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  1. The H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society is running a Spring Sale from April 19th to 22nd with 20% off on all orders of two or more items. Highlights from their Games & Props section include: digital files for handouts/templates Vol. 1 & Vol. 3; their font set; props for Horror on the Orient Express and Masks of Nyarlathotep; and more adventures in Arkham County props. They're also selling the slipcase of the new Masks of Nyarlathotep, separately or as a combo deal with their prop set. Or you can go all-out and splurge on the famous Angell Box prop set or the Super Deluxe Limited Edition of Masks of Nyarlathotep (Dark Adventure Radio Theater, props, costume, campaign journal).
  2. In a widely expected move, the HPLHS have announced that their next Dark Adventure Radio Theatre Call of Cthulhu campaign audio adaptation will be Chaosium's Masks of Nyarlathotep. Due out this summer around the same time as the print edition of the new CoC7e version of Masks, i.e. for Gen Con - early August. The HPLHS refuse to be drawn as to whether there will also be a deluxe edition (as with 2016's DART: Brotherhood of the Beast). I'm sure it would be jolly nice if there was. No details on pricing yet but Masks is a big campaign to adapt, especially with the rumours of what's in Chaosium's new 2018 edition.
  3. Now in our 19th year, 2017 sees a few changes coming up for "Olde Yoggie" and one of those is the re-opening of our Little Shop of Cosmic Horrors under the moniker of "Arkham Market" which will offer items created by the fine artisan shoggoths we host in our dungeons. Initially we're re-activating some of our previous stock items (which will include the notorious well received Lovecraftian Letters), but look out for new and exclusive items as we head further into the year. Your browser does not support the audio element.
  4. For sale, The Star Chamber, Delta Green Scenario. In good condition £6 Posted, PayPal.
  5. Blackwater Creek, one of the scenarios from the Call of Cthulhu Keeper Screen - now available on Fantasy Grounds. This is a great 7th Edition introductory adventure for a group of university associates or for a group of criminal bootleggers (hey, could be one in the same...)
  6. YSDC folks who like using period (1920s-style) newspaper props to inspire or enhance their games of Lovecraftian dread, might be interested in a new product released yesterday by we mad cultists at Cthulhu Reborn. Dateline: Lovecraft is a system-independent prop resource which provides a huge Arkham-related newspaper prop for you to carve up and use to dream up some adventures of your own, or to add depth to your depiction of the Miskatonic Valley, or to drop clues into random published scenarios. It's a commercial (i.e., non-free) PDF package, available from RPGNow or DrivethruRPG There is a lengthy description of what's included in the package over on the Cthulhu Reborn blog, but in a nutshell what you get is: a PDF of an entire issue of the Arkham Advertiser, whose period-authentic broadsheet-sized-pages (each about 6 x Letter/A4) is crammed with news, editorials, advertisements, and everything else you'd expect in a newspaper. Overall there are something like 200 items, making up 40,000 words. That might sound like a surprising amount for a 12-page newspaper, but real-world newspapers from the 1920s were pretty densely packed with information, so we've tried to emulate that as much as possible. Within the articles -- some outwardly mundane, others not so much -- we've dropped a wealth of quirky hooks which could be linked up to inspire new Lovecraftian tales or worked in as clues or background colour to your ongoing Miskatonic Valley campaign. a second 58-page PDF which serves as a kind of Guidebook -- providing some ideas about how to make physical props using the newspaper PDF, how to turn newspaper content into clues or on-ramps for an investigative scenario. This guide also includes an exhaustive set of indices to help you track down any person, place, or telephone number mentioned somewhere in the newspaper text. Additionally the guide has a campaign frame "Inkhounds of the Miskatonic Valley" which suggests a specific style of campaign which puts Arkham's news centre-stage, and an example scenario which demonstrates (one way) of exploiting the pieces of the Dateline: Lovecraft newspaper to good Lovecraftian-RPG-type effect. For some samples of what these PDFs contain, you can check out this preview link for the guidebook (which also shows some captures of the newspaper copy itself). There are also a few pictures of newspaper pages below. Our vision for Dateline: Lovecraft is for it to be a system-agnostic resource which