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Should the card you played be equal or greater in numerical value than the trick card, then youtake the trick and add the points to your total.
If you have a card in your hand that matches the suit of the card that was flipped over, then you MUST play it even if it does not take the trick. If you do not have a matching suit card then you proceed to flip over another trick card.
This continues until you can no longer take any more tricks. If your point total equals or exceeds the target then you win the challenge.
Here you are presented with 10 face down cards. If you won the challenge the cards you select will be positive i. If you failed the challenge then the results will be negative i.
The number of cards that you may or must draw depends on how well or poorly you did in the trick taking game. So there you have it.
Of course, being a Cryptic Comet game there are a lot of subtle details and complex mechanics to delve into. For example, many of the items, spells, psychic talents and heroic action cards that you acquire will allow you to try and change the Tarot cards in your favor.
You can bump the values up or down, draw new cards to your hand or the trick table or even add points directly to you tricks taken point value.
Inventory - Your inventory is simple and laid out on a pad directly in front of you. There are five different categories for storing inventory items.
The main four correspond to the Tarot suits and the fifth is Major Arcana, which is a type of trump card that also can initiate powerful one time effects when played.
Each item in the game has an encumbrance value. You can have up to your attribute number of encumbrance points in each category. For example, if your Swords attribute was 5, then you could have up to 5 encumbrance points worth of items cards in your inventory.
You can spend these tokens to increase your attributes and gain special edges and abilities. Every character starts the game with a profession card that enables this but additional specialized skill cards can be bought as well.
Off the beaten path nooks and crannies will often yield important clue cards that will give you a significant upper hand when confronting the final mission challenge.
These challenges decide whether you win or lose the game so finding clues can be an effective strategy in bringing off a win when the odds look grim.
Clue cards are placed in your personnel folder for viewing. Ancient though they may be, the mysteries of the occult remain obscure, protected by hermetic orders or locked within esoteric repositories of knowledge.
In an occult adventure, the characters uncover clues as they search for the meaning behind perplexing events and supernatural phenomena.
The tone is usually ominous and laden with secrecy and veiled threats as the characters untangle each portentous thread of occult mystery. Ordinary folk seldom recognize the patterns beneath events; only the truly initiated, undaunted by the risks to mind, body, and soul, dare plumb the depths of the occult in order to protect their world from unseen dangers.
Incorporating occult themes into games where magic is commonplace requires careful consideration. Think of the occult like layers of an onion. By peeling back these layers one at a time, PCs can be at first perplexed by, then increasingly familiar with, the strange rules that govern this parallel world.
But once PCs become comfortable with one occult reality, they discover a new deeper, darker layer. In occult adventures, each new piece of the puzzle opens up more questions than it answers, and the mysteries of the story and plot are carefully nested like so many matryoshka dolls.
In such games, haunts do not hesitate to reveal the causes for their spiritual contamination, and ritually marked corpses are far more than atmospheric window dressing.
The very locations adventurers investigate may themselves be intrinsically linked by mysterious ley lines to other locations with similarly disturbing histories.
As characters in an occult campaign start to discover the hidden strands that connect seemingly unrelated events, they begin to interact with the bizarre, esoteric trappings of occult stories, including the following elements.
Standard adventures present a problem, obstacles in the form of monsters and traps, and a resolution. By comparison, occult adventures are subtler.
Strange phenomena, bizarre murders, and eerie occurrences are regular hooks in occult adventures, and the characters must peel away layer after layer to find the truth.
The occult elements in your story might also fade in and out of a campaign with an altogether different main theme, recurring every few adventures as side treks that at first have little to do with one another—or so it would seem.
The further the PCs progress in the campaign story, the more clearly they begin to distinguish the patterns underlying all of their adventures.
For example, the PCs might discover that all of the unearthed graves they encountered throughout several adventures were the resting places of an order of scribes who penned a tome foretelling the apocalypse.
Mystery adventures can be tricky to write, as the GM cannot always foresee when clues are too obvious or too obscure, and either case may be frustrating for the players.
Bringing the occult into the campaign one small piece at a time creates the illusion of unseen forces moving in secret, even if neither the GM nor the players know the nature of the mystery at the beginning of the campaign.
