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  1. If you haven't seen it yet, my latest Miskatonic Repository adventure was posted, the Spark of Life. One of the stand-out features is that it was designed to be played with the Keeper and one player; which is why I'm calling it "An Isolated Investigator Adventure." It is my belief that a Call of Cthulhu adventure can be more frightening and tension filled if there is only one lonely player/Investigator. My question to the group is this... are adventures designed for just a single player something you'd be interested in? Is the mystery more terrifying or just frustratingly more difficult when it's explored alone? https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/278700/Spark-of-Life?src=hottest_filtered
  2. When we launched the Miskatonic Repository community content program late last year we stipulated that, for the time being, all content had to be in English. This was just while we found our feet with the program, and had a chance to talk to all the various Call of Cthulhu foreign language licencees about the new resource. However, we are now happy to announce that the Miskatonic Repository is now open to Call of Cthulhu submissions in any language! We will update the Content Guidelines to reflect this shortly, but no need to delay if you have something you'd like to share. Please note all the other terms and conditions remain the same. (Please note our German friends Pegasus-Spiele, publishers of the German edition of Call of Cthulhu, have advised they will be launching a similar community content program exclusively for Deutsch language content later this year). https://www.chaosium.com/blogmiskatonic-monday-the-madness-extends-to-other-languages
  3. We are delighted Reviews from Rl'yeh (the blog "dedicated to reviews of RPGs and their supplements, with an emphasis on Call of Cthulhu and other Lovecraftian inspired games") has decided to take a look at Misktatonic Repository creations... https://www.chaosium.com/blog/miskatonic-monday-whats-new-in-the-miskatonic-repository/
  4. New at the Miskatonic Repository! Check out these recent community content releases at the Miskatonic Repository: CALL OF CTHULHU SCENARIOS The Knife - Michael LaBossiere (pay what you want - suggested price $0.50)"...pits the intrepid investigators against a serial killer. Is the killer a mundane murderer or something more?" A Light in Darkness - Matthew Puccio ($4.99)"A dark, survival horror scenario for Call of Cthulhu, set in the Pacific Theatre during World War II." The Man Downstairs - Adam Gauntlet ($4.00)"The tenants at 224 Lenox Avenue, between W 121st and W122nd, New York City, have a neighbour they have never met, and never knew existed until a few weeks ago, yet he has always been there..." The Kirkwood Farmhouse Massacre - Fred Love ($1.99)"Something terrifyingly evil awaits among the ruins of the old Kirkwood farmhouse. It'll take a cunning team of investigators to uncover the truth behind the gruesome murders that took place there in 1924." Check out Reviews from R'lyeh's review: "Murder expose takes The Haunting to Iowa—and beyond (via a slippery slope)!" Drawn from the Dark - Michael Nagel ($8.95)"An anthology of adventures from both the 1920s and Modern eras." CALL OF CTHULHU RESOURCES Mike's Free Mythos Maps Collection #1 - Michael LaBossiere (free)"A collection of twenty maps suitable for 1920s and contemporary Call of Cthulhu adventures." INDIGO: A Time Travel Organisation - Carl Matthews ($5.00)"Inspired by HPL's The Shadow Out Of Time, INDIGO is a new organisation for Call Of Cthulhu." Miskatonic Repository Samurai Weapons of Feudal Japan - Carl Matthews ($1.00)"If you are playing a game of Call of Cthulhu set in the Sengoku Period of feudal Japan, what is more iconic than the weapons available to the samurai?" Miskatonic Repository Samurai - Occupations and monsters adapted to Feudal Japan - Carl Matthews ($5.00)"Several occupations for Samuari, and monsters adapted to the Sengoku Period of Japan, for Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition." Goliriad the Speaker: An Eldritch Abomination For Mountains and Caves - Tristan Jusola-Sanders ($0.99)"...stats and evocative descriptions of one Deity-level threat and two servitors" The Kirkwood Farmhouse Investigation - Fred Love (free)"A companion piece to The Kirkwood Farmhouse Massacre - use this document to provide extra clues and context before unleashing the terror that awaits in the old Kirkwood farmhouse." And since our announcement that all languages are now welcome at the Miskatonic Repository, it's great to see it happening already: Kara Büyü - Setting Dökümanı (Turkish) - Ekin Ergün ($2.49)"A Turkish setting for Call of Cthulhu"
