Arc Dream Publishing is proud to present The Unspeakable Oath, a more-or-less quarterly digest of tools, scenarios, and reviews to make your Cthulhu Mythos games more terrifying than ever. The Unspeakable Oath 22 includes: “The Dread Page of Azathoth,” an editor’s column. Guest columnist Kenneth Hite pays tribute to Lynn Willis. "The Saffron Book," a Mysterious Manuscript by Bobby Derie. "Malyutin's Nightmare Matryoshkas," an Arcane Artifact by Daniel R. Robichaud. "China Dolls: Children of Madam Yi," a new monster by Jo Kreil. "Die High," a scenario for Call of Cthulhu, Trail of Cthulhu, or Cthulhu Dark, by Greg Stolze. "The Found Phone," a Tale of Terror by Greg Stolze. "St. Michael's Gate," a Tale of Terror by Adam Gauntlett. "Starting Your Call of Cthulhu Campaign," a feature by Daniel Harms. "Bargain Hunting," a Tale of Terror by Adam Gauntlett. "Atlas of Arkham 1911," a Mysterious Manuscript by Bobby Derie. "Remember, Remember," a Trail of Cthulhu scenario by Adam Gauntlett. "Smedley House," a Tale of Terror by Ben Riggs. "Alphonse's Axioms for Agents," a Directive from A-Cell by Adam Scott Glancy. "The Thing In the Box," a Message in a Bottle by Ross Payton. The Eye of Light and Darkness, with reviews of: Blood! The Roleplaying Game of Modern Horror, a game by James "Grim" Desborough, et al, reviewed by Matthew Pook. The Book of the Smoke, a Trail of Cthulhu sourcebook by Paula Dempsey, reviewed by Chase Beck. Building an Elder God: A Game of Lovecraftian Construction, a game by Ben Mund, reviewed by Matthew Pook. Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land, a video game by Tomas Rawlins, reviewed by Matthew Pook. The Dance in the Blood, a Trail of Cthulhu scenario by Graham Walmsley, reviewed by Matthew Pook. Live at the Gilman House, an album by Ogham Waite and the Amphibian Jazz Band, reviewed by Brian Sammons. Pickman's Muse, a film directed by Robert Cappalletto, reviewed by Brian Sammons. Tatters of the King, a Call of Cthulhu campaign by Tim Wiseman, reviewed by Matthew Pook. The Whisperer in Darkness, a film directed by Sean Branney, reviewed by Brian Sammons. The Unspeakable Oath 22 is illustrated by Vicente Silvera Catalá, Matt Hansen, Robert Mansperger Jr., and Bradley McDevitt. Cover art is by Matt Hansen. It is edited by Shane Ivey with Adam Crossingham, Dan Harms, Greg Stolze and John Scott Tynes.