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    Can't get enough of the new edition of Masks of Nyarlathotep? Now shipping from the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society is a box of over 100 in-game props for Chaosium's classic Call of Cthulhu campaign.


    On pre-order since June, the 4 lb box is available to purchase immediately at the full retail price of $129 USD, so if you're after some realistic faux documents and props at a quality the HPLHS is known for, you can enhance your game at the table with this extensive collection.


    Masks of Nyarlathotep - Gamer Prop Set

    What's included:

    • All 109 prop documents, handouts, and maps from the Chaosium game supplement, designed and printed in the most realistic manner possible.
    • Twenty-one more bonus props.
    • An Ediphone wax cylinder case that holds a custom USB drive containing eight props that are audio files recorded by professional actors (transcripts included).
    • A set of 6 Nansen Passports issued by the League of Nations and a set of custom passport stamps .


    Available as a physical product only, except the audio which is provided in digital format.


    Price: $129 USD


    Source: https://store.hplhs.org/products/masks-of-nyarlathotep-gamer-prop-set


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    HHS’s has anybody had a shipping notification yet??

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    Not heard anyone receiving shipping confirmation as yet. They'll have them on sale at Gen Con today (but at a higher price than the pre-order).



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    Oh man alive! It's a good thing I don't get to go to Gen Con. They have a leatherette version of the new Runequest at the booth too...


    That would be several 100 quid flying out my wallet at that one booth.

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    I went to one of these conventions back in the '90s with my brother -- it took my bank account about a year to recover!  ;-)

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    If I put in a little overtime....

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