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Book Hounds Fiasco

Book Hounds Fiasco

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Published by PelgranePress
Bookhounds Fiasco is a Fiasco playset based on the hugely popular Trail of Cthulhu setting, Bookhounds of London by Kenneth Hite.
Bookhounds Fiasco is a Fiasco playset based on the hugely popular Trail of Cthulhu setting, Bookhounds of London by Kenneth Hite.

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Published by: PelgranePress on Jul 27, 2011
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The bookhounds
Written by Kenneth Hite with Will HindmarchBased on
Bookhounds of London
by Kenneth Hite or
Trail of Cthulhu
This playset is an accessory or the Fiasco role-playing game by BullyPulpit Games.Bookhounds o London and Trail o Cthulhu are trademarks o Pelgrane Press Ltd and are used with permission.This playset is copyright 2011 by Kenneth Hite and Will Hindmarch.Fiasco is copyright 2009 by Jason Morningstar.All rights are reserved.For more inormation about Fiasco or to download other playsets andmaterials, visit www.bullypulpitgames.com.I you’d like to create your own playset or other Fiasco-relatedcontent, we’d like to help. Write us at ino@bullypulpitgames.com.“When you play, play
.” - Theodore Roosevelt
Black Bindings
The Depression is hard on everyone,but it’s hardest on the bookhounds.Not that there aren’t books out thereto be had: baronets and bishopsalike are selling o whole librar-ies now that cash is short. Not thatthere aren’t buyers or the specia-lised volumes: Eton-and-Oxordaristocrats willing to try anythingas long as it’s vicious; sweatywould-be Great Beasts looking orthe shortest path to demonic power… or at least to devilish orgies.Between those two groups, sellersand buyers, a specialty market hassprung up in black magic and blas- phemous tomes, no questions asked.Maybe someone should ask a ew questions. Not questions like “Isthis authentic?” or “Isn’t that an awul lot o money or a book withall those stains in it?” But questions like “Do we really know who’sbuying that copy o 
Nameless Cults
?” Or “Should we get paid in ad-vance, just in case the ritual actually works?” But questions don’t al-ways turn up answers, not kosher ones anyway. Forgeries, thuggeries,and conspiracies abound. London is ull o Nazis and Satanists andworse, not always up-ront in their dealings. They want those books.You had better get them. Rent is due, and there’s a Depression on.
The Ninth Gate, Kronos, Lovejoy, From Hell 

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