Miskatonic Monday: five new Call of Cthulhu titles in the repository
Here's five fab new releases by community content creators in the Miskatonic Repository:
Antonio Gabriel IV Abad ($2.99, 19 page PDF)
"Busilak is the first of many to come Mythos Adventures that are inspired by South East Asian mythology, urban legends, and unconfirmed reports."
"Dark Offerings is a modern day scenario for Call of Cthulhu that takes the Investigators across the UK and eventually to the Tahmraith-Eilean, a strange and insular trio of islands in the Hebrides. It is inspired by the classic movie The Wicker Man, as well as Lovecraft’s own The Shadow over Innsmouth."
Of Wrath and Blood
"Of Wrath and Blood is a classic 1920's Call of Cthulhu adventure. It was designed as a sequel to Chaosium’s classic introductory adventure, The Haunting, but it is also fully playable as a stand-alone adventure."
Visceral and Emotional Damage
"Keepers can use this supplement to add sanitytesting gore to combat scenes and psychological tolls to investigators who injure other human beings."
Cinematic Environs: Mountains
"Mountain Environs discusses the effects of altitude, falling, rock slides, cliffs and many other hazards that the characters will have to face if they are to reach the far side of the mountains in time."
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