Part Two of the King of Chicago/Secret of Marseille bundle
Marseille is the port city' of southern France. A crossroads of trade, people from
all around the Mediterranean inhabit this international city.
This mixture of races and cultures, and the wealth flowing through the harbor has
generated bands of gangsters famous all over the world . Marseille has fascinating
markets, colorful fishing boats at the old port, and canny inhabitants often wise
beyond their years ; tough young men gossip on street corners, and cafes and bars
are usually open to the air.
This product is an installable module for use with the Fantasy Ground II virtual
tabletop. The adventure module has been carefully organized to streamline gameplay
and includes, story elements, personalities, items and images. These can
be modified within your Fantasy Grounds campaign as needed.
Requirements: Full or Ultimate License of Fantasy Grounds and the Call of Cthulhu ruleset.
CALL OF CTHULHU
Horror Roleplaying in the Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft
Call of Cthulhu is published by Chaosium Inc.
Call of Cthulhu (r) is the registered trademark of Chaosium Inc.
Call of Cthulhu for Fantasy Grounds II by SmiteWorks USA, LLC. 2010.
Development Team: Rich Laiacona, Donna Revell, Stuart Woodard
Fantasy Grounds II is a trademark of SmiteWorks USA LLC. (C) 2010 SmiteWorks USA
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for more product information.
Similarities between characters in Call of Cthulhu and persons living or
dead are strictly coincidental.
Covert art by Earl Geier. Map of the Casbah by Sam Shirley.
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