Fear's Sharp Little Needles

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Fear's Sharp Little Needles

Post by monkey prime » Thu Feb 09, 2017 11:56 am

Is anyone else supporting this little beauty?

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/st ... or-call-of

I love the idea of a collection of stories that are designed as one-shots that can be done in a night. I've recently introduced RPGing to my young people in the youth centre I work in and we've done a CoC adventure I wrote last Halloween so these will be perfect for running with them!

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Fear's Sharp Little Needles

Post by caddy1071 » Thu Feb 09, 2017 5:13 pm

monkey prime wrote:Is anyone else supporting this little beauty?

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/st ... or-call-of

I love the idea of a collection of stories that are designed as one-shots that can be done in a night. I've recently introduced RPGing to my young people in the youth centre I work in and we've done a CoC adventure I wrote last Halloween so these will be perfect for running with them!
I have! I'll have to test the claim - I'm a Keeper that loves allowing max role play, so mine runs might extend to two sessions. I'm hoping not, though - it would be good to have a few go-tos for interested players at a convention. Looking forward to the release!

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Re: Fear's Sharp Little Needles

Post by Shannon Mac » Tue Mar 14, 2017 8:38 am

Yup.
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Re: Fear's Sharp Little Needles

Post by Dr. Gerard » Wed Mar 15, 2017 3:24 am

I am totally behind this, and I want to see more short scenarios in circulation. I like that idea of 2 hour demos, too. A lot can be done with little. I agree with wanting max roleplay time too, Cory. When the scenario is simple and streamlined, no reason a simple situation could not be expanded in characterisation and dialogue rather than complicated clue trails. Not saying it should replace deep investigations, just enjoying more on the brevity end.

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