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We just posted the first update to the Kickstarter page. We're going to announce the first set of stretch goals when funding reaches 75%. That's just 7% more!

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Greetings everyone!

 

As the Kickstarter for The Island of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion marches forward exciting developments are taking form. First off, we are quickly creeping towards the 75% funded mark. What does that mean? It means that we’ll be revealing the details of our stretch goals, and trust me, we have a few surprised in store for everyone.

 

Today we also got a really wonderful update from our sculptor, Joe Broers! For our Golden Goblin level backers, we’re offering one of only a dozen Golden Goblin Idols. Or should I say one of eleven, because a mysterious backer known only as Owlglass has already claimed one. We here at Golden Goblin Press thank you Owlglass! Work has already begun! Take a look below, and dart over to our Kickstarter page to learn more.

 

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http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/621718369/island-of-ignorance-the-third-cthulhu-companion

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The total is sitting at $34.00 from the 75% mark.

The next few backers will push it to the point where the stretch goals are announced!

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The total is sitting at $34.00 from the 75% mark.

The next few backers will push it to the point where the stretch goals are announced!

 

Yes, we're keeping a close eye on the campaign. We're putting together the full details of the first three stretch goals as we speak, and will give a little teaser information about the goals beyond that. Currently we have nine goals planned. We're busy, ambitious little goblins.

 

OH WAIT! Nevermind that... we just HIT 75% funded! Our Stretch Goals will be posted shortly, both here and on the Kickstarter page.

 

Thank You!

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Here are the first three stretch goals for the Island of Ignorance - The Third Cthulhu Companion. We'll be posting more information about the further goals soon, there is a lot more planned beyond this.

 

 

$9,500.00; Stretch Goal #1; A Terrible Inspiration – Our artists shall suffer horrible nightmares, and awaken driven to frantically create fantastic maps and frightening illustrations. Has the dreaded star Aldebaran risen above the horizon? Was there an underwater earthquake in the pacific? Who cares? YOU get the benefits from their tortured, terrible inspiration! The interior art, both maps and illustrations, of Island of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion is increased by 20%!

 

 

$10,000.00; Stretch Goal #2; Dark Gods and Dread Tomes – Two new articles will be added to Island of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion. One details creatures and cultists of a little known god, while the other tells the history of a rare Serbian mythos tome written by an 18th century vampire hunter.

 

Dweller in Darkness by Tyler Hudak – He Who Comes in the Dark, the Great Old One Bugg-Shash, is little known, but very dangerous. Worshipped only by solitary madmen and sorcerers, we “shed light” on its servitors, learning why only the most fool-hardy would ever attempt to summon The Black One.

 

The Knjiga Mrtva (or Book of the Dead) by Eckhard Hülshoff – When Dr. Marin Kolar killed his first vampire in 1795, it lead the wealthy Serbian physician down a dark and dangerous path. He soon learned that there were more dangerous things lurking in the shadows than vampires. Shortly before Dr. Kolar mysteriously vanished in 1823, he sent a manuscript to his nephew. Those pages, detailing all Dr. Kolar had learned and seen, were published as the Knjiga Mrtva, or Book of the Dead.

 

 

$11,500.00; Stretch Goal #3; Worst Vacation Ever – We will add a fourth scenario to Island of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion. By now, your frazzled investigators might need to relax on a quiet sunny beach and maybe drink a glass or two of rum. Golden Goblin Press is very proud to offer…

 

With Blue Uncertain Stumbling by Jeff Moeller – For about a year now, a harmless little ghost story has been circulating around the rum dives and swanky resorts of Key West, Florida. It tells of a beautiful woman, dressed in black, seen only in reflections. Just a story, until the specter was seen by dozens of people in a mirror behind a bar at a society party. The image was also photographed, and none of the city fathers think it’s a harmless tale anymore. The investigators are invited to vacation in Key West and do a bit of debunking. Unless they do their homework, they might not ever come back.

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Afraid of the dark

Backed at Private eye. I'm not one for PDF's so if that other adventure could be in print, then I'd happily pay extra for that.

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Golden Goblin Press has announced it's stretch goals. We've given some specifics on our first three and just a little information on the goals further on. Take a look at what we've got planned!

 

$9,500.00; Stretch Goal #1; A Terrible Inspiration – Our artists shall suffer horrible nightmares, and awaken driven to frantically create fantastic maps and frightening illustrations. Has the dreaded star Aldebaran risen above the horizon? Was there an underwater earthquake in the pacific? Who cares? YOU get the benefits from their tortured, terrible inspiration! The interior art, both maps and illustrations, of Island of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion is increased by 20%!

