So please, if you can head on over to our campaign page and throw something our way.
Annnnd here's a little excerpt to give you a sample. Our characters have been marooned on a savage island in the Indian Ocean, they don't really trust each other, and now they find the place is not as deserted as they thought...
The scream woke her up in the pit of night. The fire was burned low and she could scarcely see anything. For a moment Cecily was not sure where she was, sat panting in the near darkness. She opened her mouth to call out when a hand clamped over it and silenced her. "Shhhhhhh," a voice whispered in her ear. "Keep quiet." She recognized Buck's low voice and massive hands.
He let go of her and she turned to look at him, saw Simon and Ragland already awake, crouched by the fire. She jumped as she heard something thud against the roof, sending bits of it rattling down. She swallowed, turned to speak right in Buck's ear in the lowest whisper she could manage. "What is it?"
"Don't know," he said in the same almost breathless voice. "But it's big."
It screamed again, something primordial and terrible, an ascending shriek that cut through the night and seemed to go on longer than any sound made by an animal had a right to. Cecily twitched as she heard something move across the roof, the spars and beams creaking. She heard something paw at the sailcloth and she scooted back closer to Buck, just then realizing she was naked as the day she was born. Her sweaty skin moved against his own, and she knew she reeked of sex.
"Stay down," he said softly and moved away from her, reached into a shadow and came up with a hatchet, gleaming darkly in the glow of the embers. He paused for a moment, all of them listening to the low sounds of something moving around on the roof of the treehouse. Then Buck passed her the hatchet and motioned toward Ragland, and she nodded and reached to hand it over while Buck dug around and came up with a keen-edged cutlass.
The frame of the roof creaked, and then they all heard the distinct thump of a weight landing on the ledge just outside the makeshift curtain. Cecily crawled backward away from it, while Buck and Ragland turned to face it. It was pitch dark outside, and little better in here, so there was nothing to show what was out there. They all held still, listening for a moment, breathless. A soft pattering fell on the roof, and after a terrified moment Cecily realized it was rain. She heard the trees around them come alive with the sound of raindrops, and then something just outside snorted and growled, a deep and resonant sound that seemed to vibrate in her chest.