If you’re a fan of Horror on the Orient Express (Chaosium) or just dangerously curious, here’s a collection of related items gathered together by Penelope Love and Mark Morrison – who are, rather excitingly – editing and rewriting a new version of HotOE due for a relaunch this year.
We’re looking here at more brave, insane or intrepid individuals who have lovingly recorded their experience of running or playing Horror on the Orient Express.
Clicking any of the links below will reveal spoilers.
Bret Kramer’s blog post Memories of the Orient Express on his blog, Tomes in Progress, is indeed just that. He reminiscences about running the campaign through a nostalgic haze of 20-odd years, and casts a dispassionate eye over the foibles of players, Keepers and writers alike. He also has a ton of other Keeper aids and hand-outs, and is one of the movers behind the long awaited Masks of Nyarlothoptep Companion.
Call of of Cthulhu, or Constantinople or Bust is an endearing diary version of one gang’s train journey, told in diary format by the different characters and complete with appropriately movie star photographs of the cast. I particularly like a photograph they unearthed for…
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