As a Christmas treat/horror cuppycup from Ain't Slayed Nobody put this together.
Call of Cthulhu offers the entire Earth as a setting in a variety of different time periods. I am slowly building my own Mythos world and revealing the secret history and details of a world haunted by monsters and the Mythos to the PCs. I am working on creating a long term campaign.
In the RPG news this week we've big news from Pinnacle and Savage Worlds, we discover which project Wizards of the Coast are working on for D&D that will take years and a look at the latest reviews, releases and interviews.
We're facing a Friday the 13th this weekend. More importantly, we also have a host of RPG charity events to look forward.
In 1925 your expert detectives work to keep a post-war and divisive world from falling apart.
Routinely Itemised is a weekly roundup of RPG news from Wizards of the Coast, Chaosium, Cubicle 7, R. Talsorian Games, PEG, Paizo and the industry.
$40 worth of Pathfinder / D&D 5e / Call of Cthulhu goodies are currently available in a $13 bundle from Hammerdog. It's The Dread House Bundle.
Chaosium has confirmed that their mammoth Call of Cthulhu adventure The Children of Fear will be available in digital format this year.
Set in Prohibition-era New York City, Harlem Unbound tells stories of African-Americans escaping the oppressive South for a better life. Except, this better life is full of shadows, and dangers that creep through alleys and lurk in the space between doorways.
A glance at some noteworthy RPG releases this week along with yet another busy RPG news section. Kickstarter seems to get more alive with each passing day, recovering strongly from the lockdown slump.