Thoughts on various other games.
March 2, 1954, Day 1
0700 Hours LIMA
H + 27 Hours
Indeed, the trio found themselves back in the volcanic chamber in their own bodies, perhaps only seconds later. Using the nylon role they rigged to get down, they ascended back up to the top. From there, they were winched aboard the hovering Chocktaw, then LT Chahan had them swiftly on their way back to the Bairoko. Once they touched down on the Bairko's flight deck, it was back down to Pettigrew's lab to discuss their
Updated 20th May 2013 at 09:49 AM by Tony Stroppa
I have been a fan of Lovecraft for about four years. I started reading his works when I was an over-night bellhop in a hotel and needed a way to pass the time. So, I went and got a copy of the Necromicon (that big old anthology of his works) and got to reading. My very first Lovecraft story was 'The Outsider' and I've been in love ever since.
It wasn't until recently that I discovered that Lovecraft was not only wildly popular but also had tons of game based around his works. Sure
Go get it! End of the review. No, really, if you are going to spend 30 bucks this year on Chaosium I think this is it (even when “House of R’lyeh” seems promising…). Now, lets get serious and try to explain why I think this is such a good book.
First of all, you might need to know a little bit of my personal background. I find Victorian England a fascinating period of history; “Dreadnought” from Robert K. Maisse is the best History book I have ever read (true, I have not read that
Well, I'll try to keep everything on my blog, but it will probably be on my Blogger account blog. The link for it is below.
Achtung! Cthulhu might be the next big thing to happen in the Lovecraftian-gaming world, at least until Call of Cthulhu’s 7th Edition comes out one of these years, and it is already here. Achtung! Cthulhu is Lovecraftian-World War II setting published by a young British company, MODIPHIUS. I say setting and not game because so far the two adventures published have appeared for Call of Cthulhu and Realms of Cthulhu (the Savage Worlds Mythos game) and PDQ (Prose Descriptive Qualities) system by Atomic
Updated 7th May 2013 at 09:41 PM by CamaradaCthulhu