I'm a dedicated D&D DM, running two games a week, but I own - and have run, albeit years ago - both 6th ed Call of Cthulhu and Trail of Cthulhu. One common thread with Cthulhu roleplaying and D&D is the ready access to a large library of adventures, which can certainly make things easy! However, there is also so much that it can be difficult to assess where to look.
What I'm hoping for is a recommendation on a book of adventures. Looking over my collection, I already have a few adventures represented, but many seem more like scenario frames than ready-to-run adventures. (Available books: Trail of Cthulhu core, Call of Cthulhu core, Keeper's Companion, Secrets of Morocco, Cthulhu Invictus, H.P. Lovecraft's Dreamlands). Is there a book of really good and standalone (i.e. not an Adventure Path) scenarios that I can buy and feel confident in a couple month's worth of low-effort gaming material? I'm not that fussed about whether the scenarios are in Trail or Call - I've run both, like I say, and it seems easy enough to convert a scenario on the fly.
I can see that Trail of Cthulhu has several adventure compendiums, but I'm less certain about Call of Cthulhu, and wanted to see what the options were on that side of the fence before I put down too many pennies.
Many thanks for any help that can be offered!
Edited by CharlesRampant, 09 November 2017 - 07:29 AM.