Category Archives: Call of Cthulhu

COC: Some minis

I made up a few more minis for the Call of Cthulhu campaign. For the travel map, I added a steam engine, a Ford tri-motor airplane, and a truck from the First World War.

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COC: Nyogtha, and the Valley of the Winds

The party returned to Cluj-Napoca to purchase another shotgun for Roger, to find a translator for the various German items they had found, and to send another pointless telegram to Jonathan Putnam.  Afterwards, they return to Deva, where Angie McQuinn, … Continue reading

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COC: Assault on the Castle

After returning from Cluj-Napoca, the party found the little town of Deva in terror. A week or so after they had left, a carriage from the castle flew through town, driven by an “om negru,” which Sveja translated as “a … Continue reading

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COC: Knock Knock Knocking on the Castle Door

The party is joined by Roger Leach, another archaeologist sent by Putnam and Prof. Fuda to aid the adventurers against the Baron. At first, they reconnoiter the gorge. Joyce falls and badly bruises her derriere on the rocks, but Endeavour … Continue reading

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More Minis for Roll20.net

Having moved to Cortland, New York, we’re keeping our old Boston gaming group going on Roll20. MERP figures aren’t too much of a problem, because I have a lot of minis I edited for my Navah fantasy campaign. I did … Continue reading

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COC: Seeking Baron Hauptmann

Joyce is in the hospital for a week, and then heals for another 12 weeks. During that time, both she and Endeavour conduct library research to learn about the Romanian Baron Hauptmann. Billy instead wanders the countryside looking for work, … Continue reading

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The Elder Sign and its Uses

The Elder Sign is a line with five branches, invested with spiritual energy (2 POW). The drawing to the right is how Lovecraft initially pictured it. It is a potent protection against the servants of the Great Old Ones when … Continue reading

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