Got home last night to find that the Laundry RPG - Agents Handbook, T.O.M.E. Glozel Est Authentique, and T.O.M.E. Pursuit to Kadath had arrived in the daily mail delivery. All in good condition. The T.O.M.E. modules look a little yellowed and scuffed and tired, but not bad for almost 30 years old. It's a fun to look at the old-school typesetting on the older modules...looks like the whole thing was done on someone's typewriter and then sent to a printer for duplicating. Homemade sketch maps.
Currently prepping the Goodman Games "Age of Cthulhu - Madness in London Town" adventure for a Call of Cthulhu group that I meet with once a month. We've completed "Age of Cthulhu - Death in Luxor" and are about to wrap up "The Crystal Cavern" in MRP's collection More Adventures in Arkham Country. I expect we've got about an hour's worth of session time to go with "Crystal Cavern," then I'll be moving them into the next scenario. Since the group meets monthly
Did a bit of online shopping today to add to the Call of Cthulhu gaming collection:
Laundry rpg Agent's Handbook
T.O.M.E. Glozel Est Authentique
T.O.M.E. Whispers From The Abyss
T.O.M.E. Pursuit to Kadath
Now, the waiting...
I work at a campus library on the coast of the Massachusetts north shore. Today at lunch time, I plan to walk to water's edge, stare out at the gray, moody Atlantic waters, and daydream of Y'ha-nthlei. In the distance, Salem harbor will be sighted, as will a finger of Marblehead ("Kingsport"), jutting out into the watery abyss. I guess you could call it a few moments of my own solitary De Profundis game.