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yock's Lovecraftathon: The Dunwich Horror

Posted by yockenthwaite in Blog yockenthwaite, 28 June 2015 · 104 views

I had to wait a little while before reading this, because it's a *long* one. I know that it's often well regarded among fans, and is one of the most famous tales. But I've never read it before. So here goes. 
In the opening sections, indeed the whole first half of the story, it seems very similar to "The Colour out of Space", with the description of...


Ogham Cthulhu

Posted by Shimmin Beg in Blog Shimmin Beg, 28 June 2015 · 75 views

Some mere handful of you may be aware of the Cthulhu Breakfast Club . A smaller number might remember an odd little artefact that recently appeared on the show. 
I did send it anonymously, but will now raise my head above the parapet to say that I've published a blogpost outlining the conception, creation and meaning of the Ogham stone package. I p...


Well, I've let it fly! It is free now......

Posted by tammywilding in tammywilding's Blog, 27 June 2015 · 79 views

Well, I've let it fly! It is free now...... I was going to struggle on a bit longer with it, but it finished at 53,944
So I have let it go!
There should be no heinous errors in this one, as I have worked to a tighter standard than A King In Graeffenland, (some corrections for which, I'll upload in July).
But I've been entirely on my own with this one!
My proof reader doesn't do Horror, and I've gon...


NYC Cthulhu #12: They Sleep By Twilight

Posted by viscounteric in Blog viscounteric, 20 June 2015 · 91 views
Jazz Age

November 22, 1923
"Mother said there'd be days like this," Jessica Carson thought to herself as she slowly leafed through her husband's files."No, as a matter of fact, she had no freaking clue."

Surely, not even a guilt filled Irish mother could imagine that in one quick year, her unmarried daughter would go from small town school teacher (with a checke...


Snowscape - Session 1 - Arrival

Posted by windandfire in Windandfire's Blog, 14 June 2015 · 267 views
CoC 1-6e

Call of Cthulhu Custom Scenario - Snowscape
Players - Characters:
Lou - Keeper
Troy - Aguta
Ray - Caleb Weatherbee
Peter - Dr. David Whie
Mike - Dr. Nigel Kerr

Ipswich Airport - Aug 25th, 1930
Sunday, August 25th 1930 - About 6:30am

A crisp breeze cuts under the darkened overcast clouds hovering above Ipswich...


Trail of Nyarlathotep - Masks of New York: Flashback - The Carlyle Expedition Farewell Party Keeper's Notes

Posted by groakes in Trail of Nyarlathotep: The Masks of New York, 05 June 2015 · 253 views

Trail of Nyarlathotep - Masks of New York: Flashback - The Carlyle Expedition Farewell Party Keeper's Notes Okay. I just looked and it has been a while since I updated this blog. Where has the time gone?

Anyway. As I have stated previously, as much as I like the overall concept of Masks, there are a few things that I decided to change. You have probably read the police investigation parts that I wrote back in 2013 (!). This was to give some substance to the on...


Family business - newspaper articles

Posted by Gurubob in Gurubob's Blog, 28 May 2015 · 224 views

Family business - newspaper articles The next day certain events are reported in the local newspapers. There were two weekly newspapers in Williamstown at the time - The Williamstown Advertiser and the Williamstown Chronicle that come out on Saturdays and are delivered to houses by newsboys or sold on corners. Articles include reports of vandalism on building sites near Railway Workshops, th...


What does it all mean? rambling thoughts and disconnected musings.

Posted by Butters in Butters' Blog, 27 May 2015 · 229 views

What does it all mean? rambling thoughts and disconnected musings. Well some time has passed since my last entry and a lot has happened, I have been thinking about what to write for a long time now so here it goes.
The Rambles campaign unfortunately ended on a whimper and a lot of frustration on my part, though as the Keeper and that it was a home brew understandably a lot of the blame for it ending badly lays at my feet...


First four stories in World War Cthulhu

Posted by MonkeyPrime in Tell me about your Occult related Room?, 26 May 2015 · 163 views
CoC 7e, WWII

So haven't updated this in ages but have played 4 stories since we last spoke! We made the move permanently to World War Cthulhu after the first two adventures. We use 7th edition stuff like pushing, spending Luck, advantage and disadvantage dice and combat. Some of them are using updated versions of their characters from their 1920s campaign.



MoN session 10: An interlude (24/4/2015)

Posted by Serazu in Blog Serazu, 14 May 2015 · 175 views

As the title implies, nothing noteworthy took place during this session, save the group's decision to follow the expedition's footsteps and leave America for London. Ernest used his influence in the U.K. embassy and the four brave investigators purchased their first class tickets in the luxurious RMS Mauretania embarking for England in a few days.


