vs Ghosts Adventure: The Lights of Sand Island PDF
Fat Goblin Games(based on 1 rating)
There have always been wrecks. That’s why we have lights.
There have been a series of ships run aground on Sand Island. Survivors all say the same thing - that they saw the lights for Duluth Harbor and steered for them, only to realize too late they were terribly off course, usually just before the ship hits the rocks. It’s costing small fortunes and many sailors now don’t want to go out. The rumors that there are wreckers — but who benefits if they are? Or, is it some kind of haunting?.
vs. Ghosts is a roleplaying game in which players suit up to battle strange hauntings in their neighborhoods while dealing with the mundane non-believers that try to prevent you from doing your job. All you need are friends and two decks of normal playing cards!
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