The April 2019 edition of The Cthulhu Breakfast Club is out for Patrons of Yog-Sothoth.
This Spring meeting sees us enter our fifth year of the CBC (in our 15th year of podcasting). Topics of the day include London Bookmen, Notre-Dame, Chaosium rescues, Cthonic fossils and in The Book Cellar, Marty looks at the 2000AD classic: The Ballad of Halo Jones.
We've also got four copies of Allicorn's new album, LØVECRΛFTIAЙ, to give away too.
Out from Arc Dream Publishing comes Delta Green: The Complex, an 80 page supplement for the Delta Green Roleplaying Game. The book details more than 20 government and associated agencies that can be used to expand and add further depth to your Delta Green games.
Originally part of the Delta Green RPG Kickstarter, it's now available on general release.
Delta Green: The Complex
From Big Data to Beltway Bandits
Cosmic terror infects the U.S. government and the companies that profit from it.
Delta Green: The Complex offers 21 new dossiers for federal agencies and important contractors to enhance your Delta Green campaign. Each dossier describes the entity’s budget, operatives, organizational structure and history, mandate, areas of friction with other agencies, suggested professions for Delta Green agents, and what it's like to work there.
The Complex gives deep and playable details for both the Handler and the Agents. It covers the ATF, Booz Allen Hamilton, the Coast Guard, Consolidated Analysis Center Incorporated, Constellis Group, Customs and Border Protection, DARPA, the Defense Intelligence Agency, FEMA, the IRS, Lockheed Martin, NASA, the National Nuclear Security Administration, the National Counterterrorism Center, the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, the National Parks Service, the National Reconnaissance Office, the NSA, the Office of Naval Intelligence, the RAND Corporation, and the Secret Service.
Price: PDF ($10 USD), Print on Demand ($30 USD) via DriveThruRPG.
Tomorrow evening (16th April) sees a lucky few get the opportunity to play a game of Bookhounds of London in the world's oldest antiquarian bookshop – Sotheran's. It will be no surprise that all the tickets went in just a few hours and while we await reports of tomorrow's event I took an opportunity to visit Sotheran's in the heart of London's Piccadilly to talk to the game's organiser (and GM), Oliver Clegg of the Books Department.
The following is an interview with Oliver about Sotheran's itself, The Great Omar, and the Bookhounds... game.
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...and something different from Yoggie, an example of our new MythoVision recording format, also known as "VR180" (or 180º stereoscopic video). Watch it in a VR headset or Google Cardboard to see it pop into 3D for a great sense of immersion.
Founded in York in 1761, established in London in 1815, Henry Sotheran's has a long and distinguished history selling antiquarian books and fine prints.
I suspect many people are hoping that there will be more such games at Sotheran's in the future.
Another edition of Table 7 is out – our chattiest of podcasts where Marty and I discuss all manner of things arcane, mundane, scientific and sometimes just plain weird. This time round we discuss Project 21, new RuneQuest, Staging Magic, the EFS, Bookhounds at Sotheran's, and Marty's latest terrifying invention in this rather alarming episode.
Yoggie Patrons can pick it up now in the usual places.
The Cthulhu Breakfast Club gathers once more, this time for its 50th meeting!
Join the Yoggie crew as they discuss all manner of Cthulhu news, provide a few views, and discuss matters of the day in the convivial surroundings of a Yorkshire Tea Room.
We lament Marty's absence for this fourth birthday of the CBC (he's been busy building his Death Ray – which we will no doubt put to good use later) but Chris keeps us entertained with tales of his upcoming appearance on BBC America.
So come join us for this Spring meeting, take part in this month's giveaway, and share your thoughts with ours, in Breakfast Club!
Val reading the latest Lovecraftian news in the March 2019 meeting of The Cthulhu Breakfast Club.
If it's a military rifle and has a bayonet lug, yes. And for the Victorian or Classic era, sadly not all lugs and rifles would accept all bayonets for reasons of propietary solutions and dimensions.
That's, if you are a fan of detailled sollutions.
I like it too. I have the base game, the Dunwich Legacy Deluxe Expansion, and the whole Path to Carcosa cycle (the latter of which I got on sale at about 40% off). I've hardly played my physical copy, but two of us are playing online as a play-by-post here. We played Night of the Zealot and the Venice scenario, and now we're late in the Dunwich Legacy cycle. It's quite hard, but a lot of fun. Right now I think we're doomed...
My husband and I once played characters that were basically Dr. Einstein and Johnny from the movie Arsenic and Old Lace - I played the Peter Lorre character, and my husband played someone who just happened to look rather like Boris Karloff. It was great fun. Until we died horribly. But that's Call of Cthulhu for you!