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  1. They only have cross-sections but this site has just about every other detail about U-boats one might need. https://www.uboat.net/wwi/
  2. I think it is of similar quality to BB1; some of the scenarios are excellent, and almost all are adequate and provide a fun emulation of various horror genres. Wasn’t a 3rd volume in the works?
  3. Happy to cater to your nostalgia:) https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/220315/The-Dare
  4. It is out of print and you’d have to find a copy on eBay or another secondary retailer. Uttati Asfet (set in 1991) is available on DriveThru - https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/1656/Utatti-Asfet A Resction of Time (a two part short modern campaign) is likewise there https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/1656/Utatti-Asfet Finally, Unseen Masters (it won a Stoker award!) is there too: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/82500/Unseen-Masters
  5. It's not Escape from Innsmouth, but you may find our list of Deep One scenarios (and guide to all Innsmouth-set scenarios) from Arkham Gazette #2 of interest. It covered everything I could find as of time of publication in 2018. The whole issue is about Innsmouth and related topics, so ideally there would be some other articles of interest too. https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/172264/The-Arkham-Gazette-2
  6. I outline the differences a little more in our Miskatonic Country scenario guide, but in a nutshell: Scenarios - AU has “A Little Knowledge” which was later moved to the 2003 Miskatonic University book. HPLA’s has, as mentioned, “The Books of Uncle Silas”. It is not a scenario I find especially engaging. Numbering. Between thr release of Arkham Unveiled and the Compact Arkham Unveiled (not a bad purchase option if scenarios aren’t an issue as they were omitted in tCUA) Chaosium reworked many of the location numbers. This only truly matters if you are like me and like to reference
  7. We are working on an errata / correction sheet (to be incorporated into a revised 1.1 version of The Dare). I hope to have it ready shortly and will announce its availability widely when it is out. Purchasers will also get a notification from DTRPG.
  8. I had not realized that was available in PDF. I will update the list. Thanks!
  9. I've just wrapped up a five-part series on the Sentinel Hill Press blog covering what Miskatonic Country books and other supplements and other add-ons or aids are currently available for purchase (outside of items on the secondary market). I thought it might be of interest for any Keepers who are running or want to run scenarios and campaigns in the region (or are just looking to fill out their book collection). We covered the following topics: The Core Books (town/institution guides) Miskatonic Country scenario collections Uncollected scenarios Other scenario sources
  10. If you can find a copy of it the scenario "Behold the Mother" would be of interest; it is in Dead Reckonings, short scenario collection that is out of print. SPOILERS The scenario is divided between Arkham and Dunwich and involved a Shub-Niggurath cultist attempting to birth a demi-goddess into the world using her own children. You could easily make the cultist a former or current resident of Blackwater Creek wholly consumed (in more ways than one) by her devotion to the Mother. Since the investigators are tainted by their encounter, they would be attuned to the stirring of
  11. Many scenarios have some Miskatonic University connection but few are explicitly written for students per se, though a few, such as "The Dig" that involve Archaeological digs typically are structured to include a few MU professors with the investigators assumed to be subordinates and very much in the role a student or graduate student might take. (The other archaeological scenario that comes to mind is "Watcher in the Valley" but that is an expedition officially lead by an independent academic group with an MU professor involved.) Otherwise the 2003 version of the MU guide book (the one w
  12. Our guide is a discussion for Keepers about the line of various Miskatonic Country releases and, especially, all of the scenarios set in places like Arkham, Innsmouth, Dunwich, and Kingsport. The current version covers all the professionally published scenarios (Classic era only) by Chaosium and their licensees from 1983 to August of this year. Assuming we sell enough copies to make it worthwhile, I'll add in the same information about scenarios from magazines (such as Dagon, the Unspeakable Oath, and our own journal The Arkham Gazette) as well as those in MULAs, the Miskatonic Repository, and
  13. Now available from Sentinel Hill Press: Miskatonic Country Scenarios: A Keeper's Guide Don't wander the shores of the Miskatonic without this guide to Miskatonic Country scenarios! Since 1983 Chaosium and its licensees have produced dozens of scenarios set in Lovecraft's fictional Massachusetts towns of Arkham, Dunwich, Kingsport, Innsmouth (and more). This guide helps Keepers pick and chose from these to find the perfect one for their groups and campaigns. Contents include:
  14. At long last... Halloween night. A haunted house. Will you live to see the morning? The Old Barnaker House. Every kid has heard about it. Everybody has a different awful story about it. All of them agree it is a very bad place. But here you are on Halloween Night, all because of that jerk Roger. He dared you and your friends to spend the night there. You couldn’t let him bully you. You will show him who is chicken! Everybody knows that there are no such things as ghosts... right? Get your slingshot and your pocket knife. Grab some candy and ready your Rubik’s Cube.
