Call of Cthulhu – Revelations


1938: Toil, Illinois. A peaceful town that has weathered the hells of the Great Depression on the backs of its hard-working inhabitants and their soybean crop. Toil is a good town, a righteous town, a place for good people to live and grow.

But Toil holds claim to a desperate secret. And now that secret is about to be unleashed.

Revelations is a product of Hebanon Games, and can be found here.

Side Chatter


  • Josh – Francis Pines.  High school football star who attempted to go pro and joined the Toil City police force when it didn’t work out.
  • Matt – Bill Hawkins.  Beat cop who just joined the force, hoping that his college education might pay off.
  • Nate – Jens Sebastien Wulf. A German immigrant who came to the states to escape post war Germany and eventually moved to a super-cheap part of Illinois.  Eventually rose to the rank of detective in the Toil City PD
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  1. Posted August 26, 2013 at 5:58 pm | Permalink

    I love how when Officer Pine went all Logorrhea he started sounding like John Pinto from the first Little Fears games you guys posted “Camp LeFey” ( at the very least that’s the first thing I thought of when he started it, and I’m sure that only I thought this… still, good times) Love this session. I need to run this for my group!

    Also is there an irony that it was Officer PINE and John PINTO that have a similar speech impediment? Even if it is all coincidental?

    • drunkandugly
      Posted August 28, 2013 at 10:37 am | Permalink

      You know, John Pinto came to mind, but pines very quickly became more Barney Fife than anything else.

      • Posted September 4, 2013 at 10:24 pm | Permalink

        oh good, I wasn’t the only one who started hearing some Don Knottz in there

        • drunkandugly
          Posted September 11, 2013 at 7:39 pm | Permalink

          I think any game set in the thirties or forties with cops needs at least one.

  2. Posted September 5, 2013 at 6:24 pm | Permalink

    Also, when ever someone was about to enter a room after hearing crying, in my head, I kept hear Sam or Matt say “Your disturbed the which, you are torn apart.” XD

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