhu)
    A decade ago, a band of occult investigators battled against the summoning of an ancient and monstrous evil. They failed. Now you must piece together the puzzle and finish what they could not. The stakes are high, and so is the price to pay. Can you do it?
    Moderator: Overlord87
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    43 Posts
    Last post by Overlord87 View the latest post
    Fri Nov 27, 2015 12:28 pm
  • Delta Green- Cell P
    You are not alone in the war against the Mythos. The problem is, neither is the Mythos. A game heavily influenced by the X-files, investigation and conspiracies.
    Moderator: kabukiman
    3 Topics
    195 Posts
    Last post by ghill View the latest post
    Thu Nov 26, 2015 9:24 am
  • Welcome to Silent Hill.
    A resort town in cheery America is a major holiday destination that sits upon the shores of the beautiful Lake Toluca. It's a fun and fantastic location with plenty to see and do whether as one of our many wonderful tourists or as brand new residents. Catch a film or theatrical production at Artaud Theatre then retire to Annie's Bar for drinks with friends. Check out the Lakeside Amusement Park and see the historical Lighthouse that is still in operation certain days of the year. Spend a romantic evening on the Observation Deck or an evening at Pete's Bowl-o-Rama. Or take a stroll through Rosewater Park.
    There's lots to see and do and that's not even mentioning White Claudia, The Order, skinned dogs, alien geometries that occasionally warp the town, nor the psychologically-induced misery and torments that spring fully formed into existence while walking the merry streets.
    Moderator: Laraqua
    Subforum: Earlier Chapters
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    Last post by Laraqua View the latest post
    Fri Apr 24, 2015 2:28 am
  • Misery Orphanage, 1941
    The world can be a cruel and terrible place. More so when the Blitz strikes down at London and certain key cities, when mothers and fathers go off to the front lines to get shot and killed or captured by enemy soldiers, and when a billet off in the countryside can suddenly end with news of the death of your living parents, or perhaps entire families, in air raid shelters or bombed factories. Luckily there are still places for such children. Orphanages where children can be protected and looked after by kindly women. This is one such orphanage ... or so you hope when you approach the cast iron gate.
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    Last post by royya View the latest post
    Thu Feb 19, 2015 10:46 am
  • War of the Dead
    War of the Dead is a campaign that takes your character from the first stages of the zombie outbreak and into a world forever changed. The normal rules of society, law, order, and decency are out the window. Gone.
    Forget about them. Luxury isn’t a good movie, a new video game, or finally affording that dream home. It’s being able to fall asleep at night, managing to wake up the next morning, and having survived another day without becoming a Living Dead. It’s being able to find food enough to keep you moving throughout the day, or something to burn to keep warm when the nights get cold. Welcome to the war for survival . . . the War of the Dead.
    Moderator: Priest
    Subforum: Archive
    21 Topics
    964 Posts
    Last post by Mr. Handy View the latest post
    Wed Dec 18, 2013 6:08 am
  • The Last Express
    August, 1939. With Europe on the brink of war, the luxurious Orient Express departs Paris for Constantinople, plunging a number of luckless individuals into a maelstrom of treachery, romance, and international intrigue. Join us as you attempt to meet your own goals or simply try to survive a storm you have unwittingly been drawn into. A self-driven game where you help mold the challenges, clues and dangers aboard the Orient Express as players take up a number of roles ranging from cultists, family members, tourists, spies, nobility, musicians, artists, rare book dealers, arms dealers to people desperate to get back home before the war begins.
    84 Topics
    2461 Posts
    Last post by Mr. Handy View the latest post
    Tue May 26, 2015 1:37 am
  • Fallen Lives Hospital
    There has been no word from a Nazi-run covalescent home in the Nazi-controlled south of France that is owned and operated by a subsidiary company controlled by long-serving members of the Nazi party as part of their aims to expand onto the conquered lands. There's probably nothing to worry about. There are a few people scheduled to arrive today anyway. They'll soon get to the bottom of it.
    4 Topics
    368 Posts
    Last post by Mr. Handy View the latest post
    Thu May 14, 2015 3:47 am
  • Escape from the UK
    Alternate future, post WWII apocalyptic game.

