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New POD titles at DTRPG

We've added a Print-On-Demand (POD) option to five more Call of Cthulhu Classic titles at DriveThruRPG:

  • Secrets of Tibet (168 page softcover) - this sourcebook features details about its history, culture and religion, a bestiary of Tibetan gods and monsters, a guide to the Forbidden City of Lhasa including maps, and three scenarios that will take investigators to the Tibetan plateau and beyond.
  • Atomic Age Cthulhu (224 page softcover) - brings Mythos horror roleplaying into the post-war golden age of the 1950s.
  • The Stars and Right (176 page softcover) - Ten Modern Day scenarios about that which is greater than mankind, lurking beyond the rim of human consciousness.
  • Utatti Asfet (160 page softcover) - a four world-spanning campaign set in the 1990s.
  • A Resection of Time (64 page softcover) - a short Modern Day campaign that begin s in San Francisco, and ends in steamy jungles of Belize.

And don't forget we launched Basic Roleplaying's 'Big Gold Book' in POD this week too - 400 page softcover! 

Check them all out, plus over 150 more Print-On-Demand Chaosium titles at DriveThruRPG.

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This is SO smart on Chaosium's part!

I've been preaching the "long tail" POD sermon for years now, and I'm glad they are taking the time, effort and costs associated with reformatting the PDF's for print on demand.

We win, as we get some great older scenarios and source material back in print at reasonable costs, and they win, as it's a nice little income stream that you can "set it and forget it".

Thanks to everyone for their work on this!

- Bill

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7 hours ago, Dr_Zarnak said:

Is there a chance we’ll see some Pendragon titles added to the list? I’d love to get another copy of Savage Mountains.

Yes, but it is a long list. It also depends on what source files we have to create the POD version. Some PDFs are ok when you look at them on the screen, but not so great when printed out.

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Hope that Helps,
Rick Meints - Chaosium, Inc.

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