Kafka at RPGNet has given Adam Gauntlett’s Sisters of Sorrow 10/10. You can read the full review here.

The grouping of the imagery of life aboard the U-Boat, is counteract the quixotic, almost valiant accepted wisdom that many of us have about submarine warfare thus producing an excellent adventure that incorporates the horror war with the supernatural horrors of Lovecraft. All things considered a decidedly pleasurable and admirable mood piece for a simple one-off adventure sure to bring pleasure to players and Keepers alike.

June brings new playtesting opportunities. Owl Hoot Trail by Clinton R. Nixon and Kevin Kulp, and Sisters of Sorrow, a new Trail of Cthulhu adventure from Adam Gauntlett.

  • Each playtest has its own email link. Please click the link to send the email.
  • You can playtest mulitple games, as long as you can make the deadlines. Send one email for each playtest.
  • Please ensure you have a group and first date lined up before you email.

Owl Hoot Trail

System: New

Number of Sessions: 2

Last Delivery Date: 20th July

Short Description: Clinton R Nixon’s game of fantasy meets the Old West with a neat, rules-light system. It’s easy to play and to play test. There is an adventure included with the playtest.

Please email if you want to participate.

Sisters of Sorrow

System: Trail of Cthulhu

Number of Sessions: 2

Last Delivery Date: 13th July

Short Description: The crew of UC-12 encounter an abandoned German vessel, and soon afterward the boat is infested with the same strange plant that apparently killed the other ship’s crew.

Please email if you want to participate.