 

$10,000.00; Stretch Goal #2; Dark Gods and Dread Tomes – Two new articles will be added to Island of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion.One details creatures and cultists of a little known god, while the other tells the history of a rare Serbian mythos tome written by an 18th century vampire hunter.

 

Dweller in Darkness by Tyler Hudak – He Who Comes in the Dark, the Great Old One Bugg-Shash, is little known, but very dangerous. Worshipped only by solitary madmen and sorcerers, we “shed light” on its servitors, learning why only the most fool-hardy would ever attempt to summon The Black One.

 

The Knjiga Mrtva (or Book of the Dead) by Eckhard Hülshoff – When Dr. Marin Kolar killed his first vampire in 1795, it lead the wealthy Serbian physician down a dark and dangerous path.He soon learned that there were more dangerous things lurking in the shadows than vampires. Shortly before Dr. Kolar mysteriously vanished in 1823, he sent a manuscript to his nephew.Those pages, detailing all Dr. Kolar had learned and seen, were published as the Knjiga Mrtva, or Book of the Dead.

 

$11,500.00; Stretch Goal #3; Worst Vacation Ever – We will add a fourth scenario to Island of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion. By now, your frazzled investigators might need to relax on a quiet sunny beach and maybe drink a glass or two of rum. Golden Goblin Press is very proud to offer…

 

With Blue Uncertain Stumbling by Jeff Moeller – For about a year now, a harmless little ghost story has been circulating around the rum dives and swanky resorts of Key West, Florida. It tells of a beautiful woman, dressed in black, seen only in reflections. Just a story, until the specter was seen by dozens of people in a mirror behind a bar at a society party. The image was also photographed, and none of the city fathers think it’s a harmless tale anymore. The investigators are invited to vacation in Key West and do a bit of debunking.Unless they do their homework, they might not ever come back.

 

 

Lurking in the Shadows, Further Stretch Goals

 

Every time a stretch goal is reached we’ll post the full details of another one. For now, here's a peek at what we hope to offer (subject to change).

 

Together Again – Two new articles by Tom Lynch and Oscar Rios.

 

Side Trails –A PDF of conversion statistic so all the scenarios within Island of Ignorance can be played using the Trail of Cthulhu system.

 

Back To New England (A Fifth Scenario!) - "Darkness Illuminated" by Jon Hook.

 

A Further Mystery – Ten useful lists every Keeper needs AND we will add an additional Mystery Scenario created from the second place votes to our Mystery PDF. Remember, the Mystery PDF is provided to backers at the Private Eye Level or higher.

 

Simply the Best - Custom handouts for our scenarios created by the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society.

 

Lost in Time and Space (A Sixth Scenario!!) – A scenario lost for over 25 years, written by one of Call of Cthulhu's true golden age greats. Golden Goblin Press will proudly present…"Cold Warning" by Scott David Aniolowski.

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Golden Goblin Press is offering conversion statistics for Trail of Cthulhu as a stretch goal for its Islands of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion Kickstarter Campaign. Golden Goblin Press hopes to be able to share its dark vision of the Cthulhu Mythos with fans of the Trail of Cthulhu system. We are grateful to our new friends at Pelgrane Press to be allowed the opportunity to do so. We have named this stretch goal...

 

Side Trails –A PDF of conversion statistic so all the scenarios within Island of Ignorance can be played using the Trail of Cthulhu system.

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Custom handouts, he, ha, ooooh, murg, ahpphmmnnn, eee, ogg, eeegh!

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This strange item was taken from around the neck of a Native American Shaman, who was shot attempting to murder a child before a Black Stone in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Want one? Stay tuned to our Kickstarter Page to find out how!

 

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Johnny Came Marching Home



Mechanics for Playing a Military Veteran

By Oscar Rios

 

Suddenly, out of the darkness came a rushing figure and the flash of steel. A robed man lunged forward, wielding a long curved knife. John Dunn, a taxi driver, reacted before either of his companions. With fluid motions, he stepped back and jerked the barrel of his rifle upwards and left, roughly slamming the man’s forearm and ruining his attack. John then shifted his weight and reversed the motion of his rifle. The man’s hands were wide open now, tossed above his head by the expect parry. Before the man could recover, John’s rifle’s butt slammed squarely into the attacker’s face. There was a sickening crack of bone, and the man dropped like a sack of flour, blood pouring from a broken nose and shattered front teeth. John raised his foot, about to slam his boot down on the helpless man’s temple, but stopped himself and stepped away.

