Noctiline – a Zgrozy scenario

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But this utter flood of cherish brought something more. In some really obscure venues one could often encounter some shady personalities muttering some words in fear, and that for sure was not just drunken gibberish. In dark alleys, in turn, complicated geometrical symbols appeared on the walls, drawn with chalk. According to the rumors, passer-by feel an irresistible urge to gaze upon the graffiti…

Noctiline is a psychedelic horror scenario for Call of Cthulhu 7th edition. Its default setting is New York City in 1920′ but it can be easily adapted to other settings and eras. Inside you’ll find:

  • An intrigue crafted by highly suspicious people trying to prepare humanity for a confrontation with the Great Old Ones with forbidden drugs and dark magic;
  • A non-linear investigation allowing the investigators to discover this plan and either stop or help it;
  • Rules for exploring the Murkspace, an otherwordly realm that might be humanity’s only hope agains the Great Old Ones – or a deadly trap;
  • To See the Old Ones. The Case of Eichlers, a short story by Magdalena Świeczek-Gryboś, introducing the scenario’s mood and presenting a hook for other noctiline-related investigations.
Noctiline is a supplement from the Zgrozy series. To find out more about Zgrozy visit our Facebook page (/ZgrozyEN) or see our other English releases. More releases will follow soon. The release includes a fully illustrated PDF file in average and high quality (AQ/HQ) as well as a print-friendly version with no layout or graphics. It also includes a map of New York that can be used as a handout in .jpg format.
“Zgrozy” is a slightly archaic Polish word for “Horrors” or “Terrors.” Following advice from English-speaking Cthulhu fans, we decided to keep the original title for foreign releases since it sounds suitably unspeakable and blasphemous to non-Polish ears. You’ll find a file with the correct pronunciation of Zgrozy attached to the supplement!