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  1. So now that MoN and HotOE are out, which classic mega-campaign is planned to be the next one out for 7th edition & Pulp?
  2. There's a new Chaosium-licensed Call of Cthulhu video game on its way from Cyanide Studio: http://callofcthulhu-game.com I've created this thread for any future information about it (and to help stop any confusion with the Cthulhu-based video game coming out from Frogwares (The Sinking City) - whose story is being developed by @sda.
  3. Chaosium at NecronomiCon 2017 have announced that a new edition of Masks of Nyarlathotep is in the works with a planned 2018 release. The new version of the venerable campaign will be compatible with both Chaosium's Call of Cthulhu 7th edition and Pulp Cthulhu rules sets. It's reported on Twitter, so it must be true... Source: @AdamAlexander
  4. Just posted on Chaosium's website/facebook: (with a possible tie-in with Horror on the Orient Express) https://www.chaosium.com/reign-of-terror-pdf
  5. The 2018 ENnie Award nominations were announced today and Chaosium is delighted to have received eight nominations, including five for Call of Cthulhu releases: —BEST ADVENTURE: The Two-Headed Serpent —BEST ART COVER - Down Darker Trails —BEST MONSTER/ADVERSARY - Down Darker Trails —BEST PRODUCTION VALUES: The Grand Grimoire —BEST SUPPLEMENT: Reign of Terror plus —BEST FREE PRODUCT - RuneQuest Quickstart —BEST FAMILY PRODUCT - Khan of Khans —BEST RPG RELATED PRODUCT - Khan of Khans We're also delighted that Call of Cthulhu licensees were nominated: —BEST ART COVER: Harlem Unbound, Darker Hues —BEST ELECTRONIC BOOK: Hudson and Brand, Stygian Fox Publishing —BEST RULES: Harlem Unbound, Darker Hues —BEST SETTING: Harlem Unbound, Darker Hues —BEST WRITING: Harlem Unbound, Darker Hues —PRODUCT OF THE YEAR: Harlem Unbound, Darker Hues and congratulations to: —BEST PODCAST - Miskatonic University Podcast Congratulations and best of luck to all the nominees! Voting commences on July 11, and the winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on August 3rd at Gen Con.
  6. The Köln Machinations is available now as a PDF. Hardcover and softcover versions will follow soon. It's 1610. All of Europe teeters on the brink of war. The Köln Machinations is a Clockwork & Cthulhu adventure for 4-8 adventurers, set in The Rhine River Valley in The Holy Roman Empire, in the Year of Our Lord 1610. The Köln Machinations is the sequel to The Heydelberg Horror and part of the A Clockwork of Orange campaign. Designed for Clockwork & Chivalry Core Rulebook 2nd Edition.
  7. Some with long memories may remember my old thread: Call of Cthulhu Starter Kits? – well it seems 12 years on Chaosium are planning a Call of Cthulhu Starter Set. Source: https://www.magicmadhouse.co.uk/chaosium-call-of-cthulhu-7th-edition-starter-set-p291956/
  8. Chaosium, Inc., publisher of the celebrated roleplaying games Call of Cthulhu and RuneQuest, announces the relaunch of their fiction program. The Chaosium fiction line originally launched in 1992 and was suspended in 2015 during a general company restructuring. Subsequently, Chaosium management brought on publishing and gaming industry veteran James Lowder as a consulting editor to help resolve any outstanding contract and payment issues with authors, editors, and artists. Lowder then drafted new, creator-friendly contracts for the department, worked with SFWA to register the company as a qualifying professional market, and then commissioned a schedule of new, creator-owned fiction releases, in both print and e-book formats. With the line’s relaunch, Lowder will assume the title executive editor of fiction for Chaosium. James Lowder's previous editorial experience includes serving as the Forgotten Realms and Ravenloft fiction line editor for TSR, executive editor for Green Knight’s Arthurian fiction program, and freelance editor for dozens of novels and anthologies. Lowder has also written several bestselling dark fantasy novels, as well as short fiction, comic book scripts, critical essays, and roleplaying game material. His work as an editor and author has received five Origins Awards and two ENnie Awards, and been among the finalists for the International Horror Guild Award and the Stoker Award. “I’ve been a regular reader of Chaosium’s fiction releases since the line’s inception and look forward to adding new works to the already-impressive catalog,” Lowder notes. “For many years Chaosium was a leading publisher of classic Mythos fiction reprints, along with original Mythos-steeped anthologies and novels. Given the current Mythos renaissance in pop culture, it’s a great time for the line to return.” Chaosium to release three new fiction titles in 2018 In SEPTEMBER, the humorous picture book H.P. Lovecraft’s Dagon for Beginning Readers, by R.J. Ivankovic; Dagon is a follow-up to Ivankovic’s popular H.P. Lovecraft’s Call of Cthulhu for Beginning Readers, also published by Chaosium. Cover by R.J. Ivankovic. In OCTOBER, Sisterhood: Dark Tales and Secret Histories, a trade paperback anthology of horror and Mythos stories set in female religious communities around the globe and across the centuries. Sisterhood