Sunday, December 4, 2011

044 - Legs 02

Skype of Cthulhu presents a Call of Cthulhu scenario. Legs, by Jim Phillips

Chicago, Illinois
July 2011

It's every man for himself as our intrepid convention goers desperately try to find a way out of the hotel.



Jonathon M. Johnson said...

WOW!!! Excellent adventure/podcast.

I thought that this one sounded familiar and after I started listening to it, I remember listening to it years ago.

Part one started out smooth; but when I listened to part two, it seemed that the group started talking like a Friday night drunk fest with over and loud talking. Started getting a bit annoying and bit hard to follow along.

After finishing the second part, I listened to it again and read the adventure that Jim wrote to follow along. Interesting how a lot of the parts were missed due to players' actions.

Jim did a good job with enough of the sound effects, especially at the end by riddling away the bad guy.

Definitely a must to put on your list of listening-to.


Jonathon M. Johnson

Jonathon M. Johnson said...

Couple of glitches/comments about the adventure...

Why is the Adult Leng Spider's stats not written out, like the other stats, with the numbers instead of having 8D6, etc...?

The adventure talks about elevators, but there are none on the map.

Only forgot to put the letter "n" in Likenstuff's name once.

Cover art has two fountains, but the map only shows one.

As for the artwork... Awesome job Tobias White!!!

Call of Cthulhu adventures are a different layout than Dungeons and Dragons and looking forward to the day that I can figure out the layout process and run them for the local players.


Jonathon M. Johnson

diceroller said...

Was this recording a play test? It doesn't follow the written adventure. No Dreamlands.

World Traveller Jim said...

Exactly correct, Stephen. Not only a playtest, actually, but the very first playtest for Legs.

Unknown said...

One of the funniest things I have ever heard. I've been laughing out loud at work listening to it, at this point my colleagues think I'm a bit deranged.

This will definetly be a scenario I feed to my group. This place is a mine of diamonds.

World Traveller Jim said...

Thanks Marco, glad you enjoyed it.

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