Eldritch Essences SceneSetters *5 Pack*
Designed to add theme and immersion to any game or roleplaying scene, Eldritch Essences SceneSetters are designed to cover a range of options and deliver an ambience to your game session and further immerse your gaming group as it weaves its tale.
Scent Descriptions -
- designed to simulate a multitude of scenarios, Eastern Spice could simulate a chase through a middle eastern or north African spice market just as well as it may be used for the incense burning in an Elven tomb or throne room.
A lightly spiced fragrance with overtones of Neroli
- A fresh scent, capturing the essence of sea air. Are your heroes bravely fighting down the beaches to an awaiting vessel to whisk them away? Perhaps, your investigators are trapped in Innsmouth vying to make a desperate escape? Coastal Trail is probably the scent for you!
A light ocean lilted fragrance
- Whether you're setting up a campsite for the group or they stumble across one Enchanted Embers delivers a smoky, evocative scent. Perhaps your D&D groups wizard casts a wall of flame or your investigators must escape from a burning building Enchanted Embers can cover scenes such as this and many more.
A smoky, woody scent!
- Bringing the Tavern to your table! Travellers Rest evokes the scents of a log fire with the over tones of various ales being rushed back and forth by the waiting staff. Have your investigators wandered into a cosy English pub seeking a new lead? Maybe your D&D party have just finished a session raiding a nearby Dungeon and want some down time - Travellers Rest should help you set the scene.
A Log fired scent with elements of ale, stout and whiskey
- When moving from town to town, or investigating a cabin in the woods, it's likely your intrepid adventurers will find themselves in The Wilderness - damp soil, the verdant scent of ferns, a sweet something you just can't put your finger on! The Wilderness covers all the bases when exploring off the beaten trail.
A wooded fresh fragrance with an element of soil and a hint of something sweet!
Each Tin has an approximate burn time of 5 Hours