Tag: Patreon

July 19, 2020

Forgotten Duty – Release

A visit to the University of Navarra—located in Pamplona, Spain—in search of a rare book—the chronicles of a monk who claimed to have witnessed visions of other worlds—leads to a grim investigation. Forgotten Duty is a short investigation—probably 6 – 8 hours of play—written for The Cthulhu Hack but playable with any system geared toward Lovecraftian horror. Set in modern-day northern Spain, the investigation has the potential to set […]

April 28, 2020

Oblivion Index

Life is a hideous thing, and from the background behind what weknow of it peer daemoniacal hints of truth which make it sometimesa thousandfold more hideous. – H.P. Lovecraft The Mythos, and the eldritch science that allow it to persist in our universe, warp human cognition. Within the confines of even the greatest minds, comprehension cannot endure without fracture. That is the nature of cosmic […]

May 13, 2019

Leap of Faith

Mother’s Love has been a massive leap of faith for me—one where I have wavered on many decisions. In the outcome, I’m deliriously pleased that it has turned out so well. I hope that you can come and see it in person at UK Games Expo, supporting the continuation of The Cthulhu Hack line. Up to Three Faces of the Wendigo, The Cthulhu Hack was […]

November 23, 2018

Shambling Patreon

I set up a Patreon page a week or so ago to support the creative endeavour for expanding The Cthulhu Hack line, in support for your patronage, you get access to content not available to anyone else. At the most basic level, that’s posts on here and the Patreon page. At higher levels, you get early access to draft material that will eventually make it into […]

August 4, 2017

Round-up of Events

Gen Con, the ENnies, OneBookShelf and Patreon – all worth a moment and a mention. Gen Con I’m in the States next week and then Gen Con the week after. I’m really excited. I will be running The Cthulhu Hack on Thursday afternoon, in three rollercoaster sessions. In addition, you can catch me at the Monte Cook Games stand on Thursday morning (I’m representing All Rolled […]

June 14, 2016

Cthulhu Breakfast Club Review

Sat before a crackling fire with a mug of cocoa and a musty tome (that’s June in the UK for you), I listened in good company to the latest podcast from the Patreon-funded Cthulhu Breakfast Club. 90-minutes of fine Mythos-focussed banter from Paul Maclean and chums – from Yog-Sothoth.com – they provide a 5-minute potted review of The Cthulhu Hack. While I urge you to support such […]