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RPG review – World War Cthulhu: The Darkest Hour

By Paco Garcia Jaen World War II to this day mesmerises historians and non-historians. Its effects are still felt and we now look back and wonder how some of the atrocities could have possibly happened. I’m not sure any other war has received as much media coverage as WWII, with movies, games, books, more movies […]

RPG review – Trail of Cthulhu Eternal Lies

Eternal Lies pays homage to those amazing adventures and provides with an adventure campaign that takes the players around the globe trying to unravel a mystery that took place 10 years before the adventure starts and confront another that reveals itself as they find themselves in the middle of a plot to destroy our planet as we know it.

Call of Cthulhu: Delta Green

“Welcome to America at the end of the Millennium. Do you know who is pulling the strings? Delta Green does. This outlaw conspiracy operates within the U.S. government, fighting a clandestine, unauthorized, and highly dangerous rear-guard action against the forces of darkness. This exhaustive sourcebook describes the decades-long history of Delta Green as well as its allies and adversaries. It includes extensive source material on a wide range of topics, including factual profiles of more than thirty U.S. military/intelligence agencies with investigator occupation templates for each. Also included are two scenarios and a mini-campaign, plus guidelines on setting up a long-term Delta Green campaign. This is the longest CoC supplement ever published, and it’s jam-packed with information.”

Cthulhu Britanica: Shadows Over Scotland

Shadows Over Scotland is a hard back, black and white book, part of Cubicle 7’s Cthulhu Britannica series. It is the product of quite a lot of writing by Stuart Boon, and believe me when I tell you there is a lot of material in here! This book is a weighty 280 pages divided in 5 chapters.

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