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  1. This thread will post errata for Call of Cthulhu books/PDFs as and when updates occur. Once PDFs have been updated, they are replaced on the Chaosium website, DriveThru RPG, and Bits & Mortar.
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  3. Chaosium will launch an all new organized play campaign for Call of Cthulhu in the first half of 2017... A Time to Harvest will be released as a full color campaign supplement in 2017, incorporating feedback from the organized play campaign. The organized play version is available for free download for Cult of Chaos members. 'A Time to Harvest' Organized Play Campaign Concludes
  4. Heya folks! I just wanted to spread the word about a Horror on the Orient Express game I'm involved in, we play weekly and have been posting videos of it on Youtube and more recently in podcast format. We started in the Invictus Era where we played a prequel adventure and then moved onto the Gaslight Era where we did a second prequel (The Blood Red Fez) and are now into the main campaign in the 1920's. We've got a great group and GM, come on over and check us out! Find us here: Dungeons Deep RPG's YouTube and in podcast format: Dungeons Deep RPG's Podcast If you stop by make sure to give us a like and/or subscribe to help spread the word!
  5. We have a new Horror On The Orient Express campaign on the DungeonsDeepRPGs Podcast! We will be running the ENTIRETY of the game, and putting our own twists and such into the game. It will surely be unlike any HOTOE campaign you've seen. We are very granular and take our time to roleplay and investigate. Here's our Episode 1 Blurb and Apple Podcasts Link (it is available on all major podcast platforms): A Doctor, a Professor, an Illusionist, a Priest, and a WWI Demolitionist are brought together by a one Professor J.A. Smith to investigate some paranormal activity in Cornwall, England. What could possibly go wrong? https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/call-of-cthulhu-1-the-cornwall-carriage/id1470820702?i=1000444920143
  6. http://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?493068-The-Even-Stranger-Truths-Behind-Stranger-Things
  7. New - and free! - on DriveThruRPG: the solo Call of Cthulhu adventure Alone Against the Flames. You don’t need to read the rules before you start playing. Just settle in a comfortable chair before a roaring fire. Then read on and follow the instructions. …On second thought, don’t sit too close to the fire. (Also available to download free at Chaosium.com or for purchase in hard copy)
  8. The Cthulhu Masters returns to UK Games Expo, 1-3 June, Birmingham UK! Bring your sharpest wit and your luckiest dice! The surviving winner receives a (quote) "horrid trophy of Deep One origin", so there's everything to play for and only SAN to lose... Proudly sponsored by Chaosium. More details here.
  9. Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition has come to Fantasy Grounds, the popular virtual tabletop where you can play your favourite RPGs with your friends online! Our friends at Fantasy Grounds say that after a year of development, the new rule set is complete and ready to roll out. The ruleset itself has been massively overhauled and is no mere update to the existing CoC 6E ruleset—the result is fantastic! Are you ready to test your sanity? Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition for Fantasy Grounds is available now! This ruleset contains the core rules, background, guidance, spells, and monsters of the game. It is intended for use by the Keeper of Arcane Lore (the Keeper) — that player who will present the adventure to the other players. It also contains two starter adventures.
  10. 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
  11. PULP CTHULHU and DOORS TO DARKNESS in Hardback - Available Now! http://www.chaosium.com/blog/pulp-cthulhu-and-doors-to-darkness-in-hardback-available-now/
  12. Hi good folks, Some shameless advertisement for our little YouTube channel that deals with Call of Cthulhu and other role-playing games and even some tabletop boardgames: https://www.youtube.com/c/DevsDice We are a collection of tabletop gamers that during the days work at EA DICE but during evenings we play RPGs and such. As a matter of a fact we have an entire series of actual-play of the classic Call of Cthulhu scenario called "The Haunting": If you like what you see, hit that like button, comment or even consider subscribing! Lots of love to all you wonderful people out there from the North! ❤️ Click here to subscribe to us on Youtube: ➤ https://www.youtube.com/c/DevsDice?sub=1 Click here and follow us on Instagram: ➤ https://www.instagram.com/DevsnDice Hit us up on our Facebook page: ➤ https://www.facebook.com/devsanddice Click here and follow us on Twitter: ➤ https://twitter.com/Quigonleif
  13. Can't get your gaming group together over the holiday season? - here's just the thing to get your Call of Cthulhu fix! ALONE AGAINST THE DARK. A solo play Call of Cthulhu mini campaign. Alone Against The Dark is an adventure for one player, set in the fall of 1931. Your goal is to solve strange disappearances and to forestall a calamity about to beset the world. You will journey from New York City to Greece, Egypt, Germany, and Antarctica. First released over thirty years ago, this new edition has been completely revised and updated for Call of Cthulhu 7th edition, with new illustrations and player aids. Available now in as a fully-linked PDF. Buy now, and get the full price of the PDF off when the physical book is out.
