News for June 2009
End Game 8
The final scenario for the Arkham League
Arkham Horror | Published 18 June 2009

You have followed the path of Calvin as he has looked for his missing family. You watched as Shub and Ithaqua's cults were overcome. You saw the triumph over Shudde and Glaaki. Yog-sothoth held no sway, as Calvin and team were able to defeat the dreaded Dunwich Horror.

Now comes the final challenge. Calvin has had a vision, that which he seeks is held by beings originating in Innsmouth. Over shadowing the town is a grim visage, winged and terrible. The sleeper has awoken, and dreams have become nightmares.

The road has ended here. What that means is up to you...

Chapter 10 (pdf, 165 kb)
Calvin Wright hi-res (pdf, 3.53 mb)
Calvin Wright lo-res (png, 459 kb)
Heralds (pdf, 816 kb)

Arkham Horror is a boardgame of mystery and madness set in Arkham in the 1920's. Players investigate the strange happenings about the town, and race to prevent ancient evil from surfacing. Playable with 1-8 players.

To find out more about the Arkham League, check out From the Mythos.

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Gex
Published: 6/27/2009 4:46:46 PM
#8

This scenario is hard!  I've always gotten just 1 seal away from getting 6 seals ('cause fighting Cthulhu in this one I've decided is suicide).  Anyone manage to beat this yet?  If so, how?

leesilver123
Published: 6/25/2009 1:08:44 PM
#7

does calvin have a personal story in this scenario.

Kadath
Published: 6/23/2009 11:07:43 AM
#6

This looks awesome

 

Any chance of an updated complete season 2 zip file - I can only see up to chapter 4 on the Support site?

 

Cheers

JerusalemJones
Published: 6/19/2009 6:32:06 PM
#5

We played where his stats can't be reduced from their maximums, but he can still lose stamina/sanity from fights and horror checlks (lose vs. reduction). Also, since Cthulhu' attack causes a player to "lose" a Max San/Stam, he wasn't immune to Cthulhu's attack.

Jake yet again
Published: 6/19/2009 7:33:56 AM
#4

OK, I'm confused by Calvin. Is it that he can't lose Stamina and Sanity (in which case whack his Fight and Speed up cos monsters automatically die when he meets them - removing a large element of suspense from the game) or that he can't lose Maximum Stamina and Sanity (which makes sense against Cthulhu and given the scenario's rules)?

 

Jake yet again
Published: 6/19/2009 6:42:53 AM
#3

OK, I'm confused by Calvin. Is it that he can't lose Stamina and Sanity (in which case whack his Fight and Speed up cos monsters automatically die when he meets them - removing a large element of suspense from the game) or that he can't lose Maximum Stamina and Sanity (which makes sense against Cthulhu and given the scenario's rules)?

 

JerusalemJones
Published: 6/18/2009 6:30:42 PM
#2

Is it safe to assume that Calvin loses his special ability if we have to fight Cthulhu? Otherwise, he will eventually win. Or does "lowers" mean something different than "reduced?" Either way, we're giving it our first go tonight...

Redclock
Published: 6/18/2009 5:09:10 PM
#1

Wow, Innsmouth, Dunwich, Cthulhu, two heralds and Investigator Calvin.  This is going to be one big party.

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