Category Archives: Trail of Cthulhu

Stargazer’s World reviews Armitage Files

Review of the improvisational Trail of Cthulhu supplement Armitage Files on Stargazer’s World. “The Armitage Files” is definitely a book anyone interested in running Trail of Cthulhu should own, especially if you want to try something new. But it proves – without a shadow of doubt – that it’s possible to improvise an investigative games […]

Eternal Lies – The Album

Eternal Lies, the forthcoming mammoth campaign for Trail of Cthulhu will have a sound track album designed for use in actual play, created by James Semple and a team of other musicians. James Semple, has produced music for GUMSHOE including four tracks for Esoterrorists (Dissonance) and four track for Trail of Cthulhu (Four Shadows ) […]

Two mentions on RPG Countdown

The RPG Countdown podcast is the network chart of rpg popularity, measuring weekly sales on One Book Shelf  (rpgnow.com and dtrpg.com). Rough Magicks and Trail of Cthulhu both have a second appearance in the charts, partly due to the very succesful 15% sale we had last week. Ken talks about both products. This is worth […]

Trail of Cthulhu, reviewed by C. W. Richeson

There’s a new review of Trail of Cthulhu up on rpg.net by CW Richeson. Trail of Cthulhu takes a fresh look at Lovecraft’s Mythos with a strong focus on investigation, excellent writing, and plenty of play support. Style: 5 (Excellent!) Substance: 4 (Meaty) He says: In play I was concerned that my traditional style of […]

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