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    New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley - An Anthology of Call of Cthulhu Scenarios set in the 1920s $19.95
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    New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley - An Anthology of Call of Cthulhu Scenarios set in the 1920s
    Publisher: Stygian Fox
    by Kieren O. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 08/20/2021 08:09:59

    I am happy I bought this. Good book, heaps of details, great scenarios that are well written.

    As a Keeper this is an excellent addition to any bookshelf



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    New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley - An Anthology of Call of Cthulhu Scenarios set in the 1920s
    Publisher: Stygian Fox
    by Michael B. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 03/27/2021 11:51:04

    This book is a good, solid collection of CoC scenarios. I bought it mostly for Seth Skorkowsky's A Mother's Love, which is one of the better scenarios in the book, though it does have some typos and it's a bit shorter than I would have hoped. The two Kingsport scenarios, Malice Everlasting and The Night War, are both fantastic, with The Night War in particular being one of the most unique and interesting CoC scenarios I've ever read. The remaining scenarios all average out to be pretty good, except for Spirit of Industry, which I just plain didn't like. It's just too slow-paced and relies too much on NPCs accompanying the investigators everywhere for my taste.

    I really appreciate how all of the scenarios explore the history and details of the towns in which they take place, almost treating the town as a character in the story. There's definitely a healthy respect for and knowledge of Lovecraft's work on display here. If you need some more 1-3 session scenarios for CoC, this book is definitely worth considering.

    It's worth noting though that Proof of Life and The Night War contain some pretty intense and graphic scenes, so you probably shouldn't run those two with younger players.



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    New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley - An Anthology of Call of Cthulhu Scenarios set in the 1920s
    Publisher: Stygian Fox
    by Patrick B. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 04/29/2020 12:42:04

    This is a great supplement. Every scenario is workable, and there are several which are just phenominal. The updated layout is worderful and intuitive, and the new module "A Mother's Love" has some great potential. The attention to detail is profound. All the scenarios tie into characters, locations, and events from HP Lovecraft's Arkham, Dunwich, and Kingsport, and a myriad of other modules taking place around Lovecraft Country.

    I have run Wasted Youth to great effect, and I am planning to run Spirit of Industry very soon. I am preparing to run nearly every other scenario in the near future.

    If, like me, you are always on the lookout for a good collection of short modules to run in one or two sessions, New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley 2nd Ed. is a great pick up.



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