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Call of Cthulhu – Horror on the Orient Express | Review and Page-Through

Jeff tackles the classic Horror on the Orient Express for Call of Cthulhu

Call of Cthulhu: Horror on the Orient Express Volume One (Chaosium Inc)Title: Call of Cthulhu – Horror on the Orient Express

Publisher: Chaosium Inc

Authors: Phil Anderson, Marion Anderson, Bernard Caleo, David Conyers, Carl Ford, Geoff Gillan, Nick Hagger, Peter F. Jeffery, L.N. Isinwyll, Christian Lehmann, Mike Lay, Penelope Love, Paul Maclean, Mike Mason, Mark Morrison, Matthew Pook, Oscar Rios, Hans-Christian Vortisch, Russell Waters, Darren Watson, Richard Watts, and William A. Workman

Artists: Lee Gibbons, Laurie Dietrick, Dean Engelhardt, and Marco Morte

Year: 2021

Genre: Reformatted two volume edition of the 2014 boxed set

Pages: 768 pages total

MSRP: $89.99 for the two volume hardcover set or $39.99 in PDF

01:01 Taking a look through and discussing Call of Cthulhu: Horror on the Orient Express
23:45 Final thoughts and the review score

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Summary
Horror on the Orient Express certainly isn't perfect as there are giant leaps in logic and a whole lot of heavy lifting required by the Keeper. Plus, much of this is a railroad in more than name. Yet, these two volumes are crammed with not only a campaign destined to provide entertainment for players over many months, if not years, while providing loads of useable material for just about any adventure set in early 1920s Europe. It's easy to see why this is considered a classic CofC adventure.
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