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Does Love Forgive?: interview with Lynne Hardy

Does Love Forgive?: interview with Lynne Hardy

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 19th Aug 2020

Chaosium's Call of Cthulhu associate line editor Lynne Hardy worked on the English language version of Does Love Forgive?, our new collection of one-to-one scenarios that were originally published in Polish by our friends Black Monk Games. Here we talk to Lynne about the creative proc … read more
Does Love Forgive?: interview with the authors

Does Love Forgive?: interview with the authors

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 18th Aug 2020

Does Love Forgive? is a collection of two special scenarios for Call of Cthulhu for one Keeper and one player that we launched at Gen Con Online earlier this month. Great for a fun evening of gaming for two people. And perfect if you're currently in lockdown or socially isolating with a friend or lo … read more
Miskatonic Monday: twenty new English language titles in the Repository!

Miskatonic Monday: twenty new English language titles in the Repository!

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 8th Jun 2020

There's a veritable host of new titles in the Miskatonic Repository, DriveThruRPG's platform for community-created Call of Cthulhu - check them out!Lock-in: Five in a Bunker - a Call of Cthulhu adventure of psychological imprisonmentAlison CybeFive strangers awaken in an underground bunker … read more
Announcing the QuestWorlds SRD: the rules-lite and prep-lite RPG engine

Announcing the QuestWorlds SRD: the rules-lite and prep-lite RPG engine

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 21st Apr 2020

Introducing the Questworlds System Reference Document (SRD), a roleplaying rules engine suitable for you to play across multiple genres.QuestWorlds is a rules-light RPG system that facilitates beginning play easily, and resolves conflicts in play quickly. It features an abstract, conflict-bas … read more
Playing online? Try out our virtual backgrounds!

Playing online? Try out our virtual backgrounds!

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 10th Apr 2020

Playing online now you're home? Try out our virtual backgrounds to add some epic flavour to your RPG sessions. Once only available to film and television, many computers are able present virtual backgrounds as though a person had a green screen. They can easily be used to spice up what your fe … read more