is edited by Nate Pedersen and features stories penned by some of the genre’s leading female voices, including Nadia Bulkin, Livia Llewellyn, Molly Tanzer, Sun Yung Shin, Penelope Love, and Damien Angelica Walters. Cover by Liv Rainey-Smith and Inkspiral Designs. Finally, in NOVEMBER, the trade paperback The Leaves of a Necronomicon, a braided novel revealing the fates of the doomed owners of one particular copy of that infamous cursed tome. Leaves is edited by Shirley Jackson Award-winning editor Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. and features stories by Nick Mamatas, S.P. Miskowski, Jeffrey Thomas, Anna Tambour, and Michael Cisco. In 2019, Chaosium’s Mythos and weird fiction titles—which will eventually include anthologies, novels, novellas, single-author collections, and select non-fiction—will see release on a roughly quarterly schedule, along with other special fiction and non-fiction projects scattered throughout the year. All titles will be available through traditional book channels, as well as through game shops, DriveThruFiction.com, and the Chaosium website. https://www.chaosium.com/blogchaosium-announces-fiction-program-relaunch
  9. While the Arkham Gazette is looking for all kinds of content, there is one item that I’m especially interested in currently: short items of historical or occult interest (and perhaps bearing some hint of the Mythos) that we’ve dubbed “Curios”. Curios, as a particular category, were suggested to me by layout impresario and illustrator Chris Huth, who described them thusly: https://sentinelhillpress.com/2018/07/09/call-for-submissions-curios/
  10. An exciting new partnership announced today: Call of Cthulhu & Syrinscape: Call of Cthulhu games often involve creating more of an immersive experience than many other types of games. Just like our games often feature elaborate handouts and props, we have also noticed that our players often crave soundtracks that help build that sense of unease, suspense and dread at the gaming table, punctuated by moments of horror and excitement! Syrinscape's sounds provide exactly that, and we are proud to be partnering with them, says Chaosium president, Rick Meints. More details here: https://www.chaosium.com/blogcall-of-cthulhu-coming-to-syrinscape
  11. Over on the Cthulhu Reborn blog, we have recently announced our next freebie PDF book, Convicts & Cthulhu. This is a 50,000+ word sourcebook which aims to provide CoC Keepers and players to run scenarios and campaigns set in the earliest eras of Australian history -- the "convict era". We will be releasing some sneak peeks and previews over the next few weeks, with the full product (hopefully) being available for general release in June. You can see the archive of all Convicts & Cthulhu related postings/previews by clicking this link. At the moment there's just the initial announcement, but more material is coming soon. Dean (from Adelaide)
  12. We are pleased to show off the cover of our release for Free RPG Day, coming up in June. SCRITCH SCRATCH is by Lynne Hardy, our associate line editor for Call of Cthulhu. It's a modern-day scenario which includes six ready-to-play investigators and a whole mess of rats. Look out for it at participating FLGSs on Free RPG Day! Cover art is by Joel Holtzman.
  13. To say farewell to YSDC's beloved Postcard thread, I thought I'd offer to swap postcards with interested readers: https://sentinelhillpress.com/2018/06/29/shp-summer-postcard-swap/ In a nutshell - send up a postcard (address at link above) and we will send one back showing off the cover of Arkham Gazette #4 plus some small preview of that forthcoming issue.
  14. 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
  15. 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!
  16. 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.
  17. Spiralis Here's the new working title for my hack of Cthulhu Dark. It's very similar, but with more stat and dice options, tuned specifically to run mini-campaigns of two to six sessions (my preferred experience, both as a player and Keeper). Sharing here both for general feedback, and (I hope) to head off any snafus involving the title already being in use (oops!). This is the free one-sheet edition; ashcan coming in the next few weeks. Thanks for reading! 06 Vertical Booklet NEW.pdf
  18. Karloff

    Hocus Pocus

    A short while back I released my scenario The Man Downstairs via DriveThru RPG's Miskatonic Repository. I've been working on a sequel, Hocus Pocus, and I'm pleased to announce that it's out on DriveThru as of this week! Hocus Pocus Famous Harlem stage magician Benjamin Rucker needs your help. A rival, the self-styled King of the Cats, has a new routine and it's cutting into Rucker's bottom line. Just what is that mummy-thing the King has on display? Why does it seem to move under its own power? This scenario pits the investigators against minions of an Outer God, and all of New York may be forfeit if they fail. The King of the Cats thinks he has his Children of the Sphynx under his control, but the Children have their own instructions. The city will obey, or it will be wiped off the face of the Earth - unless the investigators step in.
