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...
And, lest anyone has any worries about this...while i understand the desire to have a pretty and fancy book, i am keeping in mind that this is, first
Soothing that just came to mind.
In situations where one hypothetically uses serpent men, ghouls or deep ones as PCs, having a "0"
Now that does have potential. Of course, to give a twist, there could be some garum competitors who wouldn't mind seeing either Ichthys or the cult getting
After years of dead ends, I was finally able to make a film adaptation of Lovecraft's chilling short story "Cool Air". We shot it in two days
Ichthys the Dagon worshipping Philistine (in my version of the tale) would be a hybrid and have actual deep ones working for him, thus giving him a fishy
Rather interesting, especially since I'm in the middle of running MoN - thanks for the link!
Pagan Pub's Mortal Coils
That would be a tad too straight forward and would not leave the players exclaiming "Holy Mackerel, Batman!" when they finally solved it. On
Great! what book are this scenario in? where do i find it? more information please.
I'm a big fan of the idea that RPGs are primarily transmitted through oral culture, and I like that the way its currently presented has more of a conversational
War of the Dead - Chapter One: And The Dead Shall Walk The Earth.
A rather freeform session of Cthulhu by Gaslight using the newspaper...