The Book of Adventures
Sometimes controversial, often stimulating and
always different than what you'd expect, In Nomine generates
adventures that fit the game system in one way or another! The
following adventures have been (mostly) collected from the In
Nomine list. The INC is happy to collect anything that will serve
as a reference and thought-food for GMs everywhere.
Contents (Newest first, then alphabetizing by Author's Last
Name (if given)):
- Douglas Muir's Dr. Angel &
Mr. Habb discusses Vapula's attempts to disguise a Habbalite as an angel.
- Frustrated by toll roads? Fret no more; Douglas Muir's
The Toll Collector gives us a
reason to enjoy passing through tollbooths.
- Pieces of Lucifer abound in Shards,
a campaign idea from Michael Milhallik (with help from Douglas Muir).
- Alex Yeager's Malakim
Conclave is not only a seed, but a location, not unlike The Eighth Virtue.
- Adam Canning's Angels of the
Lens seed could fit in a number of categories, from 'Humor' to
- Mark Kinney gives a teensy seed regarding a possible
Balseraphic twist on bits of modern journalism. Tabloids strike again!.
- Jo Hart writes a strange little plot seed about a pair of
stage magicians in The Devil Wore Red
- GR Cogman concocts a seed about the World Cup, and the Holy
Grail in One Cup, Two Cup
- Casca decided to have some fun with Falls the Inquisitor...
Many people dislike Dominic... What if they're right?
- Doubting Eric wondered what would happen in a perfect town
where the perfect couple had the perfect child until it all went awry in
Little Girl Lost.
- David Edelstein contributes a long, detailed, and excellent
campaign module about Gabriel's madness and her long Fall in Forests of the Night.
- Redneck Gaijin has created the world of Dark Victory,
where Armageddon has been lost by the angels... But
Lucifer has been Redeemed. (A followup to the story of the same
- John Karakash wonders why Eli is wandering the Earth, and
proposes some small adventure seeds in Invoking Eli.
- John Karakash suggests some fun things you can do with Mummys during your plot.
- John Karakash provides an amusing quote-seed, regarding Holidays in Hell.
- Kingsley Lintz makes some cracks about a Celestial Game Show.
- Kingsley Lintz creates a plot seed from a conversation about the
destination of souls and Fate and
- Nana Yaw Ofori opened a can of worms with Not My Fault!
- Nana Yaw Ofori's seed about celestials who become remnants and
still hold crucial information in
- David Streeter donates an interesting historical
adventure seed in In Nomine
- David Streeter writes a very short by very relevant seed
in Limbo .
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