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Genre: Horror.
Number of Player Characters: 2-6 (4 pregenerated PCs included).
Game Length: 3-5 hours.
Recommended for players mildly or highly experienced.
Descriptive Statistics: Usable with any Gaming System.


A murder...
A painting that speaks of the past...
An unexpected visitor...

A Boarding House is a meeting place for strangers. When one of the tenants appears murdered, everyone is a suspect.

An intricated pulp horror scenario where the players will face their own humanity to give a solution to the enigma.


The Boarding House at Arkham Street is an adventure for Horror RPGs inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft and his circle, and that aims to represent the Pulp mood typical from the 30's in the United States. It is not prepared for any gaming system, but it should be easy for you to adapt it to your preferences without much effort.

In this adventure, the characters are part of the residents in a Boarding House during the Great Depression in the United States, when the winds of war in ye olde Europe begin to be heard.

During the second night of the game one of the female tenants will be found dead. Apparently, there is nothing unnatural in the murder...

Do you want to know what we are talking about? Fair enough.

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Cedric C. [Featured Reviewer]
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August 11th, 2010
SPOILERS - This beautiful 32-page adventure focuses less on traditional investigation than roleplaying the theatrical mood of a mythos story. Even if your players aren't up for that sort of scenario, the adventure can be easily adapted into a boarding [...]
Stu V. [Featured Reviewer]
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May 1st, 2010
I generally don't run pre-made scenarios, but after reading this (and considering running a Call of Cthulhu game) I'm planning on running this adventure. It's creepy and allows the players to have the latitude to truly explore the adventure with little [...]
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April 12th, 2010
This is a creepy little scenario, written for (though it certainly doesn't require) a casual sort of pace over several sessions, with a copy of one of this publisher's maps as another reviewer mentioned. Although officially systemless, the suggested rules [...]
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April 3rd, 2010
I picked this one up to use with Call of Cthulhu. Basically it appears to take a floor plan devised by the same company as a generic game aid, and then build a generic "horror" scenario around it. The scenario is a one-shot and is well devised, with [...]
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Three Fourteen Games
Three Fourteen Games
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