Thoughts on literature. What are you reading right now?
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
I am a little bit busy finishing the next few entries, so meanwhile here you have some memes, I hope enjoy them!
Ever wondered what Lovecraft sounds like in Gaelic? Looking for some eldritch muttering to use in game? Just keen to brush up your rusty Manx? You can grab an audio version of The Book right here. I'm fascinated to know if anyone actually does, so please do drop me a comment if so (Dropbox doesn't even track stats).
Over on the forum side of things, a poster, new Call of Cthulhu keeper, asked, among other things, how difficult it was to write scenarios. A fair question and an important one. I know that I find thinking of scenario ideas is easy. I find writing is easy. Story-telling can be easy too. I know that good writing and good story telling are hard to come by anymore, and I may be guilty of committing the sin of propagating the other sort of writing and story telling far too much.
The final installment (Possibly...), which continues immediately from the last entry, forming part of that same chapter. Thanks for reading. Very best regards Tony
They were aquatic humanoids in general makeup, with apparent gills, frightening tentacular appendages which skirted their upper torso, strangely goggling eyes and significant webbing of quad-toed feet. I recognised them now as being the same majestic creatures witnessed beforehand swimming throughout the submerged city, though