I'm reading it now (in the middle of "The Jermyn Horror"). That review points out something not...
Here is the first (very long) review Iíve found for it. He seemed to really like 3 out of 5...
To be fair to the players just include as much plot as required for it to be as valuable in the game to be female with it's advantages and disadvantages
That's a point. My main concern is like--well, Dead Man's Stomp is a good example. There is obvious racial tensions in that secnario. If done improperly,
And as we see in Innsmouth when the food and livelihood is drying up and the guru actually can ensure the rains, a good harvest, an alternate source of
I mean it just doesn't make sense to me. It looks like some sort of weird mashup of a lifepath system and the mutation tables from Realms of Chaos.
It seems to be that omitting something like that is damaging the realism and feeling of the game world, just as it would damage things if a random oik
Assuming the dream-sendings of Cthulhu, the creeping influence of Nyarlathotep (cf. CoT) or archaic exposure to Yog-Sothoth aren't also the psychic seed
An exhibit about Pompeii recently came to Denver. One of the artifacts on display was a garum jug; they also had an actor roleplaying a Roman matron who
One game that I recently really enjoyed and that definitely had some Lovecraftian undertones was called Miasmata. It's a first-person indie game where
Basically, I play Call of Cthulhu with my group as a sort of gender-neutral thing. The Investigators have never been hampered by NPCs based on gender,
I would tread with care in Secret World. If you're new to MMOs, you might enjoy it and if you're hard core about Lovecraft themes and MMOS you might but
In this scenario, the Investigators are summoned by an army commandant in...
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Shortly after the agents call Detective Gregson for...