The Great Healer – A Miskatonic Repository Review [Call of Cthulhu]

The Great Healer Author: G. A. Patrick Publisher: Chaosium [Miskatonic Repository] Page Count: 44 Available Formats: PDF PDF (DTRPG) – $5 People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but *actually* from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint – it’s more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly… time-y wimey… stuff. – Doctor…

The Hounds of Salem – A Miskatonic Repository Review [Call of Cthulhu]

The Hounds of Salem Author: Anthony L. Wolf Publisher: Chaosium [Miskatonic Repository] Page Count: 37 + additional handouts Available Formats: PDF PDF (DTRPG) – Pay what you want ($4.99 recommended) I usually make a few trips to Salem a year, being the dad of a Wiccan and living about an hour away—though my daughter prefers…

Pop Goes the Weasel – A Miskatonic Repository Review [Call of Cthulhu]

Pop Goes the Weasel Author: Chris Stewart Publisher: Chaosium [Miskatonic Repository] Page Count: 25 Available Formats: PDF PDF (DTRPG) – $2.00 It’s 1978, the Personal Computing Age is in its infancy, and the Miskatonic University is poised to take center stage. Arthur Fael, a computing genius, has recently defected from MIT to the Miskatonic. With…

4-Bit Characters Volume 1 – A Miskatonic Repository Review [Call of Cthulhu]

Four-Bit Characters Volume 1 Author: Aaron Vanek Publisher: Chaosium [Miskatonic Repository] Available Format: PDF (DTRPG) – $5 Building non-player characters can be daunting for some. It is easier and quicker to use pre-generated characters instead. Thankfully help is available. Four-Bit Characters Vol. 1 provides 10 non-player characters mirrored off historical personalities for the 7th edition…

Down New England Town – A Miskatonic Repository Review [Call of Cthulhu]

Down New England Town Author: Dr. Michael C. LaBossiere Publisher: Chaosium [Miskatonic Repository] Page Count: 10 Available Formats: PDF PDF (DTRPG) – Pay What You Want [Suggested Price: $0.99] Down New England Town is a short modern-era scenario initially published in 1992, then revised in 1997 for Call of Cthulhu’s 6th edition and again in…

The Bottle Episode – A Miskatonic Repository Review [Call of Cthulhu]

The Bottle Episode Author: Benjamin Wenham Publisher: Chaosium [Miskatonic Repository] Page Count: 24 Available Format: PDF PDF (DTRPG) – $6.93 Joshua Abbott, a resident of Kingsport, MA, has mysteriously vanished from within his own home. His secret homosexual lover and boarder Samuel Stein is concerned for his partner’s well-being. Afraid to go to the police and…

Horror comes in Threes—Glimpses of Terror [Call of Cthulhu]

Glimpses of Terror: Volume I Author: Nikk Effingham Publisher: Miskatonic Repository Page Count: 270 Available Formats: PDF (DTRPG) – $14.97 Glimpses of Terror: Volume One is a collection of three standalone PDF scenarios for 7th edition Call of Cthulhu roleplaying; “The Cabinets,” “The Chantinting,” and “The Works of I.G. Payne” published through the Miskatonic Repository and bundled for…

Das Vedanya Comrade — Prisoners’ Dilemma [Call of Cthulhu]

Prisoners’ Dilemma Author: Aaron Sinner and Todd Walden Publisher: The Miskatonic Repository Page Count: 55 Available Formats: PDF PDF (DTRPG) – $5.99 In the unforgiving tundra and taiga of the Ural Mountains, a group of surveyors embarks on a dangerous journey to discover a  path through the mountain range. For two Soviet State Officers, it’s…

Run, Fool, Run! – A Review of The Curse of Dudleytown [Miskatonic Repository]

The Curse of Dudleytown Author: Andy Miller Publisher: Chaosium [Miskatonic Repository] Page Count: 70 Available Formats: PDF PDF (DTRPG) – $6.99 The Curse of Dudleytown is a Call of Cthulhu 7th edition scenario written by Andy Miller and takes investigators to Connecticut, just a few decades following the nation’s birth. In 1811, a small group…

The Herald Calls – A Review of Full Fathom Five [Miskatonic Repository]

Full Fathom Five Author: Paul Fricker Publisher: Chaosium [Miskatonic Repository] Page Count: 60 Available Formats: PDF PDF (DTRPG) – $6.99 Full Fathom Five is Paul Fricker’s newest Call of Cthulhu scenario and is published in partnership with Chaosium through the Miskatonic Repository. The scenario is set in the year of our Lord, 1847. Somewhere in the South…