Call of Cthulhu: Music Of The Night – Part 4 – These Warriors Are Terrible

Call of Cthulhu: Music Of The Night - Part 5 Debrief - These Warriors Are Terrible

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“It was the eldritch scurrying of those fiend-born rats, always questing for new horrors, and determined to lead me on even unto those grinning caverns of earth’s centre where Nyarlathotep, the mad faceless god, howls blindly to the piping of two amorphous idiot flute-players.” H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Rats in the Walls”

It’s the final chapter in the Terrible Warriors journey through Call of Cthulhu. Jim Peters, the mastermind behind the song that drove our investigators into madness, is dead and all that’s left is to obviously walk down a dark cave to face whatever evil force is behind this right? I mean, nothing wrong can happen now… the worst MUST be over. Hold onto your butts. Listen closely as Mike “The Birdman” Dodd, Brendan Frye, Bre Poisonne and Julian Spillane go mad and worse while Keeper Justin Ecock laughs maniaclly and rolls those insanity checks. It’s the final chapter of “The Music in the Night”, there will be no encore.

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Terrible Warriors:

Justin Ecock
Mike Dodd
Julian Spillane
Brendan Frye
Bre Poisonne

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