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A truly spring-like edition of The Cthulhu Breakfast Club has now flopped and meeped its way into the Chthonic hallways of our listeners!
A full complement of CBC hosts gather once again in a set of Yorkshire Tea Rooms to discuss all-manner of topics - some serious, some not so serious. We also name the winners of our birthday giveaways and announce a new giveaway for this month - a full colour hardcover copy of Hudson & Brand.
So come, join us at our table for this 39th meeting of tea and terror, with the UK's longest-serving podcasters (has it really been nearly 14 years?)... we recommend scrambled eggs with mushrooms on toast and
Mimosas Bucks Fizz apparently...
Chaosium have launched a crowd funder for their first Lovecraftian board game in over 30 years (their last one was the original Arkham Horror in 1987). Their planned new board game is titled: Miskatonic University: The Restricted Collection, and has been designed by Reiner Knizia (certainly no stranger to board game design).
In Miskatonic University: The Restricted Collection, "Players are MU professors, desperately searching the treacherous Restricted Collection, looking for fragments of eldritch lore and arcane sigils to help the Chief Librarian, Dr Henry Armitage [to] defeat [a nameless horror unleashed by reckless grad students]..."
The Kickstarter runs until the 8th May, with a target of $25,000 USD.
The 12 page scenario for the Delta Green RPG is available via DriveThruRPG in both PDF and PoD.
In other DG news, Dennis has indicated that the print edition of the Delta Green Handler's Guide is close to publication.
Now out on the podcast feed, our first News from Pnakotus for spring 2018.
Join me and Marty as we discuss all things Lovecraft, Cthulhu and more that's been in the news, and featuring the popular "pass-the-popcorn" entertainment of the moment: JOSHI WATCH!
Rats in the Walls is a new rules-lite Lovecraftian-style roleplaying game from Les Livres de l'Ours with the goal of "...run[ning] quick one-shot adventures while at the same time, [being] rich enough to allow for long-term play".
The system was inspired by Advanced Fighting Fantasy, Traveller and others.
Rats in the Walls runs to 34 pages for the "art-free" edition which is available to download now from DriveThruRPG on a pay-what-you-want basis.