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Long pre-saged, the Delta Green RPG Kickstarter is now live.
With its origins as a series of supplements for the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game in the 1990s, Delta Green is now coming back as its own stand-alone game, updated to the "twenty-teens".
If this is something you've been waiting for, now's your chance to make it happen.
Mr. Shiny, everyone's favourite Proto-Shoggoth can now be yours!
Well, kind of, perhaps...
Petersen Games (makers of Cthulhu Wars, and in at least one sense, Call of Cthulhu) have a Kickstarter for Return to Castle Dicenstein underway which includes a set of Mr. Shiny Kickstarter-exclusive dice.
Return to Castle Dicenstein is a... "dice game in which you are a mad doctor, collecting and stitching together body parts to build monsters. But the body parts aren't just condemned criminals or disease victims - you are after the best! You are digging up the world's most infamous monsters, and piecing them together for your Ultimate Creation!"
You can actually download the rules now (.docx, 95 KB). As of writing, the Kickstarter has a week left to run
Chaosium have taken the decision to end their 40 year physical presence in the Bay Area of California.
Like many of the smaller and more agile publishers these days, Chaosium staff are now located across the globe, connected virtually. With a core of Moon Design ("New Chaosium") located in Michigan, this turn of events was predicted by many.
Once re-location of stock has been completed, Chaosium promise re-instatement of phone numbers for those who need them.
Yes, it's the September 2015 edition of The Cthulhu Breakfast Club. Brought to you in MythoVision! (Well, a little bit of it, anyway.)
In this month's tea room meeting we talk about Kickstarters (ranging from the successful and the might-be-successful to one that didn't make it), why our audio may still be a challenge, experiences of NecronomiCon 2015, Marty's new book, a look at Chaosium's Doors to Darkness supplement and how to tell a Keeper they may need to up their game.
All this and more topics and tangents to fill 90 minutes of busy air.
Golden Goblin Press have launched a crowdfunding campaign to publish Tales of the Caribbean, offering a collection of Jazz Age Call of Cthulhu scenarios located in more exotic climes than most Lovecraftian investigations.
With adventures set in the Bahamas, Trinidad, Jamaica and elsewhere, Tales of the Caribbean promises sun and sanity-loss (OK, not necessarily both - it can get a bit stormy). The Kickstarter runs until
my birthday Sunday, 11th October.
Time to break out the old Panama hat...