As the campaign progresses and more pieces fall into place, the mystery reveals itself and takes a definite shape. Clues Only for the Initiated: Game Masters often try to conceal vital information in games to preserve mysteries for fateful, well-timed reveals.
While such reticence may sometimes be necessary to preserve intrigue and guide PCs, occult games dole out information more readily and more frequently, but in a slightly different manner.
Because the most significant clues in an occult mystery may be hard to even recognize as clues, such methods can not only more easily screen the key bits of information that do propel the plot forward, but also create a more mysterious atmosphere.
Red herrings should not always be dead ends. Instead, they may serve to set up further adventures for the PCs, leaving them with the uneasy sense that strange events driven by bizarre, eldritch motivations are hidden in the world all around them.
For example, while the PCs are on the trail of a murderous demon cult, misinformation might lead them to a secret society involved in unusual initiation rites.
Sometimes the best way to involve the PCs in a campaign is to ask them what they want. At the beginning of your occult campaign, ask each player to come up with a personal mystery for his or her character, such as having witnessed an unusual phenomenon or having experienced an inexplicable event as a teenager.
A PC may have brief flashbacks to her childhood of visits by men in blood-red robes and disturbing animal masks, for example. It may center on a certain location, like a place seen in recurring dreams or the ghost-haunted gardens of some overgrown manor.
It could have to do with a mysterious object, such as a locket that throbs painfully in the hands of a psychometrist or an ancient tome containing twisting, backwards writing in which a new word is scribbled each day.
Some hooks may play major roles in the campaign, while others turn out to be minor anecdotes. When running an occult game, consider replacing some of the NPCs who broker information with spirits, daemons, otherworldly entities, and mortals who traffic in the occult, such as a medium who channels spirits from a ramshackle wooden hut at the edge of a misty bog.
Occult adventures emphasize the search for obscure, hidden knowledge beyond the ken of mortal minds.
Such information is the province of spirits and lost souls who wander those rarely trod paths. Some buildings may have mysterious symbols hidden in their architecture, or were designed to attract or channel occult power.
For instance, adventurers who disturb the cairn of a powerful sorcerer might soon discover that the occult nature of the structure itself kept his soul in check.
And, of course, GMs should design interconnected webs of intrigue that subtly display these patterns, daring PCs to pull the loose threads of reality and unravel all that they know, exposing the terrible secrets that lie beneath.
In a campaign steeped in occult lore and practice, spirits and demons might be the major quest-givers, regular allies, foils, or adversaries, and their machinations pull the PCs in multiple directions.
They might all seem virtuous, or may all seem reprehensible, but they all want something, and they are willing to use the PCs as pawns to achieve it.
An uncooperative angel may give the characters information only grudgingly, whereas a devil who wants something might be more forthcoming.
The quest for knowledge features prominently in occult adventures. Calamity strikes when mortals rush blindly in, throwing open the doors to powers that they do not yet comprehend.
As the characters begin to perceive the occult world that surrounds them, consider the dreadful fates and terrible sacrifices that they might face as they immerse themselves ever deeper into the occult.
In the depths of the occult underworld, initiates barter for the true names of demon princes, exchange rare formulae for the creation of artificial life, and broker in corpses that conceal terrible secrets.
Such mystical bargains are rarely fair trades of power, and hermetic orders and cults manipulate these exchanges to devalue the knowledge traded away and inflate the value of the knowledge earned.
The behavior of occult denizens often falls into unusual patterns. As discussed above, these patterns often manifest in architecture, but they also show up as odd coincidences that have significance for occult investigators, such as corpses discovered in symbolic patterns.
Occult creatures themselves are beings of eccentric habits, and PCs may exploit their patterns of behavior to expose or confront them, perhaps discovering the celestial alignments that must happen in order for some diabolical plan to finally come to fruition.
But occult knowledge could give investigating player characters unusual opportunities to learn more about their foes.
Perhaps divinations or phrenological readings reveal multiple weaknesses characters could exploit, though not all of them are real, and some may even empower the antagonist.
Ultimately, the only way to find out may be to encounter the antagonist directly, but putting the acquired knowledge to the test may be a more dangerous affair than the PCs initially realized.