Unconventional Diplomacy (The Laundry)

Posted by golfsale in Blog golfsale, 09 May 2015 · 243 views

– You can take any reasonable item. Except one.
– A Hand of Glory?
– Oh. Except that one as well.

– Make a Hide roll.
– Yes!
– OK. You're hiding successfully behind a gaping hole in reality.
– Now you don't get to say that every day.

– KNIGHT ONE to DRAGON BASE: Request immediate evac. PRINCESS ONE and PRINCESS TWO retrieved safely. PRINCESS THREE has g...


Terror over Tokyo: The Obake Shima Incident - Part 1 - The Doolittle Raid

Posted by Max_Writer in Blog Max_Writer, 30 April 2015 · 343 views

Monday, April 27, 2015

(After playing the original Call of Cthulhu scenario “Terror Over Tokyo: The Obake Shima Incident” on Saturday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at NerdCon 2015 with Carl Cordini, Walker Stevens, Teri Gravel, Toli, and Devin Sullins.)

World War II started on Sept. 1, 1939, when Germany invaded Poland, beginning the war in Europe. Within two d...


Horror on the Orient Express - Part 4: Milan, or, "Herding Cats"

Posted by Keskiyon mato in The Thuren Apartments Players, 08 April 2015 · 278 views

Horror on the Orient Express
Part 4: Milan, or, "Herding Cats"

(Note: we're playing the 1st edition, for a variety of practical reasons)

The Investigators

An Austrian spy , whose real name is unknown; goes by Jean Jacques Montandon, Archibald Snow, Joachim Gösser, etc.
Jack Lumber , a Scottish forester
Jonathan James Sherwood , a wealthy aristocrat,...


Running Eternal Lies 4

Posted by AdamAstonbury in AdamAstonbury's Blog, 25 March 2015 · 239 views

Some points to consider for potentially interested readers of this series of blog entries:

1) It will, naturally, contain SPOILERS for Eternal Lies. Usual caveats. You have been warned.

2) It's aimed at other Keepers and will assume familiarity with the material. My Players, if you are out there - keep away for now please !!

3) While it will likely...


The doors to the Wood Planet Gaming Lodge are now open.

Posted by jaysun81 in CthulaWho, 26 February 2015 · 257 views

The Wood Planet Gaming Lodge (WPGL) is all about the various forms of tabletop gaming (Board games, Card games, Dice games, Miniatures, and Role-playing games).

The YouTube channel will consist of interviews, reviews, game unboxing, RPG sessions conducted via Google Hangouts, etc.

The facebook page serves to promote the channel, as well as worthwhile...


SPOILERS: Eternal Lies Session 28: Player Materials (long)

Posted by Lisa in Blog Lisa, 15 February 2015 · 207 views

This may also have spoilers for Tatters of the King, and possibly for Masks of Nyarlathotep as well.

Janet Winston-Roger's Telegram to Delhi and Responses

JUL 18 1938

Joyce’s Reply to Janet Winston-Rogers

To Janet W. Rogers
c/o Am. Exp. NYC


Fragments of Masks 2015

Posted by ash in Blog ash, 13 February 2015 · 192 views

Masks of Nyarlathotep spoiler alert:
One of my players just fell foul of some lizard men in a painting they entered Box of Delights style. 1d6 of dodge rolls succeeded or you are overcome by lizardmen from the swamp. Harsh Call of Cthulhu session tonight.


Horror on the Orient Express Keepers Campaign Notes: Soundtrack (Spoilers)

Posted by Taavi in Blog Taavi, 09 February 2015 · 238 views
Jazz Age, Music

Having recently started the Keeping the new Horror on the Orient Express, I'm experimenting with different music for the Soundtrack.

As well as the HotOE Symphony, I've been trying out pieces that are contemporary and/or good at capturing a mood or theme of a place. So in London I mostly played period Jazz, but when the heat was on, I used the Clash's "L...


Eternal Lies Session #1

Posted by jeffpalmer in Jeff's Eternal Lies report, 15 December 2014 · 668 views

Eternal Lies Session Report #1


1) Horatio “Fingers” Cumberbatch, a small time hood from Boston. Suffers from amnesia- was a nectar addict and had his memories devoured by the Liar, leaving him scarred and confused. He was later found by Walter Winston and placed into a sanitarium where he convalesced for a year or so. Now owes the famil...


Chapter III: Meeting Master Roby

Posted by Mr. Bill in Mr. Bill Presents: Tatters of the King, 04 November 2014 · 408 views

After a helpful tip at the police station, the group was off to the Ames Funeral Home, the funeral parlor that had handled the bodies after the Roby murders. Inside an old but well-kept white house, they were greeted by Mr. Ames himself. The mortician remembered the affair well: making the bodies suitable for viewing, he said, had been quite a task. The e...

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