Tales of the Sleepless City

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Publisher: Miskatonic River Press

Product Code: MRP0011

Publishing Year: 2013 (February)

Pages: 162

Cover Price: $29.95

Authors Scott David Aniolowski, Daniel Harms, Oscar Rios, Brian M. Sammons, Mikael Hedberg, Mike Hurst, Tom Lynch

Artists: Paul Carrick (cover), Rich Longmore (interior)

Maps: Steff Worthington

Editor: Scott David Aniolowski

Copyediting: Christopher Smith Adair and Lisa Padol

Handouts and Player Aids: Andrew Lehman of the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society

Layout and Design: Badger McInnes

Setting(s): 1920s

Format(s): Softcover

ISBN: 978-0-9821818-5-0

Contents

Only in New York can one battle an Outer God and later, if one lives to tell about it, have a drink in the "speakeasy belt." If you can investigate here, you can investigate anywhere!

The minds behind such Classic Call of Cthulhu® game titles as New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley and More Adventures in Arkham Country are proud to present Tales of the Sleepless City. This is a collection of 1920's era Call of Cthulhu scenarios that could only be set in New York. The Big Apple is practically a character in each of these pieces: investigate a strange explosion on the subway, disappearances in Hell's Kitchen, gruesome murders on the Lower East Side, and much more.

Scenarios: The Tenement (Scenario) (Rios), A Night at the Opera (Scenario) (Hedberg), The Terror from the Museum (Scenario) (Sammons), To Awaken What Never Sleeps (Harms), The Fishers of Men (Hurst), Értóng hé Kūqì de Mǔqīn (The Child and the Weeping Mother) (Lynch & Aniolowski)

Additional: Introduction, Player Handouts

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Comments / Trivia

Those who pre-ordered the book also received an additional scenario- Below by Oscar Rios and a packet of alternate rules for using Traits (a la Cthulhu by Gaslight) by Kevin A. Ross.

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