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Does Love Forgive? – a special surprise release from Chaosium for Gen Con 2020!

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Does Love Forgive? is a collection of two special scenarios for Call of Cthulhu for one Keeper and one player. Great for a fun evening of gaming for two people. And perfect if you're currently in lockdown or socially isolating with a friend or loved one.

Each scenario can be played over the course of one to two sessions, and is suitable for Keepers of all experience levels.

Available now in PDF from Chaosium* and DriveThruRPG.

*purchase the PDF direct from Chaosium and you receive the full cost of the PDF off the printed version, which will be out later this year.

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Based on Miłość ci wszystko wybaczy? by Airis Kamińska and Anna Maria Mazur, published for the Polish version of Call of Cthulhu in February 2020 by Black Monk Games.

This supplement is best used with the Call of Cthulhu Starter Set or the Call of Cthulhu (7th Edition) roleplaying game.

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I have just noticed that one scenario (by A. Wiewiórska) from the Polish version (which has three adventures) was left out. Was there something wrong with it? It was actually the only one I have played, it was pretty enjoyable and had a crazy twist at the beginning. I think there were some holes in the plot but nothing that could not be improved. The story was set in a modern Scandinavian country and you played as a tired policeman.

Anyway, it is nice to see Polish authors gaining some recognition. Believe me, there are some absolutely mind-blowing, artistically crafted scenarios in Polish that you would like to see translated.

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I really like the idea of one-on-one scenarios. It just makes it all feel all the more Lovecraftian and noir.

Also, that image of the woman smoking the cigarette definitely reminds me of Desire from Neil Gaiman’s Sandman.

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This sounds very promising.  Poland and its people often pleasantly surprise me. despite their implacable hatred of vowels.  

Błogosławieństwa dla was wszystkich

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When you've finished playing our new one-to-one scenarios in Does Love Forgive? , check out Jon Hook's Spark of Life in the Miskatonic Repository. It's another adventure designed especially for one Keeper and one Investigator. More Call of Cthulhu to help you pass time in lockdown or socially isolate with a friend or loved one!
 
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