The investigators have solved the mystery of the book only to find a more vexing document-based enigma. Dr. Henry Armitage has produced a letter, seemingly written by him, that he has no memory of writing. The letter warns of an apocalyptic future for humanity, a disaster that might still be averted. The investigators must determine if it is a hoax, the result of a latent madness in Dr. Armitage, or something supernatural. The references it makes are vague yet still connected to Arkham country. The hunt for the truth is on!
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What was the name of that rule Bill was using from Ashen Stars?
I think I understand Melissa as a player now. She is a female Sam Vimes.
It’s called a Toll Test – it’s on pg 70 of Ashen Stars, but I actually found it in the Gumshoe SRD. Probably should bring those back around.
Also, being both a fan of both the Night Watch subset of Discworld and my wife, I’m curious what you find the similarity to be? Nothing’s coming to mind, but then again, I only get to remember these sessions in a general kind of way, as I’m usually kinda busy while they’re happening 🙂
“Nurse Parker looks nervous.” A perfectly sensible reaction is, “let’s break into her house and or strong-arm her with threats about her brother!” But simply talk to her? Hell no!
Hilarious. Loving it. 🙂