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The Café of the Broken Heart

A Dreamhounds of Paris scenario seed by Adam Gauntlett In which the Surrealists must decide whether a friend is worth going to the wall for. This scenario, and the character of Achille Flamant, is inspired by stories that first appeared in Leonard Merrick’s A Chair on the Boulevard, published 1921, available via Project Gutenberg. A Card […]

See Page XX: DELTA GREEN Meets the Dreamhounds (Part 2)

A column about roleplaying by Robin D. Laws Continuing from last month, we look at the Dreamhounds of Paris player characters who survived to the 1960s and how they might make cameo appearances as sources of information in The Fall of Delta Green. Agents seeking Giorgio de Chirico (1888- 1978), painter of eerie, depopulated landscapes […]

See Page XX: DELTA GREEN Meets the Dreamhounds (Part 1)

In a previous post, I floated the idea of using events from a prior Dreamhounds of Paris series as backstory in The Fall of Delta Green. This column, first in a two part series, dives deeper on that with a series of FoDG plot hooks centered around the historical figures from the earlier book who […]

Dreamhounds of the Pop Art Sixties

Officially, the Delta Green setting never indicates that the Dreamlands underwent a radical transformation at the hands of Parisian surrealists in the 1920s and 30s. However, in the privacy of their own Gaming Huts, GMs who ran a Dreamhounds of Paris series and want to connect it to their current Fall of Delta Green games […]

See P. XX: Dreamhounds Confidential

a column on roleplaying by Robin D. Laws On a recent episode of our podcast, Ken and I talked about adapting Dreamhounds of Paris as a GUMSHOE One-2-One setting. In a moment of rash exuberance I promised to provide character cards for some of its key figures. Use these as a model for your own […]

Queen Bess

Ripped from the history books, here’s a great choice the next time you’re asked to create a Trail of Cthulhu player character: Bessie Coleman, aka Queen Bess, pioneering African American aviator. An active protagonist if ever there was one, she taught herself to fly when neither women nor black people were supposed to do so. […]

Dreamhounds of Paris Limited Editions

Follow the Trail of Cthulhu into the Dreamlands in this limited edition copy of Dreamhounds of Paris!     Only 100 copies of this faux-leatherbound limited edition Dreamhounds of Paris exist in this reality. 50 will be made available to customers in the US & Canada, and 50 will be made available to customers outside the US […]

Starting to Dream – Improvised Dreamhounds of Paris

by Steve Dempsey Dreamhounds of Paris is a very rich game. The player characters, the surrealists, each have a detailed history. Paris, both in its mundane and magical incarnations, has locations, stories and conspiracies. And that’s even before you add in the Dreamlands and the rest of the Lovecraftian canon. As someone who runs improvised […]

Call of Chicago: Dreamhounds of Brooklyn

“The inner world of our subjective life is quite as real as the objective.” — O. Louis Guglielmi, 1943 I hardly need to tell you good people about the very excellence of Robin’s (and my, and Steve Dempsey’s) Dreamhounds of Paris. But I suspect it may be something of an uphill fight for more conventionally minded […]

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