Briefings are very important for an operation’s success. A scene from Tom’s memorable WW2 based one shot. Listen to the full game here.
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This classic scenario certainly deserved better than our atrocious trial by fire run of it but how else could haze Aaron as a new GM? Listen to the Actual Play, if you haven’t already.
Thanks to Patsy McDowell for the art and to Caleb for not running away after this game (this was his first RPPR game!)
As you may know, I run online games for Patreon backers. I’ve been neglecting to post the MP3 versions of these games. I will try to catch up this month. This is a Cthulhu game I ran back in June. It’s also available on Youtube if that works better for you. (All of the Patreon games are available on our Youtube channel.)
Original Synopsis: All of you work for Regent Bail Enforcement Services as bounty hunters. An infamous pair of fugitives, the Wrights, a married couple who have been on the run for years. Daniel was originally arrested for possession of stolen goods but after the first bounty hunter cornered them, Eliza, shot and nearly killed him. They are believed to have killed a police officer in yet another shootout. They have been on the run for 4 years but intel has put them near Kansas City. You have three leads:
Our first piece of artwork has come in. This illustrated a particularly infamous moment from the one shot, Shanghaied: http://actualplay.roleplayingpublicradio.com/2015/01/systems/call-of-cthulhu/call-of-cthulhu-shanghaied/ I’ve cropped a wallpaper version at 1920 x 1080 for your convenience and have also attached the full high res version.
Thanks to Patsy McDowell for the art! http://residentmedieval.tumblr.com/