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During a sweltering August in 1881, one of the members of the Seekers of Enlightenment receives a letter from an old friend, requesting help in solving a family mystery. It will soon become a matter of life or death…

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Welcome everyone, please use this forum for OOC chat.

So far we have:
Mr Handy
Philulhu
Mephistophilis

While you're making up your characters, we can see if any more previous or new members will join us.
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aine will be joining us too.

New players might want to read the beginning of the last scenario, 'The Burnt Man', to get some ideas about the society and the other characters.
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Except for Captain FitzWilliam, who sadly won’t be joining us on account of going insane and being hacked to death at the end of the last investigation... :cry:
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There won't be any hacking in this adventure, I promise. There are, of course, other ways to perish.
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Well, that’s reassuring... ...
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I should have told you all earlier, but please list under your character bios any particular items that you have brought with you.
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I’ve updated mine.
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I've updated mine as well.
Doctor Who/Call of Cthulhu Campaign:
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Sorry guys, I’ve been really busy for work and it seems the notorious hay fever here has finally got me, I can barely see. I promise to start a new thread tomorrow.

Stay safe in these difficult times.
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Sorry guys, I've been full on with work. I'll start a new thread soon I promise.
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HoneyDog wrote:Sorry guys, I've been full on with work. I'll start a new thread soon I promise.
No problem. Thanks for letting us know :)
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No problem. Busy busy myself.
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We can wait :)

For the first time in over 30 years I am DM-ing 1st edition D&D on the table. It's via Skype and working surprisingly well.
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Same here. I've been crazy busy all too often.
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Working from home is not easy, especially with 3-year olds crashing my zooms. Today he clamped a giant clothes peg on me.

That D&D sounds fun aine! I've never played a role-playing game like that :cry:

New thread is up.... now.
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I played in an online two-session CoC scenario a few weeks ago, An Egg Out of Time, which was written and run by BenTheRat on Discord and Roll20. It was a lot of fun! I'd never tried playing online like that before, though I had watched a couple of weeks before that when he ran my scenario The Thirteenth Bak'tun.
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I’m playing Traveller RPG over Facebook Messenger with friends (replacing our pre-lockdown boardgame evenings). We’re sharing images via Messenger and we’ve got a Google sheet for all the complicated trading(!) but we’re not using anything else.
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RPG Traveler, gosh that's an old one too. The amazing thing is that we almost can play just using the audio; our video link is a bit sketchy and it really doesn't matter. We've just watched 'Colour Out of Space' so I'm hoping I can persuade them to play Call of Cthulhu for our next game.
HoneyDog, mine is 5 years old and we are reading The Forest of Doom; things do improve!
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It is, we’re using the 1981 version... :o

I’ve not seen The Colour Out of Space yet. I must track it down.
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'The Forest of Doom?' Is that one of the old Fighting Fantasy books?
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