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About Jwfortune

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  • RPG Biography
    Experienced RPG using mostly the Pathfinder system but have dabbled in other systems.
  • Current games
    D&D 5E and trying Call of Cthulhu
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    Louisville
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    Always looking for a good RPG experience.

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  1. Our group is getting ready to hit a part early in the Murder on the Orient Express campaign where there will be a lot of library research required to gather information. I've been thinking about how this will go and it doesn't seem like it will be very exciting. How does the library research phase of the game go for your group? How do you jazz it up?
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  3. There actually is a music collection in spotify called RPG - Call of Cthulhu / Horror. There is also one called The Call of Cthulhu Music for the HP Lovecraft Lit... and I can't read the rest. I used both of those and some of the suggestions above and the music worked out pretty well. Although I am now seriously considering subscribing for spotify to remove the ads and have more control over the music. I can't decide.
  4. Is there going to be another organized play campaign? Our group is just now getting into CoC and are having a blast. How does an Organized Campaign work? Is there a place to chat about each installment?
  5. Does anyone have any good Spotify, youtube or Pandora station suggestions to play for CoC sessions? It seems music would be very helpful in setting the mood for this type of RPG.
  6. So has anyone run this? I would like to hear about someone's experience with this scenario and maybe learn some tips. I have never run a scenario that is setup quite like this one. I think I could do it, but I am worried that I would not be able to make it exciting enough on the fly. This scenario is actually a good exercise in Keepering I believe - I am fascinating but would like to hear some advice and experiences if anyone has anything. I think I am most worried about the story making sense. There may be some flaws in logic if I just play it on the fly. Has anyone else fou
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