Sunday, October 28, 2018

Do You Run "Horror Themed Adventures" around Halloween?

I was thinking about this last night. I haven't run a "themed adventure" it at least 25 years. There was a stretch where I ran a Call of Chtuhlu session the weekend before or after Halloween. One year I ran The Created, a puppet-themed low-level Ravenloft Adventure for AD&D 2e.

I had fun doing so. Kinda wish I had set something similar up for this year.

Do you run special adventures for the Halloween season? If so, which ones?


  1. Every year for almost a decade I ran an annual Castle Ravenloft on the week of Halloween. Good times.

  2. Old school D&D run properly is a horror game as it is, don’t you think?

  3. I run an rpg called Little Fears around Halloween. That's the only time I run that particular game, though I've been asked to do a "Christmas Special" of LF this year.

  4. Running one tonight on my Twitch channel...The Haunt 2.... https://www.twitch.tv/praetorsrejects

  5. Omw to running one with Classic Traveller tonight! Call of Cthulhu was last year. I usually try and do something every year.

  6. Robert Fisher's Allhallowmas Eve Module I've used before:
    It's fun,

  7. Funny you should mention this, as I'm just going into the last day of funding an adventure especially for Halloween, where backers get the first draft along with six pre-gens, the day before. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/645319106/the-road-to-hell

  8. I run the DCC Halloween adventure each year. Finishing up this year's module tomorrow night!

  9. I've run I6 Ravenloft a few times and played in some themed sessions around this time of year. I quite enjoy themed scenarios honestly. Thanks for the mention on the podcast, btw! Cheers!

  10. My D&D game has been cancelled for the past three weeks because too many players can't show up. Hopefully it'll get back on track next month. BUT... most of my players don't like horror... which is kinda ironic given what TSR and White Wolf mostly paid me to work on Back in the Day.


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