Sunday, January 29, 2017

[Horror on the Orient Express] Looking for Dr. Moric

The Vinkovci investigation continues, as Max, Bobo, and Lady Cynthia attempt to help Jazmina find her missing father. Cabbage rolls are consumed, chthonian chapels are plumbed, strange science compounds are visited, and rubbish wagons hold shocking revelations.



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Featuring:

Jen
Renae
Des
And...Edie the Dog

3 comments:

  1. At times, this game seems to be a bit more Abbott & Costello meet H.P. Lovecraft than "proper" horror. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

    (Also, that D&D game you describe sounds like it must be an Undermountain thing, but what kind of party was that where nobody could see in the dark?!)

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    1. In my mind I keep picturing this as drawn by Hergé (of Tintin fame). The Bradford Players turned their Orient Express campaign into a book; I would die a happy man if this one got turned into a graphic novel with the same look as the Tintin comics. Know of any artists out there with a similar style? :P

      Yup, that was Undermountain. The PC group was only two players (ergo trying to bulk up numbers with the war dogs), and they must've both been playing humans. The perfect storm!

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    2. My first thought when I heard about the wallpaper and the teeth on the floor was, "Did someone try to chew the wallpaper off?". Not in a scary way, just someone getting so fed up with that terrible wallpaper they had to try and chew it off.

      D&D's emphasis on having item gear toolbox is one of the many problems I have with the system. I'll just hand my money to another player and tell them to buy what they think I need. Then read a book for the next hour of loot discussion :p

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