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  1. Not sure how many have seen this one yet, but Golden Goblin's re envisioning of the Cthulhu Invictus setting for 7th Edition is now kickstarting until the Ides of March (15th).
  2. A quick note from Susan, our board games line editor: Exciting news—our next board game is close! Last year, after some 25 years away, Chaosium got back into boardgames. This first foray brought together German board game wizard Reiner Knizia and "the Grand Shaman of Games" himself Greg Stafford, for the family game Khan of Khans set in the mythic world of Glorantha. Very soon we'll be back with a Kickstarter for our first Lovecraftian board game since 1987! I'm excited to be working with Reiner again, exploring the world of horror in a fast-paced, fun-filled, push-your-luck game. Set in the treacherous and terrifying Restricted Collection of Miskatonic University's Orne Library, the game features grimoires, elder signs, academic politics and madness — and that endlessly renewable resource, graduate students! When the time comes we hope you'll join us on our journey by supporting this Kickstarter and make the Miskatonic University game a reality! BTW, you may recall we had a prototype of the game at UKGE last year: here's Mike Mason, Paul Fricker and Lynne Hardy giving it a go (the finished game has the same mechanics but looks much better, once again thanks to the design work of Ian O'Toole) KS link added: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/448333182/miskatonic-university-the-restricted-collection-bo
  3. Hello Lovecraft fans! The year is 1958. Intelligence reports from the USSR have confirmed what was already suspected: during the aftermath of the Second World War, soviet troops recovered highly classified Nazi documents describing anomalous activity at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, on the North Atlantic Ridge. After being lost for many years, the documents have now been examined by leading soviet scientists, and preparations for a top secret expedition are fast under way. The U.S. Navy sprung to action. Committees were formed, the best submariners pulled from active duty and expert scientists from all fields sworn to silence and put through basic training. The USS Salem, a Gato-class submarine and veteran of WW2, was painstakingly retrofitted for the most dangerous naval mission since the war... a deep dive under the roiling ocean, to investigate the mysteries of the abyss. Now crowdfunding on Indiegogo! Stirring Abyss is an upcoming PC game featuring turn-based squad tactics, deep ocean exploration, and Lovecraftian storytelling (especially inspired by The Temple). You take control of the expedition following a mysterious accident that leaves them crippled at the bottom of the ocean, with most of the crew dead or mysteriously missing. As the crew ventures out in search of their crewmates and vital supplies, they realize they've landed amidst the ruins of a hitherto unknown civilization... and they're not alone. Story Trailer - Gameplay Trailer - Website All three of the devs working on Stirring Abyss are big fans of Lovecraft and the mythos. I'm personally doing the writing, and while the game is not directly related to the mythos I've tried to keep the themes and style both in line with what the master himself built. I've always felt it's a bit cheap to just shove direct references into a game and call it Lovecraftian, so while there are references they are more subtle. The story itself is entirely original. Screenshots: If you have any questions I'd be happy to answer. Thanks for checking out our game!
  4. I have an embroidered patch set featuring Cthulhu, Dagon and an Elder Thing on Kickstarter. Also available are buttons, stickers and art prints.
  5. Just thought I'd flag that the Drabblecast (podcast) has returned from its hiatus and is currently on Kickstarter as part of its reboot.: For those who aren't familiar its a podcast providing "Strange stories by strange authors for strange listeners" which should appeal to quite a few folks here I'd have thought.. They also do a Lovecraft month with both readings of HPL and new commissioned work: https://www.drabblecast.org/tag/lovecraft-month/ It ran for 10 years and then sadly disapeared aboth a year and a half ago. The kickstarter looks to be about them back on their feet and continuing to provide more weirdness.
