A review of Rough Magicks by committed hero on rpg.net who awarded us 9/10 – good marks from a tough reviewer. A short but useful way to refine the theory and practice of magic in a Trail of Cthulhu campaign.
There is a review of Rough Magicks on Gaming Brouhaha. Rough Magicks is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in expanding the role of magic plays in their game…I would thoroughly recommend Rough Magicks and look forward to reading more of the recent supplements Pelgrane has released for the game.
After a herculean struggle with the delivery company, the Trail of Cthulhu Greatest Covers Posters have arrived! The initial orders have gone out and we’re pleased to say that the three A2 posters look fantastic. Jerome’s amazing artwork is shown in all its horrific, ENnie-award-nominated glory. These posters are a limited edition print run, we […]
Lowell Francis over at RPGGeek has been busy reviewing even more GUMSHOE products. This time, Rough Magicks has been under his scrutiny, with great results. You can read the full review here. Rough Magicks isn’t just a book of spells, nor is it just a variant magic system for Trail of Cthulhu. It provides both […]
The ENnies polling booth is now open, and we ask that you consider us when placing your votes. For Best Cover Art, we have Jerome’s Rough Magicks cover, and for Best Adventure, The Armitage Files. You can read reviews of Armitage Files here. and here is Jerome’s cover in all its glory: A detail:
The ENnie award nominations are in. Armitage Files has been nominated for best adventure, with Shadows over Filmland taking an honourable mention. And Jérome gets a richly deserved nod for his cover artwork on Rough Magicks. Last July in Page XX, Jérome let us into the secrets of his photomontage technique in creating this amazing […]