Wednesday, April 17, 2013
CoC - The Unspeakable Oath 14/15
I have not had a chance to use anything from the few issues (I know I have two but maybe a third hidden away somewhere) of The Unspeakable Oath that I own. I have been impressed with what I have read and I know that anything from Pagan is gold when it comes to Call of Cthulhu. In some cases that is almost literally price wise. The magazine has a great mix of content inside it and this issue alone contains six adventures.They are not cheap and I really wish there was a compilation of all the issues that would be put out someday. I would even buy the issues if they printed them as they were originally released. Below is the content for this issue:
1 The Dread Page of Azathoth
6 From Beyond: Losing Sanity
8 Mysterious Manuscripts: The Lord of the Yellow Sign
9 Tales of Terror: Dead ... and Buried?
10 Tales of Terror: Oily Grave
12 From Beyond: Racism in Lovecraft and Call of Cthulhu
14 Charles Fort
16 Mysterious Manuscripts:Charles Fort's X and Y
19 The Glove Cleaners
22 The Hand of Y'golonac
24 The Knights Templar
43 What You Should Know about the Tommy Gun
49 Fuel of the Gods
62 Unhealthy Occupation
76 Call of Duty
98 Mysterious Manuscripts:Von denen Verdammten
101 Mysterious Manuscripts:The Brick Cylinders of Kadatheron
103 Tales of Terror: The Willowdales
128 Message in a Bottle
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