The air in ‘The Elder Sign’ was thick with whispers. Furtive looks were exchanged between the regular patrons and the clinking of glasses punctuated the suspicious murmuring. Roger Prendergast wondered why the locals, all of whom shared what he called that “Myskham look”, frequented this particular establishment, then he realised that there was nowhere else to drink in this part of town. His car had broken down just outside the city limits and a rough looking man had begrudgingly helped. After the offer of cash at least. His name was evidently Jaze, unusual for this part of the world and Prendergast was unsure if his haggard appearance was brought on by years or hard living. Roger had been to Myskham before, visiting the university to ply his trade. He was a travelling salesman specialising in encyclopaedias. While his yearly trip to the university was lucrative, he doubted this unforeseen stop would make him any money. As his car was towed into this part of town he saw familiar things, although something about them made him uncomfortable. A modern design, in keeping with the recent wealth brought into the city, was to be seen but with levels of wear and tear far more advanced than their inclusion would suggest. The firestation was apparently abandoned, whether by laziness or lack of funds, Roger couldn’t tell. A news kiosk had nothing in the way of papers or magazines but sour looking men were leaning up against it, seemingly discussing local events. Worst was the Subway Station, out of use but a foul wind oozed out of it accompanied by echoes of a screech that was too dissimilar to a train whistle for Prendergast’s liking. Now, in ‘The Elder Sign’, all these unsettling moments came to a head when he found the phone service was out of order in this part of town. He did not relish the thought of staying here for the night.
This box contains:
- 1x Myskham Automobile
- 1x Myskham Firestation
- 1x Myskham Subway Station
- 1x Myskham Town House
- 1x Myskham The Elder Sign
- 1x Myskham Urban Scatter
- Scenery items are manufactured in Medium Density Fibre Board (MDF).
- Buildings are supplied primed and some assembly will be required.
- Assembly instructions can be found online and by scanning the QR printed on the packaging.