can equally support any of the numerous RPGs that take inspiration from Lovecraft's creations, and particularly the brooding 1920s/1930s college town of Arkham. We'd also like to be able to support this core product with a range of free supplements which showcase different writers' ideas and/or scenarios which are inspired by, or otherwise linked to, pieces found in the Arkham Advertiser issue which forms the core of the PDF product. To allow for that to happen (and pay writers and artists what they deserve), we've elected to release Dateline: Lovecraft as a commercial product ... but with the pledge that all profits we earn from sales will go towards commissioning free add-ons. As an example, we have already released one tie-in scenario, "Help Wanted" (written by the talented Jo Kreil, and illustrated by our go-to artist, Reuben Dodd). This 20-page PDF is available right now as a free download from the Cthulhu Reborn blog with game stats for Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition. A version of this same scenario is also available on RPGNow and DrivethruRPG, but for licensing reasons those versions are system-independent. Jo's scenario is a short investigative piece based entirely in Arkham, exploring a set of dark deeds which centre upon a strange series of "help wanted" advertisements that have been appearing in issues of the Arkham Advertiser. Why do these quirky ads ask for such strangely-specific skills ... and why do the people who reply to them inevitably end up disappearing? And what (if anything) do these strange events have to do with an 18th Century self-styled wizard from Arkham's dark past? As we've done with many of our Convicts-related scenarios, Jo has provided multiple Mythos explanations for the odd goings-on in her scenario, giving the GM options when weaving it into his or her own campaign. We hope that folks here at YSDC will consider taking a look at Dateline: Lovecraft and if they grab a copy and decide they like it, also spread the word to other like-minded folks who might also appreciate this style of product. We have a pipeline of writers we'd love to commission to create more free stuff, but can only afford to do so if the core product sells copies. Enjoy! And may your Arkham tales always make good on HPL's creepy words -- "centuries of dark brooding had given to crumbling, whisper-haunted Arkham a peculiar vulnerability as regards such shadows" Dean (from Adelaide)
  7. S. T. Joshi's study H. P. Lovecraft: The Decline of the West* is marked down to $2.50 from $4.99 as DriveThruFiction's Deal of the Day. (Offer expires at 11:00 AM EST tomorrow.) * Yoggie affiliate link
  8. The Pelgrane-licensed Black Book from Northland Creative Wonders is online and ready for people to use to create and annotate GUMSHOE PCs. While I'm in the process of trying it out, it's made a solid first impression on me. Basic creation character is free and comes with these features: Printable Sheets Unlimited Characters Mobile and Desktop Friendly Ability Sorting/Filtering Character Portraits Supported Games: Trail of Cthulhu*, Night's Black Agents** (more to come) The "Player" package costs a $20/year and offers these options for online play: Spend Ability Points Refresh Some of/All of Them Track Health, Stability, Sanity Character Notes (Offline Access and Die Rolling are promised soon.) The forthcoming "Game Master" subscription, which will include the "Player" package, is projected for release this autumn and will have: View Player Character Sheets Live Character Matrix QuickShock Combat Customizable Ability Lists Incidentally, the Black Book is a product by the same software team behind Storybeats.io, the Ennie-nominated narrative-mapping software tool inspired by Robin D. Laws's Beating the Story and Hamlet's Hit Points. * With Pulp and Purist Mode, Occupational Abilities, Occupational special features, and Credit Rating Bands ** With Previous Patron and MOS, Background Ability Rating suggestions, Cherries, Special Weapons Training, Covers and Contacts
  9. For straight sale, a copy of Horrors Beyond: Tales of Terrifying Realities. This is a rare first edition hardcover printing of the book published by Elder Signs Press in 2005 and signed by the late C. J. Henderson (a contributing author). This book has tight binding, no writing or mark-ups, no torn or creased/folded pages, no foxing, and exhibits only minor shelf wear on the dust jacket (which is, obviously, present). Asking $100 obo, including shipping. Shipping is via Priority Mail with insurance and tracking to the continental US (sorry, no international shipping). I accept PayPal only (I will invoice you) and will ship within three business days of payment receipt, providing a tracking number at that time.
