The Unspeakable Oath: Issue 22


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The Unspeakable Oath 22 is edited by Adam Crossingham, Dan Harms, Shane Ivey, Greg Stolze and John Scott Tynes. Shane Ivey is Editor-in-chief.

The cover is by Matt Hansen, with interior illustrations by Vicente Silvera Catala, Robert Mansperger Jr, and Bradley McDevitt.

It includes:

-The Dread Page of Azathoth
This issue’s foreword by editor-in-chief Shane Ivey – featuring ‘In Memorium – Lynn Willis’.

-The Eye of Light and Darkness
Reviews of games, books and movies that are of special interest to Cthulhu Mythos gamers.

The Book of Smoke, reviewed by Chase Beck
The Tatters of the King, reviewed by Matthew Pook
Pickman’s Muse, reviewed by Brian M Sammons
The Whisperer in the Darkness , reviewed by Brian M Sammons
Live at the Gilman House, reviewed by Brian M Sammons
The Dance in the Blood, reviewed by Matthew Pook
Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land, reviewed by Matthew Pook
Blood! The RPG of Modern Horror, reviewed by Matthew Pook
Building an Elder God: A Game of Lovecraftian Construction, reviewed by Matthew Pook

-Mysterious Manuscripts
The Saffron Book, by Bobbie Derie
Atlas of Arkham 1911 (Annotate), by Bobby Derie

-Arcane Artifact
Malyutin’s Nightmare Matryoshkas, by Daniel R Robichaud

-Tale of Terror
The Found Phone, by Greg Stolze
St. Michael’s Gate, by Adam Gauntlett
Bargain Hunting, by Adam Gauntlett
The Smedley House, by Ben Riggs

China Dolls: Children of Madan Yi) by Jo Kriel
Starting Your Call of Cthulhu Campaign by Daniel Harms

-Feature Scenarios
Die High (for CoC, Cthulhu Dark or Trail of Cthulhu), by Greg Stolze
Remember, Remember (1930s Trail of Cthulhu), by Adam Gauntlett

-Message in a Bottle (Fiction)
The Thing In the Box, by Ross Payton

-Directives from A-Cell
Directive 109: Alphonse’s Axioms for Agents, by Adam Scott Glancy


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