Titles include the survival-horror Apocthulhu and Cthulhu Reborn’s historical sourcebook, Convicts & Cthulhu, set in An Australian penal colony.
This isn’t a standard eCommerce experience; you only get starter packs here.
Trail of Cthulhu publisher, Pelgrane Press, has two different Cthulhu themed bundles up on the discount website Humble Bundle.
The opening pages grab you by the shoulders and pull you through a whirlwind tour of Chinese history.
Tips for keeping these Cthulhu horrors scary and an interview with author Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan.
The Sassoon Files is a Cthulhu mythos set of tabletop RPG scenarios and campaign world set in 1920s Shanghai.
August 20th is H. P. Lovecraft’s 128th birthday. Despite the writer’s racist views, strong even for his time, he has become a major influence on modern horror. The OneBookShelf family are offering 20% off on a wide range of Cthulhu, Great Old One and Lovecraft flavoured items for the next few days. Let’s take a […]
Yes. You Guessed it. It’s the Obligatory Cthulhu Column. Or ‘Cosmic Horror’ if you will. The genre owes a great deal to Lovecraft’s original creations, so much so that discussing the genre is essentially a dissection of mythos works. So this column is going to be a little more focused than usual. Something faceless owns […]
This past weekend, I got a group together to play Pelgrane Press’ Trail of Cthulhu. Though the game came out in 2008, I never got a chance to play it, until now. Designed by Kenneth Hite, Trail of Cthulhu is one of several games powered by the GUMSHOE System. The design philosophy behind the GUMSHOE system is that in an […]
5 ENnie award winners already announced as voting opens Team EN World opened the voting booth for the 2014 ENnie Awards this week. Voting started with 5 winners being announced for the 2014 Judges’ Spotlight award. So, who won? Hobomancer Companion from Hex Games Deep Magic from Kobold Press Rocket Age RPG from Cubicle 7 […]