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Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff: You Can’t Rule Fish Out

In the latest episode of their lovingly roasted podcast, Ken and Robin talk sovereign citizens of Carcosa, the death of a White Helmet, a vampire museum, and, at the behest of Pelgrane publisher Cat Tobin, time machining vegetarian cuisine.

Gunsmith to the Gangsters

by Travis Johnson When you’re heading down into the ghoul tunnels or about to mount that final, fateful raid on the vampire lord’s lair, you’re going to want a little more bang for your buck than you can find at your local sporting goods store. Sure, the judicious use of Preparedness and Network can tip […]

Night’s Black Agents: Odd Jobs

The Agents in Night’s Black Agents are burned spies, out of favour with their former agencies, banished into the cold – but even a broken spy has uses. Smiley got called back from retirement all the time; unsanctioned operations call for unsanctioned assets. What sort of unofficial intel ops might your Agents get involved in […]

Games Pelgranes Play

I’ve been running a mini-series of Night’s Black Agents – the third season since I started the game. This post describes game prep. The team have a vampire encased in a block of concrete which they kept in a silo in the Crimea – but the Russians invaded, so they moved the body and the […]

Strahd von Zarovich

“The last conscious effort which imagination made was to show me a livid white face bending over me out of the mist. I must be careful of such dreams, for they would unseat one’s reason if there were too much of them.” — Mina Harker’s journal, 1 October (26 July 1894) Dracula isn’t the only […]

Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff: From What Steve Did

In the latest episode of their entirely authentic podcast, Ken and Robin talk combining The Esoterrorists with Night’s Black Agents, Krazy Kat in the dreamlands, the Beardmore Viking Hoax, and Happy Science.

Time, Dracula and Investigations

Dracula Daily emails you once a day with the text of whatever elements of (the redacted) Dracula happened on that date. So, a day’s email might be a single entry from Jonathan Harker’s diary, or some pieces of correspondence between Lucy’s suitors. Or nothing at all, if no letters or diary entries are dated that […]

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