The Mythos Society Guide to New England is an expansive universal sourcebook by veteran game designer Clint Staples that can be used to enhance any horror, mystery, or adventure roleplaying scenarios set in New England. It is particularly suited for Mythos-oriented games like Call of Cthulhu and Cthulhu Live. It is also a fun and provocative read... [click here for more]
A Brief History of Gnolls: Anthropophagy and Emeralds from Wales to Wisconsin and Beyond traces the history of the title fantasy creatures in literature and gaming, from when they were first introduced nearly a century ago up through the present. Features of this unique and entertaining volume include two entertaining quasi-academic essays by writer Paul Haynie that examine the literary history... [click here for more]
“Bloodsuckers” follows a party of intrepid adventurers as they stumble across a band of undead monsters and resolve to track them over the wine-dark sea to their nest on a small, disease-ridden island situated off a marshy coast. As they overcome their fears and push on with their mission, however, they are met with one surprise after another and have revealed to them horrors that go beyond... [click here for more]
“The time is drawing near … we have been reading the signs in the stars, tracking their progress for centuries … we must advance our plan to hold back the darkness … the Horror.”
In “The Cthulhu Conspiracy,” fantasy artist Amanda Kahl takes a whimsical look at the modern infatuation with the most famous of the Great Old Ones and one approach to battling... [click here for more]
"North Sea, in the 22nd year of the reign of blessed Honorius, Imperator Romanorum ..."
Set on the cusp of civilization during the final years of the Roman Empire and the onset of the Dark Ages, "Their Blood Is the Sea" explores the horrors encountered by the crew and passengers of a vessel that runs aground on a hostile shore. It was written by game developer and historian Clint Staples, who has... [click here for more]