Network N – Delving into World War Cthulhu London

I began my day with a large cup of steaming hot coffee and an amazing new PDF book I acquired from the Bits and Mortar program when I preordered World War Cthulhu: London. Starting your day by reading some semi-historical rooted Cthulhu material is awesome. As a history major when I was in college I have a profound love for source material that is historically rooted.

For those that are not familiar, this books is a cross-over product for both the World War Cthulhu and Cthulhu Britannica London product lines. I have read both of these product lines to some degree or another of the last few months. This new cross-over book is a sweet little addition to both lines.

I have not read enough of the book yet to justify writing a review, but my initial thoughts on what I have read is the material is well researched and well presented. I have high hopes for the remainder of the rest of the book. I am really looking forward to getting the physical book once it ships to my local store.

The material in this book will give me a lot of additional options to introduce into the World War II themed Call of Cthulhu game I am dreaming up and hoping to run in the near future. The eventual game will be a VOIP game so, stay tuned for future developments about this project as I will be looking for players.

~ Modoc

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