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In this episode, Jon, Dan and Chad talk about the horrors of plagues and pandemics to inspire game ideas! Please note that the Crier is a little short and hastily put together this week, and we know we’ve missed big news items. This episode was recorded on September 13, 2018.
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Fun with diseases!
We started here >>
Each of us covered one disease, and we talked about related Mythos hooks.
Chad: Cholera outbreaks of 1832-1866.
Jon: 1918 Spanish Flu
Dan: Typhoid fever
Randomly, here’s a “plague fort
” in Russia.