By now, I run two different games (with two different groups) in Dunnsmouth. One of them is just at the start of it, while the other has been through most of the encounters, the common as well as the „important ones“. As I am writing this, the tale of The Three Men that went to […]
If you want to know what has happened before, read here. Cormagh and Angus hacked through the boards that were used to nail the entrance shut. It did not took all to long, as the time and moisture had taken their toll on the wood already and most of the iron nails were rusty. All […]
Read here for the start of it all The three left Magda (under the guidance of Herod) and headed north, to visit Albert Dunlop and later Dicky Samson. After a while swamp water dominated the surface where ever they looked and the PC used their poles again to steer their swamp boat. More and more […]
[This is the ongoing session report of my first take on Scenic Dunnsmouth] As the three left Dunc Samson´s grounds they heard the faint sound of a church bell in the distance, only recognizable as such as one listened closely to it. This was more than the adventurers had hoped for: by now, the absence […]
(If you missed the start of my session report to my first adventure “Scenic Dunnsmouth”, you can find it here) The three had to cross the river Dunn, and found out that the surrounding area was largely flooded. They set over cautiously, for the reed that grew high on both sides would provide excellent cover […]
[Second part of the report of my second session about the three men who went to Dunnsmouth ] The home of Pearce Dunlop rested on one of the few remaining patches of solid earth and the characters soon had to pull their swamp boat like a sledge once more, but this time they were not […]
Last Friday my friends an I were finally able to get together for a LotFP-session again, and so the story of the three men that went to Dunnsmouth continued [first part of the second session].