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It might have been a rather rainy day in May, but there was sunshine in our hearts as hosts of The Cthulhu Breakfast Club met once again to discuss all things Lovecraftian (and as usually the case - a lot more).
Be part of the club, come pull up a chair, and join us at our regular table in the delightful Pickles Tea Rooms in Yorkshire. We've been expecting you!
Cthulhu Confidential, the Gumshoe One-2-One game by Robin D. Laws et al. has now seen official print from Pelgrane Press. Originally released in limited edition advance paperback form at Dragonmeet 2016, this new game of Lovecraftian "solo" investigation (one player, one Game Moderator) adapts Pelgrane's Gumshoe system to a more intimate style of play.
Cthulhu Confidential is now available as a 328 page hardcover, directly from Pelgrane Press (and no doubt other outlets soon).
Watch CBC/NfP host Marty Jopson play a game with the system's creator, Robin D. Laws.
The now somewhat legendary Masks of Nyarlathotep Companion for Call of Cthulhu has appeared in print!
The Masks of Nyarlathotep Companion was a labour of love conceived, created and shepherded by Bret Kramer (our very own WinstonP) of Sentinel Hill Press, involving the work of many fine, wonderful and generous volunteers who came together to both celebrate this beloved Call of Cthulhu campaign and to support this web site. It is an astounding piece of work that demonstrates just what can be done when people come together.
More News from Pnakotus, this time with whatever mythos morsels catch our eyes, ears and appendages for May 2017.
Join Marty and me (Paul) as we discuss tentacular topics of the day and plunge into Cthulhu conversations that no sane person would conceive.
News from Pnakotus was originally broadcast live in 360º video from Pickles' Tea Rooms in Yorkshire on Monday, 8th May.
I love dice. Like many players I have lots of them which I've kept in various receptacles over the years (anywhere from game boxes, poly bags and little plastic coffins to wooden chests and leather pouches) but now it looks like I may have a new and wonderfully thematic option with Bagthulhu from Bridget Hughes of Wayward Masquerade.
Capable of holding up to 100 dice at a time, Bagthulhu stands 8" (20 cm) tall and is waiting to
devour your soul keep your dice safe and secure for your next game.
The Kickstarter runs until the end of May.
Now you can feed Great Cthulhu dice instead of 1d6 Investigators per round...