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Aug 15, 2022

Pateron voting results: Jon’s plot idea is selected
Jon's Idea: Chloe is missing, and could be the victim of serpent people who want to spread their sinister influence. The investigators must find Chloe before a competing team of (bumbling) investigators ruin the clue trail and seal Chloe's fate. Low-budget grindhouse movie shot in the Philippines. Name of movie: Raining Blood!
Seth did a lot of research on what it was like for Hollywood to make cheap exploitation movies in the Philippines back in the 1970s, which included watching a documentary called Machete Maidens Unleashed.
A minor earthquake opened a section of a cave being used by the film crew, which initiated the problem with the formless spawn.
NPCs to be created:
  • Chloe’s Agent
  • Film Director
  • Film Producer
  • Punong-Bayan (Filipino town mayor)
  • Chloe’s Agent’s Contact in the Philippines
  • Filipino Film Editor
  • Filipino Cameraman
  • WWII War Vet (American ex-pat) - stories of surviving the voormis monster
Next up: Seth and Jon will finalize the list of locations that will be used in the scenario, since this will directly impact what maps need to be created.
Shout-outs - Thank you to our recent Patrons:
  • Joe Todaro
  • Scott Core
  • Chris Airiau
  • James W.
  • Matthew Rep
  • Rthr-X
  • Jim Calabrese
  • Darrin Chandler
Thank you all for your support
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We can’t do this show alone. We want to thank our amazing editors Max Mahaffa and Edwin Nagy for their hard work and keen skills at making us sound awesome!
We also want to thank John Sumrow, for our badass logo. He’s a very talented artist, so please follow him on Facebook, check out his official website, and please consider joining his Patreon account. Links in the show notes.
And finally, we want to thank The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets for generously allowing us to use their song, Gluttony, as our intro and outro music. If you are a fan of Lovecraft’s writing and the Call of Cthulhu RPG, then you need to check out The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Please check out their BandCamp site and their official band site. Links in the show notes.