  6. Time to mention (again) that the latest of Delphes Desvoivres' amazing props Kickstarters is currently underway and is funded, but she's hoping for enough contributors to gain the Stretch Goal for a mock-up of "the Larvae that crawled into the abdomen of men. Yum!" (as Delphes phrases it in her Stretch Goal write-up!) This one is a set of props for the Peru chapter of the new MoN campaign for 7th edition. If the $919.00 (plus shipping) that HPLHS is asking for their Masks of Nyarlathotep Super Deluxe Radio Play is a bit much all at once, you can still get props (many of them the exact same ones as offered by the HPLHS, plus others) from Delphes. Among other things, she's offering the Golden Mirror, the Ward of the Pyramid, and the Pendant of Tiwanaku, which means almost every major item from the Peru Chapter will be there. There's still seven days to go, so if you're interested in running an incredible MoN campaign, go on over and take a look at this offering.
  7. We at the Sons of the Singularity (“SoS”) are excited to announce the launching of our kick starter for “The Sassoon Files”. The Sassoon Files will be a set of scenarios and campaign resources for Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition and GUMSHOE rpgs set in historical 1920s Shanghai; an international city of intrigue, espionage, style and violence. (Intended for mature gamers only.) Please check out the KS at:
  8. The long-awaited Masks of Nyarlathotep Companion Kickstarter is now live! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/482503977/masks-of-nyarlathotep-companion Please use this thread for comments on this Kickstarter. Many thanks.
  9. Hey everyone! We at Stygian Fox are excited and proud to announce that the Kickstarter for our latest project, Occam's Razor, has gone live! This will be a collection of six scenarios, written by Brian M. Sammons and edited by Lisa Padol, each in the modern era. The twist here, is that each scenario has a mundane catalyst and conclusion, rather than a Mythos one. Per the description: We launched the Kickstarter earlier today, and we've already zoomed past our first four stretch goals! We hope you'll join us in helping bring this latest collection of scenarios to life! Cheers, -=Badger
  10. Not sure if anyone has seen this yet, but we've got a new Stygian Fox kickstarter......
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    Book of Nine Scribes

    Just spotted this in my KickStarter suggestions' and I can't find a mention of it here: Lovecraft / Cthulhu based Spell Book "Book of Nine Scribes" – A hand-made spell book inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft and his Great Old Ones (like Cthulhu) written by the "Nine Scribes". They did a book last year, apparently. 9 days left. It's very lovely, but it ain't cheap.
  12. Golden Goblin Press' new Kickstarter has just launched. You have one book with 3 scenarios (with the possibility of a 4th one as a stretch goal) set in Egypt, Rome, Medieval France and a Cat council for 1920s Kingsport (were scenario 4 will be set it would seem). The second book is a compilation of 12 stories, with a possibility of 4 more with stretch goals.
  13. Hi This is the kickstarter page for Eldritch Century. A sci-fi retrofuturistic universe with cosmic horror elements. This campaign focuses on resin miniatures of monstrous creatures, but there will be games and an RPG in future campaigns. This is our fist chance to show you the setting and some of the creatures. We are above 90% with 25 days to go. Consider pledging any amount. You can get a one-shot RPG scenario and a primer to the setting in PDF starting at 1dollar.
  14. I'd hadn't seen this Kickstarter mentioned yet: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cmon/cthulhu-death-may-die It's being done by CMON (they've already done a lot of successful miniature games that I've been happy with) and it's up to $2 mil. I mostly plan to use their miniatures and tiles for my CoC games, so the fact that they have so many investigator miniatures works well for me... especially since I already have plenty of monster miniatures (but no investigators) from Cthulhu Wars.
  15. Howdy, All! So, I'm pretty excited. A bunch of good fiction out there, a game book almost out the door...and a brand new Kickstarter just launched! We've gathered a bunch of very talented people, and are creating a brand new setting for Call of Cthulhu and BRP: Punktown Check out the Kickstarter page for more info, but feel free to post questions and comments here. We'll respond as often as we can! Wish us luck (and pledge, please!) Thank you!
