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ENnies 2019 Spotlight: "The Holy Grail of Horror", Masks of Nyarlathotep nominated for Best Adventure

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 12th Jul 2019

"The Holy Grail of Horror" — Larry diTillio and Lynne Willis's Masks of Nyarlathotep has been described as one of the best RPG adventures ever made. The new Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition slipcase raises the bar, and has been nominated as Best Adventure in the 2019 ENnie Awards

Furthermore, the HP Lovecraft Historical Society's 6 hour Radio Play adaption of Masks has been nominated for Best RPG-Related Product, and their 130 item Masks Gamer Prop Set has been nominated for Best Non-Digital Aid/Accessory and Product of the Year!

Please support Chaosium, HPLHS and our other licensees, partners and friends - ENnies voting is live now, and runs until 11.00PM EST on July 21st:

What the critics have said about the new edition of Masks of Nyarlathotep:

Masks of Nyarlathotep Slipcase Set

"The Greatest Roleplaying Campaign Ever? If Masks of Nyarlathotep is the campaign by which all other Call of Cthulhu campaigns are measured, then Masks of Nyarlathotep: Dark Schemes Herald the End of the World just raised the bar."—Reviews from R'lyeh.

"The fifth edition design team of Mike Mason, Lynne Hardy, Paul Fricker, and Scott Dorward has managed to the unexpected; they have released an edition of Masks of Nyarlathotep that actually improves upon the original. This is the same thrilling--and often terrifying--Masks that you know and love, but in every measurable way it surpasses any iteration before it. It looks better, reads better, and with massive amounts of support for the Keeper, runs better. If you play Call of Cthulhu, you need to own it. If you don't play Call of Cthulhu, now is the time to start. Masks of Nyarlathotep once again sets the standard for what a complex, lengthy RPG campaign should look like, and with products like these Chaosium reminds us exactly why it is as storied an institution as it is. Masks is a classic car rebuilt from the ground up with modern parts and the original's soul."—Andrew Logan Montgomery, Exploring the Otherworlds of Fiction, Magic, and Gaming.

"Should you get Masks?... This will be an adventure you and your RPG friends will be talking about 20-30 years after the event. If you played Masks years ago and want to play it again, yes. The best commercially available RPG scenario has got better."—British Fantasy Society.