Una recopilación de siete escenarios para la Llamada de Cthulhu ambientados en la década de los 50 del Siglo XX.
NEVER BEFORE had the world faced a threat as potentially devastating as the A-bomb—and the even more lethal H-bomb that followed. Educational films showed how to “survive” a nuclear blast by crawling under a desk, as if a few inches of wood made any difference. In movie theaters, classic monsters of the ‘30s and ’40s were replaced by atom-spawned horrors. Unseen enemies were everywhere: from devilish rock-and-roll music to morally-corrupt books such as Lolita and Catcher in the Rye. Comic-books corrupted the minds of our youths, and godless Communists constituted a red menace to be stopped using any means necessary.
ATOMIC-AGE CTHULHU brings Lovecraftian horror roleplaying into the post-war golden age. Here you find background and history that led to the development of the 1950s world, along with new skills and professions for your investigators. A number of Sinister Seeds are included to help you grow your own ‘50s horrors, but seven complete adventures are ready for you to spring on your unsuspecting players.
|0||Introduction (to "Atomic-Age Cthulhu")||Brian Sammons||—|
|1||This Village Was Made for Us||Christopher Smith Adair||—|
|2||TV Casualties||Matt Sanborn||—|
|3||The Return of Old Reliable||Óscar Ríos||—|
|4||Forgotten Wars||Brian Sammons||—|
|5||High Octane||Tom Lynch||—|
|6||L.A. Diabolical||Brian Courtemanche||—|
|7||Destroying Paradise, Hawaiian Style||Michael Dziesinski||—|
|8||1950s Sinister Seeds||Christopher Smith Adair, Brian Courtemanche, Tom Lynch, Brian Sammons, Matt Sanborn||—|
|9||1950s Sourcebook||Matt Sanborn||—|