See Page XX: July 2011

After a break last month, See Page XX is back with a pre-GenCon feast of news and articles. As usual we have the monthly round-up of all things Pelgrane;  high praise and some fantastic handouts  from Darren Miguez. Will Hindmarch, co-author of the epic forthcoming Trail of Cthulhu campaign Eternal Lies, has written a Fiasco playsetwith Ken  using Bookhounds of London. Robin D Laws shows how you use investigative abilities to steer a scenario. Now in the biggest playtest we have ever done, we give you a second taster of Kenneth Hite’s new GUMSHOE game, Night’s Black Agents. Finally, don’t forget to scroll down for the Owl Hoot Trail poll.

Articles

Out Now

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  • Out of Time: a print collection four of our finest Trail of Cthulhu adventures, with essays by the authors
  • Dead Rock Seven: A collection of linked adventures for the forthcoming Ashen Stars

Page XX Competition Poll

No Page XX would be complete without a competition or poll. So now we have both. Following on from our Name That Orc competition, Clinton has selected four choices which will go to the public vote. Here is the handsome rogue we asked you to name –

Name that Orc Finalists! Which name is most befitting of our outlaw Orc?

  • Calaboose Twigg (39%, 58 Votes)
  • Hog Brocius (27%, 40 Votes)
  • Deadeye McGonnagal (22%, 33 Votes)
  • Fear-The-Lord Urgluk (12%, 16 Votes)

Total Voters: 147

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4 Responses to “See Page XX: July 2011”

  1. Jan says:

    Calaboose Twigg

  2. Jay Dugger says:

    Your poll requires linguistic ability beyond that of the subject species. I made an extensive study of the Orcish language, such as it is. I state with great certainty that Orcs lack names, as their language contains only verbs in the present tense, and only two verbs at that: one for war-cries, and a second for death-cries.

    The simplicity of the language permits the construction of a glossary as an excise left for the reader.

  3. Simon Washbourne says:

    When does the comp end? Not that there’s any reason to ask…

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