Here’s a repository of the material done so far for Hollow Earth Expedition:

Some corrections to weapons from Secrets of the Surface World

MAS-250, an Italian torpedo boat from WWII and vessel for our post-war espionage campaign.

Some new and old guns, including Rick O’Connell’s Chamelot Delvigne or MAS 1873 11mm.  Also some pics and info on other weapons in the official books.

For the Tales of the Gold Monkey fans, the beautiful Grumman Goose!  Another small seaplane:  the ubiquitous Sikorsky S-38 (a very popular plane for explorers.)  How about the Consolidated PBY Catalina?  Also the Vincetti Sportster 1 race plane from our Gorilla Ace! campaign (otherwise known as the Weddel-Williams 44.)

New Cars:  The 1938 Alfa-Romeo 6C Super Sport Corsa and Aston Martin 2-Litre Speed Type C. How about the Alfa’s big brother, the 8C 2900 Mille Miglia?  For the Cord fans, here’s the 1930 Cord L-29 Cabriolet. And another popular American car of the period, the Hudson Essex- Terraplane (Dillinger’s favorite car.)

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5 Responses to “Hollow Earth Expedition Page”

  1. Luis Says:

    Tales of the Gold Monkey fans everywhere thank you. That show, while by no means great, is a heck of a lot of fun and has inspired many ’30s-’40s adventure games/plots/settings.


    1. I recently bought the series and found it campy and occasionally unwatchable, but MAN! Did I love it when t was on! I still have Jake, Ack, and Corky urnint p n the HEX game from time to time.


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  3. Arnold DeVillena Says:

    Have you seen the Lebman M1911 machine pistol? I think it would be a great gun for Hollow Earth Expedition!

    http://www.guns.com/2012/09/26/lebman-1911-machine-pistol/


    1. That was the Texas gunsmith that did the full-auto versions for Nelson and Dillinger, if I’m not mistaken. He got swept up in the 1934 Gun Control Act, so there were only a few instances of the weapon. But yeah — it was cool! Stat would be the same for the normal 1911, but they had an extended 25 round magazine and a Rate of A.

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