The October RPG Blog Alliance Carnival shall be HORRIBLE! (In the best possible way)

I’m extremely pleased to be hosting October 2012’s RPGA Blog Carnival! Seeing as it’s October, let’s make this downright horrible!

What is it that makes a gaming session horrible? It could be wonderfully horrible, such as that time you were playing Call of Cthulhu and the hair stood up on the back of your neck as your cat screeched at an ’empty’ closet!

Or it could be horrible as in that time you ran the convention game and the only people who showed up were a set of quadruplets who were all rules lawyers in the system you created.

Tell us your horror stories! Make them scary, make them poignant, offer tips on how to increase the horror factor or decrease the chances of your game turning out horribly!

Here at TC we’ll try and roll out some interesting posts this month to cover this theme – posts and podcasts!

If you would like to participate, and you have a blog, then click here to read all about it! Then contact me and let me know when you’d like to schedule your post. I’ll do my best to get weekly updates of everyone’s material here on TC and spread the love. Also, you’re quite welcome to submit a guest post which I can publish here. Again, simply contact me!

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  1. I like to describe an eerie sound that has no real bearing on anything. It’s nothing they can find; it’s just there to facilitate the mood. A scratching sound, an occasional low thump, the sound of the wind but no one feels a breeze.

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