…based off of this.
Eternal Lies is Pelgrane Press‘s epic new campaign setting for Trail of Cthulhu: I ordered the book with the PDF, and the hardcover finally arrived today. Thanks to said PDF, I already knew that this book would be excellent (it’s aiming to be a definitive campaign for ToC, in the same way that Masks of Nyarlathotep or Beyond the Mountains of Madness tried to be for the Call of Cthulhu RPG); what I hadn’t realized was that the book was also heavy. I could use this thing to press flowers. (more…)
Arkham Detective Tales is a supplement for Pelgrane Press‘s 1930s Call of Cthulhu game Trail of Cthulhu, and it’s in my hands courtesy of the kind souls that hit the tip jar. As always: thanks for that, folks. The way things are going with the economy… well. There’s lots out there worse off than me.
“RMS Titanic: The Millionaire’s Special” is a one-shot adventure for Kenneth Hite’s extremely excellent Trail of Cthulhu, which hopefully most people reading this will know by now is a Cthulhu Mythos RPG set (mostly) during the Great Depression. Anyway: Pelgrane Press is donating all proceeds from the game to support the Heroes in the Dark charity. Their goal is “to create audio comics to be enjoyed by the blind and sight-impaired,” which sounds like something that’s reasonably worth tossing a couple of bucks at, particularly since you also get a gaming PDF about the Titanic out of it. Check it out.
It’s Ken Hite’s new roleplaying game setting, and it looks nifty. Short version: you play a retiree from the Cold War’s Great Game who just found out that you were working for vampires. Presumably, this bothers you. Anyway, looks nifty, and Pelgrane Press takes Paypal (which simplifies international ordering immensely). So I just, you know, now need to fill up Paypal somehow.
…when a piece does not gel.
Ach, well. Lemme change the subject: I feel like throwing some money at roleplaying game publisher Pelgrane Press. So… Esoterrorists, or Trail of Cthulhu? The first is ‘occult counter-ops trying to keep a lid on Magicians Behaving Badly;’ the second is Pulp-era Cthulhu Mythos adventuring. I have rather more of the latter than the former, if that helps.