The Adventures of the Bow Street Runners in their Struggle against the Minions of the Cthulhu Mythos
London, 1749: A city of vice, crime and misery. Gangs of ruffians rule the streets, unopposed. Brothels proliferate. Child-beggars starve in filthy gutters. Corrupt night-watchmen and thief-takers turn a blind eye to wrong-doing. And dark creatures lurk in back alleys, called from... [click here for more]
Guardians of Blasphemous Knowledge is a companion to Tomes of Blasphemous Knowledge. It contains two new Factions, six NPCs, two new spells, and two new creatures for your Clockwork & Cthulhu and Dark Streets campaigns. What will the Pnakotic Brotherhood and the Guardians of the Toad get up to in your Cthulhu Mythos Renaissance game? ... [click here for more]
Quick and easy rules for humorous ghost hunting!
Ghosties and ghouliesAnd long-legged beastiesAnd things that go bump in the night
When they started manifesting again, it was the big franchises that moved in first. Ghostbursters, with their slick marketing and sing-along tunes. G6S, with... [click here for more]
When a professor goes missing from a prestigious college, the Bow Street Runners are called to York to investigate. It soon becomes apparent that he's not the only person to have mysteriously vanished.
A stand-alone 18th century Cthulhu Mythos adventure for Dark Streets, The Case of the Missing Professor also forms part one of the forthcoming Terror of the Toad campaign.... [click here for more]
All new, fan-written material (with a seasonal flavour) for Cakebread & Walton’s role-playing games, including:
An adventure for OneDice Spies: Martinis and Masterminds
A double bill of cringeworthy classic OneDice B- Movies
A Christmas caper for the forthcoming OneDice Ghost Hunters
1970s moral dilemmas in a OneDice Spies: Cold War adventure
Supernatural adventure in Sydney for... [click here for more]
A brand new magazine, by the fans, for the fans, of Cakebread & Walton's role-playing games.
Issue #1 contains all new material for Abney Park's Airship Pirates, Pirates & Dragons, Dark Streets, OneDice WW1, and OneDice Universal.
What's more, it's FREE! ... [click here for more]