Cultist Simulator 30th November 2017 Cultist Simulator: Patrons Posted by: Alexis Kennedy As an impoverished scholar of the invisible arts, one would of course benefit from the opportunity of commissioned work. We might recommend these individuals in particular: Mme Olympe Bechet, editor of the “Kerisham Review”. The Review publishes material too ghastly, thrilling or perilous for other literary magazines. Kerisham has been located on the south coast of England, but is notoriously difficult to find. Count Gottlob Jannings, a gentleman from the Continent who represents a certain confraternity of duellists and physicians. The Count has an interest in novel medical theories, and also in esoteric martial techniques. Dr Ibn al-Adim, sometimes called the Aleppine. The good doctor has an interest in overlooked histories. He’s a newcomer to the city, but speaks fondly of his memories of previous visits, long ago. GHIRBI, the Gatekeeper Meet GHIRBI, our Cultist Sim gatekeeper mod. “Hath each Star, its Seven Names. Observe that these Names are Never Shared.” Rags + Thread = Bandages, and a night-scene of Hush House MPC x The Lady Afterwards now available! Get your hands on the most deluxe TRPG you’re ever gonna see. Probably. “You’re in, and you’re going to bloody love Treowen.” “You should give Birdsong to Oriflamme’s so we can SELL IT FOR A BIG STACK OF CASH.” 4 comments on Cultist Simulator: Patrons I LOVE IBN AL-ADIM Reply Ibn al-adim, also known as Prince. : ) Reply Is there a significance to the background color? If not, why was the same pink used for two of them? Reply I nominate J.P. Sugarbroad as a future DLC patron! Reply on Cultist Simulator: Patrons Post a Comment Cancel reply
4 comments on Cultist Simulator: Patrons
I LOVE IBN AL-ADIM
Ibn al-adim, also known as Prince. : )
Is there a significance to the background color? If not, why was the same pink used for two of them?
I nominate J.P. Sugarbroad as a future DLC patron!