Tag Archives: Trail of Cthulhu

See Page XX: Pipe and Believability

The following article originally appeared in an earlier iteration of See Page XX in September 2008. A column on roleplaying by Robin D. Laws Pipe and Believability A while back on the Yog-Sothoth forum dedicated to Trail Of Cthulhu a discussion arose from that game’s suggestion that players be permitted to select their exotic languages […]

View from the Pelgrane’s Nest – September 2008

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 […]

The Trail of Cthulhu Theme

The following article originally appeared in an earlier iteration of See Page XX in June 2008. You can find James’s soundtrack work for Trail of Cthulhu here, for Night’s Black Agents here, and for Esoterrorists here. by James Semple James Semple has written the Trail of Cthulhu Theme to go with his inter-scene stings. He’ll […]

View from the Pelgrane’s Nest – June 2008

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 […]

View from the Pelgrane’s Nest – April 2008

The following article originally appeared on an earlier iteration of See Page XX in April 2008.  News from Pelgrane Press We’ve had a great month, although some shipping issues have reared their ugly heads, mainly with shipments from the US taking their time to reach Europe. We’ve fixed those now. Leonard Balsera’s Profane Miracles, another fastplay […]

Sea Transport in the 1930s

The following article originally appeared on an earlier iteration of See Page XX in February 2008.  You can also read Simon’s articles on 1930s Rail Transport and 1930s Air Transport. an article for Trail of Cthulhu by Simon Carryer While by the 1930s, diesel engines were revolutionising rail transport, and giving birth to a burgeoning flight industry, […]

See Page XX: Sting, Sting, Sting – Ending Scenes with Music in GUMSHOE

The following article originally appeared on an earlier iteration of See Page XX in February 2008.  Find James Semple’s stings for Trail of Cthulhu here, and you can also find the soundtracks James composed for Trail of Cthulhu and Night’s Black Agents. A column on roleplaying by Robin D. Laws Sting, Sting, Sting A GUMSHOE issue […]

Stings for Trail of Cthulhu

The following article originally appeared on an earlier iteration of See Page XX in February 2008. Media composer James Semple has created some musical stings for use with Trail of Cthulhu. James has worked with Cthulhu before (in a manner of speaking), creating the intro to the excellent Yog Radio, and he composed a Trail of […]

View from the Pelgrane’s Nest – February 2008

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 […]

Call of Chicago: Pot-Hounds of Spiro

“When you ask who built this mound, the only answer is the echo of your own question within the vault that has been hidden in darkness within this mound for no one knows how many centuries. The dead past has surely buried its dead within the mound.” — artifact collector J.G. Braecklein, quoted in the […]

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