One For the Money

Spine-Tingling Washington, D.C. Mythos Noir from the Casefiles of Langston Wright

You are Langston Wright: a scholarly WW2 veteran, fighting for room to breathe in wartime Washington under the shadow of the Jim Crow laws. Equipped with your smarts, your test tubes, and your determination to help people, your job is to scour the streets of the District and fix its toughest problems.

Rhino Jones is one tough cookie, and he makes it impossible to turn down his demand to find out who stole from him and killed his crew. This leads Langston into a blurred otherworld of corrupt businessmen and Nazi spies, and the deadly weapon prototype that they’re all trying to get hold of.

“One For the Money” is the third adventure for Cthulhu Confidential™. This one-GM, one-player RPG drops your hero into a noir nightscape where, beneath the merely human corruption, an eternal evil lurks: the malign, cosmic indifference of HP Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos!

 

 

 

Stock #: PELGOC04D Author: Chris Spivey
Artist: Christian Knutsson Type: 47-page PDF

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4 Responses to “One For the Money”

  1. Allan says:

    Hi,
    On the Google+ site, I mentioned an alternative presentation option for pdf printing. Which is to have the document divided up as one page per scene, or a front and back of one page, you get the idea. As page flipping is annoying and this way we might be easier. With a line showing leads In and leads Out.
    Thanks

    • Cat Tobin says:

      Hey Allan, thanks for the feedback. As the scene lengths are inconsistent, breaking them up in that way would add anything up to a half page of blank space per scene, meaning that a 40-page PDF could end up being anywhere from 50-60 pages in print. Our preference is for our PDFs to look good and print out in as few pages as possible, so I don’t think that would work for us.

      The Google+ group is a fan community, so – while we try to keep up with the conversation there – we sometimes miss what’s going on. Reaching out to us on our official channels is always a more reliable way of getting in touch with us.

      • Allan says:

        Thanks for replying.
        I was thinking more as a second file that comes with the normal layout. Drivethru often has multiple files for the same product, like a printer friendly version or black and white.

        • Cat Tobin says:

          We’re looking into the costs of printer-friendly versions at the moment. If we do them, they’ll be formatted the same way as the PDF, without the background and images.

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