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#21 "Saucer Attack 1928!, Engines Underground"

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#21 "Saucer Attack 1928!, Engines Underground"
Sub Category: RPG Magazines
Publish Year: 2013
Pages: 68
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.25"
Restockable: No
NKG part #: 2148438079
Mfg. part #: IPRPSICB7ARCUSP21
Type: Softcover

Description

The Unspeakable Oath 21 includes:

“The Dread Page of Azathoth,” an editor’s column by Shane Ivey.

“The Mock Auction,” a Tale of Terror by Adam Gauntlett.

“Saucer Attack 1928!: The Dunwich ‘Horror’,” a Mysterious Manuscript by Bret Kramer.

“Engines Underground,” a Mysterious Manuscript by Greg Stolze.

“Ein Konto der Hexeraserei im Lindheim,” a Mysterious Manuscript for Trail of Cthulhu by Adam Gauntlett.

“Das Teufelherz,” an Arcane Artifact for Trail of Cthulhu by Adam Gauntlett.

“Sukakpak,” a scenario by Jason Morningstar with conversion notes for Call of Cthulhu, Trail of Cthulhu, Cthulhu Dark, and Nemesis.

“Unaussprechlichen Klutzen,” a Fiasco playset by Graham Walmsley.

“The Man With a Thousand Faces,” a Call of Cthulhu scenario by Richard A. Becker.

“Tradecraft Meets Lovecraft,” a Delta Green Directive from A-Cell by Adam Scott Glancy.

“She Had Everything,” a Message in a Bottle by Brennan Bishop.

The Eye of Light and Darkness, with nine reviews:

  • At the Mountains of Madness, a graphic novel by I.N.J Culbard based on the H.P. Lovecraft novella, reviewed by Chase W. Beck.
  • Die Farbe, a film directed by Huan Vu based on the H.P. Lovecraft story, reviewed by Brian M. Sammons.
  • The Poisoner’s Handbook, a history by Deborah Blum, reviewed by Greg Stolze.
  • Zombies of the World, a field manual by Ross Payton, reviewed by Chase W. Beck.
  • Elder Sign, a boardgame from Fantasy Flight Games, reviewed by Matthew Pook.
  • Stunning Eldritch Tales, a Trail of Cthulhu scenario collection by Robin D. Laws, reviewed by Matthew Pook.
  • The Book of Cthulhu, an anthology from Night Shade Books, reviewed by Greg Stolze.
  • Historical Lovecraft, an anthology from Innsmouth Free Press, reviewed by Brian M. Sammons.
  • The Doom From Below, a Call of Cthulhu scenario by Stan!, reviewed by Matthew Pook.