The family is insane. The house is cursed. The weather is dreadful. Welcome to Bedlam Hall.
Powered by the Apocalypse, players take the terrible role of servants for the Blackwood family who are quite… different. The family’s troubles run the gamut between inconvenient relationships to terror-driven psychoses that can turn bloody and violent. Not quite the best employers... [click here for more]
We are fully aware that playing Bedlam Hall is a depressing experience. Thus we wished to provide you with the best accoutrements to alleviate that melancholy, short of providing a bottle of laudanum with every purchase (And don't think we didn't considered it).
This collection includes both a Reference Sheet for the Master of the House as well as the Bedlam... [click here for more]
Three orphans have come to the Hall, seeking refuge from a terrible madman in pursuit of their... oh have you heard this story before? We assure you, this particular telling is quite different than what you may have heard already. These events are more than unfortunate, they are downright atrocious.
This is the third Terrible Tale adventure for Monkeyfun Studios' dreadpunk RPG,... [click here for more]
Oh, how lovely. Cousin Albert has arrived at the Hall for a family portrait. The fact that he's been expired for a week so really shouldn't matter, he is of course, part of the family after all. Now the staff are tasked with keeping Albert quite literally on ice until Lord Blackwood returns from safari and the photographer arrives. This shouldn't be a problem at all.
This is the first Terrible Tale... [click here for more]
Lady Blackwood has yet another new expensive hobby - the realm of spiritualism and speaking to those beyond the mortal coil. Why she felt the need bring in the infamous Madame Petroishka to speak to the dead is beyond understanding - just go into the library at midnight. Nevertheless, the staff at the Hall are tasked with maintaining a stiff upper lip and their normal impeccable service during the... [click here for more]