In the latest episode of their gelid, courageous podcast, Ken and Robin talk mystery protection, Mythos investigator Ernest Shackleton, and Ken’s latest Powell’s Portland book haul.
In Episode 480 of Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff, we used the essential elements of Mythos deities to create a new dread entity, Qotha-Nhur’rin, the Destruction at the Heart of Creation. Here she is, in Trail of Cthulhu Mythos god format. “Everything was horribly damp and bedewed, and I thought I saw an […]
In Episode 478 of Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff, we laid out the common elements of Cthulhu Mythos deities. For posterity and ease of searching, here’s the list of necessary ingredients we arrived at. Cosmic Scale: The entity’s existence is not localized to a single culture or for that matter to one planet. Instead […]
The following article originally appeared on an earlier iteration of See Page XX in October 2007. An Interview with writer Kenneth Hite Kenneth Hite is designing Trail of Cthulhu – a licensed version of Chaosium’s Call of Cthulhu. Here, Ken answers questions posed by our redoubtable forum members. 1. How will sanity and madness be handled- especially as they […]
Ever hungry for new sources of terror, we just received seven gods and titans for use in any Trail of Cthulhu campaign, from player Nick Ingham. He says: “Some have been mentioned in supplements like the Bookhounds of London, but not properly described like the ones in the core rulebook. Others I just like. In […]
See Page XX a column on roleplaying by Robin D. Laws Adversaries in GUMSHOE One-2-One don’t have game statistics per se. This applies to mundane foes and Mythos creatures alike. Instead, when your investigator encounters something nasty that might want to do her harm, a Challenge block describes all the dangers and difficulties of dealing […]