When death is final and unknown, it is as mysterious to living beings as it is terrifying. Characters accustomed to communicating with spirits, however, know that death is not the end.
In fact, characters skilled in the occult might willingly wander the Ethereal Plane to quest, converse, and mingle among the bodiless spirits that reside there.
In these games, characters usually have a pretty good idea of what fate awaits them, and what the final reward—or punishment—will be for their actions in life.
In occult adventures where characters can leave their bodies, travel in dreams, and project their forms onto the Astral Plane, the death of the physical body could come to hold less significance.
Therefore, present the characters with fates worse than death. This might amount to a torturous "living" death, such as the eternal enslavement and torture of the soul or a debilitating madness that gradually renders a psychic creature mindless and insane.
Setting the scene is important in occult adventures, which rely upon creating an eerie atmosphere of tension, dread, and wonder in the presence of the supernatural.
GMs can use props and tools to create a physical atmosphere around their players that draws them in to the emotional realm of the adventure.
A room illuminated by flickering candles suggests darkened seance chambers or occult rituals, and a prepared library of sounds and voices brings settings and characters to life.
If the characters are occult initiates or psychics, or they consult a fortune-teller or a medium, consider using cards, crystals, talismans, talking boards, and other such items as props in those scenes.
Challenge yourself to give the players goose bumps a few times over the course of your campaign. The following campaign themes combine the elements of occult adventures in different ways, and are meant to serve as packages to help GMs open the door of the occult in their campaign worlds.
The Unseen Realms and Strange Rules and Peculiar Patterns elements introduce an occult underworld that operates beneath the veneer of everyday life.
Members of the occult underworld masquerade as the ordinary folk who occupy every stratum of society. In adventures that use this theme, an air of paranoia and dread looms as the characters investigate dark mysteries.
No one is safe. No one can be trusted. Not every secret society holds a dark agenda, however, and indeed some secret orders exist to oppose the machinations of evil cults.
In time, the characters in an occult adventure might join such an order, or the party itself may come to be recognized as its own faction amongst the occult underworld.
Another way to impress the theme of a ubiquitous occult underworld upon the characters is to hit them close to home. Choose an important NPC dear to one of the characters to be a member of a secret society or a cult that the characters oppose.
Consider the scenes in which your NPC has appeared and create an ulterior motive for the character within those scenes that advances the agenda of the secret society or cult to which the NPC belongs.
Occult elements such as Mysteries within Mysteries, The Price and Power of Knowledge, and Fates Worse Than Death can combine to create a powerful overriding campaign theme highlighting the struggle for dominance between the worlds of the living and the dead.
The veils between the worlds are worn thin. Haunts, ghosts, and lost souls are commonplace, though they are not the true antagonists; in such campaigns, the real villains are often powerful outsiders with legions of minions who specialize in the harvesting of souls for a profitable black market in the nether realms.
Spirits who seek rest are a common occurrence, and PCs are tasked with discovering the means to help the dead move on one way or another, either through completing tasks a soul left incomplete in life, or by laying the spirit to rest permanently through force of might.
Stakes are high in such games, and death is never the end. GMs who explore the Power and Price of Knowledge and Unseen Realms elements will eventually reveal the presence of parallel realities to this Material Plane.
Rather than venturing outward to distant lands, your occult adventurers might turn their focus inward to the strange realms of thoughts, dreams, spirits, and the soul.
When planning adventures along this theme, think about ways the characters can probe the realities before their eyes on a deeper level.
For instance, as they investigate mysteries, you may want to occasionally provide ways for them to explore the Transitive Planes, and even the Outer Planes, to discover clues.
A mindscape is typically a surreal puzzle environment where the characters accomplish their tasks by navigating the mindscape and deceiving or satisfying the controlling mind, overcoming its defenses, unlocking its doors, and learning the secrets buried deep within.
GMs should be prepared to adjudicate scenes where the characters project themselves into nonphysical realms. Adventures along this theme might find the characters entering the twisted mindscape of an insane or possessed victim, or they might enter the mindscape of an enemy to steal hidden knowledge or implant subconscious suggestions.
The Mysteries within Mysteries and Unseen Realms elements emphasize the feeling of otherworldly awe that the occult inspires by showing how the everyday world reacts to eerie phenomena.
