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Our Miskatonic Repository community ambassador Bridgett Jeffries has published several titles on the platform herself. Here for our Chaosium Interviews series she talks to James Coquillat about getting started as a community content creator.

If you're currently taking part in the Storytelling Collective's 'Write Your First Adventure' workshop, Bridgett is here to give you inspiration and encouragement! Also check out her Gnome Stew article, You Too Can Self-Publish Call of Cthulhu.

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Mike Mason, the creative director for Call of Cthulhu, sits down with Christopher Smith Adair, the author of the Pulp Cthulhu campaign A Cold Fire Within.

Chris has been writing for Cthulhu for a long time. They are an experienced creator, and have worked on a variety of projects, many of which are discussed during the interview.

Calling all fans of the Pulp Cthulhu setting, and those interested in the inner workings of a writer's mind!

Our Stream of Chaos team did a liveplay of A Cold Fire Within : you catch the 12 episode series on the Chaosium Youtube channel!

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As the release of the RuneQuest Starter Set approaches, Chaosium's Jeff Richard reveals in detail to James Coquillat what can be found inside, then shares his best tips about how to get started and play.

The RuneQuest Starter Set contains everything you need to play an epic roleplaying game of gods, cults, magic, family, and fantasy and is coming soon!

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Sign up with the link below and by Issaries, you will receive an email as soon as the RuneQuest Starter Set is available to order!

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Being born to gamer parents, Julia Rawcliffe, our 'merc of merch', talks about her experiences growing up with the world of Glorantha and attending her first RuneQuest Convention in 1990 when she was 1 year old.

(Julia has also observed that the new German edition "probably marks the first-ever instance of an inter-familial generational hand-down of an RPG translation." It was her father Lutz, who translated the first German edition of RuneQuest - the original 3rd Edition - in the early 90s.)

Here Julia is talking with James Coquillat as part of our Chaosium Interviews series.

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