Trail of Cthulhu-J, Kenneth Hite, Robin D Laws

  • Title: Trail of Cthulhu
  • Author: J, Kenneth Hite, Robin D Laws
  • Released: 2008-01-02
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  • Pages: 248
  • ISBN: 1934859079
  • ISBN13: 978-1934859070
  • ASIN: 1934859079


Review Trail of Cthulhu takes a fresh look at Lovecrafts Mythos with a strong focus on investigation, excellent writing, and plenty of play support. Style: 5 (Excellent!) Substance: 4 (Meaty) --CW Richeson,

Overall, this is a masterful melding of the Gumshoe system with classic Cthulhu Mythos gaming, an inspired match. Theres so much goodness in this that Ill be back again and again, not just to play but to mine for ideas whatever I am doing --Megan Robertson, One Book Shelf

About the Author Robin D. Laws is a writer and game designer. His roleplaying game designs for Pelgrane Press include The Dying Earth, The Esoterrorists¸ Mutant City Blues and Skulduggery . His other roleplaying game designs include Feng Shui , HeroQuest and Og: Unearthed Edition. Among Robins six novels are Pierced Heart, The Rough and the Smooth, and Freedom Phalanx. Always ready to take an intriguing career detour, his various past projects include collectible card games, computer games, and comic books. Google his name to find his blog, a cavalcade of hobby games, film, culture, narrative structure and gun-toting avians. Kenneth Hite claims to have bought the first copy of Call of Cthulhu sold in Oklahoma City in August 1981. Since then, he has moved to dread and night-haunted Chicago, written all or part of seventy or so roleplaying game books (including Nightmares of Mine, Dubious Shards, and Adventures into Darkness), and acquired the requisite Lovecraftian cat. His Tour de Lovecraft: The Settings column appears in Weird Tales magazine; his Suppressed Transmission column explores the Higher Strangeness in Pyramid. His wife Sheila knits. pdf
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