The global tier begins! A year later, the Gate 9 crew has partially resolved their own problems and have become full time base raiders. Except for Trey, who runs the Brass Door, a post-scarcity bar and hangout. However, a new alien appears, Kyrzyyk, a frog-like warrior with a complicated back story, is now on earth and needs their help on a mission of vital importance!
The diary of Ezekiel de la Poer, a colonial-era French necromancer hanged for child-murder in 1736 was stolen at the home of an emeritus professor in the small town of Rosa, Alabama. His house lives in the eaves of a forest of white ash. Can the Investigators find the book before its thief becomes something else entirely?
This scenario comes from Out of the Woods, an anthology of forest themed Trail of Cthulhu scenarios.
The Gate 9 crew is trying to help Jeff claim his family’s fortune and in order to do that, they need the help of one woman in particular. She needs an item from a hidden base in return. Standing between them and that base is a deranged vigilante named Exemplar. Also, the team meets a nice friendly dog named Jefferson.
The Gate 9 team needs to check out a recently discovered base. It has a vast menagerie of genetically engineered fighting animals conditioned to obey the orders of the adolescents that capture them and use them for pit fighting. It’s been sealed off since Ragnarok, so no one knows how bad it’s gotten since then.
Trey and Saul each have a goal that takes them to the New York Underground and the rest of the crew tags along. Trey wants an Ideal Teleporter to upgrade the Brass Door. Saul wants to consult with Charon, the mythical ferry keeper and possibly the most powerful supernatural being on the planet. Between shrink rays and wandering ghouls, both team members have their work cut out for them!