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Syrinscape launches SoundPacks for Masks Part Three - London

This third in Syrinscape's SoundPacks for running Call of Cthulhu's epic Masks of Nyarlathotep campaign enables your players to explore 1920s London - with fully immersive background sound and music matched scene by scene to the adventure!Locations include beautifully crafted, immersive environments all over London, including: busy portstrain stationstram ridesLondon streetsan exhibition houseLondon at night, literally choking with [...]

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Chaosium comes to SupaNova Melbourne, April 5 - 7

For the first time, Chaosium will be present at popular culture show SupaNova. We're at SuperNova's Melbourne, Australia event, taking place at the Showgrounds on April 5-7. Chaosium is excited to be sharing a booth with our good friends at TYPE 40, the master prop-makers. We're also running six gaming tables on Saturday and Sunday, offering demo sessions of Call [...]

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Chaosium is at GameStorm this weekend, Portland OR

Chaosium is at GameStorm this weekend, in Portland OR. Our OP director Todd is supported by a team of volunteer GMs from the Portland area, and we have three tables, running Chaosium games 10 am to midnight.Plus, the booth is running RUNEQUEST SATURDAY, featuring tons of hard-to-find material for RuneQuest!More information: https://gamestorm.org

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Lynne Hardy now full-time Call of Cthulhu

One outcome of Chaosium's recent Berlin Summit is the welcome news that Lynne Hardy has come on board full-time as Associate Line Editor for Call of Cthulhu. (Until now Lynne has been assistant Call of Cthulhu line editor on a part-time basis). Lynne has extensive RPG industry experience, as an editor and writer for Nightfall Games, [...]

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Release of RQG delayed to next week

Sadly, due to an unforeseen processing delay at our US warehouse, we have had to postpone the print release of RuneQuest: Roleplaying in Glorantha until next week. As soon as we receive confirmation the books are delivered and in warehouse inventory we will make them available for sale. We anticipate the new release date to [...]

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RQ Classic Sale on DriveThruRPG extended to Monday, April 1st

Extended to Monday, April 1st: 50% off all RuneQuest Classic titles at DriveThruRPG! Plus 13th Age Glorantha, the Glorantha Sourcebook, the Argan Argar Atlas, and Greg Stafford's King of Sartar!

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Geoff Gillan on Terror Australis

Australian RPG writer Geoff Gillan was one of the key masterminds behind the original Horror on the Orient Express, and has credits in a variety of Chaosium releases, for Call of Cthulhu, Pendragon, Elric and Stormbringer. Geoff also contributed to Terror Australis, the new Australian sourcebook for Call of Cthulhu.GEOFF GILLAN: I was approached by the book’s [...]

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13th Age Glorantha and The Glorantha Sourcebook are 50% off in DriveThruRPG's RuneQuest Classic Sale

Okay, they are not RuneQuest Classic titles, but 13th Age Glorantha and The Glorantha Sourcebook are both 50% off in DriveThruRPG's RuneQuest Classic Sale, running this week only.13th Age Glorantha enables you to create a unique Gloranthan campaign using 13th Age: the d20-rolling game of heroic fantasy, escalating combat, One Unique Things, and limb-ripping owlbears! Developed by Rob Heinsoo and [...]

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Terror Australis with Australian Call of Cthulhu author Phil Anderson

Australian Call of Cthulhu writer Phil Anderson (Horror on the Orient Express, Fearful Passages, Beyond the Mountains of Madness) is one of the contributors to Terror Australis, the new sourcebook for Mythos adventures in the Land Down Under. We spoke to him about it:Writing Call of Cthulhu adventures is always an interesting ride, giving you opportunity [...]

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Writing for Terror Australis by Marion Anderson

Terror Australis: Call of Cthulhu in the Land Down Under is a masterful work of imagination by a team of home-grown Australian Call of Cthulhu creators, many of whom were involved in the original edition of Terror Australis, from 1987. Here we talk to contributor Marion Anderson, whose Call of Cthulhu writing has also appeared [...]

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