Bookhounds of London web material

edited June 2012 in Trail of Cthulhu
I'm reading the excellent Bookhounds of London and in this tome is made mention of several resources that were supposed to be available from the Pelgrane website, such as a downloadable map of London and some reference sheets.

I've not been able to find these in the ToC section of the website. Are these not yet available and if so is there any news on them?

MW

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  • They should be available from your order download page.
  • edited July 2012
    Karloff (a poster at yog-sothoth.com) has been writing some fantastic stuff in his blog Ephemera that would benefit any Bookhounds campaign.
  • I've been working on a full-sized map of 1930's London for some time now.
    http://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=5533932926431370643#editor/target=post;postID=3383811877606792134
    that map has some proportion problems which have since been fixed.

    I like to think of it as the ultimate player handout. You know that part in the movie where the investigators start marking murder locations on a map, only to have it create an entirely unforeseen pattern which lets them know where the next murder will take place.

    I'd like to create that experience for my players. The best way I know of doing so, is by creating a huge map of 1930's London.

    I'm slowly incorporating locations from "The Book of the Smoke" in my free time.

    I've made a google map of all of them.
    https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=214228727498269781970.0004b89d860d5d8c795a3&msa=0&ll=51.508716,-0.132823&spn=0.014771,0.035448

    Also, once I have the BotS map completed, it will facilitate the incorporation of megapolisomancy into my games.
  • Posted By: martijnwI'm reading the excellent Bookhounds of London and in this tome is made mention of several resources that were supposed to be available from the Pelgrane website, such as a downloadable map of London and some reference sheets.

    I've not been able to find these in the ToC section of the website. Are these not yet available and if so is there any news on them?

    MW
    Sorry - this is wrong. All the resources are elements included in your order link. If you didn't order direct from Pelgrane Press, contact me with proof of purchase, and I'll set you up.
  • Posted By: JoeViturboI've been working on a full-sized map of 1930's London for some time now.
    http://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=5533932926431370643#editor/target=post;postID=3383811877606792134
    that map has some proportion problems which have since been fixed.

    I like to think of it as the ultimate player handout. You know that part in the movie where the investigators start marking murder locations on a map, only to have it create an entirely unforeseen pattern which lets them know where the next murder will take place.

    I'd like to create that experience for my players. The best way I know of doing so, is by creating a huge map of 1930's London.

    I'm slowly incorporating locations from "The Book of the Smoke" in my free time.

    I've made a google map of all of them.
    https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=214228727498269781970.0004b89d860d5d8c795a3&msa=0&ll=51.508716,-0.132823&spn=0.014771,0.035448

    Also, once I have the BotS map completed, it will facilitate the incorporation of megapolisomancy into my games.
    Hi, your first link requires permission.
  • edited March 2013

    Posted By: Simon

    All the resources are elements included in your order link. If you didn't order direct from Pelgrane Press, contact me with proof of purchase, and I'll set you up.
    Hi Simon, does this also apply to the Bookhounds of London Pre-order… product? I only have the low-res and high-res version files available on my order.
  • edited March 2013
    You say it! I very much agree with your point of view!I hope to be able to see your published posts.






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  • The missing resources were Rumours of London, which are available here.
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