Castle Bravo

Castle Bravo

Castle Bravo is a stand-alone Purist Trail of Cthulhu adventure set in the Atomic Age.

It’s March 1954. The Investigators are sailors and scientists deployed aboard the USS Bairoko to the South Pacific as part of Joint Task Force One to participate in a series of secret thermonuclear test shots in the Bikini atoll called Operation Castle. After the first detonation, the PCs will have more than just radiation to fear…

The author is Bill White, who wrote the excellent Ganakagok roleplaying game.

Read more about Castle Bravo on his blog.

Castle Bravo has now been published alongside The Big Hoodoo, The Black Drop and Not So Quiet in Out of Time, available now.

You can read Castle Bravo actual play here.

 

Stock #: PELGT12D Author: Bill White
Artist: Jerome Huguenin Format: 33 page PDF

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6 Responses to “Castle Bravo”

  1. Ben says:

    Brilliant. I’ve always thought post WWII/early Cold War would be a tremendous setting for a Cthulhu game.

    Love to find out what the US Government was really trying to get rid of when blowing up all those A-Bombs in the Nevada deserts… or the Bikini Islands…

  2. Alf Joakim Persson says:

    Sounds great!..
    But being a sucker for grafic artwork I miss the coverimage, on my computer atleast. Can some one fix that or is it only on my machine?

    ..Al thou I will proberbly by it any way ;)

  3. sectario says:

    I hope some day be translated into Spanish

  4. myrl.sortor@henrity.com says:

    Brilliant. I’ve always thought post WWII/early Cold War would be a tremendous setting for a Cthulhu game.

    Love to find out what the US Government was really trying to get rid of when blowing up all those A-Bombs in the Nevada deserts… or the Bikini Islands…

  5. WiseWolf says:

    Sectario, If you get the pdf version, you can easily translate it to Spanish with some free on-line tools.

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