Tuesday, October 22, 2013

More Lies! More Lies! A Giveaway Contest

With the season of fear and horror upon us (or at least ready for exploitation), I have a little contest. I've mentioned before Eternal Lies, the massive Trail of Cthulhu campaign just released. Pelgrane crafts smart larger supplements for this game from the improv campaign of The Armitage Files, to the brilliant framework of Bookhounds of London, to the genre emulation of Shadows Over Filmland, and beyond. Great games often come to be defined by great campaigns and modules. CoC brought us Masks of Nylarlethotep and Walker in the Wastes for example. I think Eternal Lies will stand with those. And I'm giving away another copy of it. 

Pelgrane Press has once again generously gifted this 400-page hardcover tome as a prize. They remain an awesome company, and not just because of this. Accordingly I've come up with another little contest. I love setting and place details in horror games, and Eternal Lies uses them to effect. From the presence of feral beasts to grue coatings to the jungle stones So for this contest all you have to do is leave a comment on this thread, along with horrific or unsettling detail about a place. You can also enter by posting in a similar thread you’ll find in the Pelgrane Press G+ Community.

Rules
1. You must have a US Mailing address. (Yes, I'm an awful human being...)
2. You may enter up to twice: once here and once in the Pelgrane G+ Community thread.
3. You should leave an interesting and evocative place detail.
4. The winner will be chosen at (or a little after) noon EST on Wednesday October 30th. I will make consolidated a list of the entries on both threads and then use an online random number generator to pick a winner.
5. Winners will be contacted via email or the like. If I don’t hear back from the winner within 48 hours, I’ll pick another winner.
6. The winner receives a hardcover of Eternal Lies mailed to them.

I think that’s all the formalities. Thanks again to Pelgrane Press for offering this up. 

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