Trail of Cthulhu: Masks of Nyarlathotep – Kenya – episode 10

mistercorbitt_09The investigators are in Nairobi, looking into the cult of the Bloody Tongue and the missing Carlyle Expedition. Before they can enlist the aid of locals, including a powerful mystic, they must prove themselves by stopping a potential agent of the Crawling Chaos, Mr. Corbitt and any other cultists in the city. Corbitt owns a mansion connected to evil, but what lurks in the basement will horrify even the most jaded of investigators. Can the team purge the evil hiding in the darkness?

  5 comments for “Trail of Cthulhu: Masks of Nyarlathotep – Kenya – episode 10

  1. crawlkill
    July 13, 2015 at 12:52 am

    getting to know you~ getting to know all Cthulhuuu~

    that illustration is way less hideous than she was in my mind. I was seeing just all limbs, none of that weird donut in the middle. that orange vine effect reminds me of a postmortem Lovecraft collaboration I’ve never been able to find in English, Die Glocke im Turm, which involves a ritual that lets you see the demon bazaar all around us and be seen in turn.

    YES. I was wondering if Who would make it in, having flipped through a copy of Masks a few weeks ago. I’m so glad she did. not really a fan of controllable magic, but if you gotta have it, Who’s the way to go.

  2. Lonnie
    July 13, 2015 at 5:07 am

    Having the adventure in my library that picture came from, I’m not sure at all I want to play this audio file. It was creepy enough just reading it, but Ross running it? OHHELLNO

  3. Ethan C.
    July 13, 2015 at 5:49 pm

    Man, that was one creepy-ass monster. Well played, poisoning it and steering clear. But I still have to ask: what was the other thing, up on the second floor? I don’t think it ever got described.

  4. yODDel
    July 20, 2015 at 8:55 pm

    Point of order, swedes can be neck deep in mythos too! We have many sociopathic tendencies (especially in public transportation), forests that are a thousand years old, and whoever designs the IKEA layouts. I mean those people are playing the long game, making you want more while driving you slowly insane.

  5. zero
    February 11, 2016 at 8:05 pm

    I think overall, I don’t care for Masks much. I like the players (Bill especially has grown on me), so I think its ToC itself. I could handle NBA as the game of choice because of the crew playing it, but yeah TOC is just so clumsy to me.

    Anyway, I wanted to say that while I never considered Bill a favorite character (not out of flaws, but simply ‘overshadowed by awesome’) His good nature, and pragmatic thinking do both provide a good element to the game.

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