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29 Oct 2013 06:23 PM | PoC in Interviews
For several years, there has been talk and rumour of a new Call of Cthulhu boxed set to be produced by Cubicle 7. This looks to become a reality via the use of crowd funding.
Here YSDC talks to Cubicle 7's Line Developer (Stuart Boon) and owner (Dominic McDowall-Thomas) about Cthulhu Britannica: London.
10 Oct 2013 11:34 AM | PoC in Interviews
Chaz Engan is most noted in RPG circles as one of the co-authors of the epic Call of Cthulhu campaign, Beyond the Mountains of Madness.
We've talked to Chaz and Jan Engan previously about the BtMoM campaign, but in this YSDC interview Chaz goes into detail about his work on the revised and expanded second edition of Beyond the Mountains of Madness for the French and German language versions.
One day, perhaps a new English language edition will appear...
26 Apr 2010 09:02 PM | Guest in Interviews
The following article by Ben ("zomben") Monroe reflects many of our early (and continuing) passions for the great game that is Call of Cthulhu. Here Ben describes his introduction to the game and the creation of one of its more legendary characters, the inimitable Monterey Jack!
29 Jan 2010 03:07 PM | Guest in Interviews
Call of Cthulhu Author
Scott David Aniolowski is a well known name to many Call of Cthulhu Keepers, his work spans dozens of publications for the likes of Chaosium, Pagan Publishing and Triad Entertainments. Besides Scott's series of monster tomes, various scenarios and rules additions he has also edited some of Chaosium's Cthulhu fiction anthologies (Made in Goatswood and Singers of Strange Songs). Here Scott serves up a feast of information for Yog-Sothoth about his involvement and love of the game
28 Jan 2010 02:52 PM | Guest in Interviews
Paul Carrick was born on the island of Martha's Vineyard (Massachusetts) in 1972. Having 'barely survived high school' he went on to formally study art at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence (yes, that Providence). Toward the end of his time at R.I.S.D. Paul started professionally illustrating Role Playing Games, producing work for companies such as Green Knight Publishing, Atlas Games, T.S.R., Five Rings Publishing, Pagan Publishing and of course Chaosium. Paul's work for the Call of Cthulhu game is most heavily featured in the 6th edition of the the main rule book, as well as the popular modern day campaign, Unseen Masters. Here Paul talks about his life and work and what drew him to Cthulhu.