Tuesday, 8 May 2018

Sanctum Secorum Episode #07 Companion: Who Fears the Devil?

The Sanctum Secorum Episode #07 Companion: Who Fears the Devil? was written by Jen Brinkman, David Baity, and Bob Brinkman. Art is by Kim Suyeong and Vera Gentinetto. The publisher is Sanctum Media. This product is produced in association with the Sanctum Secorum podcast.

This Episode Companion is based on Sanctum Secorum Episode 7: Who Fears the Devil?, which discussed the short story collection by Manly Wade Wellman. The featured adventure was The Chained Coffin by Michael Curtis.

Disclosure: An adventure I wrote, Prince Charming, Reanimator, was discussed in this episode.

Within you will find:

Character Classes

Half Giant: This is a seven-level race-class, written by David Baity, and based upon the character of Rafe Enoch in Walk Like a Mountain, one of the stories in the collection.

Magic Items

Demon Stones: A description of the gemstones offered by One Other in the story of the same name, by Bob Brinkman. My own Gifts of the Only, found in Appendix N Adventures Add-Ons #1-5, ia inspired by the same story.

Enchanted Cane: Bob Brinkman provides game statistics for an item from the story, Vandy, Vandy.

Finding Light: Another item, written by Bob Brinkman. This one comes from Shiver in the Pines.

Monsters

Bammat: This monster, which appears in The Desrick on Yandro, is given a write-up by Bob Brinkman.

Becky Til Hoppard: An un-dead witch, written up by Jen Brinkman, from the story, Where Did She Wander?.

Behinder: Bob Brinkman provides game statistics for a classic monster of lumberjack folklore, which appears in The Desrick on Yandro. Also known as a hidebehind, you can find another version of this monster in The Chained Coffin Companion in The Chained Coffin Boxed Set, and yet another version in Fearsome Critters of the Woodlands.

Hoppard Kin: Jen Brinkman provides game statistics for the kinfolk of Becky Til Hoppard from Where Did She Wander?.

Patrons

The Fiddler:  "The Fiddler is a mysterious figure of power that often roams the countryside, merely seeking a place to play. Not to be confused with other, darker, powers who seek to coerce simple folks into making deals, the Fiddler is still not a being to be trifled with and is a staunch supporter of those who would call upon him."

This is a partial patron write-up, by Bob Brinkman, which includes invoke patron results and patron taint.

As with previous Companions, this volume can help the discerning Dungeon Crawl Classics judge determine how to stat up creatures from whatever movie or literature he likes.

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