So the other day I got a chance to sit down and watch a review by the RpgPundit on Wretched New Flesh Post Cards from Aviladad & his Invisible College Rpg. Now in the past I've DMed these two rpg's together but watching the review made me go back to my Wretched Flesh campaign notes. First let me say that I strongly disagree with Rpg Pundit about Wretched New Flesh baring any resemblence to the 'Over The Edge' rpg. And instead I think it resembles the older editions of the classic Kult rpg. 'Over the Edge' feels far more of it's time back in the 90's. Wretched New Flesh feels uncomfortably around the corner to me. And let's talk about one of the most powerful and dangerous factions within the occult war in the Invisible College that could jump right into Wretched New Flesh. And that's the Black Lodge.
The real truth is how to maintain the action and balancing in two dynamic systems with competeting world settings. My advice is to use both. And there's adventures from the Wretchedverse that easily fit the ongoing weirdness with the 'Invisible College' and the Black Lodge being involved. First there's which could well be a screw up by a ritual of the Black Lodge & second is . Both of these have the earmarks of Black Lodge activity without the David Lynch factor thrown in.
is entirely different affair highlighting the internal occult & highly terrifying nature of reality. In the player's PC's are going to have to act as agents blending into the background of
The fact is that the 'Glitch' may in point of fact terrorize the Black Lodge's senior members & inner circle.
Think about it the Black Lodge wants to control reality not destroy it. The nature of the 'Glitch' is not apparent & as it grows the more it consumes or corrupts.
The Black Lodge is a manifestation of the occult forces behind the facade of Wretched Flesh's reality or so they think. Domination, control, and occult might are the hallmarks of the Black Lodge.