Zgrozy started in Poland and quickly became very popular both there and in the English-speaking Call of Cthulhu community, having released over 30 supplements—scenarios, bestiaries, and more—on the Miskatonic Repository, Chaosium's platform for independent Call of Cthulhu creators at DriveThruRPG.
The Zgrozy: From Beyond anthology contains eight Call of Cthulhu scenarios from the well-received series. It includes Shepherd of Moths, Future Echoes, The Vernissage, A Greater Goal, Noctilline, Lords by Birthright, An Inner Call, and The Mist Sower. The anthology also includes two new guides: Let Cthulhu Happen!, about running non-linear Call of Cthulhu games, and Campaigns From Beyond, about combining Zgrozy scenarios into a campaign. It is available in PDF, and Standard and Premium POD.
“Zgrozy” is a slightly archaic Polish word for “Horrors” or “Terrors.” Following advice from English-speaking Call of Cthulhu fans, the team decided to keep the original title for foreign releases, since it sounds suitably unspeakable and blasphemous to non-Polish ears.
Zgrozy: From Beyond - scenario anthology for Call of Cthulhu
Marek Golonka, Michał Gralak, Sylwester Gdela, Piotr Kozioł, Keith Mageau ($19.99 for PDF, plus POD options, 199 pages)
This anthology contains eight scenarios – each of them can be played independently over the course of one or two sessions and is easy to insert into any campaign. By default, scenarios occur in the 1920s, but most convert easily to other eras.
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