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Journey to Jonstown #12 - Sandheart "marks another step forward not only in the development of the Jonstown Compendium but in the entire Gloranthan Renaissance"

Journey to Jonstown #12 - Sandheart "marks another step forward not only in the development of the Jonstown Compendium but in the entire Gloranthan Renaissance"

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 24th Aug 2020

"Sandheart is an example of how it is getting harder to tell the Compendium and the Chaosium books apart," writes Andrew Logan Montgomery in his review of the newly-expanded Tales of the Sun County Militia: Sandheart Vol 1, available from the Jonstown Compendium, Chaosium's community conte … read more
Journey to Jonstown #11 - new titles for August 2020

Journey to Jonstown #11 - new titles for August 2020

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 18th Aug 2020

Check out these exciting new releases at the Jonstown Compendium, our community content resource for gaming in Greg Stafford's world of Glorantha!Secrets of DorastorSimon Phipp ($25.00, 259 page PDF)A campaign pack set in the fabled land of Dorastor. Based on the author's write-up of their … read more
Miskatonic Monday: new titles for August 2020

Miskatonic Monday: new titles for August 2020

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 17th Aug 2020

It's Miskatonic Monday again, so here are some excellent new Call of Cthulhu community content titles to peruse in the Miskatonic Repository. Starting off with a release from none other than Paul Fricker, one of the co-authors of Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition!Paul has co-written numerous books for Cal … 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