I've posted a bunch of free stuff on my web site at https://graemedavis.wordpress.com/freebies/
My hope is that people will also visit the "My Books" page while they are there (https://graemedavis.wordpress.com/my-books/
), and hopefully succumb to the temptation to buy something that earns me royalties.
What has this to do with Trail of Cthulhu, you ask? Well, among the
freebies are a couple of previously unpublished adventure outlines I
wrote in the 80s for "Green and Pleasant Land." I wrote them in a batch
that included "Death in the Post" from GraPL, the outline of "The Worm
Stones" from Fantasy Chronicles #5
, and "Trilogy of Terror" from White
Dwarf 97. Somehow these two were missed, and I just found them on a very
old and dusty disk. They are very rules-light, and I imagine they would be easy to convert to ToC.
"The Black Dog" draws on the same folkloric well as Conan Doyle's "The Hound of the Baskervilles" and is best kept in Britain, although the basic idea would work in Lovecraft's New England if the setting were changed to, say, an old house full of antiquarian curios, or a remote cave said to have been inhabited once by a reclusive wizard.
"A Fete Worse Than Death" features the second worst title pun of my RPG career and could easily be reset in a Hamptons garden party if Britain doesn't float your boat.
They are just outlines, not fully-developed adventures, but hey, they're free.
See what you think of them.