A (fairly sketchy) outline of a one-off adventure I ran based around the (time-honoured/hackneyed) Tunguska Event of 1908. As such it is quite specific (hopefully not hackneyed) and will probably best serve as a specimen for dissection to get those parts you can use in your own adventures. But then this is an Ideas Guild after all...
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A very nice comeback post. I hope to see some more from The Mighty Ephe! in the near future.
I think this would be a very fun adventure to run with the right group and right preparation time taken. There was a slight confusion around the Crazed Yakov incident, but it only: served to make the entire thing just a little creepier, which was nice. Overall, it's a great idea and I think you really got the flavor you were shooting for. Good work.
Reading this makes me want to rewrite Flight of the Pegasus as a Cthulu campaign, rather than steampunk. Impressive indeed sir, impressive. I enjoyed the piece. I am sorry that the game didnt get a chance to play out, I would have liked to have had a seat at that table.
I enjoyed this one from the name an down. This is perfect for one of my one night sessions, I will report back here if I get the chance to run it. The only nit-pick I have is that you might want to fold your links into the names themselves. But thats only only cosmetic and slightly unimportant, the adventure shines fine as it is as well. Very nice to see you posting again Ephe, Kudos!
A good take on this event. The horror aspects are intriguing and I can see how this would have made an excellent introduction to the planned campaign.
Now this is awesome. I'd like to have been seated at the table as well.
Hope someone can use this, for it really deserves to be used!
Oh, and recent events could easily allow one to run a more modern-day version.