These three scenarios are designed to be ?done-in-one,? but they may have greater consequences to the campaign. They are intended for use with the Ignotus ? campaign setting, but information is given on creatures, classes, and feats not found in the d20 Modern ? rulebook, so these scenarios can be used without the rulebook. The third scenario is for use in an ongoing Ignotus ? campaign, though it can be modified for any supernatural setting.
If you want to check out the Ignotus
setting before getting the rulebook, the "Halloween Special" is for you. If you're already playing an Ignotus
campaign, there is a bunch of new stuff for your game. If you're just looking for something different, these scenarios are short-- an average of 17 pages each-- so they can be quickly set up for a single-session game.
The first is a new look at the Headless Horseman, followed by the discovery of the inhabitants of a haunted house. Who will survive "Sleepy Hollow Revisited"?
The second scenario takes the characters on a train ride into a nightmare. After an attack on the train that leaves most of the passengers dead or trapped, the characters enter an old farmhouse, where they discover the secret of the former owner, and "The Chaos Engine."
The third is based on a recent discovery under the streets of Paris-- a theater and restaurant carved out of the catacombs. (The scenario may be set anywhere, though.) Who built the theater, and why did they do it? What do the symbols painted on the ceiling and walls mean? Find out in "Cinema Veritas."
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