  5. Over on the Chaosium news blog: Uploading your original Call of Cthulhu creations to the MISKATONIC REPOSITORY on DriveThruRPG for fun and profit—a quick Q&A to show just how easy it is... https://www.chaosium.com/blog/uploading-to-the-miskatonic-repository-for-fun-and-profit-a-quick-qa Q&A reprised here without the accompanying images: Q: First off, so what is the Miskatonic Repository? A: The Miskatonic Repository is a new way for creators to publish and distribute their own original Call of Cthulhu content including scenarios, settings, spells and more! Q: Is the Miskatonic Repository for Call of Cthulhu similar to the DMs Guild for Dungeons & Dragons? A: Yes! The Miskatonic Repository follows same general rules and model for revenue split as the DMs Guild. Q: How does the Miskatonic Repository work? A: You create original content, format it to our design template, and then upload the PDF to the Miskatonic Repository on DriveThruRPG. People can view your creation there and can download it if they wish—just like any other DTRPG product. Q: What kind of products are welcome in the Miskatonic Repository? A: Original Call of Cthulhu scenarios, settings, spells, stats for monsters, background dossiers, and campaign handouts— more info here. Q: Who owns material in the Miskatonic Repository? A: You retain the copyright of any original IP you create for the Miskatonic Repository. Chaosium owns the IP it provides for use including rules, settings, characters, concepts, plots, storylines etc. Q: Can I sell my Call of Cthulhu creations through the Miskatonic Repository? A: You sure can! You can set a price, make your product "pay what you want", or even make it free—entirely up to you. Retail sales revenues are split between the creator (i.e. you), One Bookshelf (DTRPG's parent company) and Chaosium. Q: How much of the sale price do I keep as the creator? A: 50%. One Bookshelf (DTRPG) gets 30% and Chaosium gets 20%. (Note: this is the same revenue split as the DMs Guild, the community content program for D&D). Details on how revenue split and payment works here. Q: How do I format my Miskatonic Repository creation? A: Chaosium has created easy-to-use style templates, which you can download for free: MS Word, Adobe InDesign Q: My Miskatonic Repository scenario needs art - what do I do? A: Chaosium has created Art Packs specifically for the Miskatonic Repository. They come as zip files of images which you are licensed to use for FREE in content submitted to the Miskatonic Repository: Weapons & Relics Art Pack Phantasmagorical Art Pack Ill Omens Art Pack Rogues' Gallery Art Pack Curious Things Art Pack Mythos Monster Silhouettes Art Pack Q: Can I use my own art in the Miskatonic Repository? A: You are most welcome to create or source your own art and graphics. We have also helpful links to libraries of copyright free images here. Q: Can I create and sell content for previous editions of Call of Cthulhu? A: No, Miskatonic Repository content must be for Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition. If you have something for a previous edition, you must update it to 7th. Use our free conversion guide. Q: Where can I find out more information about submitting to the Miskatonic Repository? A: Check out the Guidelines here. And further information, including writing and art tips here. Q: What I really want is to be published by Chaosium itself one day; will participating here help? A: Indeed yes! We see the Miskatonic Repository as a launching site for writing talent and a place we'll be watching keenly for potential writers in our Call of Cthulhu line. We hope this information is helpful, and you consider contributing—Call of Cthulhu fans are super keen for new content, and we'd love to see your creations up there! In the meantime, do check out what's already available at the Miskatonic Repository!
  6. New on the Miskatonic Repository at DriveThruRPG! Collections of forms, images, play aids and documents from Chaosium. These make awesome props in your own Call of Cthulhu games, PLUS you are welcome to use these to spice up your own submissions to the Miskatonic Repository! Forms in the Miskatonic Collection were created by Dean Engelhardt. Maps by Stephanie McAlea. More details here: https://www.chaosium.com/blog/new-on-the-miskatonic-repository-the-miskatonic-collection
  7. In partnership with DriveThruRPG Chaosium is launching a new way for Call of Cthulhu creators to write and share their original material, and make money too. Starting soon! More details here: https://www.chaosium.com/blog/introducing-the-miskatonic-repository
  8. Got something for the Miskatonic Repository but it's for 6th Ed or earlier? Call of Cthulhu 7th Ed Conversion Guidelines are available as free download— http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/229162/Call-of-Cthulhu-7th-Edition-Conversion-Guidelines These pages are taken from the Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition Keepers Rulebook.
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