Prompted by a post over at Yog-sothoth.com (after I mentioned that I’d updated the site with a new theme) I thought I’d create a brief overview of the status of all the projects I’ve previously mentioned here (or elsewhere).
Category: Site News (Page 1 of 2)
I’ve been a bit slack on updating you all when others mention or discuss Monophobia or the Unbound Book. This year we’ve seen –
- A mention over at System Matters (a German Podcast on gaming) – http://www.system-matters.de/2013/02/12/episode-78-1on1-oder-rollenspiel-im-duett/. Unfortunately I don’t understand German, so hopefully it’s positive!
- Jim over at Skype of Cthulhu ran the last of the adventures from Monophobia – http://www.cthulhu.me/2013/05/104-vengeance-from-beyond-monophobia.html
- Meanwhile the team at Once upon a D6 also ran and record Vengence – http://oud6podcast.blogspot.co.nz/2013/06/call-of-cthulhu-vengeance-from-beyond.html
- Finally, I discovered this interesting audiotrack someone has created as atmosphere for Robinson Gruesome – http://environment-other.ambient-mixer.com/robinson-gruesome
I’m a little overwhelmed that so many people have played and recorded our games. All I can say is ‘Thank you!’.
Cthulhu Dark Ages: Guide to England is a brief primer into the world of the Anglo-Saxon’s in 1000AD. This guide has been written to supplement this information already existing the Cthulhu Dark Ages rulebook, and introduces a number of suggested rule changes that help reflect the dangers and difficulties during this period of history.
Jim over at Skype of Cthulhu has posted two of the scenarios from Monophobia up as actual play recordings. Well worth the listen, with Jim’s excellent Keeping (trust me it ain’t easy running for one player!) and sterling jobs by the two players Dan (from the Miskatonic University podcast) and Toni, respectively! I recommend you pop over for a listen!
Well its been way too long since I last posted in the site! As you will have seen, this with website has gone through a bit of a change lately – hopefully for the better – and is bigger and brighter than ever.
This revamp has two purposes, the first to better help me organise the material on the site, while the second is to allow us to use this Home Page more often in the way it is supposed to be – as a Blog. There are lots of great Call of Cthulhu community, companies and sites out on the net, and this blog will allow us to talk about them all!