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Unaussprechlichen Kulten

Lost in the Lights — Nameless Cults, Volume One

by on Mar.24, 2013, under Source book, Unaussprechlichen Kulten

VIVA LAS VEGAS!

Angelique Adams was a runaway coming home from Las Vegas. Only she never made it and her last text message said she had been trying to escape some “cult wackos”!

Tracking down the aspiring singer will take you on a journey into the seamy, steamy high-risk and surreal Sin City of today where what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas…

Lost in the Lights presents a full description and history of the Keepers of the Primal Song, and ‘Invisible Sun’, a full-length investigative scenario and thoroughly researched background for Call of Cthulhu™…Right Now!

Plus add-on plot seeds, suggested viewing & listening, and conversion notes for the Delta Green setting. And Elvises. Lots and lots of Elvises.

Prepare to have your soul set on fire… figuratively and literally.

Casino security, cinematic capers, tech-savvy villains, underground night clubs, faded pop stars and celebrity cameos (real and not-so-real) all add up to a long, strange trip… Beyond.

Lost in the Lights is the first volume of ‘Neue Unaussprechliche Kulte’, a series detailing modern day cults that are ready to run for any Keeper of Arcane Lore.

Viva La Shabbith, baby!

You can get your copy of Lost in the Lights at DriveThruRPG, RPGNow right now, or e23 (soon).
• Lost in the Lights PDF
Lost in the Lights Deluxe Interactive Handouts
• Lost in the Lights Combo Deal (best value – PDF and interactive handouts together)

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Lost in the Lights

by on Feb.14, 2011, under Future Publications, Unaussprechlichen Kulten

A sourcebook for Call of Cthulhu, by Jeff Moeller.

Lost in the lights is the first of Sixtystone’s series Unaussprechlichen Kulten.

Each volume breathes life into a previously referenced but otherwise obscure cult covering such details as its origin, history, timeline through the ages, trappings, rituals, psychology, the god, the cultists, and any modern incarnations.

The material allows the cult to be set up and used in any era. with material for Classical era, Invictus, Dark Ages, Colonial/Early America, and modern. The modern era part describes the entire current operation and stats out the current head cultist along with his sordid life story.

The remainder of the book is a scenario entitled Invisible Sun, which pits the investigators against the current cult in modern day Las Vegas. It’s deliberately campy; film/literary treatments of Las Vegas such as 3000 Miles to Graceland, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, the original Night Stalker pilot movie, and Mars Attacks! all get shoutouts. This is horror with a tone of surreal.

By Jeff Moeller.
Edited by Adam Crossingham & Jeff Moeller.
Cover art and interior illustration by Davod Lee Ingersoll.
Format: Paperback & PDF.
Length: 100+ pages
Status: Post playtest editing.

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