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Looking for a relatively short game

Postby Hanith » Thu Nov 23, 2017 7:25 pm

Not quite at the point where I want to commit a few years to a single campaign. Currently, I only have the quick start rules and have only played "Alone against the Flames." This is mainly me playing to decide if I should buy the books for CoC.
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Re: Looking for a relatively short game

Postby evil_scientist » Thu Nov 23, 2017 7:40 pm

Try asking HoneyDog whether he is taking any more players for his commencing game: viewtopic.php?f=39&t=6192

(Edit: I don't guarantee anything, this game is not run by me! but it's a possibility, as the game is only about to start)
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Re: Looking for a relatively short game

Postby Hanith » Thu Nov 23, 2017 7:43 pm

Thanks for the lead.
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Re: Looking for a relatively short game

Postby Hanith » Fri Nov 24, 2017 8:48 am

No dice on that one. Still up for recruitment.
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Re: Looking for a relatively short game

Postby Mr. Handy » Fri Nov 24, 2017 8:57 am

Welcome, Hanith! I've validated you, so now you can post on the game boards.

You'd be welcome to join my games. I'm running a scenario I call The Horror in the Blackout, set in London in September 1940. This is the fifth scenario in my Doctor Who/Call of Cthulhu campaign, but you don't need to know anything about Doctor Who or the first four adventures to play. If you do want to read the first four adventures, you can find them in the Hall of Fame via the links in my signature. The recruitment thread for The Horror in the Blackout is here, and the forum for it is here. The game started earlier this year, so there's some catching up to do. There are a lot of players in it already, but I think I can squeeze in another. While it is part of a lengthy campaign, the way it is structured, you can just play in a single scenario. If you choose to play the next one, you can play as a different character in a different time and place.
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Re: Looking for a relatively short game

Postby HelplessBystander » Sat Nov 25, 2017 3:58 am

Hi! My game Dead Men Walking is also currently on the lookout for new players. This scenario hasn't really gotten a lot of traction yet, but I can definitely get you into the game with minor difficulty thus far. I had included some flavor settings and rules for psychic abilities for a 1920s China scenario where the PCs gets to investigate the strange happenings around Peking city (now known as Beijing) before the Festival of The Dead takes place. The scenario should probably take about four-to-five acts to finish depending on certain acts of player choice.

The character creation process may be relatively daunting for a new player, but it shouldn’t be that hard overall, and there’s no requirement on pree-existing knowledge of 1920s China.

You're most welcome to take a look. :)
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