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Cthulhu Confidential: The House Up in the Hills

Pelgrane Press have released their first standalone adventure for the Cthulhu Confidential RPG. The House Up in the Hills features one of the three principal characters from the core rulebook, Dex Raymond, as he investigates "...an odd automobile fatality..." in L.A. – things are never straightforward in Cthulhu Confidential...


The House Up in the Hills by Robin D. Laws is available from Pelgrane's web shop as a 42 page PDF, and features art by Christian Knutsson and Laura Martin.

The House Up in the Hills


L.A. Mythos Noir from the Case Files of Dex Raymond


You are Dex Raymond: a hard-boiled L.A. private eye with a nose for trouble. Equipped with your smarts, fists, and just maybe a code of honour, your job is to walk the streets of this dirty town and uncover its darkest secrets. But when a client asks you to investigate an odd automobile fatality, you quickly find yourself mixed up with sorcerous members of L.A.'s business elite, a wave of rat attacks, and a child's disappearance. Can you solve the case with your hide—and sanity—intact?


The House Up in the Hills is the first adventure for Cthulhu Confidential. This one-GM, one-player RPG drops your hero into a noir nightscape where, beneath the merely human corruption, an eternal evil lurks: the malign, cosmic indifference of H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos!


Price: £5.50 for a 42 page PDF


Source: http://site.pelgrane...p-in-the-hills/


Pelgrane have now released a second Cthulhu Confidential scenario, The Howling Fog, featuring Vivian Sinclair as the protagonist.


PDF, 41 pages, £5.50

Another scenario released for Cthulhu Confidential: One for the Money - this time featuring Langston Wright as the protagonist.


PDF, 47 pages, £5.50

A Dex Raymond PDF scenario from Pelgrane: High Voltage Kill

Another Vivian Sinclair adventure: Ex Astoria

New for 2018, a Langston Wright adventure: The Shadow Over Washington