Miskatonic Monday: eclectic offerings in September

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 9th Sep 2019

It's Miskatonic Monday!: here's what's new on in our in the Miskatonic Repository community content platform for Call of Cthulhu on DriveThruRPG, including two firsts: the first creation translated into English from very popular Zgrozy series of Polish Call of Cthulhu adventures; and the first … read more

Miskatonic Monday: more new titles in August!

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 19th Aug 2019

It's Miskatonic Monday again, so here are some excellent new Call of Cthulhu community content titles to peruse in the Miskatonic Repository!A Peaceful CruiseLeith Brownlee ($3.99, 20 page PDF)With mass-immigration being halted in the early 1920s, ocean vessels needed to be repurposed to contin … read more

Miskatonic Monday: some August releases for the Repository

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 12th Aug 2019

Here are more new Call of Cthulhu community titles in the Miskatonic Repository on DriveThruRPG! Great work by Genevieve Colter of Dark Trapezohedron Productions, who has uploaded four titles, and congratulations to G.A. Patrick, whose creation Fever: Death Toll has been previewed on& … read more

Miskantonic Monday - July releases for the Miskatonic Repository

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 15th Jul 2019

Here's a great selection of new Call of Cthulhu community titles on DriveThruRPG! Congratulations to all the authors, especially first-time publishers in the Miskatonic Repository.In 2018 the ENnie Awards introduced a new award Best Organized Play. Despite the name, looking at the nom … read more

Miskatonic Monday: a whole lot of new community content titles to enjoy!

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 10th Jun 2019

The Miskatonic Repository is going from strength-to-strength! Here are recent contributions from Call of Cthulhu creators from around the world - check them out on DriveThruRPG!:The Sudden StormPaige Ford ($5.00, 12 page PDF)An unexpected storm relentlessly batters the small New England is … read more

A special Miskatonic Monday: Mark Morrison's The Saltwater Inheritance

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 3rd Jun 2019

Back in 1985, Mark Morrison—now renowned in RPG circles for such mythos masterpieces as Horror on the Orient Express, Terror Australis, Reign of Terror, Call of Cthulhu the Video Game, and more—wrote his second-ever scenario for Call of Cthulhu. This was for a competition in Whit … read more