If you are playing a game of Call of Cthulhu set in the Sengoku Period of feudal Japan, what is more iconic than the weapons available to the samurai?
You may already have purchased ‘Samurai’ from the Miskatonic Repository or you may have your own game running which could benefit from something beyond the usual sword or spear. I am pleased to present you with a collection of weapons... [click here for more]
After his defeat at the hand of Oda Nobunaga, the great Daimyo Azai Nagamasa commits seppuku. The only hope for what is left of his retinue is a secret alliance with the Takeda clan, the only one strong enough to oppose Nobunaga. However, Takeda Shingen demands a hostage to guarantee the loyalty of Nagamasa’s former retainers. The hostage must reach the Shinano province without Nobunaga being... [click here for more]
Samurai, being several occupations and monsters adapted to the Sengoku Period of Japan, for Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition
If you want somewhere different to set your Cthulhu games, what about ancient Japan?
Play as a samurai, a bushi, a ronin, geisha, shinto priest or a buddhist monk. Save the heimin ("peasant") villages or your diamyo ("lord") from the predations of a new list of horrors. Drive... [click here for more]
If you are setting your Call of Cthulhu games in the Sengoku Jidai, the "Age of Warring States"; c. 1467 – c. 1603 in Japan, then perhaps some more monsters and a few notes on the available firearms of the period will help you?
I hope that the details presented here add to your games and perhaps even whet your appetite for reading up a little more about the period. It ran for a long time for... [click here for more]
This is a short scenario, purist but quite clichés.
In October 1960, the investigators were ordered to climb Namcha Barwa, a peak in Tibet at 7782 metres above sea level.
The author has not read much about climbing, so please point out anything that does not correspond to reality. Also This scenario considerably simplifies the climbing-related sections.
1960 年 10 月，调查员奉命攀登位于西藏，海拔... [click here for more]