 

Behind him, his companions, Edwin, a police officer, and Simon, a private eye, stood dumbstruck. They’d barely raised their handguns, but the battle was already over. They searched the now unconscious attacker, putting him in handcuffs and stuffing a rag into his mouth to gag him. Edwin and Simon, who’d worked together investigating strange supernatural cases for years, turned to the mild mannered taxi driver they’d met just yesterday. John had insisted on helping them in the search for Penelope Yolen, a missing nine year old abducted by the mysterious worshippers of The King in Yellow. They couldn’t really say no; Penelope was his niece.

 

“Okay, Officer 440,” Simon jested, referring to a popular secret agent movie serial hero, “where’d a taxi driver learn moves like that?”

 

John turned, his eyes sudden cold. He whispered, “In the Marines. 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Force. Now let’s wake this bastard up, and find out where they took my sister’s baby girl.”

 

 

 

From April 1917 until November 1918, the United States sent its sons to fight and die in the deadliest conflict the world had ever seen, The Great War. Afterwards, four and a half million men came home and re-entered American society. But, these were not the same men who had left. Many had suffered grave injuries, both physical and psychological. They returned as heroes to a country in the grips of an economic depression, where jobs were few and hard to come by. They had the respect of their countrymen and they supported one another long after the conflict ended, but felt forgotten by the government they fought to defend.

 

The Great War Veteran has long been a favored backstory for many a Call of Cthulhu investigator. Players have often distributed their skills creatively in an attempt to reflect their investigator’s military experiences. However, without a formalized mechanic to follow, such efforts often prove hit and miss. This article hopes to set a structured framework for building an investigator of any profession who is also a Great War veteran. These investigators have advantages as well as penalties, reflection of their medals and scars, their victories and sacrifices, the friends they made and the ones they lost too soon.

 

The following rules are specifically written for male, American Great War veterans. The experience of veterans from other nations differs from that of the American servicemen, as their wars were longer, their casualties and likelihood of frontline service greater. Also, while women did serve in the militaries of many nations, their experience was also much different. Keepers can alter these rules as they see fit to better suit the creation of female Great War veterans, or veterans from other nations.

 

The Veteran Investigator – The veteran isn’t a profession, but a history. Players choose a profession for their investigator and then decide whether that character is also a military veteran. A librarian, mechanic, milkman, accountant, policeman, or gangster could all have served their country during the Great War. While four and a half million American men returned from military service, less than a quarter of them saw actual combat. To reflect this disparity, the Veteran Background is divided into two types, Non-Combat Veterans and Combat Veterans.

 

 

 

...Want to read more? Please back out Kickstarter for Island of Ignorace - The Third Cthulhu Companion

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Hello everyone,

 

We’re really excited to share the news that Master Mythos Sculptor Joe Broers has finished work on the Golden Goblin Idol! Originally created by the author R.E. Howard in his mythos story The Black Stone, The Golden Goblin is an artifact steeped in mystery. Our Golden Goblin Idol is a limited edition collectable being produced exclusively for the Island of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion Kickstarter campaign. Only a dozen are ever going to be made available to the public and two of those have already been claimed. Golden Goblin Press would like to remind everyone that Mothers Day and Fathers Day are both right around the corner. We can’t think of a better gift than this!

 

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Congrats on hitting the project's $9k goal this weekend.

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Congrats on hitting the project's $9k goal this weekend.

 

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

 

Everyone here at Golden Goblin Press is thrilled to have reached this milestone! We look forward to bringing everyone the best Call of Cthulhu supplement we possibly can, but our work isn't done yet. We have many wonderful stretch goals to strive towards, enough to double the size of Island of Ignorance - The Third Cthulhu Companion.

 

But, as they say in Arkham Sanitarium, all work and no play makes an investigator indefinitely insane.

 

So this coming Saturday Golden Goblin Press will be visiting our friends at Myriad Games on Staten Island for our first public promotional event! Oscar Rios - President of Golden Goblin Press, and Sean Forster, executive minion, will be running games for Island of Ignorance - The Third Cthulhu Companion's backers. We'll be taking pictures, filming and doing some audio recordings at the event so our far off fans can also enjoy the event.

 

So please join us a Myriad Games: Staten Island 1650 Richmond Ave., Staten Island, New York 10314 (347-974-2637) from 5 pm until 11:30 pm this coming Saturday May 11th, 2013.

 

But with everything Golden Goblin Press does, there's a chance for peril, horror and doom. Cultists of the King In Yellow may attempt a summoning. If they succeed, He Who Should Not Be Named shall appear and bring madness, chaos and woe to all who behold his horrific visage. So yeah, good times!

 

Thank you all! We hope to see some of you this weekend.

 

Thank you also to Myriad Games, for the generous invitation!

