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Turning point is a short horror/thriller module for one facilitator and one player. The adventure is directly inspired by road thrillers such as Duel (Steven Spielberg), Death Proof (Tarantino) or Joy Ride (John Dahl).

It is possible to add players as passengers of the car in which the misadventure takes place. The setting can be transposed to many places and times, but the premise places the situation in the 1970s, on a road lost in rural desert somewhere in the United States.


Before you start, make sure you have the rules of the Liminal horror role-playing game. The adventure is compatible with the rules of this minimalist game, but it wouldn't be difficult to adapt it to your favorite horror game, either.

Liminal Horror is a role playing game designed by GoblinArchives. It's a wonderful gem that deserves a lot of attention. 

You can find the game here : https://goblinarchives.itch.io/liminal-horror

For my part, I am a TTRPG designer, web designer and layout artist from Quebec City, Canada. 

 - OSR

- Horror 

 A bit of my mojo, but it's not exclusive!

You can follow my personal page here:  https://www.facebook.com/pprenauddesign

You can write to me there or via my email if you wish to collaborate or exchange with me regarding a particular need in my field of expertise. It will be my pleasure to help you !

This project is shared on the Itch.io de Coup Critique, a channel on which I am involved as a blogger, host and critic for the French-speaking North American community. 

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
AuthorCoup Critique
TagsHorror, liminal-horror, Tabletop role-playing game


Buy Now$2.00 CAD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2 CAD. You will get access to the following files:

Turning point - Short thriller module for one facilitator and one player.pdf 2 MB
Cropping version - Turning point - Short thriller module for one facilitator and one player.pdf 6 MB

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