Worlds of Cthulhu, Issue 06

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Worlds of Cthulhu #6 Front Cover

Magazine: Worlds of Cthulhu

Publisher: Pegasus Press

Product Code: PGUWOC06

Publishing Year: 2009

Pages: 130

Cover Price: $17.95

Editor(s): Adam Crossingham, Daniel Harms (associate), William Jones (associate)

Author(s): Adam Crossingham, Dennis Detwiller, Momo Evers, Adam Scott Glancy, Koen Goorickx, Daniel Harms, Frank Heller, Wolfgang Hübner, Steven Kaye, Oscar Rios, Donato Ranzato, Troy Sagrillo

Artist(s): Dennis Detwiller, Koen Goorickx, Chris Huth, David Lee Ingersoll, Kim Schneider, Adam Crossingham (handouts), David Conyers (maps), Björn Lensig (maps)

Setting(s): Contains articles and scenarios for the following settings: Wild West (Weird West), 1920s, Dreamlands, Modern, Delta Green

Format(s): Softcover


Scenarios: The Sense of the Sleight of Hand Man (1920s & Dreamlands), Sunset at Sandy Gulch (Wild West), Brood of the Beetle (1920s)


Additional: Editorial, Unspeakable Vault of Doom (comic), Player Handouts included with scenarios within the body of the magazine.

Front Cover Text

Pegasus Press -- I / 2009 -- Issue #6 ISBN 3-939794-47-9 -- PGUWOC06

H.P. Lovecraft's Worlds of Cthulhu. The Magazine for Call of Cthulhu.

Issue 6

Brood of the Beetle
Entomological horror in the forests of Twenties Vermond

The Sense of the Sleight of Hand Man
Part One of Dennis Detwiller's masterful DREAMLANDS mini-campaign

Sunset at Sandy Gulch
Posses and Indian shamans in a CTHULHU WILD WEST scenario

Sword of Sneferu
Part Two of an ancient Mythos fighting conspiracy

A Slothful God
The worship of Tsathoggua through the centuries

Also In This Issue:
'Directives from A-Cell'
'Keepers Corner' columns The believers of Red Hook ... and so much more.

Back Cover Text

Back Cover is an advertisement.

Comments / Trivia

This issue is the first to feature a different layout, both internally and for the cover. It also dispenses with lettering (and slices of background picture) along the spine.

This was the final issue prior to Pegasus cancelling the magazine in early 2010.