 

Oscar Rios - President, Golden Goblin Press

 

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Behold! Evolution of the Golden Goblin Idol - The Movie! Ia Ia.

 

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Greetings everyone!

 

We’re thrilled to have reached our first stretch goal, A Terrible Inspiration! Art assignments are going out and coming in as we speak. I am confident that everyone will be both pleased and impressed with what we’ll have to offer. But that’s only the beginning. As promised we have just revealed the details of Stretch Goal #4; Together Again.

 

$12,250; Stretch Goal #4; Together Again – Two more new articles will be added to Island of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion. Written by Miskatonic River Press colleagues Tom Lynch and Oscar Rios, one describes a mystical artifact of Irem taken by Addul Alhazred, while the other takes a closer look at one of the most versatile and overlooked investigator professions.

 

The Silks of Irem by Tom Lynch - Few facts are known regarding the death of the Mad Arab, Abdul Alhazred. From his writings, it is clear that the mystic and poet was sensing something, an invisible pursuer which eventually caught him in a Damascus marketplace. After the attack, witnesses removed a large, elaborately embroidered silken cloth from around what was left of Alhazred’s corpse. The cloth was pristine, not even dusty, let alone torn or bloody. The patterns decorating the silk caused pain in the eyes of those viewing it, and made the sturdiest of men dizzy. What was this strange cloth? Where had it come from, and what did the mad Arab hope to achieve with it?

 

Raggedy Clothes and Out-Worn Shoes: A Look at the American Hobo by Oscar Rios – What is a hobo, where does he come from, and what makes him different from a bum or a tramp? Some considered the hobo a dangerous vagrant, others a harmless n’er-do-well. Hobos wandered the roads and rode the rails, finding refuge and persecution along the way. This article will discuss their origins and history, and their culture and lifestyle. It will also talk about hobo songs, signs, and slang, and will explain why hobos are perfectly suited to the life of a Mythos Investigator, presenting several new sub-occupations.

 

Thank you for backing the Island of Ignorance - The Third Cthulhu Companion Kickstarter.

 

Oscar Rios - President, Golden Goblin Press

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Greetings everyone,

 

This weekend’s promotional event went very well. Myriad Games – Staten Island were great hosts, and are a great gamer friendly store. If you need anything game related or a new hang out and are in Staten Island, definitely check them out.

 

Those participating in our events were all backer of the Island of Ignorance - The Third Cthulhu Companion, and I hope some of them chime in on the comment section on how they thought the event went. We had some mythos trivia to loosen up and then dove into a long detailed investigation of The Lonely Point Lighthouse. The investigators were pushed to the edge, at one point nearly turning on one another and walking away from the case before even arriving on the island, not to mention almost being run out of New London on a rail! It was a thrilling game to run, I got the impression the players felt the same way about playing it.

 

The evening ended with the players (not the investigators mind you, the players) summoning He Who Should Not Be Named. The King in Yellow showed up and killed them all. Ah, good times…

 

In other news interior art is chugging along beautifully. Map assignments may be going out as early as this week. Editorial work is underway for both Consumption and The Lonely Point Lighthouse scenarios. I should also be appearing on the next installment of the Miskatonic University Podcast, where I talk about the Golden Goblin Press, the Island of Ignorance - The Third Cthulhu Companion, Robert E. Howard, zombie batman and a future Golden Goblin Press’ project we've already started working on. Oh, and you'll all get to share in the moment when our project fully funded.

 

Yours in service to the darkness,

 

Oscar Rios – President, Golden Goblin Press.

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I had a great time Saturday night. I am always a Keeper so this was a blast to be a player. The trivia game was alot of fun and a good warm-up to the main event. I never knew I had such a high Cthulhu Mythos score personally. ;)

 

There certainly was alot of tension (in-game) and Oscar is a great Keeper as well as author. I played Simon Harper, the private investigator, who was responsible for nearly getting us driven out of New London by villagers with pitchforks and torches or worse. Maybe I was a little too determined in my quest to solve the mystery albeit it at any cost.

 

An interesting note: we players were amazed at the disparity (if that is the right term to use here) of the dice results all night. There were some criticals here and there but seemed to be alot more fumbles than I have ever seen during a session. I don't think I ever rolled so many high 90's on percentile dice. So much for my favorite set of dice that night. :(

 

If anyone is interested, I am starting a Call of Cthulhu game myself at Myriad Games (in Staten Island) around 5pm on Saturday, May 18. I have two players so far but a couple more would be more than welcome. Maybe we shouldn't summon The King in Yellow right away though. :)

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Check out the latest Miskatonic University Podcast, where I talk about Island of Ignorance - The Third Cthulhu Companion, Robert E. Howard, Zombie Batman and the next project being worked on at Golden Goblin Press.

