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Unnatural Selections #25 - what the reviewers are saying about the Call of Cthulhu Starter Set

We designed the Call of Cthulhu Starter Set to contain everything you need - even dice - to start playing Call of Cthulhu, the tabletop roleplaying game of mystery and horror. And reviewers are in agreement - here's what they have to say:Reviews from R’lyeh says the Starter Set is "the best introduction to Call of Cthulhu [...]

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"All set for a gaslight-era mystery of malevolent proportions!" Critical Role Plays Call of Cthulhu tonight (Monday 29th July)

Our friends Critical Role are playing 'Shadow of the Crystal Palace', their special Call of Cthulhu one-shot, tonight (Monday 29 July) at 7pm PST.An invitation from our Friends at Critical Role:On behalf of our resident Keeper of Arcane Lore, the delightfully esoteric Taliesin Jaffe, we’d like to extend a warm invitation for you to join [...]

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From Booth to Game Rooms: Chaosium at Gen Con

We have our own dedicated rooms at Gen Con where we'll be running our hundreds of sessions of Call of Cthulhu, RuneQuest, Pendragon, 7th Sea, 13th Age Glorantha, HeroQuest Glorantha and Prince Valiant.Here's the trail to get there from our booth (#829). Our gaming rooms are in the Downtown Marriott - the Lincoln, Phoenix, and Santa Fe conference [...]

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A Gen Con special - RuneQuest: The Red Book of Magic

We'll be selling special preview copies of this book at Gen Con at our booth (#829).Jeff Richard says "The Red Book of Magic has every Rune and spirit magic in the core rules, the Cults Book, Trollpak, and many more. It is a foundational document for me, as it gives me pretty much every Rune [...]

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Statement About Metaarcade's Cthulhu Chronicles

We regret to announce that the Cthulhu Chronicles mobile interactive fiction game is no longer available. Unfortunately Metaarcade, the company that produced it, is no longer in business.

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Chaosium Creator Signing Sessions at Gen Con

Mike Mason has his pen poised for a Call of Cthulhu signing session at Gen Con. He says, "If you want a book signed at GenCon come to the Chaosium booth (#829) on Saturday 10am-12pm. We'll have a squamous gathering of Call of Cthulhu writers and artists on hand including Paul Fricker, David Larkins, Vandel [...]

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Call of Cthulhu at the Mother of All Battles convention! 7 October, Sydney, Australia

Call of Cthulhu comes to MOAB - the Mother Of All Battles convention in October and event registration is open now! MOAB is Sydney’s premier wargaming convention, run annually on the October long weekend since 1990.Call of Cthulhu is running on Monday 7th October 2019, 10.00AM - 3.30PM. Walk-ups are welcome, but you can also register to play here.Every [...]

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Vote in the ENnies - Polls close tonight at 11PM EST. Vote Cthulhu, Vote Chaosium!

It's the final day to vote in the ENnies. Polls close at 11pm EST.It's a very strong field, so Chaosium and Cthulhu need your support - and your vote!How you can vote for Chaosium, Call of Cthulhu, and RuneQuest at the ENnies:1. Go to the ENnies page: http://www.ennie-awards.com/vote/20192. Vote 1 for the Call of Cthulhu/RuneQuest/Chaosium [...]

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ENnies 2019 Spotlight: Chaosium nominated for Fan Favorite Publisher

Chaosium founder Greg Stafford passed away in October last year. Greg's last public engagement was the 2018 ENnies Awards ceremony at Gen Con 51. He said he was immensely proud of the work Chaosium had done in recent years, particularly since 2015 when he returned as chair of the board and brought the Moon Design Publications team into [...]

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Ennies 2019 Spotlight: Terror Australis, a work "of national significance relating to Australia and the Australian people" now also up for two ENnie awards

Call of Cthulhu's new Australian supplement Terror Australis has already earned the distinction of being acquired by the National Library of Australia, as a work "of national significance relating to Australia and the Australian people". As Kotaku writes in their piece In His House At Australia's National Library, Dead Cthulhu Waits Dreaming, the NLA's acquisitions team reached out to us [...]

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