Unhallowed Metropolis Ep 6: False Flesh part 2 of 2

FeindDeTotenThe true face of the threat revealed, the crew must find a way to bring them to light or risk being picked off by a hidden enemy.

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6 comments on “Unhallowed Metropolis Ep 6: False Flesh part 2 of 2

  1. foxbear says:

    very good session, Fandible! Here’s hoping for many more Unhallowed Metropolis and (hopefully) the mighty Willard lives!

  2. Warren says:

    “I will break you” and Jesus… OTP.

  3. Warren says:

    Nice to see David shake the dice curse in this one.

  4. Jake says:

    I don’t think Jesus should be concerned with his inability to throw super-dangerous combats at the group. This episode gave off a very strong “The Thing” vibe with potential shapechanging enemies hidden behind every NPC, and it means combat is still very intense because it usually does come down to who lands that first blow, meaning the players have to be careful to make sure they’re the ones who get it.

    If you worry too much about trying to come up with a combat that requires multiple turns or has a low probability of success, then you’re going to end up playing Only War again. Do you want that?

    Your listeners do because we love your suffering, but I don’t think that you do.

  5. Syren says:

    Besides suffering that comes from a series of bad rolls instead of Jesus actively trying to kill you is that much sweeter.

  6. crawlkill says:

    so–I can’t think of any German word that’s even spelled like “fin” or any German word that looks like it’d be pronounced “day.” Is it “Fin des Toten?” that’d be a mix of French and German, French up front and German in the back, like in the 70s. “End of the Dead.” the “des” is part of the German part, pronounced “dez,” not like the French contraction “des.” although grammatically “Fin der Toten” would be better. genitive construction! WELCOME TO FOREIGN LANGUAGE BITCHES it requires a lot of sighing

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