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Publisher: Super Genius

Product Code: OWC4007

Publishing Year: 2009

Pages: 116

Cover Price: $14.99

Author(s): Louis Agresta

Artist(s): Gary Simpson, Jason Walton, Bradley K. McDevitt

Setting(s): Modern New York City at Halloween (several pages describe changes to allow play in 1890s or 1920s eras)

Format(s): Softcover and PDF

Contents

It's Halloween in an election year. New Yorkers prepare to celebrate with masked revels and parades, while the city's powerful hold fund raisers and give speeches. Business as usual in the Modern Gomorrah, but when someone or something hunts New York's streets, eviscerating stray animals, slaying the homeless where they huddle, and stealing women from shelters - it threatens a councilwoman's reelection bid.

Dangerous occult texts missing from the massive 5th Avenue Public Library, mad politicians hiding in their posh Park Avenue apartments and a new Egyptian exhibit premiering at the Metropolitan Museum this Halloween embroil the investigators in a secret war for access to the halls of power. From New York's high society to her mean streets, stalked beneath Times Square's busy lights by Things Man Was Not Meant to Know, the investigators must swiftly unravel a bloody skein of occult clues and confront the power behind the killings - or this Halloween may prove their last.

Snows of an Early Winter is a stand-alone Call of Cthulhu adventure set in modern day New York City. It contains everything a group needs for two or three evenings of investigation and horror, including the scenario, pre-generated characters, and hand outs. It is the latest in the innovative line of officially licensed Call of Cthulhu scenarios and supplements from Super Genius Games.

Scenarios: Snows of an Early Winter (Scenario)

Additional: Introduction, Player Handouts, Pregenerated characters

Front Cover Text

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Back Cover Text

Snows of an Early Winter

It's Halloween in an election year. New Yorkers prepare to celebrate with masked revels and parades, while the city's powerful hold fund raisers and give speeches. Business as usual in the Modern Gomorrah, but when someone or something hunts New York's streets, eviscerating stray animals, slaying the homeless where they huddle, and stealing women from shelters - it threatens a councilwoman's reelection bid.

Dangerous occult texts missing from the massive 5th Avenue Public Library, mad politicians hiding in their posh Park Avenue apartments and a new Egyptian exhibit premiering at the Metropolitan Museum this Halloween embroil the investigators in a secret war for access to the halls of power. From New York's high society to her mean streets, stalked beneath Times Square's busy lights by Things Man Was Not Meant to Know, the investigators must swiftly unravel a bloody skein of occult clues and confront the power behind the killings - or this Halloween may prove their last.

Snows of an Early Winter is a stand-alone Call of Cthulhu adventure set in modern day New York City. It contains everything a group needs for two or three evenings of investigation and horror, including the scenario, pre-generated characters, and hand outs. It is the latest in the innovative line of officially licensed Call of Cthulhu scenarios and supplements from Super Genius Games.

Comments / Trivia

Snows of an Early Winter is an adventure for four to eight Investigators. Most groups will be able to resolve the dark challenges in one to three evening’s worth of play (about 6–10 hours of game time) and roughly four days of in-game, imaginary time.

Playtesters were: Erik Frankhouse, Emily Marie Harris, and Greg A. Vaughan

Links

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