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Chaosium are guests of Nexus - Online Convention (Aug 8-9)

Chaosium are guests of Nexus - Online Convention (Aug 8-9)

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 3rd Aug 2020

Next weekend (August 8-9), Chaosium are guests of Nexus Con. Here's what we're doing at what the organisers say is "Australia's (and possibly the world's) first entirely Online Pop-Culture Convention!"Saturday, August 811:00am - 12:00pm – The 'Cool' of Cthulhu PanelWhether you’re a fa … read more
Congratulations to our 2020 ENnie Awards Winners!

Congratulations to our 2020 ENnie Awards Winners!

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 1st Aug 2020

Chaosium congratulates our 2020 ENnie Award winners! Berlin the Wicked City won in both categories it was nominated: the Gold ENnie Award for Best Art - Cover and the Gold ENnie Award for Best Setting. Refractions of Glasston, our creative collaboration with the Taylor University Prof … read more
Miskatonic Monday: new titles for July 2020

Miskatonic Monday: new titles for July 2020

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 27th Jul 2020

New Miskatonic Repository titles for July 2020! Check out the amazing community content being created for Call of Cthulhu!Akhenaten UnveiledJames Austin ($4.00, 35 page PDF)In the year 1357 BCE, king Amenhotep IV rejected the Egyptian gods. In their place, there would be one new god: one he cal … read more
Three Chaosium titles shortlisted for 2020 UK Games Expo Awards

Three Chaosium titles shortlisted for 2020 UK Games Expo Awards

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 26th Jul 2020

We are very happy to learn that three Chaosium titles have been shortlisted in the 2020 UK Games Expo Awards. Paladin - Warriors of Charlemagne and RuneQuest Roleplaying in Glorantha Slipcase Set have both been nominated for Best Role-Playing Game.Berlin the Wicked City has been short … read more

Here's what reviewers are saying about HARLEM UNBOUND 2ND EDITION

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 24th Jul 2020

What reviewers are saying about Harlem Unbound 2nd Edition:"An essential Call of Cthulhu 1920s supplement, expanding not just the game we love, but how you view the entire genre and society itself."—Mark Morrison, Call of Cthulhu writer (Horror on the Orient Express, Reign of Terror, Terror Aus … read more