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The Unspeakable Oath 24 + complimentary PDF

The Unspeakable Oath 24 + complimentary PDF

Arc Dream

  • £7.99

This book comes with a free PDF version courtesy of the publisher in conjunction with the "Bits 'n' Mortar" scheme. A link from which the PDF can be downloaded will be emailed to the address you enter at the checkout once we have confirmed payment, which will normally be within 2 working days* of receipt of orders for products that are currently in stock. (*not including Sundays or UK national holidays)

The Unspeakable Oath issue 24 presents tons of new resources for Call of Cthulhu and Delta Green.

TUO 24 includes:

The Dread Page of Azathoth, an editor's column by Shane Ivey
The Eye of Light and Darkness, with reviews by Scott Carter (�Welcome to Night Vale�), Bobby Derie (�Astonishing Swordsmen & Sorcerers of Hyperborea,� �No Security�), Shane Ivey (�True Detective�), John Marron (�tremulus�), Matthew Pook (�Masks of Nyarlathotep� and �Where's My Shoggoth?�), and Brian Sammons (�Southern Gods� and �That Which Should Not Be�)
The Black-Eyed Children, a Tale of Terror by Scott Carter
The Hidden Passage, a Tale of Terror by Ben Riggs
The Mardler House, a modern-day scenario by Greg Stolze about a deeply haunted house
Agent Purple's Green Box Blues, a Delta Green shotgun scenario by James Haughton
Holding Cell, a Delta Green shotgun scenario by Bret Kramer
Secret Shopper, a Delta Green shotgun scenario by Ed Possing
The Cult of A, Bret Kramer's examination of a disturbing modern-day cult preying mainly on young women
The Chosen of Eihort, a new monster by Brian Sammons
Smuggling, a Tale of Terror by Chad Bowser
The World Needs Bad Men, a Directive from A-Cell by Adam Scott Glancy
Fragments of the Simeon Bible, a Mysterious Manuscript by Ben Riggs
Notes, TXTs, and a Two-Inch Article, a Message in a Bottle by Ben Riggs

The Unspeakable Oath 24 is edited by Shane Ivey, Daniel Harms, and John Scott Tynes, and illustrated by Ian Anastas, Matthew Hansen, and Steffon Worthington, with cover art by Todd Shearer.

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