Sunday, October 26, 2014

209 - Starfall Over the Plateau of Leng 07

Skype of Cthulhu presents a Call of Cthulhu scenario : Starfall Over the Plateau of Leng by Jon Hook. Published by Goodman Games.

The Dreamlands

The Investigators have received some sort of gift or blessing from the mysterious man in the Dreamlands temple, and must now regain their quest to avert Armageddon.



Jonathon M. Johnson said...
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Jonathon M. Johnson said...

Still an excellent intro music. Where did you get it?

Whoa!!! Another 10 mythos? Is this because Jim rolled a d10 (2) and this timed the 5% he previously had add results in a total of Cthulhu Mythos 15%; if so, if he rolled a (10), would Jim have added 50% in Cthulhu Mythos for a total of 55%. (OUCH!)

Does something happen if you get too much Cthulhu Mythos in a game? Or just your Sanity ceiling drop?

If only it was as easy as that Jim, just throw a switch. LOL

Weird that there is a destroyed door and a wooden ladder petrified? In the Dreamlands? This is a dreamworld, correct? Hmm…

Good idea, all Astronomer group - that would be cool Jonathan, the Astronomy department goes to investigate - time for a field trip. LOL I have ran an all dwarf table, would like to run an all class table.

Good choice with the balloon. Though I would have taken the Underdark, or should it be called the Underlands. Though by looking at the published cover of this adventure, “Age of Cthulhu 8” from Goodman Games, it looks like the group is attacked by some of those Leng spiders. Nooo… It is “LEGS” again…

Come on Jonathan, spend the magic points to get that food basket. LOL

George!!! YEAH!!!

So who does Randall get to play now… George - Peter - George - Peter… LOL

For some weird reason the butler, changing and then into a room of music is reminding me of the video “The Kill (Bury Me)” by Thirty Seconds to Mars at the end when they meet up with the twins and the music.

The curtains and what is behind them are definitely a good add to the dream sequencing as it seems to show what you would expect (anything) in a dream.

Wait!!! Huh!!! Slavery or Pain!!! Nice choice!!! - Nice cliffhanger!!!

Heck Jon, invite them along - Special Cameos!

Sure it is linear Jonathan, it is an adventure, not a home campaign. Jon did give you several choices, so it was not a very strict linear adventure, good enough to

Hey Dad!!! - Get off!!! - The boss has spoken!!! LOL


Jonathon M. Johnson

JonHook said...

Yeah, the Cthulhu Mythos skill is a double-edged sword. The more you get, and easier it is to go insane, but the more you know to possibly survive the horrors all around you. Or, the better to know which horror to worship so you have a better seat in the afterlife!

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