Little Fears Session 1 – The Houses of Apple Court (Part 1)

In the suburbs of Thebes by the sea, a small culdesac is in the throes of the hottest February on record. On the heels of the heat wave comes an awakening, the focus of a dark presence. The Houses of Apple Court, and the children who call it home, are under the eye.

This is the beginning of their adventure. Nightmares lie ahead.

Side Chatter

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  1. Posted October 29, 2012 at 4:42 pm | Permalink

    Was the name Grim Grey chosen because it’s, like, the exact opposite of the dude’s personality? A more emo moniker I have not heard in many a moon. It’s great.

    • Mandaz
      Posted October 29, 2012 at 7:53 pm | Permalink

      Haha. Its kind of an inside joke that only I would understand? Which makes it pretty lame. I once had a dream where Death was a kid in a hoodie with an affinity for the color orange. I based this character around that dream, giving him a weapon that slightly resembles a scythe and having him love skeleton things. Also, wouldn’t you agree that it totally sounds like a nickname a kid would give himself at that age? Especially if he didn’t like his real name and wanted to be called something “cool” and “edgy”. But yeah, he’s a pretty kind, bright, and energetic kid, not much of a “grim” personality, but you’ll see in later games how he fits pretty nicely into the reaper motif.

      • Posted October 31, 2012 at 9:42 am | Permalink

        Yeah, it sounds like something a kid would concoct to be badass. I’ve always liked the grim reaper as a concept and a character, so now I’m interested in seeing how Grim develops.

  2. Bakerdea
    Posted April 16, 2015 at 1:12 pm | Permalink

    Finally we’re getting these episodes! We’ve only heard you guys talk about them for the last 30 sessions! But I think I might enjoy these the setting is cool.

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