The Investigators of Down Cthulhu
- California needs reorganized; none of this is in Encyclopedia
- New York City
- New York Upstate
- Silver Twilight DEFUNCT; we now own their Hall
Loose Ends: remaining questions and loose ends to keep in mind from our smaller investigations, typically having no bearing on our success or failure
Grand Plots: all clues and leads consolidated in one place for the agency’s larger, long term investigations.
- Armitage Files: leads from the Armitage letters, and consolidated notes on them
- The Baron H Conspiracy: The further leads gleened from the investigations of the Silver Twilight and Look to the Future
- The Elias-Carlysle Investigation: the path put in front us by the murder of Jackson Elias
- The Last Theorum and the Puzzle Box of Lo Ping
- New World
- Creatures Encountered: a list of sanity check-inducing encounters
- Gathered Lore: Information gained outside of The Great Meeting in London with Archimedes and the other Chosen Men; one should keep in mind the nature of the Mythos, and that most if not all lore is typically only the best guess of the limited human mind. Much, if not all, may be part truth at best to completely incorrect at worst.
- The Tomes: record of the reading of Forbidden Lore tomes, mostly if not totally by Father Jon and Theolonius and which group has it now.
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