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1000buffalo last won the day on January 28 2015

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    Gamer and GM since 1978.
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  1. Ha! Perhaps. I am running games pretty much every night, so there's less minutes to read.
  2. I'd agree wholeheartedly after reading through it for the last week. Wonderful city, great sourcebook - comprehensive, and gives a fantastic sense of place.
  3. I'll admit that I didn't catch Fioracitta was for Mythras (core) and not Lyonesse. Something about the cover made me think (assume) it was for Lyonesse. I'm pretty excited to get my copy regardless, of course.
  4. Oh, absolutely. I prefer to do a first read of the printed book, but definitely got the PDF + POD package. Much appreciate the pdf being free for that option!
  5. Just ordered up a softcopy of Fioracitta, so will let you know when it arrives. I usually like to do my first read through a printed book (when I get one).
  6. They are - I'm using that deluxe prop pack in fact. Investigators have been loving the handouts, and it's been pretty easy getting the props uploaded into my Roll20 game.
  7. It's been a while - in addition to the various pandemic and other stresses, both myself and one of the players had deaths in the family. No one was really up for much horror, until more recently. Tonight was the first session since late April. It was something of a slow burn - catching the Investigators up on the events from 5 months ago real time, and 2 weeks of game time. They got together to discuss the case, and what to do next. The artist showed off her new, private galley ... after she described it, I decided it was good for SAN loss (1/3), and that was fantastic. Several memb
  8. I haven't glanced at it lately (so many games, so little time), but enjoyed reading it - I got the pdf and POD a bit ago. Definitely on my list of settings I'd happily run. Earlier comments about combining with Monster Island are spot on.
  9. My printed copy arrived today, after some understandable delays. Lovely book, and looking forward to reading it over the next few days.
  10. Definitely - I've been reading their Arkham scenario books lately.
  11. Absolutely. One great highlight is that they read the longer handouts as a group. So, as a GM, I get to just sit back and enjoy a bit of radio play as they take turns reading the various diary entires, pretty much in character. I didn't see that coming, and it's been awesome.
  12. Well, put the wraps on most of “None More Black” last night. There may be some follow-ups, as they had just finished dealing with most of the problem at the slaughterhouse. We had one Investigator lose it at the sight of some certain faceless creatures and run off screaming. The Federal Agent and the Photographer (veteran of the Great War) Investigators both got really effective, and lucky - the Agent managed three impales in a row with his handgun, and I’m sure the party has a false sense of security re: use of firearms in dealing with Mythos creatures. Heh. My idea of an Arkham based ca
  13. Strange days, and I find myself now running a Call of Cthulhu campaign again, via Roll20 / Discord. It's been a while but enjoying it thoroughly. As mentioned, I'd gotten some sessions of Lightless Beacon run on Roll20 last month - I think I ran it four or five times for different folks. That led to five players collectively being in for a follow-up the fuller Edge of Darkness from the Starter Set. Edge of Darkness took two sessions to get through; we wrapped last night, and with a little bit of time on the clock, the group asked about getting into their next case. So, September of 1923,
  14. I have issues one through three of the Arkham Gazette, and was thoroughly enjoying reading them again a few days ago as I sorted through some Arkham campaign ideas.
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