This is a wiki and a history of our ongoing Call of Cthulhu campaign. It currently contains character pages and scenario logs for many of the scenarios we have played in our interlinked, multi-location campaign.

Modern Call of Cthulhu Scenarios:

In the modern timeline, Muscoby (UK) and the wreck of the Groenland Tropisch (North Atlantic) have been explored.

Scenarios published by Chaosium: “The Derelict”, and “Scritch Scratch”.

Classic Era (1918-1939) Call of Cthulhu Scenarios:

Locations visited in the main 1920s/1930s timeline include: Arkham (MA), Arnoldsburg (MI), Beacon Island (MA), Berlin (Germany), Boston (MA), Danvers (MA), Dunwich (MA), Havana (Cuba), Krasivyi Oktabyr-3 (USSR), Machine Tractor Station Kharkov-37 (USSR), New Orleans (LA), Orchard Run (MA), Squatters Lake (MA), and Ross’ Corners (MA).

Adventure logs and posted characters primarily cover scenarios published by Chaosium. These include: “The Haunting”, “Edge of Darkness”, “Paper Chase”, “Servants of the Lake”, “Dead Light”, “Missed Dues”, “Genius Loci”, “Ties That Bind”, “None More Black”, “Crimson Letters”, “Blackwater Creek”, “Mister Corbitt”, “Cold Harvest”, “Lightless Beacon”, and “The Devil Eats Flies”.

Additional scenarios published by Golden Goblin Press were run, including: “Tell Me, Have You Seen The Yellow Sign?”, “Bloodlines”, and “Servant of God”.

Further scenarios include “The Reeling Midnight” and “Spirit of Industry”, published by Stygian Fox Publishing.

Repository scenarios run include “Machine Tractor Station Kharkov-37”.

Cthulhu By Gaslight

[Not Yet Played]

Cthulhu Dark Ages

The Dark Ages heroes reside in the burh of Totburh, and have thus far explored but a small part of the Severn valley.

All scenarios played were published by Chaosium. Scenarios include: “The Hunt”, and “The Doom the Came to Wessex”.

Cthulhu Invictus

[Not Yet Played]

Spoilers relating to all these scenarios can be found in both the character wikis and the adventure logs. Proceed at your own peril if you plan to play any of those scenarios in the future.

Questions and comments are welcome.