CoC7e – Horror on the Orient Express – The Campaign Retrospective

Episode 261

In this Spoiler filled episode we look back on the entire campaign! Remembering the highs and lows, the losses and the triumphs, and every bloody time the players decided to do tourism rather than the plot!

Join us as we go through the entire thing!

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The Music is Oppressive Gloom by by Kevin MacLeod (
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This Podcast is Explicit and contains Archive, and SPOILERS GALORE

2 Responses to “CoC7e – Horror on the Orient Express – The Campaign Retrospective”

  1. WeTwoKings Says:

    Hi folks, been following this campaign since last November, finally caught up yesterday. Great work overall (and belated congratulations on weddings, newborns, and such.)

    It’s a great campaign that’s well DMd, Players that embrace their failures rather than try to wriggle out of them are a true gift to a listener.

    Highlights include most of the sidequests, but Fenelik was suitably terrifying, as well as the final stretch with the characters slowly becoming more injured, drunk, and/or insane as time passed made for a massively tense finale. Every time a character died I felt the loss, which is a testament to all of you.

    My tea expertise is a bit lacking, but it does add a bit of warmth to the table.

    I don’t have an Itunes or podchaser account, so I couldn’t leave a review, but all the best with your endeavours. I’m planning to look into the rest of your work, but I’ll miss this now it’s done.

    • Thanks muchly, it means a lot to us to get feedback and we’re so glad you enjoyed it! Our next planned long campaign is vampire, which has started dropping already! That said I recommend the dresden files as well (which mawdrigen gets to play!)

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