    More than 80 years ago, the war known as WWII broke in Europe, now, in the year of 2020 most of the world is a barren wasteland caused by the many nuclear and bio-weapon that were used by the Reich's empire of "Germania" to dominate most of the planet.
    You are simple prisoners on the British penalty island that was known in the past to be the United Kingdom. A chance to escape from the terror regime came up, will you succeed?
    Moderator: royya
    7 Topics
    435 Posts
    Last post by Papa Gateau View the latest post
    Sat Oct 17, 2015 11:01 pm
  • Paranoia
    You are busy working your cycle loyally in your assigned service firm departments.
    Suddenly your PDCs are bleeping loudly calling for your immediate attention. With a well drilled precision (or fear of consequences) you stop what you are doing and give your PDC your undivided attention*.


    Ah PARANOIA (or as the commies might say PARANOIA)…

    *Failure to close the thermo-nuclear coupling struts in section Delta four-0 results in the loss of over a thousand technicians. A security team has been dispatched to find the commie/mutant, traitor responsible…
    Moderator: Priest
    5 Topics
    172 Posts
    Last post by Mr. Handy View the latest post
    Fri Feb 06, 2015 5:34 am
  • The Train to Hell - A Grim Prairie Tale
    The year is 1867, the war that pitted brother against brother is over and some of the wounds are beginning to heal; the railroads are racing across the continent in a rush to connect the 2 oceans. The land is still untamed and the natives still a threat. Law is coming but the lawless roam free.

    A chance find by our posse on the trail of train robbers leads to a terrifying adventure of horror that spans time and space.
    Moderator: Papa Gateau
    6 Topics
    224 Posts
    Last post by Mr. Handy View the latest post
    Tue Oct 27, 2015 5:24 am
  • The Priory
    1943, the Welsh/English border. Sometimes that which is hidden is best left undisturbed.
    Moderator: Priest
    7 Topics
    199 Posts
    Last post by Supercape View the latest post
    Thu Oct 29, 2015 12:19 am
  • Titanic Horror
    In the late 22nd Century, there is a small human colony on Titan. Operational for six months, life is tough and challenging, but strange geological activity threatens to unearth alien horror and madness!
    Moderator: Supercape
    9 Topics
    350 Posts
    Last post by Supercape View the latest post
    Fri Nov 27, 2015 9:54 am
  • No Man's Land
    The Great War

    The year is 1918. For four years Europe has been locked in the throes of the Great War, the most devastating conflict in history. Technical innovations in artillery, air power, chemical warfare, and automatic weapons have changed the face of battle. When industrial mass production, universal conscription, and staunch adherence to Napoleonic Era military theory were added to the mix, they created the Western Front: a Hell on Earth where literally millions of soldiers have fed the war's hunger for blood. Far more died on the fields of the Western Front than men: a world was ending. The scale of this new War, and its barbarity, are staggering; at the battle of the Somme, which raged from July to November 1916, the British lost 60,000 soldiers in the first day, and total casualties for the offensive ran over a million men. As historian A.J.P. Taylor put it, "The war ceased to have a purpose and went on for its own sake, as a contest of endurance."

    The arrogant optimism that had inflamed the West following the industrial revolution, the idea that progress, technology, and enlightenment had raised Man (white man in particular) to the mastery of the world and a state of near divinity is dead, gassed and shelled into oblivion. The cream of Europe's youth learned first hand just how far civilization could fall.
    Moderator: CrackheadC.
    7 Topics
    186 Posts
    Last post by Ritterton View the latest post
    Mon Nov 16, 2015 11:20 pm
  • The Well of Sacrifice
    The Yucatan has long been at best a marginally explored region of Latin America. As one of the great centers of the ancient Mayan culture, it holds many secrets long sought after by historians and archaeologists from around the world. The investigators are a small group of explorers whose mission is to seek out and survey sites for ruined cities and towns on the peninsula. A long lost piece of information leads the group into a dark corner of the Yucatan. What will they find and can they survive the Well of Sacrifice?
    Moderator: Quatermass
    7 Topics
    250 Posts
    Last post by Quatermass View the latest post
    Thu Nov 26, 2015 2:08 pm
  • Achtung! Cthulhu - Fate
    April 1941- Vichy France.

    You are, you are assured, somewhere over France. But whereabouts, your guess is as good as anyone’s. Beyond the small windows of the Lockheed Hudson all you can make out is darkness, and one patch of darkness looks like any other. Suddenly that darkness is broken by five patches of light that seem to burst into life. Five fires that should outline the drop zone. Five fires that show you are expected, and that friends wait below.

    The converted bomber passes over the fires, then turns back.

    “Green light, good luck chaps”
    Moderator: Priest
    7 Topics
    158 Posts
    Last post by DrPeterson View the latest post
    Thu Oct 29, 2015 2:32 pm

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