Episode 186 – CoC7e – Horror on the Orient Express – Sanguis Omnia Vincet – Session 4

Posted in Actual Play, Podcasts, Second 100 with tags , , , , on 19 November 2017 by Mawdrigen

Trigger warning: Body horror!

We got confused about the session number. Sorry. These chapters are super long! Despite calling it Session Five this was session four.

The Army of Skin and Blood defeated Tillius Corvus and his Loyal Falcones decide to track them back to their base and try and cut the head off the snake. Can they find the enemies secret hideout and end Unwin’s threat? Assuming that is that they survive the horror that is a Roman Breakfast.

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Episode 185 – D&D5E – Return Of The White Death – The Rats of Stagheyn – Session 6

Posted in Actual Play, Podcasts, Second 100 with tags , , , on 12 November 2017 by Mawdrigen

Armed with more information about what is going on the Adventurers first have to decide what to do with their captured Were rat. Then head off to burn down the cargo crane so more dam creation cannot take place.

Their enemy is ensconced in the Castle, but there are probably only three enemies inside, how difficult could it be.

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Episode 184 – CoC7e – Horror on the Orient Express – Sanguis Omnia Vincet – Session 3

Posted in Actual Play, Podcasts, Second 100 on 5 November 2017 by Mawdrigen

Trigger warning: Body horror!

First we drink a Lemon Drizzle cake, which is a tea, but also tastes of Cake. Which once we work out how to brew it properly is quite nice.

Having taken two prisoners the Romans have to find information out from them, but instead get to listen to a cult propaganda speech until they finally lose their tempers.

One brutal stamping later, they realise that things are much worse than they expect.

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Episode 183 – CoC7e – Horror on the Orient Express – Sanguis Omnia Vincet – Session 2

Posted in Podcasts, Actual Play, Second 100 with tags , , , , on 29 October 2017 by Mawdrigen

Trigger warning: Body horror!

Having made it to the Ghilian Outpost and being slightly terrified by people literally falling out of their skins the Fortes Falcones find themselves looking into what is going on.

Which is why they found themselves asking the question “Hey how did you skin all these corpses without taking their clothes off” to which the answer is obviously “SKIN MONSTERS”.

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Episode 182 – Tales from the Loop – The Grimsby Loop – Chimearic – Session 2

Posted in Actual Play, Podcasts, Second 100 with tags , on 22 October 2017 by Mawdrigen

The school kids were intending to return from badger woods and own up to Gavin’s brutal assault on Simon the bully, when they were interrupted by the screams of a cornered Stacy who seems to being menaced by a Dog headed humanoid.

This is not normal in Grimsby. Even in the 80’s.

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Episode 181 – CoC7e – Horror on the Orient Express – Sanguis Omnia Vincet – Session 1

Posted in Actual Play, Podcasts, Second 100 on 15 October 2017 by Mawdrigen

Trigger warning: Body horror!

It’s back to the time of the Roman Legions now as the elite Fortes Falcones take just one last mission before they all get to retire finally.

Led by the heroic Tillius Corvus they head over in to Lydia where the hideous Valerian Plague is claiming lives amid rumours of satanic cults and rebellion. Desperate to provent the spread of the plague the Magister Militum sends in the best of the best.

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Episode 180 – Tales from the Loop – The Grimsby Loop – Chimearic – Session 1

Posted in Actual Play, Podcasts, Second 100 with tags , , , , on 8 October 2017 by Mawdrigen

In the 1960’s while the Boulder and Mahlaren loops were being built the British Government thought they would get in on the action as well and built a small (10KM) loop under the North East of England and the North Sea Bed. As the North East doesn’t really exist to Westminster it was the perfect place to site their Research centre, which absolutely does not do any Military Research in the marshes out towards Donna Nook.

Absolutely.

None what-so-ever…

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