  10. Hello! I'm on a mission to clear out my studio, and I'm looking to sell my complete collection of Cthulhu Britannica London. The collection is all in excellent condition and comprises: • The London Boxed Set (The handouts have been removed from the punched sheet, but otherwise "like new") • The Curse of Nineveh Campaign • Cards from the Smoke card set • Kickstarter Exclusive Postcard Set • World War Cthulhu London • Journal of Neve Selibuc • Journal of Reginald Campbell Thompson • Character sheet pad (Shrinkwrapped) As the cover artist and art director I can get any or all of the books signed if that's enticing. Or not if it isn't! I'm looking for £300 for the set including UK shipping. International shipping by arrangement at cost. Drop me a DM or email via my site https://jonhodgsondesign.com if you'd like to buy! Thank you!
  11. I just came across this and thought I'd let folks know that it is available for preorder from Amazon (not an affiliate link). https://www.amazon.com/New-Annotated-H-P-Lovecraft-Beyond/dp/1631492632/ - Bill
  12. Our latest title, Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell, is now available. Part supernatural horror, part crime noir, and set in eighties Los Angeles (and it might as well be a CoC scenario!). Librarian con artist Cait MacReady forges occult tomes, but her latest creation has caught the attention of something magical and terrible. Want to know more? LOS ANGELES, THE EIGHTIES Cait MacReady spends her days in the UCLA library, special collections, restoring old books and saving them from the ravages of time. By night, she works her real job, making copies of antique and occult texts. But don't call them forgeries. She only gives customers exactly what they want. When her ex-lover, now business partner, shows up on behalf of some customers who want a book that isn't written yet, Cait gets suspicious. When she discovers they're from the organization No Tomorrows, she gets scared. And when she finds out that their leader, the enigmatic figure called the Queen, wants a book that only Cait has, she begins to wonder what's real and what she's manufactured on her own. Cait's latest creation, the Smoking Codex, is a work of complete fiction and all her own, nothing but vodka-fueled occult nonsense and heartfelt desire. It's a fake—no history, no power. Or is it? This book takes on a life of its own, and the police get involved as people start to die. Now Cait must somehow manage to stop a thing that has already happened: the book’s secret god is already known. And its name has been spoken. FROM THE AUTHOR "Queen of No Tomorrows is the kind of book that I want to read," says Matt. "I wrote it simply because of that. Instead of placing things in the arcane and rarified (now all-too-familiar and safe) settings of the old and mannered, I wanted to bring cosmic horror and the uncanny out to the sunshine and neon of Los Angeles. Instead of simply revering a period or place, I wanted to poke at things, to see where the horror might show up in the everyday, even in the simple act of creation itself. "Besides, there just aren't enough stories that treat crime like magic, or vice versa." Read it today!
  13. The French publisher Bragelone published a new illustrated edition of The Call of Cthulhu, with artwork by François Baranger. It's a very large book (more than 10x25 inches, 27x 35 cm), and undoubtedly one of the most extraordinary collection of Lovecraft-inspired artwork, with about 60 illustrated pages (most illustrations are double page). You can see some examples here (in French): http://www.lepoint.fr/pop-culture/livres/une-nouvelle-mythique-de-lovecraft-s-offre-une-reedition-collector-18-10-2017-2165463_2945.php As far as I know, it's only available in French language, but since there are some examples of English text layout floating around the web, I suppose an English edition might be in the works somewhere:
  14. Calling all iPhone carrying, Yog-Sothoth subscribers. This is a shameless plug for the IOS App I have just released on the App Store. It goes something like this: "Mythosia - Store all your CoC Investigators in one place, character stats, skills and weapons all at the tip of your finger. Record game notes, possessions, backstory and spell information with ease. With Weapons linked directly to Skills adding a new weapon to the list is seamless with accurately calculated skill rolls, including halves and fifths."