  14. From my copy of the manual, the "Listen" skill default minimum is 20%. However, from the Autocalc character sheets provided by Chaosium, the default minimum "Listen" is 25%. So which one is it? 20% or 25%?
  15. Buried under fields, entombed in roots, or burbling under marshes, lurks the aglæca... A new creature for your D100 or GUMSHOE-based horror mystery RPGs. The Aglæca is a beast out of the mists of folk-legends and grandam's fireside tales, an eater of children and king of the wastes. This article includes: Stats for the Aglæca for both percentile-based RPGs and the GUMSHOE system. Variations and echoes on what the Aglæca is and where it comes from, and scenario seeds for placing it in your game. The Aglæca is available from RPGnow/DriveThruRPG.
  16. Call of Cthulhu Keepers and Players! It's not too late to join the Cult of Chaos and participate in our 6-part Organized Play campaign A TIME TO HARVEST! Part One is currently available, and Call of Cthulhu Keepers all over the world have started their campaigns. Join and we'll send you the link to download it free. You can play this anywhere you like - game stores, online, clubs, at home, wherever! Each new part will be released on the 15th of the month, so the second installment is coming on May 15th! Join the Cult of Chaos here (it's free): http://www.chaosium.com/organized-play Free Pregen Characters for A Time to Harvest are available here: http://www.chaosium.com/gm-resources And we have a special "Keepers Only" forum at BRP Central - The Chaosium Forums for advice and discussion about running the campaign (you'll get the password for the forum when you join up): http://basicroleplaying.org/forum/7-call-of-cthulhu More information and FAQ here: http://www.chaosium.com/a-time-for-harvest
  17. Hello everyone! I've been running CoC for a long time, mostly one shots or 2-3 session scenarios. Now I'd like to step up and run my first campaing. Although I love reading scenarios and doing all the prep work, my free time is limited, so I think it could be a good idea to pick up a long campaing, prepare and run it, instead of having to think what to run next, checking scenarios that I don't like and wasting time jumping from one to another until I find one that suits my taste (and my players' taste as well). With all that said, this is my starting point: - I have 2-3 players, I don't think I can get more than that (and I don't probably want to, because it's hard already to match agendas to schedule the gaming sessions) - I'd like it more on the classic investigation style and not so pulp, but some pulp won't hurt (I guess that leaves Two Headed Serpent behind, but maybe someone can convince me of the opposite) - I'd like it long, but not so long that could get boring at some point and risk the players or my commitment to it. My options could be: Masks, Horror on the Orient Express, Shadows of Yog-Sothoth (although not very sure because it doesn't link the scenarios very well and looks old fashioned to me), A Time to Harvest, 2 Headed Serpent (I know it's for Pulp Cthulhu, but, I'm open to read your comments and maybe change my mind), anything else to consider? So, if anyone can give me some advice on how to manage a campaing for just 2 players, tips, wich one to pick, alternatives... it will be much appreciated. Many thanks!
  18. This is Victor Lesa's evocative and chilling cover art for REIGN OF TERROR, Chaosium's new Call of Cthulhu adventure supplement set in Revolutionary France. Developed by Call of Cthulhu mastermind Mark Morrison as a secret chapter in the story of Horror on the Orient Express, REIGN OF TERROR has been designed for play with or without reference to that campaign. If used with Horror on the Orient Express, it provides an exciting and action-packed “living handout” that brings new insights and illuminates the players into the full horror of one of the campaign’s dire villains. Now available in hardback (+PDF included) from Chaosium: http://bit.ly/2CMDClN
  19. When you buy Reign of Terror at Chaosium.com, you can also download the free Player Handouts Pack and the six pre-gen characters that have been created for the campaign. The pre-gen characters that come with Reign of Terror are soldiers, each detailed with their statistics and motivations: • Sergeant Renault, a levelheaded sergeant. • Beaumains, an idealist. • Dupois, an old soldier who drinks too much. • Pressi, a romantic young soldier. • Babin, regimental standard-bearer and bon vivant. • Hugel, a resourceful provisioner (vivandièr). For those wishing to create their own characters and further explore the setting, Reign of Terror features ten era-specific investigator occupations, including cleric, noble, and peasant, as well as guidance on social class, income, and weapons of the period.
  20. 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/
  21. 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"
  22. Check out this new Kickstarter project from our Call of Cthulhu licensee Darker Hue Studios - HARLEM UNBOUND is a unique RPG sourcebook that takes players into the exciting world of the Harlem Renaissance at its height, to face terrifying horrors from the Lovecraftian Mythos. Chris Spivey has done a wonderful job flipping Lovecraft's views on race on their head and letting us experience the Mythos from the perspective of the residents of Harlem. Well worth your support! http://kck.st/2hIz7Oh
  23. 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.
  24. In our latest Kickstarter update, backers of our MU board game are getting a sneak peek at some of Victor Leza's amazing new art for the forthcoming Masks of Nyarlathotep:
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