The Unexplained: Storyteller's Screen PDF
Protect your important notes and die rolls from prying player eyes with The Unexplained Roleplaying Game Storyteller Screen! This beautiful 4-panel screen features artwork that represents four of the most common types of paranormal phenomena. Facing the Storyteller are all the charts and tables you need to run any game of The Unexplained.
The screen also comes with a great, ready-to-play adventure, called "Little Susie's Doll." Run this exciting haunted house adventure involving a family that owns a doll that may be more than it looks.
Tables and Charts Included
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