Tuesday, December 25, 2012

084 - The Timeless Sands of India 01

Skype of Cthulhu presents a Call of Cthulhu scenario. The Timeless Sands of India, by Jon Hook. Published by Goodman Games.

En route from Bombay to Calcutta
May, 1924

A group of Europeans and Americans has boarded the freighter Bancora, en route from Bombay to Calcutta. Guided by horrible nightmares, they have individually travelled to India to try and find some peace.

Dramatis Persone:
  • Dan as Mr. Bedford Harrison, translator;
  • Dave as Miss Corrine Kirkwell, student;
  • Jim as the Keeper of Arcane Lore;
  • Jonathan as Dr. Nicolai Dolmen, PhD;
  • Mike D. as Dr Jeff Hibbert;
  • Randall as Father Franco Hernandez, Jesuit missionary;
  • Shannon as Maj. James Lloyd, retired soldier; and
  • Toni as Rainier Prosper Edgard Armistead, painter.
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5 comments:

SteveRu said...

I enjoyed listening to this, thanks for sharing.

Alex Weiss said...

Agreed bud. I definitely enjoyed listening to this. Thank you for recording it.

World Traveller Jim said...

Thanks for listening!

Jonathon M. Johnson said...

Excellent adventure written by Jon Hook.

A bit of a loud yelling of your disclaimer at the beginning; time to check those sounds levels.

Loved the new style of adventure introduction, definitely sets the moods for the location.

If you are listening through headphones, you might be picking up annoying humming and distracting background sounds, speakers work a bit better.

Jim did a good job guiding the group through this adventure. The locations were spread out and getting there was half the fun, along with good monsters, combat and insanity throughout.

Big Kudos to Randall trying to play a character’s accent, yet his accent seemed to come off as a deep gruff, almost sick, voice instead of French.

Toni’s insanity turned into inFUNNYsanity as he put his native language to a good funny use as his process began during Episode 86 at 1:10:00 and the full funny outcome occurred at 1:17:55. LOL

Interesting introduction of new skills available to the characters.

Love the new weapon, though a bit deflating about its outcome and future use.

The slaughter at the end is a must listen.


Cheers

Jonathon M. Johnson
Colorado

World Traveller Jim said...

Glad you enjoyed in Jonathon, thanks!

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