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Unnatural Selections #65 - Cults of Cthulhu and A Time to Harvest go on sale in hardback TOMORROW; here's what reviewers are already saying about them

Unnatural Selections #65 - Cults of Cthulhu and A Time to Harvest go on sale in hardback TOMORROW; here's what reviewers are already saying about them

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 19th Jun 2022

The 'Unnatural Selections' series is our regular round up of notable Chaosium reviews worth a look.  Our Call of Cthulhu supplements Cults of Cthulhu and A Time to Harvest release in hardback tomorrow, June 20. Here's what reviewers are already saying about these eagerly-awaited titles!CULTS O … read more
Unnatural Selections #63 - RuneQuest Starter Set: the accolades continue...

Unnatural Selections #63 - RuneQuest Starter Set: the accolades continue...

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 14th May 2022

The 'Unnatural Selections' series is our regular round up of notable Chaosium reviews worth a look.When the RuneQuest Starter Set was released late last year, initial reactions were ecstatic – with reviewers saying it is the "best starter set I've ever bought", "perfection in a box", and "raisi … read more
Unnatural Selections #58 - Solo Adventures for Staying In

Unnatural Selections #58 - Solo Adventures for Staying In

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 19th Jan 2022

Away from your gaming group, or just staying in? Try out our solo Call of Cthulhu adventures! Here's what reviewers have to say about them:Alone Against the Tide – $14.99 inc PDF"Whether you’re new to Call of Cthulhu, or you’re looking for a way to take a character off on a solo excursion, Alon … read more
Unnatural Selections #57 - "Perfection in a Box"

Unnatural Selections #57 - "Perfection in a Box"

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 27th Dec 2021

The 'Unnatural Selections' series is our regular round up of notable Chaosium reviews worth a look.RuneQuest Starter Set"Perfection in a Box: Chaosium’s RuneQuest team has nailed it! Raising the bar to new heights, they have put together a Starter Set that other companies can only dream of emulating … read more