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...
Thanks all, I'll give it another go next week. The cheat sheet is a great help!
I've thrown this link up before, but if you're looking for Call of Cthulhu scenarios with pre-gen characters try: http://www.irishgaming.com/index.php...=186&Itemid=39
Cool Air is one of my favourite stories by Lovecraft - looking forward to seeing this!
Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem for the Gamecube was really steeped in the Cthulhu Mythos, including a sanity mechanic that resulted in hallucinations,
XD Wait, THE Helen? Awesome!
Yes, I loved Horror on the Orient Express. Now that it's very nearly finished for me too, I wanted to add how
I've seen the adaptation used int the anthology film 'Necronomicon' and found it to be a pretty good version--it was passable, had the mystery of it and
I can confirm the early Alone in the Dark games. The first one I played was, I believe--well, the first one. Old mansion, dark secrets of a cult, hideous
I've actually seen a sever downturn in positive dice results while using apps. I have a D&D Dice Roller on my Kindle and I use it only in the bleakest
Let us not forget, many cultists are only "Here for the beer." A lot of religions use basic sustenance as a huge lever to get people to do what
This Kickstarter has done very well. It's great to know there will now be a bust of HPL in the Providence Athenaeum.
The following are are
Now that you all know what is Achtung! Cthulhu and what I think about the...
March 10, 1922:
Professor Eric Bowsfield was going through undue torture....