Taint of Madness is the ideal supplement for all the referees that need information about Insanity and its treatment and also provides information for three asylums for the three game eras (Bethelem in London for 1890, the Asylum of Arkham for 1920 and Bellevue for 1990). The adventure I refereed precisely had its focus in the Arkham asylum and one of the internees, the archaeologist Christopher Van Horn, that is not as crazy as it may seem because the creatures he has seen: the ghouls (SPOILER: Select the text to see it) are much more real than it might seem ...
One player insisted in exploring the tunnels nearer to Van Horn mansion, so in the second playing session I had to use some of the information contained in the supplement Dreamlands, published in Spain by the no disappeared Joc Internacional publisher, to offer him a trip he surely won’t forgot, because we all know that ghouls lairs are connected to the Underworld of Dreamlands (SPOILER: Select the text to see it).
In conclusion, a pair of very funny evenings that let me say that Cthulhu Dark is a very easy ruleset and perfect for stories set in Lovecraft’s works.
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