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Genre-crossover nightmares

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Re: Genre-crossover nightmares

 

Ice Age of Innocence

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Attack of the Killer Fried Green Tomatoes

The Fisher King of Kings

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The Music Man in the Iron Mask

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Re: Genre-crossover nightmares

 

Crouching Tigger Hidden Dagon

 

My brother did once run a Call of Cthulhu adventure where the PCs had to save the Hundred Acre Woods from the depredations of Heffalumphs and Woozles. PM jkwleisemann for the detaikls if you want to hear more, though this was a long time ago.

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Howard, Fine, and Howard, Texas Rangers

 

 

Didn't the Three Stooges do something rather like that in several of their shorts? I remember something with a headless Indian and a bunch of crooked cowboys in white sheets and masks as 'ghosts'.

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