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Now on general release from Golden Goblin Press is De Horrore Cosmico, a collection of six Call of Cthulhu scenarios for the Cthulhu Invictus setting.
Contributing authors to De Horrore Cosmico include a number of familiar names such as Jeffrey Moeller, Chad Bowser, Oscar Rios, Phredd Groves, Stuart Boon, Penelope Love and Mark Morrison.
The July 2015 edition of The Cthulhu Breakfast Club is out (in all the usual places + SoundCloud).
In this meeting we announce the winners of the CBC Dice Tower competition, talk about the new Dark Adventure Radio Theatre: The Horror at Red Hook, Ash vs Evil Dead and also tell you how you can win one of three copies of Tabletop Gaming magazine.
There's other stuff too of course.
All CBC recordings are now released at full quality for everyone (saves me some administration) but show supporters still have access to extras.
Graeme Davis (former Games Workshop and Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay writer) recently posted a blog article about "My Complete and Utter Cthulhu Bibliography" which proved sufficiently interesting I thought I'd take the opportunity to talk to Graeme about his work from the early days of Call of Cthulhu, his time at Games Workshop and White Dwarf magazine and his involvement in the production of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay.
The following is a 30 minute interview that provides some fascinating insights, not least, what it was like "behind the scenes" at Games Workshop in the '80s.
If you've listened to the June 2015 edition of The Cthulhu Breakfast Club you'll know we talked about having some wooden dice towers made as fun promotional items for the show. Well the packaging has just turned up (the last thing to arrive) so these arcane randomisers are now available!
The dice towers are made of wood, flat-packable and don't require any glue to assemble. They stand about 25 cm (10") tall and when you're not rolling dice they make rather neat key and coin trays.
The Cthulhu Breakfast Club is back and with an all new sound (thanks to the wonderful people who backed our Kickstarter)!
In this month's meeting we cover Horror on the Orient Express (Kickstarter edition), the changes at Chaosium, our new wooden dice tower (which you can win!) and many other topics, so join us now in Pickles Tea Room for a chat about games, Lovecraftiana and more.