Author Topic: Mansions of Madness  (Read 1708 times)


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Mansions of Madness
« on: September 18, 2012, 07:41:50 pm »
Some of you might remember a game that I picked up in the spring and have been storing in the office ever since. It's called Mansions of Madness, a Fantasy Flight game based on the Cthulhu Mythos. Thematically, it's similar to Betrayal at the House on the Hill. You play a team of adventurers investigating a haunted mansion. The difference is that there is no traitor in Mansions of Madness; your enemy is the GM. Also, the scenarios for Mansions of Madness are longer and more detailed. The game takes 2-3 hours not including setup, but I'll take care of the setup.

I'd like to run this game a few times, probably Monday evenings. There's room for four players plus the GM (me). I have eight available scenarios, so you have plenty of choice.
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