Friends, do you ever spend time doing mundane tasks like going to work, making dinner, or talking to loved ones and get frustrated about wasting that time on things other than RPGs? Well, I have a solution for you. There are podcasts out there that can fill every waking moment with RPG inspiration!
I’ve been a big fan of Bill Bryson for years, ever since I read his amazing A Walk In the Woods in middle school. He’s hilarious and interesting and he makes topics that would otherwise be very dry (from the history of English to a drive through the American Midwest) into page-turners. One of his latest book is One Summer, the story of June, July, and August 1927 in America, and it’s not only a great read but it’s a resource waiting for your early-twentieth-century campaign.
I really love the Achtung! Cthulhu setting for Call of Cthulhu from Modiphius Press. It’s also for Savage Worlds (using Realms of Cthulhu), but I started into the mythos through the original game and it just doesn’t feel like Cthulhu to me unless I’m rolling percentile dice.
Modiphius has put out two amazing long-term campaigns (Shadows of Atlantis, which I’m currently running, and Assault on the Mountains of Madness which is eagerly awaiting a chance at the table) as well as a series of short scenarios that can be part of a linked campaign or stand-alone. Already looking to expand the options, however, I went through other published Call of Cthulhu scenarios looking for scenarios that you could easily use for an Achtung! Cthulhu game.