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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.

Enemies of NeoExodus–The First Ones

This pdf from Louis Porter Design is 49 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page combat & initiative tracker, 2 pages char-sheet, 2 pages mini-sheets for monsters, 1 page advertisement and 1 page SRD, leaving 41 pages of content for the mythic bane of NeoExodus, so let’s check them out.

Avalon: The County of Somerset

By Paco G. Jaen This is the next instalment is my ever increasing collection of books related to the Cthulhu Mythos. You can expect to see a few more of these appearing in the not too distant future, both because I have to write reviews and because I am really loving them… with good reason! […]

Lovecraftian Inspirations

There’s a lot one could say on the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the birth of Howard Phillips Lovecraft, but the difficulty comes in finding something to say that others — or oneself — haven’t already said on similar occasions in the past. In some sense, that’s a testament to the huge debt we all owe the Old Gent: almost anything we say about him has already been said many times before, probably more eloquently and more originally than anything we can possibly say ourselves.

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