Review of Eternal Lies by the Dreams in the Lich House blog

Eternal LiesOn the Dreams in the Lich House blog, reviewer Beedo says about the epic Eternal Lies campaign:

“After spending the past few weeks reading this 400 page monster, Pelgrane has far exceeded my expectations.”

Beedo continues, “The overarching theme of Eternal Lies is corruption, and the adventure does a fantastic job of grinding stability and sanity from the investigators and threatening them with effects that corrupt their character’s thoughts, souls, and ultimately, their physical bodies.”

Adding that “This is an excellent campaign, highly recommended, which confronts the players with a diverse series of locales and investigation types, while showing off the strengths of the Trail of Cthulhu rules set”, Eternal Lies is top of Beedo’s queue for next games to run.

You can read the full review on the Dreams in the Lich House blog here.


2 Responses to “Review of Eternal Lies by the Dreams in the Lich House blog”

  1. Morgan Hua says:

    I’m about to run Eternal Lies, but I was wondering what the number of player sweet spot is for running the campaign. My regular gaming group only has about 3 players is that too few, should I recruit more players? Is 6 players too many?

    Thanks,
    Morgan Hua

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