  16. 1816 : The Year Without Summer - Unredacted Cthulhu Almanac A pseudo historical based anthology of cosmic horror inspired short stories based on real people and events set in the year 1816. Thought I'd give this a signal boost, as it may well interest other site members. Twelve fabulous five thousand word Mythos inspired short stories, one per month, filter true events through a macabre mythos lens and attempt to reinterpret some of the years (1816) most significant events that shaped the world. KiskStarter ending July 3rd. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1950612744/1816-the-year-without-summer-unredacted-cthulhu-al?ref=project_tweet 1816 was a year unlike any other and without question it shaped the decades and centuries to come. Most believe the palatable bland narratives of their history books, however the true explanations behind the various causes and events of that year were far more horrifying than they could possibly realise. Stories told from alternative and unexpected viewpoints and situated from all around the world ensure that this anthology is both unique yet still holding true to the overall core values in terms of the atmosphere, entities and timeline established by HP Lovecraft and expanded upon by his inner circle of fellow writers in what has been termed the expanded Cthulhu Mythos universe. This anthology offers the breakthrough collection of stories that fans of the genre have been waiting for, a collection that is more than just rehashing the same ideas of grizzled private investigators defeating cultists or deep ones in the overly saturated time period of the 1920s & 30s.
  17. "In C: DMD, players take on the role of Investigators who have just come to a conclusion on their latest case, and the reality is terrifying. At the start of the game, Cultists have already started an unstoppable ritual that will summon an Elder One, a god from a place beyond time and space. They have been in a death-like slumber for eons, but now they’re stirring, and before the night is over, they will arrive. The only hope is for the Investigators to disrupt the ritual enough so that when the ancient deity arrives, for a brief moment, it’s mortal. It’s not much of a plan, but it’s the best they’ve got." https://cmon.com/news/cthulhu-death-may-die-overview Discussion, pics, videoes on Dakka : https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/756867.page
  18. While trawling Kickstarter, I recently noticed a newly-listed campaign for "Harlem Unbound, a Cthulhu roleplaying game sourcebook which I haven't seen previously publicized here on YSDC. The campaign aims to produce a book which seems aimed at both Call of Cthulhu and Trail of Cthulhu / Gumshoe ... from the look of their write-up it sounds like the publishers, Darker Hue Studios, have recently become a Chaosium licensee. The more the merrier, I say There's quite a lot of info over on the KS page, but in a nutshell "Harlem Unbound" describes itself as: Harlem Unbound is a unique RPG sourcebook that takes players into the exciting world of the Harlem Renaissance at its height, to face terrifying horrors from the Lovecraftian Mythos. This groundbreaking tome gives Keepers and players everything they need to bring this unique place and time to life, and engage with the people who gave it its soul. Harlem Unbound is compatible with multiple systems, with options for investigating the Mythos on New York's jazz-soaked streets using either Chaosium's Call of Cthulhu RPG or any of the several GUMSHOE-powered investigative RPGs by Pelgrane Press. This sourcebook flips the standard Lovecraftian view of minorities on its head, putting them in the role of heroes who must struggle against cosmic horrors while also fighting for a chance at equality. By default, the protagonists of Harlem Unbound are African American, not white (which is the standard assumption found in Lovecraftian fiction). Our heroes and heroines come from all walks of life with regard to class, ethnicity, race, religion, gender and sexual orientation. I'm sure this will be interesting to some YSDCers ... I'm intrigued enough to back it at a low-ish level. I do wonder whether they might regret offering the add-on cigarette lighter to ship anywhere in the world. Customs can be worse than any shoggoth Dean (from Adelaide)
