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...
Cthulhu By Gaslight is already out at Chaosium, I gather from rpg. net that Kevin Ross is trying to place the Old West one with a publisher and has found
I would love to see a complete archive of the Chaosium Digest online somewhere ... I have a mostly-complete offline archive up til about volume 21 (maybe
Since scenarios often contain little sayings or epigrams after the title, why not keep both?
Bret Kramer's Machine Tractor Station Kharkov set in the Soviet famines has good pre-generated characters with secrets--they in fact have to keep an eye
I don't know if any of the WW1 scenarios have incorporated this actual WW1 legend (if so BEWARE SPOILERS!!!!) but if not it's sure to be very good fuel
No arguments there. It's more about trying to get across that, while they can do what they want, it wouldn't be normal for them to take their personal
This is the second adventure I wrote for Cthulhu Dark, the rules-light system for lovecraftian horror by Graham Walsmley. It was made a
Hi. My name is Alejandro and I started playing three or four years ago. My second session was as a GM, and I started playing Cthulhu games very soon (but
When I ran my first Trait of Cthulhu session, I just said to myself: "It's big, and it has tentacles. You don't need to know more."
I've heard the early Alone In The Dark series are quite Lovecraftian but haven't played them myself.
The second of the original x-com games
March 10, 1922:
Professor Eric Bowsfield was going through undue torture....
War of the Dead - Chapter One: And The Dead Shall Walk The Earth.