In occult adventures, ordinary people tend to fear unknown circumstances over which they have little control.
Rumor and superstition only exacerbate their distress, and a frightened populace can swiftly resort to extreme measures, including holy inquisitions and witch hunts, in order to regain some assurance of security, no matter how short-lived it be.
As a result of societal paranoia, the occult might be a forbidden art for the characters, and one that they must keep secret. Adventures might involve finding and communicating with other occult initiates by signals, tokens, or a specialized cant, while the adventurers bravely fight a shadow war on behalf of a world that shuns them.
As another take on this theme, the common crowd could develop a worshipful fascination toward people or entities skilled in the occult arts, consulting them for knowledge of the future or employing their psychic talents to quickly learn what ordinary folk cannot normally see or know.
On the other hand, twisted individuals who wield occult power often attract lackeys and slaves willing to serve the dark arts, and the ranks of wicked cults teem with dangerous, unscrupulous predators enraptured by their charismatic cult leaders.
GMs who wish to fully immerse PCs in an exclusively occult campaign will likely incorporate most or all of the occult elements, and brew multiple, overlapping themes to propel their campaigns toward darker realms.
Without changing any game mechanics, arcane and divine classes can share in a game in which the characters are exceptional beings who dare to use powers beyond mortal ken.
NPCs with supernatural powers should be rare, or should conceal themselves from the world at large. Large and powerful churches may exist, exerting significant economic and political power, but only a few individuals ever perform miracles, and even these persons of extraordinary faith may fall out of favor with church doctrine.
Perhaps in such campaigns there are no true gods, or their status as divine entities cannot be proven. It may be that the so-called gods are actually various spirits and other inscrutable forces that occupy the space between dimensions.
The Outer Planes and the gods who dwell there may be just a shared manifestation of the collective consciousness, which appears to exist only because people believe that it does.
Rumors of the corpses of strange creatures appearing for sale in the city are confirmed with the display of a brace of dead imps in a local market.
Where are they from, and why are they here? The characters overhear the rush of fear and excitement when the corpses of two imps appear for sale in a local bazaar.
It is soon revealed that the source of the corpses is a local ragpicker with some knowledge of the occult, who discovered the imps discarded behind an old lodge building of a defunct fraternal society.
Soon, another pair is discovered, and more pairs follow on its heels. What could be causing their appearance, and who is killing them two at a time?
The imps are actually the messengers of a powerful devil once in league with the defunct secret society. A sorcerer recently took up residence in the old lodge, and the imps began appearing with tempting offerings from their diabolical master.
The sorcerer slew the daily emissaries and disposed of their bodies. Does the ragpicker know more than he is willing to admit? What dark secrets does the lodge hold that the devil may seek for himself?
Someone, or something, is harvesting the souls of the deceased before they can reach their ultimate reward. The seance circles began with good intentions, but one of them is unwittingly the pawn of a night hag, unknowingly concealing her dread ambitions.
The guild is now murdering innocent victims so that she can bind their souls to her heartstone. Perhaps she had captured the spirit of a powerful, corrupt entity that now threatens the city with darker strife after gaining its freedom.
The PCs have brought peace to the community for a time, but at what price, and what deadly machinations await? The PCs are called on to investigate the murders and find the corpses brutally smashed and savagely disfigured in ways hardly possible for mortal man.
Locals suspect a dimwitted strongman from a traveling freak show, but the true culprit is a deadly clay golem once built for protection.
The secret society responsible for the original purge is planning another. They decided it would be truly poetic if the same protector that stopped the previous purge became the spark for the new one.
After sending it out to commit murders of authorities and build anger against the slums, the young aristocrat plans to betray the golem and come out of that betrayal as the hero who stopped the murders, as he leads a second retributive purge of the slums.
Will the PCs come to the rescue of those who cannot protect themselves? When a wise and benevolent ruler mysteriously falls unconscious and begins to waste away, turmoil erupts throughout the land as various factions vie for power.
If the PCs perish while on this journey, their bodies suffer the same fate as the ruler. The ruler has no desire to return to the sorrows of life on the Material Plane, and opposes the PCs at every turn.
