You ever wanted to try Call of Cthulhu? Now you can, as I'm going to be giving away a PDF of my Call of Cthulhu scenario!
Dethstrok9 has just hit 50 subscribers! As a result, I have decided to do a live stream giveaway, where the prize is a free PDF of my scenario, "The Raid of Area 51", and a shout out in my next video.
Here's the plan! First you are only eligible to win if you have subscribed to my channel. We are going to make a game out of it, where we play a sort pf bingo. The i
Strike one for Dungeons and Dragons... Go BRP!
Also, there's a lot of new videos I can't post here as they have nothing to do with BRP. Go to my channel link in the video to check it out!
Again, a video which is more for the uninitiated, but if you wish to support me, give it a watch or listen. Then, if you like the horrors unveiled before you, subscribe and join the growing LEGION...
Good Evening fellow mortals.
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Review: Refractions of Glasston for Call of Cthulhu
When I first heard of a group of college students working with faculty and Chaosium mentors to write a scenario I was simultaneously hopeful and skeptical. On one hand, anyone who has played role-playing games for an extended period of time knows that writing content for a wide audience for a game is challenging. My head spins a bit when I think about taking quality writing and needing to support it with art, handouts, editing and l