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EN World Review – Age of Cthulhu #8 by Goodman Games

Editor-in-Chief | June 27, 2014

Happy Friday, Fellow Gamers and Gentle Readers!!!
The month of June is finally coming to an end.  And although that means that summer is passing by far too swiftly, it’s also bringing us all that much closer to GENCON 2014!  So it’s somewhat of a mixed blessing, to be sure!
I hope you all have some great [...]

EN World Review – Achtung! Cthulhu: Keeper’s Guide by Modiphius Entertainment

Editor-in-Chief | February 27, 2014

Happy Thursday to you, Gentle Readers and Fellow Gamers!
So despite February coming to a close, we are still not getting a break from Winter just yet.  Last week’s thaw was just Mother Nature having a go at us with a nasty prank, and arctic cold has descended upon us yet again.
This is the kind of [...]

Peeking into the Abyss: Lovecraftian Adventures in 4e

Editor-in-Chief | November 12, 2009

“And if you gaze long enough into the abyss, the abyss will gaze back at you.”  ~ Nietzsche, “Beyond Good and Evil”
“Not just pretty words.”  ~ Morticia Adams, “The Adams Family”
Last week I reviewed two great supplements with very Lovecraftian themes – Critter Cache 6: Lovecraftian Bestiary and the Book of Distant Stars.  As I [...]

Friday’s 4e Freebie: Book of Distant Stars by Mesh Hong

Editor-in-Chief | November 6, 2009

Tentacles, Part Deux!
Since we started the week’s blogs with a Review of Critter Chache 6: Lovecraftian Bestiary, it seems only fitting that Friday’s 4e Freebie should be another compendium of alien monstrosities.  The Book of Distant Stars is a monster manual containing 64 aberrant creatures that hail from the Far Realms. 
As per the article in [...]

Review of Creature Cache: Lovecraftian Bestiary

Editor-in-Chief | November 4, 2009

“That is not dead which can eternal lie…” ~ H.P. Lovecraft
It’s hard not to remember the first time you meet up with the author, H.P. Lovecraft.
There is a reason it’s hard not to remember – because whether you read one of his own works, or read a “Mythos” tale penned by some other author, you [...]