1922 Arkham, Massachusetts, A Letter from Herbert West, Professor at Miskatonic University
It has always been rumored that there are tunnels running under the campus of Miskatonic University. Long have students and faculty alike speculated about the strange possibility that these tunnels exist--and yet no one has ever proven their existence. Many have speculated that the tunnels were originally built for use by the faculty more easily and quickly move about campus, but I hardly believe that to be true. Others think it is a remnant from the Civil War--something the south Again, I disagree. Further, students have whispered about a far more sinister origin for the tunnels.
This is the theory I agree with. My research and investigation into the case brings me to the conclusion that the tunnels were made like a labyrinth--something once used by a cult to summon and harness unimaginable horrors from another world. Now, it acts as a prison for those secrets. That is why I need you. I have found an old and incomplete blueprint which reveals the entrance to the tunnels.
That’s where you come in. I want you to go down and investigate, find clues to what happened there, and map out the tunnels for me.
Hello again print and play game fans!
Today I am excited to announce the newest iteration of the "One Page" game line: One Page Cthulhu. Many of you have requested this, so here it is! A simple and easy 1920s horror role-playing-game you can play with a single sheet of paper. Perfect for a plane ride, hotel room, or anywhere else. You can even compete with your friends to see who can get the most clues and solve the mystery of Miskatonic University.
Based on the same system as One Page Dungeon, One Page Cthulhu takes your solo roleplaying to the streets and locations of Arkham--such as Miskatonic University. This version of the system introduces sanity rules, investigation, and Lore Points. Additionally, it offers a new and frightening way to level up your character.
As always, you can pick up this new game for FREE for a limited time from DriveThru RPG. Any donations are much appreciated and go toward me being able to make more games in the future.