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Cthulhu needs you! Vote for Chaosium & Friends in the 2019 ENnies

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 11th Jul 2019

The ENnies are the annual fan-based celebration of excellence in tabletop roleplaying gaming, and voting is live! This year the Stars Continue to be Right, with Chaosium picking up seven nominations, and licensees, partners, and friends in the Call of Cthulhu Mythos picking up another eight, in … read more

Chaosium's 2019 ENnies Nominations

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 4th Jul 2019

We're delighted to have received the following nominations for the 2019 ENnie Awards! There were 432 submissions from 241 publishers and creators this year, so it is an honour to receive this recognition. Voting commences on July 10, and the winners will be announced at the awards ceremony … read more

Chaosium's 2018 ENnies Success: thanks to all the creative teams

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 6th Aug 2018

Chaosium had a great night at the 2018 ENnies Awards at Gen Con, picking up four Gold and two Silver awards from nine nominations. Many thanks to the ENnies judging panel for shortlisting our work for consideration, and to the Chaosium tribe and voting public for your support!The Chaosium … read more

ENnies 2018 Spotlight: Fan Favourite Publisher

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 16th Jul 2018

Three years ago Greg Stafford and Sandy Petersen returned to Chaosium, bringing the team from Moon Design Publications on as co-owners and managers of the company. Since then it's been an amazing journey: putting the company back on its feet, getting out the Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition Kic … read more

ENnies 2018 Spotlight: RuneQuest Quickstart & Adventure

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 16th Jul 2018

The RuneQuest Quickstart & Adventure was our Free RPG Day release in 2017. It features the essential rules of the new RuneQuest: Roleplaying in Glorantha, presented in abbreviated form. It also features a ready-to-play scenario with pre-gens. It is a great way to jump in and … read more

ENnies 2018 Spotlight: Reign of Terror

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 16th Jul 2018

There are "times when the players — the actual players — will want to run screaming from the room. It’s scary and it’s creepy and it’s gross and it will definitely give your more impressionable players nightmares. Just like it ought to", said Reckoning of the Dead in their review of Call of … read more