I'm a beautiful person and if I'm ever in a recorded game you may hear me smoking my pipe. I play a variety of games. My favorite moments in games are when the players come up with crazy plans that spiral beyond their control and evolve into violent shit storms. Recently got the band back together for some one-shot action.

Masks of Nyarlathotep Game 2

Rev. Hollis Brown vs. Matthew O’Connell Maloy

Caught between the dead body of Silas N’kwame and a group of knife weilding hobos, the investigators flee for their lives. They also meet a disgraced private detective.

With tensions high and relationships strained, it remains to be seen if the group can cooperate long enough to avenge Jackson Elias.

Masks of Nyarlathotep Intro

New York, New York January 14th, 1925. A strange telegram sends investigators through Harlem, Harvard, and horror.

This is the first game of my attempt to run The Complete Masks of Nyarlathotep. I was trying to wait for the re-release but Chaosium is taking their time. I’m sure it will be epic. Buy it.

Also check out The Gaming Grunts, a source of inspiration.

There is a snazzy intro song, performed by Rev. Hollis Brown and Tex Huston, to set the mood. This is more pulp and flash, and the sessions quickly go pear shaped. I hope you enjoy our rendition of this classic Call of Cthulhu campaign.

Amnesiacs – Escape from Planet Hell

Some more recording kinks out of the way and the last game recorded with this microphone. Stuff that went on since the end of last episode:

  • Mortar Maloy has been imprisoned
  • Ziggy Stardust and Dr. McGanglion recruited master criminal Cytorrak (an Octomorph) to help them spring Maloy.
  • Cytorrak sent one of his Alpha forks instead.
  • Shifty Taker and Oroku Saki are in with the general population of the Jovian Prison, Planet Hell. Meanwhile Maloy is in solitary.

In this episode new player Dylan takes up the reins of Dr. Zaius, drug addled orangutan biologist. Mortar Maloy and Dr. S. Plank McGanglion dare to escape from planet Hell.

Amnesiacs – Imprisonment

Well, this AP comes late into our Eclipse Phase campaign, and fair warning, it was recorded with rubber bands and toilet paper rolls.  There is an angry part of audio where Killing Jazz plays, and other great part where WMRI kind of drowns out the sound. Luckily these sections don’t last too long.

For the patient and tolerable listener, thanks. To you others- KMA. 😛