Sunday, November 16, 2014

216 - This Fire Shall Kill (Delta Green) 05

Skype of Cthulhu presents a Call of Cthulhu scenario for Delta Green: This Fire Shall Kill by Andre Bishop. Published by Chaosium, Inc. in The Stars Are Right!

San Francisco, California
July, 2014

With the endgame in sight, our intrepid heroes converge on the nexus of the cultists' final ritual. Agent Hendry seeks answers to some burning questions, as peripheral characters flame out. It all ends with a sanity shattering view of San Francisco ...



Jonathon M. Johnson said...

Wait! What!? Magnus is who? Security Expert Tyler Washington? Where did Dr. Wong go? “Dr. Wong did some science stuff on the box and had his mind blown.” He did not die or sanity loss, I thought he went out of town. Grrr…

Holy crap!!! Sanity fail d20!? OUCH!!!

Nice control of the mega-split of the party Brent.

Ok… Brent’s radio/phone static is getting really eerie.

OMG!!! - Death by concrete saw? - gravity? - microwave? - lead? Brent is really bring the all in this episode.

Are the firefighters NOT suppose to be putting the fires OUT! - No that is not a two-handed fire extinguisher.

Well - So much for Tyler Washington, that was a fast and quick new character. Next - Jerome - Identical stats, imagine that.

“Who in the Bloom F&(%!?” The colorful language of Agent Glavin - or is it Samuel? LOL

DAM!!! - Sanity Fumble - 20 points!!! - Can you say homicidal? LOL

“He needs to ax you a question.” Har Har - (rolling eyes at Samuel)

Nice firefight on the roof and finish.

Thanks for the Keeper’s Diary at the end. - Nice character cliffhanger.

Excellent adventure ran by Brent! Looking forward to another adventure ran by him.

YEAH!!! Hail our heroes the firefighters - Or are they???


Jonathon M. Johnson

Unknown said...

Well, Magnus had to swap out characters, since he needed a more "action-oriented" character for the final showdown.

And d20 SAN loss for seeing a Great Old One in person is pretty standard. Kinda low if you ask me!

Thank you again for the compliment on juggling the split party members. It's even harder when you doing it virtual, instead of around a real table-top.

What radio static were you referring to? Is it something in game, or with the recording?

And yes, Samuel is a barrel of laughs. He's the great tension reliever of the group!

Thank you again for the many compliments! I'm very glad you enjoyed listening to the adventure.

Make sure and check out the follow up adventure: "The Music of the Spheres"!

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