Confronting Hastur Across Time and Space
Artists, poets, dreamers and madmen feel the hand of the Great Old Ones most keenly. The line between creative genius and abject madness is thin. We all have admired at least one favorite writer or musician who spiraled into insanity before taking his or her own life. Hastur dwells in that gray area between madness and genius. The King In Yellow, a play about... [click here for more]
Three Viking Adventures for Cthulhu Dark Ages
The Ravenar Sagas are a collection of three Cthulhu Dark Ages scenarios spanning a thirteen-year period between 989 AD and 1002 AD. The Sagas take place across Scandinavia and what will later be known as Nova Scotia.
Players will be taking the roles of the crew of a small knorr (a Viking longship). While pre-generated characters are provided... [click here for more]
The Mythic West
ACES HIGH is a mythical, western role-playing game where Davey Crockett exists along side The Man With No Name. The relationship, however, may be an uneasy one.
Violence is an everyday occurrence on the frontier of Civilization. Dust swirls around a crimson sun, reminding every one of their possible success, telling them of their mortality. Settlers make a grab for... [click here for more]
SIX REASONS TO FEAR THE UNKNOWN
The Cthulhu Mythos presents horrors far worse than mere death…
You won’t find any ghouls or deep ones, or other named Mythos entities here. The horrors found within have no names, but they are still very much of the Mythos. Your players will not have encountered their like before, and no one will be on safe, comfortable ground.
Nameless Horrors brings... [click here for more]
Tomes of Cthulhu is a generic supplement for horror games based on the works of H. P. Lovecraft. It describes in detail 20 different books, plus alternative editions and original sources for some of them, of esoteric and sometimes forbidden knowledge that are a common theme in Lovecraftian horror. Each book has its name, and author, if known, as well as details on its appearance, when and how it was... [click here for more]