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    Played some AD&D in the early 90s. Got hooked into CoC 5th edition and went into GMing it. Managed to finish Horror on the Orient Express, before life matters intervened and had to take a long break from role playing games.
    Got back into CoC 7th and feeling young again!
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    I like solo video games, but social table top ones!

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  1. It seems that version 3 of the PDF is now available to download from Chaosium's website! Thanks for the very quick fix of the links in the table of contents!
  2. A relic indeed! Thanks for sharing this piece of history!
  3. Well the only thing easily noticable is the addition of certain copyrights on the Table of Contents page. Which by the way messed up the links to the pages. It seems that the ToC was compressed to allow the new text at the bottom, but the links have not been updated / moved accordingly. Other than that there might be the occasional errata corrected, but I guess M. Mason can provide the full information.
  4. It would be really nice if Nameless Horrors gets the full color / hardcover treatment in the future. The interior art is already great so there shouldn't be much work to be done.
  5. Not an actual errata, just a little detail, but I'm going to mention it anyway. Page 45, in the paragraph with the description of Hank and Edith Haggarty, it mentions that "Edith is a thin-faced individual with glasses". The portrait of the couple in page 44, does not depict Edith wearing glasses. One might argue that she is not having them on all the time, but my group actually asked me about it two days ago when I ran the scenario for them.
  6. A very minor detail in the 1.2 version of the pdf file. Page 11. Left column. Second to last paragraph. The word "sanity" in the sentence "The experience caused Corbitt to lose a large degree of his sanity and left him with a split personality and partial, somewhat selective, amnesia." has a 1 point smaller font that the rest of the document. It is visible with the naked eye and can also be verified by copying the text in a word processor like word.
  7. The pdf files for the scenarios are very well written, have fantastic layout and top notch cartography and handouts. I believe you can go on ahead and have a look. No need to wait for the print version. The sea calls you...
  8. You can also run "Flotsam & Jetsam" which is comprised of four loosely connected scenarios deeply related to the Deep Ones. I'm currently running it for a group of three players and we're really enjoying ourselves! You can get it for free as long as you join the "Cult of Chaos" group (https://www.chaosium.com/join-the-cult-of-chaos/).
  9. A really good find for background music during sessions! Especially "Ghosts VI: Locusts" which is hauntingly dark and atmospheric. Thanks for sharing it!
  10. Volume II, PDF page 111 (book page 110), inside the "Yellow Sign" text box: The first sentence reads as: "The Yellow Sign is connected to the King Yellow and a token of worship for He Who Is Not To Be Named." If I'm not mistaken it should read as: "The Yellow Sign is connected to the King in Yellow and is a token of worship for He Who Is Not To Be Named."
  11. Indeed two gorgeously looking tomes! As for the gugs, I think I've read or heard somewhere that there won't be any Dreamlands creatures in the books. They will probably be a part of a future Dreamlands publication.
  12. Thanks for the episode! It was pretty interesting and illuminating.
  13. Page 99. The text under "T’challix, future denizens of Earth" reads as follows: The T’challix are tall and strng. Basically humanod, they have an etra pair of smaller rms under their pimary ones. Theirheads resemble something between a snake, a lobster, and a rhinoceros. There are some letters that are missing. Unless I completely misunderstood the meaning, it should read like the text below. Missing characters are marked red and bold, while there is a space character missing between "Their" and "heads". The T’challix are tall and strong. Basically humanoid, they have an
  14. That release was indeed a surprise! I'm reading through Mr. Corbitt now and I love the whole thing. The writing, the artwork, the layout, the keeper advice and the maps! Well done Chaosium! By the way during my initial skimming of the book, I've found some typos that I'd like to bring to the editors' attention. Can I post on this thread or use another one?
  15. I think that this thread might deserve a sticky?
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