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Cthulhu New Year Raffle!

16 Jan 2015 10:05 PM | PoC in MAIN

Still recovering (mentally, physically, financially) from the holiday festivities? Feat not, we've got a little something for those January blues - a giant Cthulhu New Year Raffle!

Thanks to the generosity of Cthulhoid publishers including Arc Dream Publishing, Chaosium Inc, Modiphius Entertainment, Pelgrane Press and Sixtystone Press we have a slew of Cthulhu prizes to give away.

It's easy to take part, just make sure you're logged in to YSDC and then visit: yog-sothoth.com/raffles

Entries remain open until the end of January.

Have fun and good luck!

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Cthulhu Britannica: London

13 Jan 2015 05:18 PM | PoC in MAIN

Cubicle 7 have released Cthulhu Britannica: London a “boxed set” Jazz Age supplement for Call of Cthulhu based on the eponymous seat of Empire.

Originally crowdfunded through Kickstarter in November 2013, Cthulhu Britannica: London is available now in PDF format, with the print edition up for pre-order and due “Spring 2015”.

“London” marks the second boxed set release for the English language Call of Cthulhu line (following Horror on the Orient Express 2e) after a fallow period of over two decades.

Read our interview with Cubicle 7 aboutCthulhu Britannica: London and join in the discussion in the Yoggie forums!

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Horror on the Orient Express: The Doom Train

09 Jan 2015 10:17 AM | PoC in MAIN

Now lifted from its 2012 Express Diaries fundraiser embargo is our recording of The Doom Train, one of the scenarios from Horror on the Orient Express that was missed out of the original Yoggie version of the Call of Cthulhu campaign.

With the recent publication of the new edition of Horror on the Orient Express, now seemed a good time to release it.

There have been some murmurs of possible additional re-visits since the new version of HotOE contains so much more than the 1991 edition...

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Lovecraft at the Table: A Decade of Cthulhu Cam...

05 Jan 2015 03:55 PM | PoC in MAIN

Our first audio game release of 2015 is episode 18 of the Innsmouth House Players' play-through of Eternal Lies - the epic Lovecraftian campaign from Pelgrane Press.

In this session, the plucky group arrive in Siam to explore the mysteries of Bangkok and investigate evidence of a secretive and deadly fight ring linked to the global cult and monstrous god they have sworn to stop.

This year (2015) marks a decade of full scale campaign recordings from YSDC. Since 2005 and Masks of Nyarlathotep the Innsmouth House Players have played eight campaigns running over 175 sessions, producing more than 400 hours of recordings - and still we carry on!

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Investigator Weapons: Volume 2

01 Jan 2015 04:07 PM | PoC in MAIN

Start your Call of Cthulhu collection off with a bang for the New Year. Sixtystone Press have released Investigator Weapons: Volume 2, the logically named second in the series of weapon guide books for the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game.

Investigator Weapons: Volume 2 deals with modern day weaponry for contemporary games. The 240 page volume by Hans-Christian Vortisch (with art by Chris Huth) offers a comprehensive collection of guns, personal defence weapons, explosives, ammunition, melée weapons and more.

Pick it up now in PDF with Print on Demand and retail store release planned in the near future.

Also get 33% off until 7th January and feel free to join in the discussion about Investigator Weapons Vol. 2 in the Yoggie forums.

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Chaosium and Licensees at Dragonmeet 2014

15 Dec 2014 10:30 AM | PoC in MAIN

Another recording from Dragonmeet 2014. This time, Mike Mason of Chaosium leads a panel of licensees talking about what people can expect for the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game in 2015.

There also includes discussion of how to submit your own work for publication.

With: Mike Mason (Chaosium Inc.), Dominic McDowall (Cubicle 7), Lynne Hardy (Modiphius) and Adam Crossingham (Sixtystone Press)

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Dreamhounds at Dragonmeet

08 Dec 2014 08:11 PM | PoC in MAIN

Pelgrane’s Dreamhounds of Paris for Trail of Cthulhu saw electronic release a few weeks ago. The print edition is promised for early 2015 but Pelgrane managed to advance ship a small number of copies to the Dragonmeet convention in London on 6th December.

As Helen and I were attending Dragonmeet anyway we thought we’d take the opportunity to talk to Pelgrane and its authors about this surreal Lovecraftian setting.

What follows is probably one of our more unusual videos.

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