Posts Tagged ‘Cthulhu’
This weeks episode is a recording Matt, Sam and Sean made after their International Table Top Day, Call of Cthulhu RPG. It was recorded live and live steamed on Facebook.
You’ll be forgiven if Darkest Dungeon has passed you by – I mean, it was a successful Kickstarter, it’s been on Steam Early Access for ages, and it’s regularly on sale. But if its somehow passed you by, then now’s the right time to get hyped about Darkest Dungeon. With a release date just around […]
Recently, my regular tabletop gaming group finished its 5th Edition D&D Campaign, which started as a 3.5E game about five years ago, went on hiatus, got cancelled, and eventually rebooted during the 5th Edition Playtesting period. We’re working up some Star Wars: Edge of the Empire characters for our next big thing, but until then, […]
Pelgrane Press deliver one of the most expansive role-playing campaigns in the history of gaming with their forthcoming kickstarter project: The Dracula Dossier.
Ghostwoods Books is a British indie publisher who also happen to be the publisher of one of my favourite recent books Red Phone Box, read my thoughts on that here. Being an indie publisher isn’t easy at the best of times though and as anyone who hasn’t been living in a cave knows these aren’t […]
"So one minute your madly in love and the next you've been mauled by a creature, this is done with the idea of creating a story."
Designer – Richard Launius, Kevin Wilson Number of Players – 1-8 “Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn.” – In his house at R’lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming. HP Lovecraft is known as a master of the mysterious dark, the enigmatic horror that lives in the space between worlds. With such a rich backdrop to […]
Ben Templesmith acclaimed artist and writer known for 30 Days of Night (with Steve Niles), Wormwood Gentleman Corpse and Welcome to Hoxford amongst others is getting back in the creator owned comics game with an original graphic novel, The Squidder. Templesmith describes himself as a ‘storyteller’ rather than an artist or a writer and to […]