Fb2 Secrets (Call of Cthulhu) ePub
by Paul Carrick,Brian M. Sammons
|Author:||Paul Carrick,Brian M. Sammons|
|Publisher:||Chaosium (June 1, 1997)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1575 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1364 kb|
|Digital formats:||txt rtf mbr lrf|
The scenarios in this book are uninspired and aren't much good for anyone with even a modicum of experience as a gamemaster.
If you are looking for modern era scenarios, check out Unseen Masters or, better yet, Pagan Publishing/Arc Dream's excellent Delta Green campaign setting. The scenarios in this book are uninspired and aren't much good for anyone with even a modicum of experience as a gamemaster.
Call of Cthulhu RPG SeriesBrian M. Sammons Neal Sutton, Paul McConnell. Fearful Passages (Call of Cthulhu). Sammons. Secrets of Los Angeles: A Guidebook to the City of Angels in the 1920s (Call of Cthulhu Roleplaying) (Call of Cthulhu Roleplaying) (Call of Cthulhu Roleplaying). Neal Sutton, Paul McConnell. Curse of Cthulhu: A Campaign of Desperate Struggle Against the Brotherhood (Call of Cthulhu 1920s, No. 3306). GURPS Cthulhupunk: Ancient Horror Crawls into the Dark Future.
Brian M. Sammons Ran PauL Carrick aan SECRETS Four One-Session Fright-Night Adventures by Brian M. .Secrets is published as a supplement to Call of Cthulhu®, Chaosium In. s trademarked roleplaying game of horror and wonder.
Secrets is published as a supplement to Call of Cthulhu®, Chaosium In. Similarities between characters in this book and persons living or dead are entirely coincidental.
Secrets (Call of Cthulhu). 156882100X (ISBN13: 9781568821009). Call of Cthulhu RPG (1 - 10 of 275 books). Books by Brian M. Mor. rivia About Secrets. Sammons - Writer
Brian M. Sammons - Writer. His game work is mostly for the Call of Cthulhu game and includes scenarios for Secrets, The San Francisco Guidebook, Doors to Darkness, The Things We Leave Behind, and more.
Brian Burnham is the manager of the First National Grocery Store in Innsmouth. His disappearance is crucial for Jack’s arrival to town. Brian Burnham is a family friend of Arthur Anderson, the regional manager of the First National, who gave him the job in Innsmouth. While not really happy because of where he is stationed, he doesn’t seem to care that much.