  19. The Kickstarter for Welcome to Miskatonic University has launched! These are modern tales from that most iconic of strange and magical New England institutions, Miskatonic University. In the third of our anthologies exploring a more modern Cthulhu Mythos, this time we're telling tales where it intersects with modern small town life and academics. This will create a minimum of one anthology, but there were so many great stories that there's a second anthology, It Came from Miskatonic University, right behind it to unlock. And additional goodies, like My Miskatonic, a guidebook to Arkham and the university. So many wonderful contributors, you're bound to already know some but also to find new favorites. You can even have your likeness turned into a portrait illustration by artist Yves Tourigny. Plus there're stickers, posters, buttons, squid hats, critiques, hand-bound special editions, and maybe even another open call. Authors in Welcome to Miskatonic University: Marcus Chan, "Like Candles in a Passing Breeze" Elliot Cooper, "The Needle's Eye of Nothingness" Kristi DeMeester, "The Long Hour" Scott R. Jones, "The Steeplechase" Brenda Kezar, "Wyrd Science" Gwendolyn Kiste, "A Lost Student's Handbook for Surviving the Abyss" K.G. McAbee, "The Official Inquiry into the Waite-Gilman-Carter Antarctic Expedition Sponsored by Miskatonic University and the Unfortunate Conclusion Thereof" Bennett North, "Glory Night" Brandon O'Brien, "Some Muses Are Not Gentle" Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., "Beyond the Surface" Liz Schriftsteller, "Through Cryptic Caverns, the Shoggoths Come at Night" Nate Southard, "Something Beautiful" Authors in It Came from Miskatonic University: Dani Atkinson, "Between the Holes" Mary Berman, "Ordinary People" Jennifer Brozek, "The Librarian's Handbook" Jacqueline Bryk, "Gills" Richard Lee Byers, "Student Body" S.L. Edwards, "Office Hours and After" Lynne Hardy, "Identity Crisis" David Kammerzelt, "Intermediate Yithian" Tonya Liburd, "Fear of a Black Planet" Matt Maxwell, "The Kingdom of Is" Chuck Regan, "The Secret Trials of Jared Bloom" Angela Slatter, "Reading Off the Curriculum" Oliver Smith, "Mowbray's Museum" Dawn Vogel, "Hashtag TPE" And Michael Bukowski did the amazing cover illustration. (Authors are listed alphabetically. The final TOC is still to be determined.) As we move along in the campaign, I'll be interviewing our creative partners and showing off their work and unveiling new possible designs (whether for stickers or bookmarks or buttons or even new covers or maybe even hats!) and even explaining why I decided to split the stories into two anthologies. I'll also be giving a taste of what it's like building an anthology and show you a little of the behind-the-scenes work. If you've enjoyed one of our previous anthologies (or other books!) or are just curious about what's going on, I hope you'll go check out what we're building and even become a part of it. >>COME SEE our Kickstarter - Welcome to Miskatonic University from Broken Eye Books
  20. Not sure if anyone has seen this one from Stygian Fox yet..... https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/stephaniemcalea/new-tales-of-the-miskatonic-valley-2ed-for-call-of I’m not gonna be backing this one as I have the original, but if you haven’t... It’s almost funded after just a few hours live!
  21. Horrors of War: A Covenant with Death A collection of scenarios for the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game, set during the nightmare of the Great War, 1914-1918. Pagan Publishing is a small, award-winning publisher of role-playing games, specializing in books and supplements for the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game. Through this Kickstarter we intend bring a new series of Call of Cthulhu role-playing game books to life- Horrors of War! Horrors of War will be a series of Call of Cthulhu scenario anthologies set during wartime. The first book in this series "Horrors of War: A Covenant with Death," is a sourcebook and scenario anthology set during the Great War, 1914-1918. We are launching this Kickstarter to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War on August 1st, 2014. For the past seven years John H. Crowe and I have been designing and running Call of Cthulhu scenarios set during the Great War. You may have heard some of mine recorded as actual play podcasts over at Role-Playing Public Radio. Now we're ready to begin releasing, what we expect will be, several Horrors of War volumes focused on the Great War. Later volumes of Horrors of War will focus on other conflicts in other times. This first book, "A Covenant With Death," will be a generalist book on the Great War and will include 8 scenarios, sourcebook material on the weapons and gear of the Great War, Air-combat rules, rules for creating both professional and citizen soldiers, and a Great War timeline, glossary and an extensive bibliography. All eight scenarios use the 6th Edition rules for Chaosium's Call of Cthulhu role playing game. The book will be produced as an 8.5" x 11" softcover, with glossy color exteriors and grisly grayscale interior artwork. Right now the edited material tops out at just about 200,000 words. While the scenarios are written and playt ested, Horrors of War still needs to be laid out, illustrated, proofed and printed. The money we raise here will go towards commissioning art, paying layout artists, and, finally, printing and shipping the book to our backers. Our intention is to release "Horrors of War: A Covenant with Death" by February of 2015. In