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Call of Cthulhu Keeper Screen (Call of Cthulhu Roleplaying)

af Sandy Petersen

Serier: Call of Cthulhu RPG (23137 (7th edition))

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All the important rules and charts at a glance! The Keeper Screen is an essential play aid for any Keeper running games of Call of Cthulhu. A 3-panel Keeper Screen mounted on thick hardcover stock. One side, intended to face the players, portrays glorious artwork of a team of investigators readying themselves for an excursion into a Mayan Temple (or is it something else?). The rear of the screen, the Keeper's side, collects and summarizes important rules, statistics and charts, to assist the Keeper when running games.Also inside, are two scenarios set in Lovecraft Country during the 1920s: Blackwater Creek and Missed Dues; a 24-page reference booklet of charts and rules; Twelve, ready to play, pre-generated investigators; and color maps of Lovecraft Country, the World of Cthulhu, and Arkham Environs.… (mere)
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A beautiful keepers screen with largely what you'd want on the keepers side is the main part of this extensive pack. There's some helpful but not essential maps of Lovecraftian locales, Arkham and Lovecraft Country. The two scenarios included are of high quality but the first is a corruption tale of backwoods Lovecraft country, similar in manner to the degenerative nature of Dunwich. The second, in my option, better, scenario involves gangsters trying to investigate a missing burglar in Arkham itself. Both of chaosiums publications H P Lovecrafts Arkham and Dunwich, would be of some use, but are not essential. Good scenarios, and deadly too, which could lead to a total party kill, but won't hold experienced players for long. These are accompanied by good pre generated characters for use. Recommended. ( )
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All the important rules and charts at a glance! The Keeper Screen is an essential play aid for any Keeper running games of Call of Cthulhu. A 3-panel Keeper Screen mounted on thick hardcover stock. One side, intended to face the players, portrays glorious artwork of a team of investigators readying themselves for an excursion into a Mayan Temple (or is it something else?). The rear of the screen, the Keeper's side, collects and summarizes important rules, statistics and charts, to assist the Keeper when running games.Also inside, are two scenarios set in Lovecraft Country during the 1920s: Blackwater Creek and Missed Dues; a 24-page reference booklet of charts and rules; Twelve, ready to play, pre-generated investigators; and color maps of Lovecraft Country, the World of Cthulhu, and Arkham Environs.

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