  19. This project looks GREAT! It is about time Cthulhu by Gaslight got some love. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/stephaniemcalea/hudson-and-brand-inquiry-agents-of-the-obscure
  20. Dear All, I present you an original heroic fantasy-Lovecraftian horror themed setting, that also offers miniatures playables for any kind of Mythos game: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/346391200/spoils-of-kadath-miniatures-game More of the minis on the website: http://www.grim-forge.com/spoils-of-kadath/miniatures-preview/nggallery/page/1
  21. This just popped up retweeted by @ramseycampbell1, a new publication due out from PS Publishing regarding Nigel Kneale that may be of interest: We are the Martians, conceived, compiled and edited by Neil Snowdon, is a multi-contributor celebration of the life and works of the incomparable Nigel Kneale. Foreword – Mark Gatiss Introduction – Neil Snowdon King Of Hauntology – Mark Chadbourn The Literary Kneale – Tim Lucas The Quatermass Conception – Stephen Bissette A Conversation With Judith Kerr – Neil Snowdon On Nigel Kneale – Ramsey Campbell The Quatermass Legacy: A Personal Reflection On Kneale And His Influence – David Pirie Creeping Unknown Pt1: Wuthering Heights, The Crunch, Nineteen Eighty Four – Kim Newman Phenomena Badly Observed, And Wrongly Explained: Quatermass, The Pit, And Me – John Llewellyn Probert Under The Influence – Maura McHugh A Conversation With Joe Dante – Neil Snowdon Brief Encounter – Stephen Laws Adaptation And Anger, Or The Nigel Kneale-John Osbourne Synthesis – Richard Harland Smith ‘The Promised End’ Nigel Kneale’s Lost Masterpiece from 1963: The Road – Jonathan Rigby A Conversation With Mark Gatiss – Neil Snowdon Cool The Audience, Cool The World: Media, Mind Control & The Modern Family – Kier-La Janisse Pushing The Door He Unlocked: Ghostwatch And The Stone Tape – Stephen Volk Beasts: An Overview – Mark Morris It Would Have Been Suckled, You Know’: Beasts And ‘Baby’ An Appreciation – Jeremy Dyson Quatermass: Rebirth & Ressurection – Jez Winship The Quatermass Conclusion: An Interview With Nigel Kneale – David Sutton. Creeping Unknown Pt2: Kinvig – Kim Newman In Pursuit Of Unhappy Endings: Chris Burt & Herbert Wise on The Woman In Black – Tony Earnshaw Where’s Kneale When You Need Him – Thana Niveau Creeping Unknown Pt3: Sharpe’s Gold & Kavanagh QC – Kim Newman On Wishing For A Nigel Kneale Childhood – Lynda E. Rucker Appendix: The Big, Big Giggle with introduction by Nigel Kneale. Acknowledgements Index ... it’s now on the PS Publishing schedule for "early" 2017. Source: http://www.pspublishing.co.uk/blog/2017/01/13/we-are-the-martians-the-legacy-of-nigel-kneale/
  22. Alone Against the Dark, Matt Costello's solo play Call of Cthulhu mini campaign, is available now in print at Chaosium.com. First released over thirty years ago, this new edition has been completely revised and updated for Call of Cthulhu 7th edition by Mike Mason, with new illustrations and player aids (color softcover, B&W interior). Note: print version currently from our US warehouse only. Alone Against the Dark is also available in PDF. [Web links unobfuscated. ~Mod.]
  23. Chaosium will be at C2E2 Comic & Entertainment Expo in Chicago, and GameStorm, the "premier Portland area game convention", this this weekend, Friday 6th - Sunday 8th April. We'll have a booth at each site selling a wide array of Chaosium titles, including the just-released print versions of Alone Against the Dark and The Eleven Lights. Chaosium president Rick Meints, COO Neil Robinson and fiction line editor James Lowder will be at C2E2. Todd, our director of organised play, and his team will be running sessions of Call of Cthulhu in the organized play area at Gamestorm. There will also be previews of the new RuneQuest run throughout the event.
  24. Hi all, Finally got the 7th edition Keeper and Investigator books. I really like them. Tried to look for info on possible "7th edition" Cthulhu by Gaslight, but did not find anything. Is there such a thing in the making? I would really like to see it done with same production values as the latest CoC. And again: if there is already a topic that has the answers I am looking for, please, do tell me. (You are also allowed to make fun of my mad search skillz.)
  25. Hi All, I'm looking for someone to take a look over the first part of a scenario I hope to publish through the Miskatonic Repository and via my unboundbook.org website. Fair warning, it is quite rough and likely full of typos - that plus I have a tendency to lose interest in projects I start (sorry, its just my nature). That said, if anyone is interested in reading over the first 30-odd pages and giving some brief feedback, feel free to drop me a PM. Marcus
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