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Hudson & Brand for Call of Cthulhu – kickstarter

Hudson & Brand for Call of Cthulhu – kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/stephaniemcalea/hudson-and-brand-inquiry-agents-of-the-obscure Hudson & Brand is a sourcebook for Cthulhu by Gaslight and details a ready-made anti-Cthulhu Mythos Victorian organisation. Hudson & Brand: Inquiry Agents of the Obscure is the first in our ‘Safe House’ series where players of the Call of …

New to the VAE Library: The Golden Dawn

We’ve finally gotten a hold of a rare Call of Cthulhu supplement for the Victorian Adventure Enthusiast Library: The Golden Dawn. A Sourcebook of Victorian Occult Intrigue for Call of Cthulhu. The darkness drops again but now I know That twenty centuries of stony sleep Were vexed to nightmare by …

Go Victorian with Doctor Who

Go Victorian with Doctor Who~ Cubicle 7 announced a new book for their Doctor Who RPG, Paternoster Investigations: http://shop.cubicle7store.com/Doctor-Who-Paternoster-Investigations PRE-ORDER – PDF AVAILABLE NOW, PRINT ANTICIPATED LATE 2016/EARLY 2017 That Babylon of the moderns with its crystal light and its glitter. All aswarm with the wretched ruins of humanity. Men and …

Vintage Tomorrows~ out July 19th

Vintage Tomorrows~ out July 19th https://www.facebook.com/VintageTomorrows/ “VINTAGE TOMORROWS is a documentary film examining the steampunk movement’s explosive growth, origins, and cultural significance. It explores the fundamental questions: What is steampunk, and why does it seem to be suddenly everywhere? Beyond that, what can we learn about today and tomorrow from …

Victorian burlesque dancers on the Vintage News

Victorian burlesque dancers on the Vintage News https://m.thevintagenews.com/2016/06/14/priority-victorian-burlesque-dancers-flamboyant-elaborate-costumes-1890/ Victorian burlesque, sometimes known as “travesty” or “extravaganza”, was popular in London theatres between the 1830s and the 1890s. It took the form of musical theatre parody in which a well-known opera, play or ballet was adapted into a broad comic play, …

A Victorian Thief, a Gunslinger, a Samurai, and an Elderly Pirate walk into an Adventure…

A Victorian Thief, a Gunslinger, a Samurai, and an Elderly Pirate walk into an Adventure… Mr Prokopetz, over on tumblr, has reached an interesting conclusion: “Consider: Victorian England: 1837-1901 American Old West: 1803-1912 Meiji Restoration: 1868-1912 French privateering in the Gulf of Mexico: ended circa 1830 Conclusion: an adventuring party …

The Other Side blog: A Red & Pleasant Land + Victorian Games

The Other Side blog: A Red & Pleasant Land + Victorian Games Our good friend, Mr Brannan over at The Other Side blog, has some thoughts on matching Zak S’s A Red & Pleasant Land with a more Victorian style RPG. Check it out here: http://theotherside.timsbrannan.com/2015/04/pwwo-red-pleasant-land-victorian-games.html   Plays Well with …

Now watching: The Mystery of Edwin Drood

Now watching: The Mystery of Edwin Drood – England – 2012 – Diarmuid Lawrence http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mystery_of_Edwin_Drood_%282012_film%29 “The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a 2012 British television adaptation of the unfinished novel by Charles Dickens, adapted with a new ending by Gwyneth Hughes, produced by Lisa Osborne, and directed by Diarmuid Lawrence.” …

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