 

http://www.mu-podcast.com/mu-podcast-031-golden-oscar/

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As we Goblins need to stick together, I got to hang out with our new friends at The Goblin Press! Take a listen to learn more about the Island of Ignorance - The Third Cthulhu Companion project.

 

http://goblinbeat.com/2013/05/080-oscar-rios-and-the-third-cthulhu-companion/

 

Also, here is a beautiful piece of interior art from the project, for The Lonely Point Lighthouse. Enjoy!

 

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And now the second stretch goal has been reached and there is less than two weeks to go. Get board while you still can!!!!

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Stretch Goal #2 Achieved as we move into the final Dozen Days!

 

The Island of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion has achieved its 2nd stretch goal! This means the Dark Gods and Dread Tomes material, two new articles by Tyler Hudak and Eckhart Hulsoff, are now officially part of the project! The book now has 50% more articles for a total of six. Both of these are already in house and ready for final edits. Also, these articles should have art assignments going out next week thanks to stretch goal #1, A Terrible Inspiration (+20% interior art). We can all look forward to an in-depth look at the servant of the Great Old One Bugg-Shash and a peak into the diary of a 18th century Serbian vampire hunter.

 

The Investigator Backer Levels are nearly all taken. Only four female and a single male Investigator remain available. If you’re thinking of backing at this level the sooner you act the more options will be available to you. Don’t miss out on choosing the face of one of the Heroes and Heroines of the Lovecraft Country. Only six NPC Backer Levels and five Gamer Backer Levels remain available.

 

We’ve updated the Kickstarter page to give more information about Stretch Goal #5, Side Trials.

 

Tomorrow we’ll be posting a special update from Jeffrey Moeller with a few words about the project’s next exciting stretch goal, Worst Vacation Ever and his scenario With Blue Uncertain Stumbling.

 

We’ve moved into the Kickstarter campaign’s final dozen days! Let’s try to spread the word and keep the momentum going!

 

Oscar Rios – President, Golden Goblin Press.

 

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/621718369/island-of-ignorance-the-third-cthulhu-companion

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Greetings everyone!

 

We here at Golden Goblin Press are excited to be working towards our biggest stretch goal so far. Stretch Goal #3 – Worst Vacation Ever will enlarge Island of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion by a fourth scenario!

 

Jeff Moeller has been writing and publishing highly regarded Call of Cthulhu scenarios and campaigns for 20 years, dating back to the early days of The Unspeakable Oath. He has done projects with Pagan Publishing (two scenarios in Mortal Coils: The Resurrected Volume 3: Out of the Vault), Chaosium (The Primal State and The Sevenfold Path), Arc Dream (several pieces for The Unspeakable Oath), and Sixtystone Press (the recently published Lost in the Lights). He also has upcoming projects that he can't talk about yet.

 

 

With Blue Uncertain Stumbling is set in Key West, Florida in the summer of 1926. Did you know that "Key West" is actually an English corruption of the Spanish name for the island, Caya Hueso, or Isle of Bones? This scenario is a dark, murderous ghost story, a highly detailed, challenging, multi-layered mystery which fleshes out a classic Mythos tome. It puts a fresh spin on a Mythos creature, and is well-suited for play with a small number of investigators. Grounded in a historical Key West occult legend, it provides thoroughly researched background material on Key West in 1926.

 

But what does the title mean? Its from the poem Dying by Emily Dickinson -

 

I heard a fly buzz when I died;

 

The stillness round my form

 

Was like the stillness in the air

 

Between the heaves of storm.

 

The eyes beside had wrung them dry,

 

And breaths were gathering sure

 

For that last onset, when the king

 

Be witnessed in his power.

 

I willed my keepsakes, signed away

 

What portion of me I

 

Could make assignable,-and then

 

There interposed a fly,

 

With blue, uncertain, stumbling buzz,

 

Between the light and me;

 

And then the windows failed,

 

and then I could not see to see.

 

We have just eleven days left of the campaign. Let’s get the word out and add a few more stretch goals to the project! We’d love to give everyone more content and value for their support and generous backing of Island of Ignorance – The Third Cthulhu Companion.

Thank You!

 

Oscar Rios – President, Golden Goblin Press

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I'd say "buy my book", but we're not there yet :-( Let's get there, that will make it (assuming you pledge at the bonus levels) a five scenario book plus gads of articles. Sammons, Rios, Aniolowski, Shireman, Harms, yours truly????, more and a murderer's row of authors for the "scenario monkey" contest....

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