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This article is about the Call of Cthulhu supplement. For other uses of Strange Aeons, please see Strange Aeons (Disambiguation)

Details

Publisher: Chaosium

Product Code: 2353

Publishing Year: 1995

Pages: 86

Cover Price: $14.95

Authors: Lucya Szachnowski, Gary O'Connell, Dr. Michael C. LaBossiere, Justin Tynes

Interior illustrations: Adam Cogan

Maps: Dr. Michael C. LaBossiere and Lillian Butler

Editorial and Layout: Janice Sellers

Elizabethan consultants: Hilary Ayer, Marshall Clevesy, Tim Duncan, Tom Willey

Copyreading: Anne F. Merritt

Cover design and layout: Charlie Krank

Setting(s): Other (16th century Spain, Near future, Elizabethan era London)

Format(s): Softcover

Contents

Scenarios: Garden of Earthly Delights, Blood Moon, The King of Shreds and Patches


Additional: Introduction, Handouts

Front Cover Text

Three Unusual Times & Places

Back Cover Text

Bizzarre Events at a U.N. Moonbase, Pestilence and Plague in Elizabethan London, Secrets of the Spanish Inquisition

Times of Terror During the month of January, 1603, London is in the grip of a bitterly cold winter. The air is crisp with a heavy frost that is slow to thaw. Rumors abound that the plague is once more abroad in the city- knowledge that weighs heavily on the populace.

Numerous houses have already been boarded up; people have again taken to slaughtering stray dogs, wearing too-strong perfumes, and applying arsenic under the armpits. The Pest House is filling, and deaths are on the rise.

Now you hear that Queen Elizabeth is unwell, and will probably die before spring. Everyone is wary of others, and foreigners are carriers.

It is a depressing time to be about in the city.

Strange Aeons contains three adventures set in unusual times and places: in Renaissance Spain during the logical dread and austere Spanish Inquisition, in a twenty-first century lunar outpost, and in Elizabethan England, among certain talented playwrights. Six pre-generated characters are provided for each scenario.

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