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    The Unspeakable Oath #25


    Issue #25 of The Unspeakable Oath has just been released. TUO #25 marks the final issue under the publisher's old subscription model, with a promise of the magazine being resurrected in a new (as yet unannounced) format.


    You can pick up all 68 pages of TUO #25 in both PDF and print via DriveThruRPG, now.


    The Unspeakable Oath #25

    With strange aeons, even death may die. But The Unspeakable Oath never will. This 25th issue brings you artefacts, tomes, and scenario seeds for Call of Cthulhu...four Delta Green scenarios (three short and sharp, one sprawling and lurid)...Delta Green features on privacy (or the lack thereof) and tactics for agents... and gripping explorations of the webs of Atlach-Nacha.


    Source: http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/248043/The-Unspeakable-Oath-25--ARC6009


    Price: $5.99 USD (PDF), $14.99 USD (Print)

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    I wonder if the hinted-at new format for TUO will involve a more Patreon-style model?

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    Very glad to see this. Has anyone else who paid for it via subscription received their copy yet?

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    Mine's been printed and I was notified today that it's on the way!
    Should see it in a few days.

    I have the PDF around here somewhere...


    And, I would TOTALLY support a TUO Patreon, fo' sho'.


    - Bill

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    Patreon now confirmed, moving to the platform in September. See 11m:30s in.



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