  15. That is a pretty good one If you've not seen it, the HP Lovecraft Historical Society created a prop-pack for that scenario collection and they are really great. https://store.hplhs.org/collections/games-props/products/more-adventures-in-arkham-country-props
  16. While we are waiting for issue 4 (and more) as well as the Dare to finally get out to the world, we thought we would offer PDFs of all the issues of the Arkham Gazette at discount for everyone self-isolating or who have had their lives disrupted by COVID-19. Hopefully a little light reading about witches, Deep Ones, and many more horrors will bring a little light to everyone. https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/240397/Arkham-Gazette-Quarantine-Special-BUNDLE (Original PDF price $32.00, sales price $19.99, over 1/3 off - 320 pages of content, 4 scenarios, dozens of articles, a tiny
  17. I like to have more than one issue in development, in case submissions for one issue take off so we might redirect Our efforts, as well as to offer authors a least some variety in topical we’re most actively interested in. Earlier this week I put out a call for submissions to issue #6 of the Arkham Gazette; next I’d like to talk a bit about our proposed issue #7, which is focused on Dunwich. So far the Arkham Gazette has not had too much Dunwich-related content, though we did post a Keeper’s guide to sources and ideas for Dunwich that remains of use to potential authors today. What we ar
  18. While I freely admit that the project has suffered unacceptable delays, I do object to being described as snide or you suggestion I'm simply living off the good will of previous projects. Refunds were (and yet still are) available without complaint to any backers unhappy with the status of the project and I have paid those few requested without complaint. I should note that, unlike other projects discussed, we have provided a draft text of the updated scenario (as well as the original 1996 text of the scenario) since soon after the conclusion of the Kickstarter campaign. We have also releas
  19. The Arkham Gazette, as ever, is looking for submissions. Today we posted a call for a particular variety of submission - short (250-500 words) item descriptions that we've dubbed 'Curios'. Of particular interest are items connected to Kingsport, the subject of our next (hopefully soon forthcoming) issue. For more information, see here: https://sentinelhillpress.wordpress.com/2018/07/09/call-for-submissions-curios/
  20. I am happy to announce, after a long wait, that Arkham Gazette #2 is now available (in PDF only currently). The issue was written for the 6th edition of the Call of Cthulhu rules (and might be the last thing ever released as such since it was grandfathered in - Thanks Chaosium!) but a separate PDF with 7th Edition conversion notes is forthcoming as is a separate PDF for all the handouts. A print on demand option will be available in the near term. The price for the PDF of the issue is $12 for 117 pages of Innsmouth horrors of all types. Buy it now before the Deep
  21. I notice that several of the first wave of Misk. Rep. submissions are set in Arkham ("classic" or modern) and that has inspired me to make the following offering: If you're interested, PM me here or send an email to arkhamgazettemagazine@gmail.com
  22. I wanted to let everyone know about our new, 10-days-only, Kickstarter campaign - THE DARE, a scenario by Kevin Ross: Originally published in 1996 (in Dwellers in Shadow, by Triad Entertainments) THE DARE was intended as a one-shot scenario in which you played a group of children trapped in a haunted house. We are updating and expanding the scenario : Revised for the 7th Edition Call of Cthulhu Rules Expanded the scenario significantly Added lots of Keeper advice for setting mood and tone (for example tips on how to modify the scenario for use with younger
  23. I am very pleased to announce Arkham Gazette #1 is available for sale. This is a reworking of our 2013 version; many of the articles have been revised and expanded and there are three additional articles. All told, this version of issue #1 is about 50% longer than the original, at 75 pages long. The focus of this issue is the legendary city of Arkham itself, home of Miskatonic University. Topics covered in this issue include (I’ve marked the new articles with a *): A guide to useful locations in Arkham from published scenarios The Gladding School – an institution for mentally imp
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