From Stygian Fox:
The Dark Forest is a modern day scenario for the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game published by Chaosium, Inc, edited and written by Chitin Proctor, with art by Stephanie McAlea.
An entity from Finnish folklore takes hold of a small U.S. town completely unprepared for the corruption and horror it brings.
The scenario deals with extremely mature themes including the horror of sexual abuse. While this is handled as an “off screen” past event, it is one of the driving facets of an NPC’s character.
As such, please be aware that some of the themes are quite mature and are suitable for adult gamers only. It is required that you clear such subjects with your players first, before playing, and away from the table in order to not cause distress.
74 page PDF – $9.95
Autophagia is a classic 1920s scenario for the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game published by Chaosium, Inc,edited by Chitin Proctor and written by Tyler Omichinski, with art by Stephanie McAlea.
A perculiar disease begins to spread on a trans-Atlantic liner. Blisters, sores, and discolouration lead to delirium and a strong need for the patient to chew away at parts of their own body. As the Investigators peer a little close into the mystery they find a shapeless entity intent on conquering the world.
It’s a sit down meal between a girl, her parents and two teenage friends. Eating in the Japanese style, they sit on bended knees around a low dinner table. The daughter Eiko shuffles uncomfortably, her bare legs itchy against the Tatami mats. Moments later, Eiko will be dead, killed by a malevalent entity intent on revenge.
Can the Investigators face this threat head on and prevent more deaths in 1990s Japan?
As so often is the case, there are no winners when fate has trapped you in a dice game for doom or destiny. As such, please be aware that some of the themes are quite mature and are suitable forGamers who are at least of adult age and maturity.
34 page PDF – $9.95