Welcome to the first 2011 edition of Page XX. Within, Robin D Law’s explores the non-clue-based advantages of the GUMSHOE system. Following the Trail theme, we have Project Covenant setting from Michael Dauman, Mike Drew’s intriguing Rise and Fall of a Book Collector, and the exceptional Dreamlands setting from Gareth Hanrahan as well as sample pages from the forthcoming Bookhounds and the Occult Guide. Finally, Ian Thomson has written The Royal Cartographers for the Dying Earth.
- The View from the Pelgrane’s Nest, with new releases and much forthcoming, by Simon Rogers
- Pelgrane Business Update, print foolish, PDF wise? by Simon Rogers
- A Project Covenant, campaign frame for Trail of Cthulhu, by Michael Dauman. (PDF)
- The Royal Cartographers, on how to run The Scaum Valley Gazetteer as one large campaign, by Ian Thomson. (PDF)
- The Rise and Fall of a Book Collector: Part One, a real book collector for Bookhounds, by Mike Drew
- GUMSHOE! What Else Is It Good For?, not just clues, that’s for sure, by Robin D Laws
- The Trail into Dreams, enter Lovecraft’s Dreamlands in Trail of Cthulhu, by Gareth Hanrahan
- The Occult Guide, sample pages, by Paula Dempsey (PDF)
- Bookhounds of London, sample pages, by Kenneth Hite (PDF)
Ashen Stars Poll
We’ve been mulling over the Ashen Stars printing options for some time, hence, a poll. All options include hard back and full colour covers, it’s just the interior colour scheme we’re deciding on.