Tuesday, August 27, 2013

121 - Murder of Crows 01 (One-Shot)

Skype of Cthulhu presents a Call of Cthulhu scenario. Murder of Crows, by Stan! Published by Super Genius Games.

Bethlehem, New Hampshire
Monday, 04 October, 1926

For their own separate reasons, Mr. Eddie Sargent and Miss Dorothy Edwards have travelled to the small town of Bethlehem, New Hampshire. For the past few weeks, Bethlehem has been mysteriously beset by unusually large flocks of crows.

Dramatis Persone:
  • Dave as The Keeper of Arcane Lore;
  • Gary as Frankie Reinard, lost soul;
  • Jim as Dorothy Edwards, art collector;
  • Jonathan as Eddie Sargent, private investigator;
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3 comments:

Sandking said...

I got it the moment it was published but I wasn't impressed enough to run it. I read it long time ago but actually remember that there was one piece of evidence (I think in library) that makes possible to solve the scenario in like 30 minutes. It is just a sandbox where at some point Keeper decides to go to finale and that's it. Idea is strong but the story behind it and the way it resolves is quite frankly - bland. But as with any scenario, it's all up to Keeper.

World Traveller Jim said...

Hopefully we'll get back to this at some point, I'd like to at least see how it all shakes out. Not really sure when that might be though.

Jonathon M. Johnson said...

Oh no… No ending??? Grrr…

The story was moving along so smoothly.

It is interesting, with Jim’s editing, when he reads the news at the beginning it sounds smooth and choppy, but cool!

Love Jim’s funny comment during the new read. “So they’re just misidentified. They’re not really crows, they’re ravens… Ok.”

Hey!!! Dave’s parrot… “Hi!”

I see that this was posted August 2013. Any finishing of this podcast? Lost episode or needs to be recorded? Still need to have Gary enter in.

Would be helpful if there is not going to be an ending or something chopped off that a disclaimer at the beginning of the podcast is done so that the listeners do not feel cheated. Grrr…

Looking forward to Dave’s Keepering skills again and his cohort “The Parrot.”


Cheers

Jonathon M. Johnson
Colorado

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