Author Topic: Masks of Nyarlathotep [Call of Cthulhu 6th edition, 6 players Needed]  (Read 18588 times)


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Game Title: Masks of Nyarlathotep

System: Standard CoC 6th Ed rules

Players Wanted:  I'm looking for around 6 players. If I get less submission than that, I might run it anyways and allow more than one investigator per player. If I get more than 6 submissions, and they are all excellent and interesting characters, I might accept them anyways

Posting Rate: Around three times a week should do it. My personal posting rate will vary a lot, mainly because of RL work. I tend to have bouts of free time separated by work overload. So, if you are looking for a really fast paced game, this is not the place.

Special Rules: Not currently. If the group has anything particular they want to houserule, I'm completely open.

Advancement Rules: Regular CoC rules. Since this is a rather long campaign, Advancement will take place during travel.

That pretty much sums it up! If you have any questions, either post them here or PM me.
Character creation wise, I'm more interested in a background first and stats later if you don't have the time for an actually character sheet right away. To roll stats, please use a web based dice roller like Invisible Castle and link the rolls (that's probably what I'll be using myself).

If you want to create an Occupation, run it by me and I'm sure we can work something out.

The Masks of Nyarlathotep campaign is long and deadly. It also hops from one continent to the other. Investigators will start in New York, in 1926, but their investigation can take them to England, Australia, Egypt, Kenya and China. So, knowledge of other languages/culture will, at some point, come in handy. But then again, I'm sure interpreter and guides will be on hand as well ;)

Great Scott!

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I'll play if you're still looking for players, just give me a couple days to make my character.
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