Located near miskatonic university – This family owned pizza shop is famous for it’s house speciality white pork sauce asian pizza. George Lamont while on holiday in Malaysia came across Chee Liung, a 4 star chef working at the Golden parlor restaurant. He convinced Chee to come to America and work as the head chef. Within weeks of coming over Chee introduced his famous white pork sauce pizza to the hungry arkhamites. The white pork sauce has been said to taste like a creamy artichoke pepper sauce.As the business began to grow Chee was allowed to replace the kitchen staff with the kitchen staff from his old restaurant.
The hours of operation is 9am to 9pm 7 days a week.
- While in Malaysia George Lamont became involved in the cult of the silent walker- a cult dedicated to Chaugnar Faugn.
- Chee and his entire kitchen staff are all tcho tchos.
- the white pork sauce is really Bak Bon Dzshow, or Human Ganglia Paste, a sauce spread which takes days to prepare beforehand. The translation is generally given as “White Pork Sauce” with white pork meaning human flesh. As its real name suggests, it is made of pounded human ganglia and ordinary elements. It tastes like creamed artichokes with a hot peppery aftertaste. Humans eating it will dream of cannibalistic orgies
- Chee and his kitchen staff are responsible for several disappearances of college students and the homeless.
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A serial killer is stalking the streets of Limehouse in London. Victims range from streetwalkers to notable scholars. Each of the victims were decapitated and the heads were placed on display in a mocking fashion. The PC’s are either members of Scotland yard or detectives from the Hudson and Brand agency who are tasked to find the killer.
- The killer is the last surviving member of the toynbee cult. His victims were related to those responsible for the destruction of the cult.
- The killer is a member of the house of commons – suffering from psychosis.
- The killer is migo agent who is killing select people per the orders of his/her unearthly masters.
- Each of the victims were in fact members of a cult. The killer is an assassin for a rivel cult.
Following a near fatal bus accident, which the characters survive unscathed, they begin to notice that they are being followed by gaunt cadaverous beings with ashen skin and eyes the color of frozen meat dressed in drab gray Victorian suits; their faces are locked in a deathlike grin associated with rigor mortis.
When the characters are together, these beings stay their distant, watching the characters with their cold unblinking dead eyes. Once the characters break up or go their own way they attack that individual investigator working their way until they have killed every one who survived the encounter.
1 The beings are apparitions of accident victims on that stretch of land. They are haunting the investigators to see if they can get released into the other side. However, after several days of being ignored, they no longer seek release but instead seek to make the investigators one of them.
2 The investigators escaped death – they should have died that night. The cadaverous beings are minions of the grim reaper, sent to kill the investigators and uphold the balance of nature.
3 The investigators did not escape the accident unhurt; they are all in Miskatonic Hospital in comas. The beings that they are seeing are the warped form of their visiting friends and loved ones.
Copyright (c) 2005 Timothy Goss
An executioner, also known as a hangman or headsman, is an official who carries out a sentence of capital punishment on a legally condemned person
The executioner was often shunned by the community he lived in. This is one reason the executioner wore a mask,another reason to protect the executioner from reprisal. The duties of a executioner included carrying out lesser punishments such as flogging,etc. They were also tasked to carry out “interrogations” .
Fighting (two handed sword or battle axe), Natural World,First Aid*, Insight,Art/Craft, intimidate
Occupational Skill Points
Edu x 2 + Str x 2
0 to 30
After completing his / her training the new executioner will be gifted either a two handed sword or an axe.
Executioners do not suffer normal san loss due to blood and gore because of their training.
* = part of the executioner’s training is also to provide care to the condemned
Not directly, however, some of the concepts in BOC’s lyrics, particularly *Imaginos* seem to be inspired by some of Lovecraft’s work. For those not familiar, Howard Phillips Lovecraft was an early 20th-century writer of horror and science fiction stories. Although some of Lovecraft’s contemporaries often did not appreciate his work (labeling it “bad taste” and “sick”), Stephen King has acknowledged Lovecraft as the 20th-century’s “greatest practitioner of the classic horror tale”. He is best known for several short stories often referred to collectively as the “Cthulhu Mythos” — these stories refer to “The Great Old Ones”, creatures from other worlds and dimensions which once ruled the earth, and have since been defeated, expelled, or imprisoned by various cosmic forces. These creatures may rise again (“when the stars are right”), often aided by human cults performing ceremonies with various blasphemous incantations. Looking at the lyrics and liner notes of *Imaginos*, it’s obvious that there are many similarities. The story told by *Imaginos* explores a lot of the same concepts as the “Cthulhu Mythos”, close enough for some to claim that the two are one and the same (For example, Desdinova or Imaginos is “an actor playing roles in history, challenging man against evil”. He could be considered as an agent of evil — Lovecraft’s Nyarlathotep.). However, general is that *Imaginos*, while no doubt inspired by some of Lovecraft’s work (Al Bouchard also indicates that Sandy Pearlman and he had read some of Lovecraft’s work), is not meant to be a re-telling of Lovecraft’s “Cthulhu Mythos”. Having said that, the following are some literary references between *Imaginos* and Lovecraft’s work: The song “Les Invisibles” contains the line “beneath the polar mountain”. Lovecraft’s tale, “At the Mountains of Madness” discusses Antarctica as being a location where some of the Great Old Ones either arrived, ruled, or lay waiting. The songs “I Am The One You Warned Me Of” and “The Siege And Investiture Of Baron Von Frankenstein’s Castle At Weisseria” both contain references to “Starry Wisdom”. Lovecraft’s story, “The Haunter of the Dark” refers to “the Church of the Starry Wisdom”, a cult organization in which “the Shining Trapazohedron shows them heaven & other worlds, & that the Haunter of the Dark tells them secrets in some way.” Also, the Shining Trapazohedron appears to be similar in function to the Magna of Illusion of *Imaginos*. The song, “Les Invisibles” talks about “the empress lay sleeping to the rhyme of the star clock”, which may refer to the Great Old One’s return “when the stars are right”. The song “In The Presence Of Another World” contains the spoken words, “when the stars are right”. This same line is used in Lovecraft’s, “The Call of Cthulhu”. In addition, the “Oyster Boys”, as water beings can be likened to agents of Cthulhu. The song, “Harvest Moon” seems very Lovecraftian in nature as well. An unknown evil is implied in the final verse, where the singer refuses to go out at nights since the disappearance of someone’s daughter, yet with the understanding that she’ll be found in the spring when the snow melts. Lovecraft wrote a few stories about towns with such hidden evils. This article can originally be found here