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by Catsmate
Tue May 17, 2016 12:24 pm
Forum: Cthulhu Britannica General Discussion
Topic: BBC SOS
Replies: 0
Views: 365

BBC SOS

Reposted from the DWAITAS forum as it's probably more relevant for Cthulhu Britannica and other Pulp games. "Will Doctor Gandalf Grey, believed to be travelling near Inverness, please contact Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge where his uncle is dangerously ill". Sitting at a pub table musing about...
by Catsmate
Wed Feb 10, 2016 1:42 pm
Forum: Cthulhu Britannica General Discussion
Topic: The Zebrina Mystery
Replies: 0
Views: 360

The Zebrina Mystery

This quickie was originally written for AITAS ( http://dwaitas.proboards.com/thread/3218/scenario-seed-zebrina-mystery ) but could fit into Call of Cthulhu (any flavour), historical Laundry or any Pulp era game. On 17 October 1917 the schooner Zebrina was found drifting off Rozel Point, near Cherbou...
by Catsmate
Mon Jul 13, 2015 12:29 pm
Forum: World War Cthulhu: The Darkest Hour
Topic: The SOE Handbook - Available to Preorder Now
Replies: 19
Views: 2494

Re: The SOE Handbook - Available to Preorder Now

Is this the right place for feedback? The cover art labels southern Ireland as the "Rep. of Ireland" which is anachronistic; the republic wasn't declared until 1948. During WW2 the country would be correctly labelled "Éire".
by Catsmate
Fri May 22, 2015 1:41 pm
Forum: Cthulhu Britannica General Discussion
Topic: Whatever happened to Sir Robert?
Replies: 0
Views: 635

Whatever happened to Sir Robert?

This is a partial re-post of something I'd originally posted over at the DWAITAS forum which might be of interest to CoC/CB players. In 1935 a 38 year old RAF Wing Commander, Robert Victor Goddard (usually Victor and he wasn't Knighted until 1946, but 'Sir Robert' sounded better) was solo piloting ...
by Catsmate
Wed May 20, 2015 2:40 pm
Forum: Cthulhu Britannica General Discussion
Topic: The Strangest Shop in London
Replies: 0
Views: 472

The Strangest Shop in London

[It was] perhaps the strangest shop in London. The shop sign over the door is a weather-worn Ka-figure from an Egyptian tomb, now split and worn by the winds of nearly forty winters. The windows are full of an astonishing jumble of objects. Every historic period rubs shoulders in them. Ancient Egyp...