Sunday, August 14, 2011

027 - Body of Work 07 (Providence Cycle)

Skype of Cthulhu presents a Call of Cthulhu scenario. Body of Work, by Jim Phillips. Inspired in part by the novel The Big Wake-Up by Mark Coggins.

Providence, Rhode Island
Monday, October 27, 1924

The thrilling conclusion to Body of Work! The investigators are reunited in a desperate attempt to rescue Ana from her captor. But what awaits them is far more terrifying that anything they have previously encountered, as they are forced to make a choice which will blast their sanity and affect the fate of the entire world.



Jonathon M. Johnson said...

Great episode.

The group did a great job, ok other than crashing and not being able to fire a tommy gun. LOL

This episode was a bit confusing having Toni and Randall in the same episode; to me they sound the same. Though it did help out a bit when Jim would call off their names before they spoke.

Love the backstory of some of the players so far, especially Reverend Gibson DuBose; ex-racecar driver, now priest. Plus was helpful that Mike kept the last name of his character to help us listeners identify who he was, though his voice is very distinct.

Very interesting and gutsy move by Jim with the first group slaying on the beach. I made comments about doing this maneuver in adventures and short films, but people would say that that was distasteful and should not be done; why… if it is in the heart of the killer/person, then do it.

Good cliffhanger to move onto the next Providence Cycle, Slaves to the Cause, which is only 9 hours and 30 minutes. Whew…


Jonathon M. Johnson

Randall WiseWolf Padilla said...

I think that is the final chapter on the provide cycle. I hope you liked it.

Funny that you confuse our accents, I guess we have played together for so long that it is easier for us to get the different accents and tone of voices than for someone "new".

Jonathon M. Johnson said...

Yes Randall...

Funny how I confuse your accents even though you two are not even in the same countries. You are (I believe you said) in South America, and Toni is in Sweden (originally Finland).

Everyone has a twin out there, maybe we found your twin voice. :-)

Keep on Talkin' & Keeperin'


Jonathon M. Johnson

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