GAME OFFER: Call of Cthulhu

shades of tomorrow lost

The gorgeous town of Kingsport is what dreams are made of. The burgeoning port town is as quaint and as pretty as a picture. Salty sea air blowing through your hair, stately Georgian mansions and brownstone houses lining streets, charming curios, shops, and mysterious libraries all around–Kingsport seems to be a town stuck in time. Take a trip to the town that’s almost too good to be true–but keep alert, or you might never go home again.

So, when I looked up the definition of Call of Cthulhu, I found myself standing corrected. I am not an Arch Cultist, I am a Keeper. A Keeper of Arcane Lore. Fancy titles, I like it. I’ll take it.

Anyway, I am once again here, looking for players to try out Call of Cthulhu on Discord, May 24, 2019, Friday, 8:00PM GMT+8–on voice-chat, discord. Only accepting 3-4 players. If you’re interested, you can shoot us a PM through www.facebook.com/greasysnitchespresents.

What is Call of Cthulhu?

Call of Cthulhu is a table-top, role-playing game. In this game, you and your friends create characters in a story set in H.P. Lovecraft’s world. You’ll be working together to uncover sinister plots and battle the Cthulhu Mythos, hoping to keep the end of the world at bay.

Each player takes on the role of an investigator, while one player is the referee – the Keeper of Arcane Lore (Keeper for short–and that’s my role!) who presents the plot and setting to the other players. Using dice and the Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition rules, we’ll determine the success or failure of your character’s actions, and build a story together.

About The Author

Lanz Frago-Crisostomo

Known to have fits of bloodthirst every full moon, Dungeon Master Lanz likes providing a challenge for every kind of player she encounters. By running one Curse of Strahd campaign after another, DM Lanz lived happily ever after. Everyone else around her, however, did not.

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