the interim, we will be releasing, exclusively to our backers, a PDF sneak peak of "Horrors of War" in the form of "Death From Above." This fully illustrated and laid out PDF document will include a scenario set aboard a zeppelin, another scenario set aboard a bi-wing bomber, air combat rules and aircraft templates. "Death from Above" will be made available to our backers by December 24, 2014, just in time for the Centennial of the 1914 Christmas Truce on the Western Front. We've tried to ensure that the players can represent every nationality involved in the Great War. We have scenarios where they can play British, Belgian, French, German, Russian, American, Italian, Austro-Hungarian, Czechoslovak, Portuguese and Serbian characters, with Romanian, Bulgarian and Turkish options in the works. Most of those will be represented in the first book, "A Covenant with Death." Check out our rewards and our stretch goals. And keep checking back. There may be additions made over time. As mentioned earlier, you can check out the Great War Call of Cthulhu games I recorded with the folks from Role Playing Public Radio at the following URLs. Click here for "Dig to Victory." Click here for "Uboote Heraus part 1" and here for "Uboote Heraus part 2." Here for "The Night Mission." Here for "Shadows of Leuven." And Here for "The Iron Devil." Not all these scenarios will appear in "A Covenant with Death," but feel free to chime in and let us know which ones you'd most like to see. And do keep in mind that these are playtests. The final products may be quite different. Thank you again, and I look forward to delivering to you "Horrors of War: A Covenant With Death," the first installment of our Horrors of War series.
  22. It occured to me this morning that this might be of interest to Cthulhu players. Crooked Dice, makers of 7TV - a miniatures skirmish game based on classic 60's and 70's adventure TV and movies - currently have a kickstarter for an Whicker Man style expansion called Children of the Field. Some great cultist figures as well as animated scarecrows and sinister looking Morris Dancers and masked villagers. It's almost over but I'm certain the miniatures will be available to purchase from their store afterwards. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1039850061/children-of-the-fields-folk-horror-28mm-miniatures Wayne PS - whilst this wasn't intended to promote the Kickstarter, apologies if it should have gone in Market Place instead. :/
  23. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1744629938/hellboy-the-board-game/description 29 days to go and easily over it's target - it looks like it's primarily based on the earlier comics, so there's a plethora of Deep One-esque minatures in the standard pledge, along with a handful of large tentacled things. I'm entirely unassociated with this, but I've backed a few things by Mantic before, and they've always been reliable and punctual in delivering backer rewards
  24. Another week, another Cthulhu themed game. But as I trawled Kickstarter this one looked pretty interesting: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/217570777/i-am-the-fourth-wall-asymmetrical-cthulhu-horror-c?ref=discovery&term=Cthulhu
  25. The Second of the three Props of Nyarlathotep Kickstarters by Delphes Desvoivres, this one covering some of the props useful for the New York and Kenya chapters, is now live. It kicked off about 16 and a half hours ago, and funded within an hour and a half. The Stretch Goals look pretty good too. So check it out. You can find it here. The "Early Bird" pledges are a pretty good deal, given the quality of her work (if you have the Sedefkar Simulacrum that she created, I need say no more), and one of the Early Bird offers can get you all the goodies from the London/Cairo prop Kickstarter she did earlier in the year. I have that one, and can speak to the quality of the props, if anyone wants to know. Interestingly, the Early Bird offers have a "time limit" (within 48 hours of the start of the campaign) as opposed to a "number of backers" limit (with the exception of the one offering the props from the last Kickstarter -- that one is good for 72 hours, but only 5 people can get it; presumably because she only has that many complete sets of props left). Plus you can still add on a copy of the Eye of Light and Darkness from the long defunct Ben Patey fiasco -- which is the only part of that one I ever saw, because Delphes forced the issue and made sure we got it; but it's a great piece of sculpture! And the Early Bird is a pretty good deal, price-wise; cuts almost 60 Euros from the price -- enough to make up for the shipping to the USA for me, with about 30 Euros left over for "extras" if I want them! Not sure if anyone else has said anything here yet (though I know Delphes is a member), so here it is. (If you need to merge this with another topic, Paul, please do so!)
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