Call of Cthulhu 5th Edition Rulebook

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Details

Publisher: Chaosium

Product Code: 2386 (199-2386CH) (Ed. 5.6.1)

Publishing Year: 2001 (Ed. 5.6.1)

Pages: 288 (Ed. 5.6.1)

Author(s): Sandy Petersen & Lynn Willis, with Keith Herber, Kevin Ross, William Hamblin, Mark Morrison, William Hamblin, Scott David Aniolowski, Michael Tice, Shannon Appel, Eric Rowe, Bruce Ballon, William G. Dunn, Sam Johnson, Brian M. Sammons, Jan Engan, Bill Barron, and friends.

Artist(s): John T. Snyder (cover), Paul Carrick (section illustrations & sidebar decorations), Gene Day, Tom Sullivan, Lori Deitrick, Gus DiZerega, Chris Marrinan, Dreyfus, Lisa A. Free, Earl Geier, John T. Snyder, Tony Ackland, Drashi Khenup

Format(s): Hardcover, Softcover, PDF

ISBN: 1-56882-148-4 (Ed. 5.6.1)

Contents

Front Cover Text

Horror Roleplaying
Call of Cthulhu
Sandy Petersen & Lynn Willis
with Keith Herber, William Hamblin,
Mark Morrison, John T. Snyder, and friends
Chaosium, Inc.


Back Cover Text

Call of Cthulhu
A Core Game Book for Players & Keepers.

The Great Old Ones ruled the earth aeons before the rise of man. Remains of their cyclopean cities can still be found on remote islands in the Pacific, buried amid the shifting sands of vast deserts, and in the frozen wastes of the polar extremes. Originally they came to this world from the stars. Now they sleep - some sleep within the earth and others beneath the sea. When The Stars Are Right they will rise, and once again walk the earth.

Call of Cthulhu is a roleplaying game based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft, in which ordinary people are confronted by the terrifying forces of the Cthulhu Mythos. To play all you need are this book, some dice, and your friends.


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