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by DadsAngry
Sat Sep 05, 2015 3:08 pm
Forum: Cthulhu Britannica General Discussion
Topic: Terror on the Thames - Cabin 1(spoilers)
Replies: 2
Views: 494

Re: Terror on the Thames - Cabin 1(spoilers)

I just reread the rules for carrying a body in 7e rulebook. Lifting a body is based off the size of the person one is lifting. So the STR required is a combined 90. Meaning two people with a min of 45 can lift 'Big T' Laine without needed to make a roll. If 'Big T' Laine size was more than 90 than a...
by DadsAngry
Sat Sep 05, 2015 2:58 pm
Forum: Cthulhu Britannica General Discussion
Topic: London Box set written for 7e?
Replies: 4
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London Box set written for 7e?

Was the London box set written for 6th edition first then converted to 7th? If so I think some conversation might have been missed. Example: In the Terror on the Thames adventure the door to cabin 8 can be forced opened (STR 25). STR 25 is the same toughness as the first door in Masks of Nyarlathote...
by DadsAngry
Sat Sep 05, 2015 1:31 pm
Forum: Cthulhu Britannica General Discussion
Topic: Terror on the Thames - Cabin 1(spoilers)
Replies: 2
Views: 494

Terror on the Thames - Cabin 1(spoilers)

In cabin 1 we find 'Big T' Laine hanging himself. A combined STR of 30 is required to hold him up while the other attempt to cut him down. STR 30 are you sure about that number? In 1-6 edition terms that a person with a STR of 6. 'Big T' is SIZ 90. Also there is a minor typo in 'Big T' Laine skill l...