How I Run Rivers of London: The Roleplaying Game on Roll20
Over on my YouTube channel, here’s a video on how I run Rivers of London: The Roleplaying Game on Roll20!
Hawkshaw – A Case File for Rivers of London: The Roleplaying Game — FREE!
I’m a fan of Ben Aaronovitch’s Rivers of London book series and it was fantastic to see Chaosium publish a tabletop roleplaying game based on that world. I couldn’t wait to try it out and I had a great time with my players running this original case file I created called “Hawkshaw.” Here’s the synopsis: […]
Curio – A 2-Page Adventure for Call of Cthulhu
Now available at DriveThruRPG.com! The funeral takes place on a rainy summer afternoon in June 1925. You pay respects to Minerva Fortescue, obscure occultist and long-retired emerita of your secret society. She was privy to many mysteries, their nature passing with her as she left this life. But your Order asks you to take on […]
Playing The Dare from Sentinel Hill Press? How About Some Maps?
Hello, Gamemasters! I have been inspired by The Dare, written by Kevin A. Ross and published by Sentinel Hill Press. I have heard it is a favorite one-shot, especially for Halloween, and the 1980s setting certainly conjures memories for those of a certain vintage, which includes me. It’s a bit of a refreshing change from […]
Dissonance – A 1-Page 1920s Adventure for Call of Cthulhu
Convalescence, my first Call of Cthulhu scenario, was a labor of love (and Lovecraft) and the focus of my first effort as part of the RPG Writer’s Workshop from Storytelling Collective. After quite a few successful outings as a Keeper — I mean, I survived them, and isn’t that the important thing? — it was […]
Convalescence – A 1920s Adventure for Call of Cthulhu
Convalescence – A 1920s Adventure for Call of Cthulhu – Miskatonic Repository Well, I’ve gone and done it. I took place in the Storytelling Collective‘s workshop to write a tabletop RPG adventure. And it’s released to the world! There’s no hope for us now. To buy it, go to DriveThruRPG. Here’s the synopsis. Wounded […]
Review – The Mummy of Pemberley Grange
The Mummy of Pemberley Grange by Type40 is a tight, four-page scenario for the Call of Cthulhu RPG set in the 1920s and is terrific to play in a single session. I’ll offer thoughts in this brief review to help Keepers decide if this scenario is right for them to run — but in my […]