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Let's Get Diegetic: Eureka's Film Crew (feat. 50135, 03506a, 02775)


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Thanks, all! I'm pretty happy with how they came out--and there are a number of Call of Cthulhu adventures set in Old Hollywood. Frankly, a Buster Keaton-style vaudevillian/stuntperson would be a remarkably survivable character in a lot of these adventures. 

 

On 11/6/2021 at 8:21 AM, Adrift said:

I could literally hear the stargate sg-1 theme song as I scrolled the first pictures. 

Whaaaat, that I would ever thin the veil between worlds and allow film crews to uncover COSMIC SECRETS?! (I absolutely would and will, ya got me there!)

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