New Projects for Playtesting

Here at Pelgrane we’ve increased our production over the past four months so we have a lot of new projects that need playtesting in exchange for our eternal gratitude and a credit in the relevant book/PDF.

If you’re interested in helping us out with the playtests, please email me stating the name of the playtest you’d like to do (e.g. Blastback Playtest), where you heard about it and if you’ve ever playtested for Pelgrane before. Usually playtests will run for about 6 weeks so please let me know your availability as well.

Trail of Cthulhu

Many Fires - Many Fires is an adventure for Trail of Cthulhu by Jason Morningstar of Black Drop fame. Taking place in the hills and valleys of the Mexican state of Chihuahua, it will introduce the Investigators to a surprising cast of characters and strange new weapons to employ in an epic struggle against an implacable and deadly enemy known as Kųų łą́ – Many Fires. 2-5 Sessions to complete.

The Rending Box – The fourth and final part of Graham Walmsley’s Purist Adventures. In an antiques shop in North London, there is a box. Inside the box is an ancient creature, seeping through into the world. It will show the Investigators the universe as it really is. 1 Session.

Mutant City Blues

3 Brief Cases by Gareth Hanrahan.

The Kids Aren’t Alright – An attack in a Mutant City high school suggests that there’s at least one unidentified mutant among the students. As the characters investigate, they find a mutant dorphing ring. 1 Session.

Shoulder to Shoulder – The squad are sworn to protect the people – even people who decry and despise mutants. When an anti-mutant activist is targeted by terrorists, can the squad overcome their personal feelings on the matter and stop the bomber? 1 Session.

Blastback – An accident at a mutant-only gym brings the characters into the shadowy world of mutant prize-fighting. 1 Session.

Fear Itself

Invasive Proceedures - The kids all say Our Lady’s Hospital is haunted. You can see why, when you look at it, that big gloomy pile of staring windows and rusting beds. They should have torn the place down years ago, instead of letting it linger on like this. I’d hate to be a patient there. They send you there to die. Genuinely chilling adventure by Gareth Hanrahan. 2-5 Sessions.

Thanks!


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  3. John Post says:

    These look good, but a 2-5 session game of Fear Itself? I’ve never done anything that took more than a night. It will be interesting to see how this turns out.

  4. Stuntlau Perez says:

    The Jason Morningstar scenario sounds awesome! I’d love to playtest but have just started playing ToC and don’t have a play group other than PBP. I am looking forward to it though.

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