Monthly Archives: October 2010

Sponsors of The Unspeakable Oath 18

We’re very proud to announce the sponsors who will be running ads in the print and electronic editions of The Unspeakable Oath issue 18. Atlas Games Atomic Overmind Press Innsmouth Free Press Miskatonic River Press Pelgrane Press Steve Jackson Games…

TUO 1: Afterword

[That’s it! The rest of the magazine was taken up with “Within You Without You,” which you’ll find in THE RESURRECTED VOLUME TWO: OF KEYS & GATES. I suppose this may not seem like much (about 13,000 words) but that…

TUO 1: The Road to Hali

©1990 John Tynes [Hoo boy. For the better part of a year (during which time Pagan Publishing was born) I was experiencing a period of profound mental instability and depression. For a time I believed that the following was real,…

TUO 1: New for Cthulhu

©1990 John Tynes [A review section of sorts. Unremarkable and too brief.] The past several months have seen a flurry of activity in the Call of Cthulhu game. Below are capsule reviews of six recent products: Mansions of Madness, from…

TUO 1: The Dread Page of Azathoth

©1990 John Tynes [This is your basic editor’s column. Originally, I’d planned to use it for convention announcements and miscellaneous garbage after the first issue was released, but it has remained a very personal soapbox for me and my views,…

Introduction to TUO 1

©1993 John Tynes The Unspeakable Oath owes its existence to Jeff Carey, a Cthulhu keeper of renown and stature (he even appears as a villain in the first scenario in Chaosium’s ADVENTURES IN ARKHAM COUNTRY book!). At GenCon 1990 I…