We have finally descended into the lowest pits of Hell! Caleb, Noah, Rob, and I will guide you through the last two books of Inferno, covering the sixth through ninth circles of Hell, plus the final escape! What weirdness will this cover? Quite a bit between all the MANY descriptions of room inventories and random encounter tables.
Earth tier! A strange and twisty journey finally draws to a close to our first Eclipse Phase campaign.
From the bottom left, we proceed from the party’s dramatic escape from the close confines of Hotel California; Rogue AGI Augustine taking control of a crowd of synthmorphs to draw the fire of a distant sniper on Vo Nyugen; The agents get forked and sent on a doomed mission to the haunting ruins of Tokyo; they witness the final stroke of the conspiracy’s plans in the petrified forests of the Ozark mountains: The final battle with Manjappa’s pet Titans in the Martian desert; and their final point of departure- Warden’s SimulSpace watering-hole at the edge of existence.
Looming over the journey we have (Bottom right) Q, the group’s newest addition, having just swapped his eye for wisdom plastic explosives and Manjappa’s synthetic assassin, Kill-E, smuggled in the prosthetic railgun-arms of a colleague, and (top right) a very special cylinder that caused a great many problems, and the shadowy super-spook Manjappa, who, in the end, turned out to just be…some guy.
Your support of RPPR made this possible, both the artwork and the campaign itself! This year, I do plan to start a campaign of Delta Green using Impossible Landscapes but I have to finish reading before I start.
We run games for $10 patrons every month via our Discord. These games are saved on a Youtube channel. I have copied every episode from the Youtube channel as a Mp3 and uploaded it to this folder. There are 147 actual plays here, with RPPR cast members running games for patrons and guest RPPR cast members.
Next week, we will resume early access with a one shot of Delta Green, with my 2020 shotgun scenario “The Contractors”.
Thank you for supporting RPPR and sorry about the minor screwup.