The procession visits the ethereal versions of three places significant to the ruler in life. If the characters travel to the Dimension of Dreams, these places are idealized memories rather than ethereal haunts.
Regardless of the reality the PCs visit, the ruler resists them. And as the characters explore, they find the processions of other rulers heading toward Heaven or Hell.
Are these events all somehow connected? Farther from this place, in a hidden hillside glen, is a smaller circle of stones—one for every generation—with human bones buried below, the remains of offerings.
The PCs stop at the village during the course of their adventures. The villagers abandon their homes and gather around the menhir, chanting words in a forgotten language.
The chosen monarchs are within the circle, seemingly unharmed. A psychic ghost or aberrant horror bound to the menhir manifests every generation to feed on the offerings provided by the villagers.
When the being feeds, the menhir glows with a soft golden radiance, and the land for miles around becomes rich and fertile for a whole generation.
If the PCs stake out the menhir during the night of the sacrifice, they have a chance to fight the creature, and if they rescue the sacrifices, the creature comes after them.
Creatures of psychic power are attracted to a ley line passing through the menhir. Following the ley line leads to other villages with their own menhirs; those that were denied their sacrifices are now surrounded by dry and desolate land where nothing lives.
Ley lines lead from these menhirs as well, on and on throughout the world. Generation after generation, the beings bound to these menhirs feed and grow more powerful.
How can the PCs release the common folk from these mysterious horrors? After concluding a previous adventure, the PCs celebrate a job well done.
During their revelry, they meet a woman who is excited for their success and invites them to her villa. She offers comfortable beds, fine foods and drinks, and the run of her abode.
She tells them they are welcome to stay as long as they like, if they help her with a simple task. The woman is actually the consciousness of an ancient being imprisoned within an immersive mindscape.
It long ago stopped trying to escape its mental prison, and now all it wants is some companionship. The consciousness creates whatever the characters desire, weaving a compelling tapestry of experience at first indistinguishable from the material world.
Eventually, the characters figure out that wealth, fame, and fortune are falling into their laps just a little too easily and realize they must find a way out of the mindscape.
The PCs might decide to destroy the mindscape—perhaps by traveling to the Dimension of Dreams, and possibly even freeing the ancient consciousness in the process.
Other trapped creatures might exist inside the mindscape, and freeing them might provide the characters with future contacts or adversaries.
Following a series of disasters or a virulent plague, the desperate populace places its faith in a fanatical faction of an otherwise reputable church.
With great resources now at their disposal, the zealots promise to undo the curse by appeasing the gods through punishment of evildoers and heretics.
The PCs enter the scene when the witch hunters attempt to arrest them or their allies, or when family members and close associates are captured by the order.
Outwardly, the leader of the order, the Truthseeker, appears to be its most rational and penitent member. In truth, this person is a psychic tyrant who uses his abilities to read minds and expose enemies of the order.
In short time, the splinter faction becomes a powerful cult as the Truthseeker trains the witch hunters to read minds and tell the future.
The PCs might simply rescue their allies from the order, or they might expose the Truthseeker. How many cities and towns has it infiltrated, and how readily does it swell its numbers?
Did the cultists cause the tragic events that led to their rise to power? Even if the PCs stop the Truthseeker, is another cult member ready to take up the mantle?
The PCs are tasked with looking into a series of disappearances in a major city. During their investigation, they accidentally come across evidence that implicates a local noble.
The PCs are unaware that their suspect is the owner of a soul portrait. As the PCs delve into the background of the accused, they learn that despite her youthful appearance, she is well into her seventies.
Further research reveals that a series of her acquaintances, competitors, and family members disappeared in the years following her thirtieth birthday.
The accused noble is defended by a legion of mercenaries who are too powerful for the PCs to assault directly. The soul portrait prevents divinations that would reveal her true nature, projecting the image of her innocent younger self.
While the PCs are sure she is the cause of the disappearances and other crimes, the noble deflects any blame by means of her sizable wealth and perceived charitable nature.
When the PCs truly become a threat to her, the noble attacks those closest to them using various forms of harassment and torture.
The PCs have to contend with a foe empowered by the mistaken belief that she can suffer no consequences from her actions.
