The following article originally appeared in an earlier iteration of See Page XX in September 2008. Robin D Laws discusses the nature of believability in RPGs, and we present not one, but three interviews from Luke Crane. This month also sees the launch of a flurry of new products, including a Keeper’s Screen, and James […]
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The following article originally appeared in an earlier iteration of See Page XX in June 2008. by Simon Rogers In this issue Robin D Laws discusses the use of genre conceits in Mutant City Blues, we have more music from James Semple, and a second interview by Luke Crane. This issue sees the return of […]
The following article originally appeared on an earlier iteration of See Page XX in February 2008. News from Pelgrane Press Short and sweet. The blog has more Pelgrane details and a caption competition. This month we’ve released Fields of Silver, Lynne Hardy’s Turjan-level adventure, and Ian Sturrock’s Esoterrorist adventure Albion’s Ransom. Playtesting The Mutant City Blues and Stunning […]
The following article originally appeared on an earlier iteration of See Page XX in December 2007. News from Pelgrane Press This month we’ve released GUMSHOE Unremitting Horror, Robin’s The Birds webcomic and The Compendium of Universal Knowledge. This is the month that we pre-released a limited edition Trail of Cthulhu and the general release version went […]
“Monk was asking Vida Carlaw, ‘Do you believe a mysterious jellylike creature did any killing?’ The girl hesitated, nipping at her lips. ‘You probably think I’m foolish, but, after all, no one really knows what is in the depths of the earth. Of course, scientists have a general idea, but there may be—things—down there that […]
A review of Stunning Eldritch Tales on rpggeek by Simon Crowe. …for anyone looking for investigations to use in a long running campaign I’d recommend picking this up.
Three five-star reviews on rpgnow.com, including Megan Robertson’s who says: Four cracking adventures, utilising the Gumshoe system to the full as well as exploring the Cthulhu Mythos with a sure touch
A review of Stunning Eldritch Tales on Flames Rising by Matt McElroy. These pulp-style adventures are a good companion for the core book, helping folks get started with the Gumshoe system from Pelgrane Press.
A review of Stunning Eldritch Tales on Yog-Sothoth.com. In summary I feel this is well worth picking up, as all four adventures can be run straight out the book and are brimming with ideas.
A review of Stunning Eldritch Tales at Ogre Cave. There are lots of great RPGs, but many fewer great books of adventures. This is one of those great books of adventures, and it deserves some of your shelf space.