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As the QuestWorlds SRD is now out I have published a hobby project that has been in my mind for a while now. Let me present: Worlds of QuestWorlds - A blog about QuestWorlds In the blog I will write posts all things about QuestWorlds. Rules clarifications, product reviews, news about the system etc. I have lots of ideas already in the backlog and try to produce topics in steady phase from now on.
Just stumbled across a tumblr blog, Librum Prodigiosum, which contains a most comprehensive list of monsters, creatures and beasties, just begging to be statted up. Librum Prodigiosum I have only started looking at it, and found myself thinking "Can I fit this into an adventure? How about this one?" Tumblr. THE new place to go when you're window shopping for monsters.
Two years ago I challenged myself to create a blog where I used the headlines from the local newspaper to make up plots for the Paranoia RPG. Wanting to develop my horror writing, I decided to dust off the local papers and see what devious Mythos plots might be lurking behind the headlines. Also, for Keepers who are looking for creative tales to weave for their groups, I hope they find this blog useful for jumpstarting their imaginations, whether it causes them to come up with similar ideas or they simply flesh out the tales I’ve outlined. The blog's at www.30sanitypoints.blogspot.com May your sanity points fall slowly, Garrett Crowe
There are a large number of Call of Cthulhu articles on my blog, Shooting Dice, including: Lovecraft and His Guns, about HPL and his guns and gun use. The Investigator's Load, about typical kit carried by investigators in HPL's stories and encumbrance issues in the game. Lovecraft's Investigators and Their guns, an entire series of articles examining HPL stores for the weapons of his investigators. Disarming in Call of Cthulhu, comparing the Disarming rules in Call of Cthulhu Sixth and Seventh Edition, illustrated using a scene from The Maltese Falcon. Cthulhu Gangster, the latest book by German Call of Cthulhu licensee Pegasus Press. Plus gun reviews, film and TV series reviews, all with an eye towards using them in the game. Cheers HANS