When the accused is defeated, her image moves to the background of the soul portrait , and the PCs are left with the unsavory task of deciding what to do with the artifact.
Less scrupulous PCs may decide to take it for themselves, commissioning an artist to add their likenesses to the canvas, having learned of the powers bequeathed by the portrait.
When it comes to occult adventures, locations themselves can be living things, serving as active participants in paranormal stories.
Loci spirits form when excess psychic energy becomes saturated with powerful positive emotional resonances. Loci spirits typically arise in places with connections to previous miracles, benevolent guardian spirits, or good-aligned deities.
Loci spirits infuse a specific area; their psychic energy heightens the positive emotions experienced there to create a feeling of peace and protection.
A loci spirit also manifests a unique ceremonial power linked specifically to the emotional energy that birthed the spirit. Except in rare circumstances, a given area can house at most one loci spirit.
The emanating feelings of peace and protective warmth make a loci spirit obvious to those within its area. A loci spirit is always LG, NG, or CG in alignment and has the aura of a good outsider for the purposes of detect good and similar magic.
A loci spirit generates at least one of the three following permanent effects within the area it inhabits. Spell resistance does not apply to this effect.
Every undead creature entering the area of a loci spirit takes a —1 penalty on attack rolls, damage rolls, and saving throws. In addition to the permanent effect, each loci spirit has a ceremonial effect that another creature can activate by performing a specific ceremonial activity.
When the celebrant successfully completes the ceremony, the loci spirit immediately manifests its effect. A creature can benefit from only one boon from a loci spirit at a time.
Each loci spirit has a number of hit points equal to twice its CR, which it uses to resist corruption. If a loci spirit is reduced to 0 hit points, it becomes corrupted; thereafter, it acts as a haunt of the same CR and loses any loci spirit permanent effects.
Once a loci spirit has been corrupted, its effects instead manifest as mind-affecting fear effects. These new effects should have a similar power level to that of the ceremonial effect the loci spirit previously manifested.
A corrupted loci spirit has the aura of an evil outsider for the purposes of detect evil and similar effects.
The haunt has the same number of hit points as the loci spirit originally did; these are separate from its loci spirit hit points, which remain at 0 until the loci spirit is purified.
Corrupted loci spirits can be neutralized or destroyed in the same fashion as haunts. If a character manages to restore the full hit points of the uncorrupted loci spirit, the character has purged the corruption entirely, and the loci spirit returns to its former benevolence.
This could potentially occur over the course of multiple encounters with the corrupted spirit. Until then, the haunt continues to reset.
Any weaknesses the loci spirit has, such as being susceptible to corruption or hard to heal, are listed here. These are the skill checks that must be performed in order for the loci spirit to manifest its ceremonial effect.
This entry details the ceremonial effect of the loci spirit, and includes a description of how the loci spirit manifests. Step 1—Determine Base CR: Step 2—Determine Actual CR: Step 5—Determine Ceremony DC: Normally, the ceremonial effect is harmless and thus applies only if a creature voluntarily wishes to resist or negate the effect.
A corrupted loci spirit manifests a mind-affecting fear effect with the same spell level as its unique effect.
Benevolent Priest CR 5. Effect When the celebrant performs the appropriate offering of twigs and berries, the loci spirit manifests as a ghostly, rotund man in clerical garb bearing trays of food, which he offers to the celebrant and its allies, as the create food and water spell.
Corruption Effect create food and water becomes contagion DC Ghostly Warriors CR 5. Corruption Effect align weapon becomes shatter DC CG energized singular loci spirit ft.
Corruption Effect Heroism becomes scare DC Destroy artifacts to escape, but watch your back, as the nightmare becomes more desperate the closer you get to liberation.
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Quests can be approached in a different order from one player to another, providing a unique and different gameplay experience each time.
The game utilizes environmental tools, such as detailed visuals, perfectly timed audio, and a Gothic setting to convey and promote fear and panic in the player.
Prepare to Panic The main enemy is a demonic woman, not tied to any specific location or timing, leaving a constant sense of impending danger… and the opportunity for you to jump out of your seat at any given moment!
Eerie Atmosphere The game utilizes environmental tools, such as detailed visuals, perfectly timed audio, and a Gothic setting to convey and promote fear and panic in the player.
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