Friday, October 3, 2014

202 - Horror on the Orient Express: Dancers in an Evening Fog 01

Skype of Cthulhu presents a Call of Cthulhu campaign: Horror on the Orient Express: Dancers in an Evening Fog. Published by Chaosium, Inc..

London, England
Monday, 01 January, 1923

Professor Julius Arthur Smith has invited a group of his acquaintances to attend his lecture at the Oriental Club. Little do they know that they will soon be drawn into a web of intrigue, death, and trainspotting.

Dramatis Persone:
  • Edwin as Jean-Paul "Le Nez" d’Augustine;
  • Gary as Father Vincent Stewart;
  • Jim as Tamas;
  • Jonathan as The Keeper of Arcane Lore;
  • Max as Hugo Sterling;
  • Randall as Zebedee “Zeb” Peppin.
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8 comments:

The Independent Characters said...

I started listening to your Podcast today for the first time and started with this episode as I will be running Horror on The Orient Express as soon as my copy arrives!

Jonathan did an amazing job as the Keeper and the players were fantastic at keeping in character. I am usually NOT a fan of Real Play RPG Podcasts but you have seriously changed my mind with this one episode. I would kill to play in a group such as yours!

Please keep up the good work and I will continue to listen! Now I am off to check out the other recordings... but very much looking forward to you returning to this one.

World Traveller Jim said...

Very cool, glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for listening!

pete said...

Just started downloading these and listened to the first two episodes. Thanks for sharing - I'm really looking forward to hear how you folks play the campaign out :)

World Traveller Jim said...

Much obliged, thanks pete. Hope you enjoy!

Peter Cakebread said...

No worries - so far, so good :). It's fun hearing the new material in the campaign too, as well as the 7th Ed rules (I was in an early playtest, so have some idea of the changes, but I haven't got round to reading the finished thing yet).

Peter Cakebread said...

Just listened to 237, and I'm still enjoying the series - thanks! If you folks ever fancy a go at Hellfire, which I wrote for Dark Streets, I'll send you a copy!

World Traveller Jim said...

Most certainly we would, send it on over (email's on the Contact button up there somewhere). Thanks.

Peter Cakebread said...

No worries. I've sent you an email :D

Now to listen to 242...

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