Resources

I embarked on my journey as a more refined prop-maker with Forget Me Not, a haunting tale of body horror and violation that continues to make my skin crawl. This is a Modern Era Call of Cthulhu scenario; where a budget ghost-hunting show awaken to warped metal and the stench of fuel in their wrecked van. What’s worse, is that they cannot recall what happened in the past few hours.

Forget Me Not excels in its heavy subject matter and effective story-telling. It is my belief that Forget Me Not has underlying allusions of disassociation in response to sexual violence, with a similar style to films like I Spit on Your Grave (1978) and Mulholland Drive (2001). Game Masters should be aware of these mature themes, and whether this scenario is appropriate for your group of Investigators.

Forget Me Not is available in Stygian Fox’s The Things We Leave Behind, a compilation of mature themed modern scenarios that are an absolute tour-de-force.

The resources kit (7.23 MB) for Forget Me Not contains the following:

  • A Keeper’s Cheat Sheet
  • The Supernatural Files (TSF) Identification Cards (Form-Fillable)
  • Newspaper Clippings (Revised versions of Handouts #1-4)
  • Emails (Revised version of Handout #6)
  • An X-Ray Image
  • The Morbid Genessian & Before Daedalus webpages (Inspired handouts from Forget Me Not’s content)

Header image created for Stygian Fox for the Forget Me Not splash art, in The Things We Leave Behind.

This webpage and relevant resources use trademarks and/or copyrights owned by Stygian Fox. I am expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this content. This webpage and relevant resources are not published, endorsed, or specifically approved by Stygian Fox. For more information about Stygian Fox’s products, please visit their website.

This resource kit is for entertainment purposes only. Designed and implemented by Brendan De Pinto © 2021 The Membrane’s Journal for the scenario ‘Forget Me Not’© 2016 Stygian Fox. All rights reserved. Permission is hereby granted for the user to print copies for their personal use in role-playing games. No other permission is granted unless specified in a relevant document, and any commercial or illegal use of the contents therein is ENTIRELY PROHIBITED. Please do not distribute this resource kit. It is available for free.
This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, business, events and incidents that may pertain to any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.

© 2021 The Membrane’s Journal.

2 comments

  1. This set is amazing and reminds me of the quality and care of HPLHS! Thank you so much for this incredible set of handouts and props for an already outstanding scenario!

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