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    I am a Slow Processor, who soaks in the data, thinks, stares, tries to make sense of what I am seeing, hoping for a breakthrough. All around are snappier brains, busy being dazzling, but not mine, which just plods on until it finally sees something special, hiding in plain view.

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  1. Kevin, My apologies for the misunderstanding. Bret has already clarified this position on the KS Comments thread and I replied to his comment apologizing again for the misunderstanding on my part.
  2. Kevin, Do you have any updates? I noted you haven't been on KS since 8/13 and some of the other backers are getting a bit...testy. :-)
  3. While I too would throw $$$ at such an endeavor, I doubt it will ever happen. I have found for my own R20 MoN7e campaign it is manageable to 'snip' digital copies of the handouts one chapter at a time. My preferred tools are SnagIt and Paint.net. I then archive these new image files on OneDrive as a cloud backup. Being able to drag/drop images into R20 is a nice feature and makes it much less painful a manual process.
  4. Cool! Thanks for sharing. I will need to see if there is an iOS app as well...
  5. Looking for advice on a PDF Reader that can handle the layered content in the MoN 7e core PDF. I've tried Adobe Reader and Foxit Reader. Both are extremely slow to render the PDF, both on Win10 Dell Inspiron and iPad Air...
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  8. For years, and spanning multiple RPGs (not just CoC), our group has a tradition of facing off against Old Scratch/Devil/Satan for our Halloween one-shots. Is anyone aware of a CoC scenario that involves Old Scratch, itself? I am willing to do the work to convert older, larger/longer scenarios to fit a one-shot I want to run on Halloween night. Thanks in advance for your consideration.
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  10. Thank you for the helpful responses! I have been fortunate enough to have recently purchased a gently used copy of the latest HotOE that was funded with the 7th ed. KS. I will browse that resource this afternoon. If all else fails, I will reference the 1920 Firearms Act and the need for the Investigators to attempt to obtain references from NYPD before setting sail for the UK. I wonder if having a disgraced member of the NYPD in the group of Investigators will be a boon or hindrance in this case? ;-)
  11. Does anyone have any historical links that describe the firearm import visas required by the UK in 1925? My group of Investigators are nearly done in NYC and have elected to continue on to London next. I'm aware the UK had strict firearm import laws in 1925, and I'm looking for details on the required import visa (cost, time to obtain, etc). Barring any such info, I'll very likely wing it. Thanks!
  12. I am currently running a weekly MoN campaign with 7e (via Roll20). As @Mankcam stated above, keeping the threat at the 'human level' has been the key to our success thus far. The Investigators are still in NYC and have only had 'glimpses' of the underlying Mythos. In fact, we have not yet had one combat, however, I believe that will be rectified with tonight's session (potentially revisiting the Ju-Ju House for a closer inspection). If I were to start a MoN campaign now, I'd allow the PCs to decide if they wanted Investigative Horror (core CoC 7e) or Adventure Horror (Pulp Cthulhu with
  13. Todd, I've sent an email to you regarding these events and a couple of others I'd like to run CoC at this summer/fall. Thanks.
  14. I'm looking for advice from experienced Keepers & Investigators. Our group has been playing for a couple of months now via a weekly Roll20 game and I've found that I've fallen into a pattern of asking for numerous Psychology / Spot Hidden rolls throughout the session. Typically these rolls are made to allow the Investigator the opportunity to sense the NPC's attitude/demeanor, or in the case of Spot Hidden, find a clue, or perceive some feature of the environment around them. I'm struggling with how to take the Players described actions for their Investigators and quickly come up with a re
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