Arthur Petersen take a look at the Cthulhu Mythos Saga: Skin Deep!
We know you guys are creative and crafty people! Write up YOUR Adventure Hook, share it with us and gain some fame! And who knows, if you show real talent we might recruit you to write a One Shot for us or more … The only rules: the Adventure Hook has to be set in the locations of our past Cthulhu Mythos Saga campaigns and use Sandy Petersen’s Cthulhu Mythos, of course.
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A Cthulhu Mythos adventure for a party of up to four adventurers of level 2-3.
After many adventures, you and your party seek rest and relaxation at the Blessed Tavern near the beautiful Mirror Lake. You have seen it all, at least you think you have. A request from Lord Radford will prove this is false. There are things not of this world—slithering, sliding things—and they seek one thing … their prey.
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Michael at Off the Shelf talks about the newest Cthulhu Mythos Saga in his monthly vlog.
Time stamps are in the video but for your convenience fast forward to 52:43.
Here is a sneak preview of the Mutant, Adept who will debut next month in Have You Found It? Act 2: Stage Rehearsal
Although born to human parents, the mutant adept bears only a passing resemblance to other humanoid creatures. The mutant adept has the general shape of a humanoid with head, two arms, two hands, and two legs, but beyond that, no two mutants look quite alike. They may have tendrils, tentacles, and multiple sets of eyes, extra limbs, or bulbous tumors.
Many possess an elongated proboscis with a many-toothed maw that allows the mutant to not only grab prey but also drain blood from them for feeding. They tend to wear loose, baggy clothing to cover their mutations when they venture to the city above the catacombs.