Pookie over at Reviews from R’lyeh has posted a review of Adam Gauntlett’s (Not So Quiet, Hell Fire) newest Trail offering, Flying Coffins. You can read the full review here.

Overall, Flying Coffins is a very different one-shot, one that captures both the uncaring nature of the Mythos and the uncaring nature of early aerial warfare.


Kakfa over at RPGNet has reviewed Adam Gauntlett’s latest Trail of Cthulhu adventure, Flying Coffins. You can read the full review here.

…it has excellent aerial rules and if your Trail of Cthulhu campaign is going to have action in World War One – then this should be a must buy

It is early winter, 1918. The protagonists are RFC pilots stationed near the Front, and rumour has it the next big push is about to begin. The squadron’s being worked to death, and its champion ace is on the verge of cracking up. Meanwhile the new Hun Circus is racking up kill after kill – but is it the enemy or something else that’s to blame?

Flying Coffins is the newest adventure from Not So Quiet and Hell Fire author, Adam Gauntlett.

Status: Artwork pending, April release.