The Eye of Light and Darkness

The Unspeakable Oath, our magazine of Cthulhu Mythos gaming, runs reviews of games, books, films and anything else of particular interest to Cthulhu gamers. Here’s a collection. More will go online soon.

Reviewed items are rated on a scale of one to ten phobias:

1-3: Not worth purchasing.
4-6: An average item with notable flaws; at 6 it’s worth buying.
7-10: Degrees of excellence.

From The Unspeakable Oath 3

Cthulhu by Gaslight, Dark Designs, and Return to Dunwich
Reviewed by Les Deans and John Tynes. 8, 3, and 7 phobias, respectively.

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Horror on the Orient Express and Kingsport, City In the Mists
Reviewed by John Tynes. 5 and 6 phobias, respectively.

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ELD-Trail-of-Cthulhu-232x300Trail of Cthulhu
Reviewed by Matthew Pook. 10 phobias.

The Day After Ragnarok
Reviewed by Matthew Pook. 9 phobias.

Black Wings: New Tales of Lovecraftian Horror
Reviewed by Brian M. Sammons. 9 phobias.

The Dying of St. Margaret’s
Reviewed by Matthew Pook. 8 phobias.

New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley
Reviewed by Matthew Pook. 8 phobias.

Colour from the Dark
Reviewed by Brian M. Sammons. 7 phobias.

The Primal State
Reviewed by Matthew Pook. 7 phobias.

Cthulhu 101
Reviewed by Matthew Pook. 6 phobias.

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HP-Lovecraft-Literary-270x300The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast
Reviewed by Brian M. Sammons. 10 phobias.

Lovecraftian Tales from the Table
Reviewed by Matthew Pook. 9 phobias.

Cthulhu Saves the World
Reviewed by Brian M. Sammons. 8 phobias.

The Freeport Trilogy: Five Year Anniversary Edition
Reviewed by Matthew Pook. 7 phobias.