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Shadows Over Scotland (Cthulhu Britannica, #3)

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Hardcover, 288 pages
Published August 2011 by Cubicle 7 Entertainment
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Jean-francois Boivin
This is a great sourcebook, covering all of Scotland's history and its state of affairs in the 1920's. It includes an impressive amount of research done, very well organised (chapters cover the Lowlands, the Highlands, and the Islands), great descriptions of locations, very interesting NPC's for each. This is what a Cthulhu sourcebook should be.

And then, the second half of the book has 6 adventures. I was surprised that they are all good! "Death and Horror Incorporated" has the players deal with
Quite good but a missed opportunity in some ways. Why there is not some guidelines to build a Scottish Character is beyond me... And a list with "costs, equipment and services" would be nice to have...
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Stuart is the author of the ENnie and Origins award-winning 'Shadows Over Scotland' (2011), a sourcebook for Scotland and Scottish adventures for the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game, and more recently 'Cthulhu Britannica: Folklore' (2012). His short story 'A Rending Crack of Thunder' was published in the dark fantasy collection 'Dark Harvest: Tales of Promethea' (2012). He is currently working o ...more
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