Mike M

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About Mike M

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  • RPG Biography
    Line Editor Call of Cthulhu.
    Co-writer Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition & Dark Heresy RPG.
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    Call of Cthulhu
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    Do you Aklo?
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  3. And Some Fell on Stony Ground - from Nameless Horrors - is a survival horror scenario.
  4. You'll also find quick reference rules sheets at the back of the rulebook.
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  6. Yes, First Kidnapper. The map key is a little misleading in that regard ; )
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  8. Just to further elaborate on Rick's helpful notes - Having an estimated word count is useful - we want the estimate page count, but please do include the estimate word count too (and yes, handout text should be included in the word count). Thanks
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  10. Sounds fun and puts the PCs in a dubious postion.
  11. My advice is to decide who is the villain before running the scenario. So decide now. You risk getting yourself in knots if you do not decide who the villain is now, before any further play - as this will help to protray the people and help you to guide the players towards a climax. Make a call on who you prefer to be the villain and layer that into the game. The players seem to be doing just fine - but perhaps their questions have aroused the suspicion of the villain - perhaps the villain now looks to distract them or frame someone else, perhaps the villain hides in plain sight or now tries to lie low - you can't decide these things until you know who the villain is - so choose and go for it. If in doubt, having Abner Wick as the villain is usually a safe bet - his shop is a easy place to bring things to a climax. The choice is yours!
  12. Unsure about this, as I have been told these have been updated for Bits & Mortar - I will pass word along to double check this has been done. Thanks
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  14. Thanks - these corrections have been made in the PDF file. I'll add them to the errata file too. The books are at print.
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