The Black Seal: Cthulhu By Arclight
Publisher: Brichester University Press
Product Code: TBA
Announce Date: March, 2011
Expected Publication Date: ???
Project Status: On Track
Expected Page Count: over 250
Author(s): Adam Crossingham, James Haughton, Bret Kramer, Graeme Price, Giles Hill, Don Fougere, J. Edward Tremlett, Hans-Christian Vortisch, Daniel Harms, Brian M. Sammons, Kenneth Hite, Phil Ward, Ben Counter, Nick Brownlow, Steven Kaye, Davide Mana, Jonathan Turner, Eamon Honan, Adam Scott Glancy, Gil Trevizo
Format(s): Softcover and PDF
A PDF-only supplement to this publication, called The Black Seal: Missing In Action, will contain further information on running Vietnam-era games.
Sixtystone press have announced the following (tentative) contents list:
- Rules for Coolness under fire by Adam Crossingham
- Enlightenment in Call of Cthulhu by James Haughton
- A Mythos Gazetteer for South East Asia by Bret Kramer
- A Nightmare in Green: Sometimes its better to leave the bodies where they fall, a scenario by Graeme Price
- A Tcho Tcho Origin Myth by James Haughton
- A SE Asia Mythos Bestiary by Bret Kramer
- A Post World War 2 Vietnam Timeline by Giles Hill and Adam Crossingham
- Delta Green Operations in Vietnam by various
- PISCES A Secret History by Giles Hill
- Tales of Terror: Demon Rake by Don Fougere
- Tale of Terror : Ember Men by Don Fougere
- Tale of Terror : Tunnel Rats by Don Fougere
- Tale of Terror : Snake Whisky by J. Edward Tremlett
- The Hidden Enemy: Mines and booby traps in Vietnam by Giles Hill and Hans-Christian Vortisch
- The Kings of Gold and Death: A Mythos Prehistory of Southeast Asia by James Haughton
- The Kun Krak: A disgusting artefact by Dan Harms
- The Vietcong by Giles Hill
- Wet Works: Additional rules by Brian Sammons
- Women in Vietnam: A variety of character templates for female characters by Giles Hill
- Black Box Down by Ken Hite
- Boot Camp: Military PC Creation for a Vietnam Campaign by Phil Ward, Dan Harms et al
- Country Fair: A Zulu event for Delta Green by Giles Hill
- Prolegomena to a Cthulhu Mythos History of South-East Asia by Kenneth Hite
- Dangerous Places: The White House of Madam Lieu by Ben Counter
- Dangerous Places: Nu Mung Ba by Adam Crossingham
- Fear and Loathing in South East Asia: Expanded SAN Loss Rules for the Vietnam War by Phil Ward.
- JPAC Template: Accounting for Americans Lost in conflict by Graeme Price
- Magical Mystery Tour: Travelling around SE Asia by Giles Hill
- Mutts to Dump trucks: Signature vehicles from the Vietnam conflict by Various
- Riders on a Storm: MJ12 in SE Asia by Nick Brownlow
- The Surface Surveillance and Reconnaissance Section and Standing order 259 by Giles Hill and Adam Crossingham
- The Golden Hour Battlefield Medicine in Vietnam by Graeme Price
- Order of the Bloated Woman by Steven Kaye
- Sweetheart of Song Tra Bong: A scenario about how war changes us by Davide Mana
- Tip of the Blade: Signature weapons of the Vietnam conflict by Hans-Christian Vortisch
- The Weight of Ghosts: Things you'll need to get through that tour by Giles Hill
- Trauma: How to hurt your players by Jonathan Turner
- Unusual Suspects Adolph Lepus by Ben Counter
- Unusual Suspects Joseph-Antoine Ballon by Giles Hill
- Unusual Suspects Satchel Wade by Phil Ward
- Unusual Suspects: Klaus Schumann by Eamon Honan
- Unusual Suspects: Colonel Kurtz by Adam Crossingham
- The official investigation report for OPERATION OBSIDIAN by Adam Scott Glancy
- A report on the Chau Chau by Gil Trevizo
Campaigns: Forum discussions suggested the possibility that the book would not contain a campaign due to space reasons. Two potential candidates had previously been considered -- Tickets for a Prayer Wheel (Campaign) which is already available for free online (at this site), and The Black Seal's in-house Vietnam campaign (called "Summer of Love").
Articles: see above
Additional: Introduction, Player Handouts
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