DriveThruRPG Review – The Room with No Doors

A haunted house investigation for the Call of Cthulhu TTRPG.

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Designed by: M.T. Black

The Room with No Doors is a mini-adventure designed for the Call of Cthulhu RPG, which focuses much more on investigation and horror than the usual D&D adventures I review. The horror adventure draws inspiration from classic horror films such as Poltergeist and The Shining, and could serve as a solid introductory adventure or one-shot.

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Roll20 Review – Call of Cthulhu Keeper Rulebook

The seventh edition of Call of Cthulhu on Roll20 includes the full rulebook, two modules, and a token art pack.

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My knowledge of the Cthulhu Mythos reaches about as far as the average clueless investigator or journalist at the beginning of a Lovecraft story. What little experience I have is derided from tabletop games such as Elder Sign and Mansions of Madness., though I did recently interview the original creator of the Call of Cthulhu tabletop RPG, Sandy Petersen, in a feature article for Dicebreaker [shameless plug].

The seventh edition of Call of Cthulhu has arrived on Roll20, with the official integration of the 7e Keeper Rulebook into the compendium, along with several modules. The bundle should offer everything you need to get started on hunting Great Old Ones, though the RPG’s emphasis on horror, role-playing, and investigation doesn’t necessarily translate well to a virtual tabletop.

MAJOR SPOILERS – DM’s only!

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