Hello Adventurers! This blog accompanies our Armistice adventure set toward the end of World War 1. The fighting is over and a recon mission starts to get… spooky.

This story is an adventure written by James Holdstock, however this adventure and this podcast uses trademarks and/or copyrights owned by Chaosium Inc/Moon Design Publications LLC, which are used under Chaosium Inc’s Fan Material Policy. We are expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this content. This podcast is not published, endorsed, or specifically approved by Chaosium Inc. For more information about Chaosium Inc’s products, please visit

Following are brief synopses for each of the episodes. You can listen to each episode on Spotify or iTunes

Armistice – Part 1

World War 1 is drawing to a close, the fighting is coming to an end and Captain Thomas Burton and his men have been charged with searching the trenches of the enemy to help learn about those they had been fighting. An unexpected turn means Thomas has to help his friends as he tries to make sense of the mysteries they uncover. 

Armistice – Part 2

After an accident whilst searching an apparently abandoned German trench, Thomas Burton finds himself making increasingly intriguing and disturbing discoveries as he tries to find a shovel and some medical supplies. Will he find the tools he needs? Or will he find something much worse? Or will someone, or something find him first? 

Armistice – Part 3

Captain Thomas Burton continues his quest to find the tools to save his friend and uncovers more than he bargained for when he finds out what this centre for healing and digging is there to dig for….

Armistice – Discussion

James and Craig have a little chat about Armistice, a game played using Chaosiums basic role-play system. 

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