  15. In honor of GM's day (March 4th), DriveThruRPG is offering thousands of RPG titles at up to 40% off in their largest sale of the year. Here are some selected Cthulhu-related sourcebooks and scenarios: Chaosium: Call of Cthulhu 6th edition (the 7th ed. is not on sale) -- $11.53 Basic Roleplaying -- $13.17 Beyond the Mountains of Madness -- $13.17 Cthulhu by Gaslight -- $9.55 Cthulhu Companion -- $2.37 Cthulhu Through the Ages -- $4.48 The Great Old Ones -- $4.77 H.P. Lovecraft's Arkham -- $8.97 H.P. Lovecraft's Dreamlands -- $11.53 Horror on the Orient Express -- $35.97 The House of R'lyeh -- $8.97 Investigator's Companion (1920s) -- $5.37 Keeper's Companion (vol. 1) -- $7.17 Keeper's Companion (vol. 2) -- $7.17 Malleus Monstrorum -- $10.50 Mansions of Madness -- $6.57 Masks of Nyarlathotep (4th ed.) -- $10.50 Miskatonic University -- $8.97 Nameless Horrors -- $8.98 Ripples From Carcosa -- $6.57 Secrets of Los Angeles -- $9.37 Secrets of New Orleans -- $5.59 Secrets of San Francisco -- $8.37 Secrets of Tibet -- $9.22 Shadows of Yog-Sothoth -- $6.57 Spawn of Azathoth -- $6.57 Tales of the Miskatonic Valley -- $5.97 Pelgrane Press: Trail of Cthulhu -- $14.99 Trail of Cthulhu Player's Guide -- $6.57 Arkham Detective Tales -- $5.85 The Armitage Files -- $10.17 Bookhounds of London -- $11.97 Cthulhu Apocalypse -- $12.57 Cthulhu City -- $16.76 Eternal Lies -- $14.97 The Final Revelation -- $7.17 Ken Writes About Stuff Vol. 1, Vol. 2, and Vol. 3 -- $14.97 (also individual issues) Mythos Expeditions -- $12.57 Out of the Woods -- $13.56 Out of Time -- $10.17 Rough Magicks -- $3.57 Stunning Eldritch Tales -- $5.25 Cthulhu Confidential -- $19.96 The Esoterrorists -- $8.97 Fear Itself -- $10.47 Night's Black Agents -- $14.97 Night's Black Agents: Double Tap -- $10.17 The Dracula Dossier: Director's Handbook -- $14.97 The Zalozhniy Quartet -- $9.57 Arc Dream Publishing: Delta Green: Agent's Handbook -- $13.99 Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game (Agent's Handbook and Handler's Guide) -- $39.98 [n.b. The Handler's Guide is not on sale, so the two-volume edition is the only way to buy it at a discount.] Delta Green: Handler's Screen -- $6.99 Delta Green: A Night at the Opera -- $15.99 Delta Green: Agent Dossiers -- $2.39 The Sense of the Sleight-of-Hand Man -- $11.99 Old Ones Rising (The Unspeakable Oath Issues 18 through 21) -- $15.99 The Unspeakable Oath 22 -- $3.59 The Unspeakable Oath 23 -- $3.59 The Unspeakable Oath 24 -- $3.59 The Unspeakable Oath 25 -- $4.79 Modiphius: Achtung! Cthulhu: Assault on the Mountains of Madness -- $10.49 Achtung! Cthulhu: Keeper's Guide -- $5.99 Achtung! Cthulhu: Investigator's Guide -- $4.19 Props by Dean Engelhardt: Dateline: Lovecraft #1: Arkham, 1928 -- $9.99 The Miskatonic Collection – Volume 1 - Arkham Sanitarium Forms -- $1.56 The Miskatonic Collection – Volume 2 – City of Arkham Forms -- $3.16 The Miskatonic Collection – Volume 4 – Medical Forms -- $3.16 The Miskatonic Collection – Volume 5 – Miskatonic University -- $3.16 The Miskatonic Collection – Volume 6 – Telegrams -- $1.56 Mutable Deceptions, Vol 1: Jazz Age Newspapers -- $5.95 Sentinel Hill Press: The Arkham Gazette #1 -- $5.60 The Arkham Gazette #2 -- $7.20 The Arkham Gazette #3 -- $7.20 Sixtystone Press: Cathulhu -- $5.39 Investigator Weapons, volume 1 -- $8.99 Investigator Weapons, volume 2 -- $8.99 Also: Dark Streets -- $11.99 Fate Horror Toolkit -- $8.00 Lovecraftesque -- $12.28 Pax Cthuliana -- $6.32 Silent Legions -- $11.99  And many, many more! * All Yoggie affiliate links
  16. https://nerdist.com/article/10-spooky-valentines-gifts/ Eat it before it eats you. Wonder if this candy shoggoth is still available?
