Now this is a plot I'd like to see. Imagine PCs being hired to protect someone important from a vengeful revenant that turns out to be what's left of an innocent victim that the VIP had sacrificed to dark powers.
They look like something drawn by Dr Seuss, but saiga antelopes are a real thing. Unfortunately, we can't be sure if they will be a thing for much longer, because at the current rate they could be extinct within a few weeks, at least in the wild.
There is something deeply creepy about these places. Something about the pictures is tickling the back of my mind. There's a killer plot in there for a horror/supernatural game I'm just not sure what it is.
I do know that Scooby Doo and his friends would be all over a haunted water park, abandoned or not.
Ladies and gentlemen I give you an NPC for your late 19th - early 20th century game. Con woman? Wronged Royal? Murderess? Sorceress? Crazy woman? Supernatural being? It's up to your players to decide.
Do they get called in to investigate the deaths? Does she employ them in some wild goose chase? Perhaps they're struck by her ability to persuade people of clearly outlandish things and decide to investigate?
In the summer of 2013, I was sent to the University of Texas in Austin to research the life of Harry Houdini for a TV biopic. While perusing his collection of personal correspondence, I stumbled across the most insane letter I have ever read, sent by a woman who claimed...
Every year I spend all November writing for NaNoWriMo but then December comes round and I find that somehow the magic has gone.
Once again I've got stuff that I want to edit/re-write and I am capable of doing so but I'm not doing it. Sometimes I spend ages with Scrivener open staring at different bits of my WIP, moving bits around, writing notes changing labels, re-reading bits etc but not actually writing, or re-writing or doing any actual editing.
The Nazi gold train that made headlines last week could contain the legendary Amber Room, presented to Tsar Peter the Great by the King of Prussia, according to British author and journalist Tom Bower. Meanwhile, the Polish have lawyered up, staking a claim to the finds.
This is some Supervillain level shit. A global outage just as the Trading day begins in London? A "delay" in the sale of UK debt? Next thing you hear some dude called Moriarty will be named a government advisor.
The Helen Calder from Aberdeen who is the NaNoWriMo Municipal Liaison.
You might want to put me in your circles for Craft, Doctor Who, Sci Fi, RPG, Horror and Writing. Basically I'm a huge geek.
I follow at lot of artists and I love to see all kinds of art and craft but I very rarely post images of my own. I have an autistic son and although I don't post on the subject of autism I often read about it.