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Our old friends at the HPLHS have announced another new direction for their popular Dark Adventure Radio Theatre series. Following on from the recent release of a new Lovecraftian-style story, The White Tree, the HPLHS are now producing a 1930s-style radio play based on Chaosium's Call of Cthulhu campaign The Fungi from Yuggoth.
Planned for a Hallowe'en 2016 release, The Brotherhood of the Beast will provide nearly four hours of listening entertainment and features four different endings following alternative characters and plans.
Very much looking forward to hearing this one!
Following a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2015, The Things We Leave Behind, a modern day scenario anthology for Call of Cthulhu from Stygian Fox Publishing has now been released to backers in PDF.
The Things We Leave Behind features
five six scenarios recommended for mature readers (and perhaps players) from the pens of Jeffrey Moeller, Brian Sammons, Simon Brake, Scott Dorward and Oscar Rios, with art by Davide Como and Stephanie McAlea.
The anthology has retail PDF and print releases planned for September.
In this August CBC there is talk of the Bettys experience, YSDC Games Day V, ENnies 2016, the Golden Ticket game, Panacea, Pulp Cthulhu: Waiting for the Hurricane, Chaosium Gen Con 2016 seminar, The Curse of Nineveh, Dragonroar and D&D tapes, 1980s text adventures, a 1920s guide to Bruges and the Stationery Isle among other things.
Recorded at Pickles Tea Rooms (within and without) - including 4K 360º video.
Below, you can watch the 48 minute video which features Paul Fricker, Lynn Hardy, Mike Mason, Sandy Petersen and Jeff Richards as they discuss new material for the game along with Pulp Cthulhu, future plans for the Call of Cthulhu line and why some limited/early release titles from last year were withdrawn.
So if you missed being at Gen Con this year, here at least is a little bit of it.... Thanks again to FatBuddha for posting.
Can it be that time of year again? It is!
Tickets for YSDC Games Day V (& Games Night) are now available from our online shop.
So come join us if you can for a day (and evening) of Lovecraftian games in the heart of Yorkshire. As usual this is a limited availability event that happens just once a year, so if you want tickets better to get them sooner rather than later.
It should be fun.