The military team is ordered to a mining rig that has recently been captured by terrorists. Their mission of infiltration and surveillance quickly turns into one of horror and survival as they fight an enemy capable of using the very environment against them.
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11 comments on “Chronicles of Darkness: The God Machine Chronicles Ep 3”
Ho-leeeee crap!! I am *so* looking forward to whatever comes next! O.o
Excellent. Really like how the campaign’s nature let you shift the game from investigation to action/horror. Where next? Really hoping they all wake up in Nightvale.
I love your World of Darkness games. I’m not sure if it was the constant song interludes (it almost certainly was), but despite running through a corridor that was slowly morphing into a digestive system I still found this game less dark than your Gargoyles one.
Well you dd ask me to quantify my enjoyment however I am not currently at liberty to explain why the score is out of twenty seven. Possibly next iteration you will be ready for that information!
Also… I am close to reaching fandible nirvana. 8 episodes to go.
Or fandivana if you prefer…
Made me laugh out loud at work. Angela’s delivery on the joke is impeccable.
I’m not shore if you have a place for fan art(fandart?) but well just click it, http://oi40.tinypic.com/2vjoj6a.jpg
So…..I in Dan/GodMachine ‘verse, do a certain Xman’s claws go “SNCKR!” ?
….awful, I know, but if you’d thought it, you would have had to post it too.
Greatest Riddles Of All Time That Are Totally Riddles, No, Why Are You Looking Like That, Of Course They Are Riddles:
“What’s in my pocket?” B. Baggins
“Why is a raven like a writing desk?” – M. Hatter
“I WILL EAT YOUR SOUL!” – D. Rodriguez
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Excellent episode, as always. 🙂
Daniel, if youâ€™re interested in getting some helpful medical terms you can toss out during games to suspend the playersâ€™ disbelief (â€œWhat?! The GM isnâ€™t completely versed in every conceivable topic under the sun? This game totally blows! So unrealistic. Just gonna go and play X-Bone, grumble grumbleâ€¦â€), check out this link:
The author, Nick Marsh, is an all-round good bloke, and is (by a complete, outlandish coincidence) also a gamer geek. Heâ€™s even been involved in recording a slew of Actual Play tabletop RPG podcasts. 🙂
When heâ€™s not blogging or gaming, or writing novels about Cthulhu and whatnot, he works as a vet (veterinarian, not the army kind). Hence, the article provides a straight-forward and fun introduction to the basics of veterinary lingo.
But since you and me, Daniel, ainâ€™t nothing but mammals, the terminology is pretty much identical to the kind employed by people doctors.
If you memorize some of the key phrases, you should be able to much more easily bluff your way through an average gaming session featuring one or more doctor PC(s). (â€œIdiopathicâ€ and â€œiatrogenicâ€ will no doubt prove useful, especially if David is ever forced to make some sort of First Aid roll.) 😉