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About Reaver

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  • RPG Biography
    Keeper for CoC
    Player in Unity
    Inexperienced DnD Dm/Player (few games with the starter set)
  • Current games
    Player in a regular game of unity
    One shot scenarios every week for a couple of friends at the moment but plan on introducing more people to the game in my local game store with the use of demo scenarios or convention scenarios
  • Location
    Scotland - Glasgow
  • Blurb
    I love Call of Cthulhu and I'm currently trying to introduce more people to the genre locally.
    Computer game (big fan of the Final Fantasy franchise)
    Snowboarder
    Father
    Hope to be producing my own scenarios in the not too distant future.

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  1. I've just introduced some reluctant Dnd5e friends to call of cthulhu and they are loving it. Dubious at first because they had played a single game in the past and didn't really enjoy it too much but by the sounds of it, their keeper had no idea/very little experience and loved my game. I ran darkness beneath the hill for them but threw in some dreams of my own for them and dropped them the yellow sign. Looking for suggestions on what to run next for them. Preferably something available on drive through as we are using roll20 and it's easier to make handouts from pdfs than having t
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  7. If the players know that reading a mythos tome is going to lose them sanity, when they first inspect the book or time just give them a rough indication. "you can tell this time looks quite heavily related to cult/mythos type stuff but it's content appear to be of a bizarre nature that fills you with unease".... "are you going to Read the book" there's no need to go easy on them. It's Call of Cthulhu.... That being said for the sake of fun and your individual group, you can rulw that it takes a week to read and the San loss/mythos increase happens during downtime.
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