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Masks of Nyarlathotep (Cthulhu) Horror RPG Campaign

Already, some have fallen; if your sanity holds, YOU still have a rare opportunity. . . 

With many awards to its credit, "Masks" has been widely acclaimed as the best RPG Horror campaign ever written.  And your Keeper, the administrator of the game, while not Gary Gygax himself, is, in fact, his cousin, affording you a rare role-playing opportunity not to be missed.  It's like a stellar alignment whose occurrence one counts only in culpas or baktuns!

This meetup, we will create characters and enact preludes.  

Call of Cthulhu is a horror setting, in which players co-operate to thwart the agents of otherworldly ancient ones who wish to bring about a dark future.  We will meet on first and third Sundays, with additional opportunities to interact between meetings on a facebook group or website.  

You are welcome to join.  Email me if needed with questions.

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  • Andy

    I had a good time making my character and I look forward to going insane with the rest of you.

    January 18, 2014

  • Dan W.

    There are 10 people listed as attending; is there a limit to how many can play in one session of this game? Also, how important do you consider RSVPing to the events for the individual sessions as opposed to the campaign overall?

    December 30, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Hi Dan, I'm glad you joined. I am not afraid of 10 people at the first session, as my experience tells me that some will drop off. A nice campaign of 6 regulars would be awesome, as even then, maybe 4 or 5 will be present per session, after inevitable scheduling conflicts. If we did have 10 regulars, we will divide into two teams, who communicate with one another, but separate the goals of the campaign in two, and meet on separate nights. This could be very exciting.

      December 30, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      As far as individually RSVPing, the group will soon morph into a closed group. At that time, will be important to communicate directly with me if you cannot make it. Otherwise, if you are a part of the campaign, the others will rely on your character to be present and have their backs. I will tend to cancel sessions if I know ahead of time that only 0-2 people are available to role-play.

      December 30, 2013

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