  17. DriveThruRPG's offering Chaosium's Dead Light scenario* for $2.97, marked down from $5.95, as its Deal of the Day. (Offer expires at 10:00 AM EST tomorrow.) * Yoggie affiliate link
  18. Clearing out the last (I hope) bits of the bins overtaking my dining room. Stormbringer, OSR, non-TSR, AD&D, GURPS, Call Of Cthulhu, Cyberpunk, MERP, Runequest, Glorantha, Warhammer, and more... (A few items still to list - Dragon run, Dungeon run, Warhammer novels lot) http://www.ebay.com/sch/smrubin/m.html CoC items: The first two versions of the Keeper's Screen Call Of Cthulhu Companion Cthulhu Brittanica Keeper's Companion 1 + 2 Terror From The Stars Cthulhu By Gaslight box set Also some related bits like The Laundry, No Security, etc.
  19. Tales of Carcosa by Galad Elflandsson is a TPB collection of fiction & poetry inspired by Robert W. Chambers' The King in Yellow. It is ~150 pages and contains artwork by Steve Lines. I have a few copies left for sale so anyone wishing to purchase a copy should get in touch - you can find my email address on the Cyaegha website: https://www.freewebs.com/batglynn/cyaegha.htm
  20. Or at least part of it. This was HPL's home for many years. Full details, including many photos, online at https://www.redfin.com/RI/Providence/598-Angell-St-02906/unit-1/home/51707241 It was newly listed for sale yesterday, i.e. 30th January 2019.
  21. DriveThruFiction's offering Cubicle 7's short story collection World War Cthulhu: The Fiction Anthology* for $4.19, marked down from $6.99, as its Deal of the Day. (Offer expires at 10:00 AM EST tomorrow.) * Yoggie affiliate link
  22. Pegana Press is pleased to announce the release of "The Moon-Bog" by H.P. Lovecraft; an early tale of the old lands of Ireland and the forces they contain... With a superb new frontispiece illustration by Jim Pitts. Limited to 55 numbered copies letterpress printed and sewn onto brown french covers as a chapbook. We invite you to our website for more information and images. https://peganapress.com/h-p-lovecraft ft
  23. “Under an alien sky where gods of eldritch matter rule, the only truth is revenge.” CTHULHU ARMAGEDDON is the story of a world 100 years past the rise of the Old Ones which has been reduced to a giant monster-filled desert and pockets of human survivors (along with Deep Ones, ghouls, and other “talking” monsters). John Henry Booth is a ranger of one of the largest remaining city-states when he’s exiled for his group’s massacre and suspicion he’s “tainted.” Escaping with a doctor who killed her husband, John travels across the Earth’s blasted alien ruins to seek the life of the man who killed his friends. It’s the one thing he has left. Hey folks, I'm pleased to say that Crossroad Press (Titus Crow, The Call of Distant Shores, The Trials of Obed Marsh, The Harry Stubbs series) has been doing a promotion for Cthulhu Armageddon. My publishers love my post-apocalypse world and for those who like the world where the Great Old Ones have stomped society, you can pick up the revised and re-issued book on Kindle for 99c. Its also available in paperback and audiobook form (narrated by Jeffrey Kafer of Bioshock: Rapture fame). It has a sequel called The Tower of Zhaal. Available at Amazon.com
  24. 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
  25. agedangel

    Mythos Novel: POISSON PEN

    Poisson Pen is a Mythos novel that I wrote pretty much "to order" for an online gaming company. There were plans for the company to release a dead trees edition as a PR effort to attract attention to the game, but those plans were abandoned as the game faltered. Thereafter, the company threw the rights to the book back into my lap. Since it had originally been released under a Creative Commons license, I couldn't shop it around to regular publishers, so it sat on my hard drive for about ten years. Then I had the opportunity to release it via my web page: https://www.gakathryns.com/fiction--etc..html It's a PDF file (MOBI and EPUB versions are in the works), and it's free. The original text incorporated elements — places and characters — specific to the game, but in this revised version, I've replaced those elements with more standard material from various Mythos sources. The chapters are short, about eight pages in typescript, so the book (as was desired) originally came out somewhat in the vein of a "penny dreadful" episodic story as might have been published in one of the pulp magazines of the 1930s. It was originally serialized on the game's webpage, and over the last few months, I revised it and serialized it on my web page. Now I've combined all the chapters together into one file and made it available as a complete whole. I hope you enjoy Poisson Pen, and I hope you like its spunky heroine, Carly Willis. AA
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