It’s Dear Brother #9, in which our heros visit a Hell House and live to tell some unpleasant stories about it afterwards.
A special two-session Dear Brother, in which our heros undergo torture and brainwashing. Not for the faint of heart.
I’m reminded that the old GM notes for the Unknown USA campaign chronicled in the Dear Brother letters are — you guessed it — on the web.
Dear Brother #7: In which our heros go back to Washington and parley with unsavory characters.
Dear Brother #6 is written to Alan Greenspan, because Reese’s brother made an appearance in the episode.
In Dear Brother #5, Mister Beulay goes to Washington. Not an epic session, but after raising Huey Long it’s nice to take a break.
In installment four, our heros speak with the Kingfish. See? I said there were politics in it.
In the third Dear Brother letter, Reese gets a tattoo and we meet Danny and Angie. Those who read my blog for the politics are starting to get confused. But it’s really a very political game!
In the second installment of the Dear Brother letters, Reese and the gang fight a crocodile. At least, if you define “fight” as “feed a helpless old man to.”
The Dear Brother letters are my in character record of the terrifyingly cool Unknown Armies game run by the mysterious Canadian Rob. I’ve been writing ‘em for a while but never thought to put them on the Web until now. Thus, six in quick succession. Sorry ‘bout that.
In this entry, Reese and the gang fight Mickey Mouse.