102nd out of 111 books — 57 voters
Secrets Of New York: A Mythos Guide to the City That Never Sleeps for Call of Cthulhu (Call of Cthulhu Roleplaying Game)
by William Jones (Goodreads Author)
CALL OF CTHULHU ROLEPLAYING] SECRETS OF NEW YORK is a compendium of one of the oldest and most popular cities in the new world, and is a supplement for the "Call of Cthulhu" roleplaying game. This volume explores the strange events above and below the streets and avenues that crisscross the world's financial capital during the 1920's. With a plethora of characters to bring...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published June 30th 2005 by Chaosium
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It's a good source of information for running games in NYC. Contains many typographical, historical and geographical errors. The two supplied adventures are pretty lame and unoriginal, I would have like more descriptions of buildings to replace those adventures starring the writer's own favorite creations: Professor Rudolph Pearson, and immortal bad-guy/geneticist Ambrose Mogens and his Half Moon cult...
William Jones has received Bram Stoker Award nominations, International Horror Guild Award and Origins Award nominations for his works. He is the editor of several anthologies, including The Anthology of Dark Wisdom: The Best of Dark Fiction, Frontier Cthulhu: Ancient Horrors in the New World, High Seas Cthulhu, and the Horrors Beyond Series. His book, The Strange Cases of Rudolph Pearson was sele...moreMore about William Jones...