The Complete Call of Cthulhu Experience
Originally they came to this world from the stars.
They sleep now, some deep within the earth or beneath the sea.
When the stars are right they shall again walk the earth.
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The Call of Cthulhu Slipcase Set
The Keeper Rulebook, Investigator Handbook, and Keeper Screen Pack together in a premium collector’s slipcase. Playing the role of steadfast investigators, you travel to strange and dangerous places, uncover foul plots, and stand against the terrors of the Cthulhu Mythos. You encounter sanity-blasting entities, monsters, and insane cultists. Within strange and forgotten tomes of lore you discover revelations that humanity was not meant to know.
Chaosium Unveiled: Inside Inside Call of Cthulhu Slipcase Set
The Keeper Rulebook
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This book contains the core rules, background, guidance, spells, and monsters of the game. It is everything you need for Call of Cthulhu at your fingertips, and will enhance all of your games. The Keeper Rulebook is intended for use by the Keeper of Arcane Lore—the Game Master who will present the scenarios to the other players.
The Keeper Rulebook is a veritable grimoire of rules and inspiration to make your Call of Cthulhu games the absolute best they can be. Within, you’ll find: A bestiary of Mythos entities to pepper your Call of Cthulhu scenarios and campaigns; two complete scenarios, handouts and pregenerated characters; full rules for the Sanity system that sets Call of Cthulhu apart from other horror games, and much more!
The Investigator Handbook
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This book contains expanded rules for creating player characters, a wealth of over 100 occupations and skill descriptions, as well as guidance on getting the most from the game. It introduces a range of organizations for your investigator to belong to, detailed information about the classic 1920s setting, and advice for all budding and experienced players alike.
Within, you’ll find: Full rules for creating unique characters for Call of Cthulhu; a chapter on advice for both roleplaying and Call of Cthulhu in general will benefit new and returning players; a primer on 1920’s New England, the signature setting of Call of Cthulhu, and much more!
The Keeper Screen Pack
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More than just a screen... the Keeper’s Screen Pack enhances your games of Call of Cthulhu with scenarios, reference tables, and maps that increase the flow of play, and help to immerse you in the horror of the Mythos. Saying that, it is an amazing screen too!
Inside are two ready-to-play scenarios, each set in 1920s New England; A set of large, full-color maps featuring the world, Lovecraft Country, and the city of Arkham itself; and of course a 34’ Keeper Screen evocative artwork facing the players, while the rear of the screen summarizes important mechanics, statistics and charts.
What The Critics Say
"Call of Cthulhu is now the Pepsi of RPG franchises, alongside D&D’s Coke, and the game’s success is part of the revival of Lovecraft and Lovecraftian fiction."
— Paul StJohn Mackintosh, The Legacy of Lovecraft.
"The Call of Cthulhu RPG has been in print from the same publisher since 1981. It is the horror RPG that all other horror games are judged by."
— Powell's Bookstore, Call of Cthulhy review.
Call of Cthulhu has been called “one of the best roleplaying games of all time”
— ReviewCredit, ReviewLink.
(Geek & Sundry). But something that’s overlooked about this classic horror RPG… is that it’s also one of the most versatile and well-researched historical RPGs around... I mean honestly, you can now play CoC in more time periods than your average season of Dr Who.
…one of the most iconic tabletop roleplaying games of all time."
— Catholicsay.com, 10 hugely influential figures you didn't know where mormon.
"The ultimate horror RPG, Call of Cthulhu is a stone-cold classic of the tabletop."
— Tabletop Gaming Magazine, TTG's top 10 roleplaying games.
"It almost destroyed my life and career"
— George R.R. Martin, Youtube.
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- Year Released:
- 7th Edition Call of Cthulhu
- Full Color Slipcase Set
- Sandy Petersen, Mike Mason, Paul Fricker, and Lynn Willis
- Cover Artist:
- Sam Lamont
- Interior Artists:
- Jonathan Wyke, Paul Carrick, Rob Gould, Fran.ois Launet, Victor Leza, Charles Wong, Mike Perry, Nicholas Cloister, Antonio Luis, Kalli Schulz; Interior Illustrations: Rachel Kahn, Grilla, Chris Huth, Lo.c Muzy, Paul Carrick, Scott Neil, Jonathan Wyke
- Steff Worthington
This is a beautiful product well worth the money for Keepers (and players!) who want the entire collection at their fingertips. The binding, layout and full color art are amazing. Each book has it's sweet spot making them must haves. The Keeper Screen is just a great Keeper reference with a wonderful full length investigator exploration artwork which really sets the mood, and two more great scenarios (Blackwater Creek and Missed Dues) which will bring many hours of fun to your players. A great set for players and collectors.
The entire package is beautifully done and the art and quality of everything is fantastic.
My group has been playing Call of Cthulhu using the free quick start guide and some old books for reference. However, it quickly became obvious that this system and setting has hooked them all completely. So I stumped up for the slipcase set, and by the old gods it's a beauty. This review is purely a first impression review, and I can say that impressions are good. The books are fantastic, well bound and presented. The slip case looks stunning and will sit nicely on the shelf, slowly corrupting the other RPG books around it. The additional material from the keeper screen looks really good and I can't wait to give it all a proper read. System wise, I cannot comment on the updates from previous instalments. But in comparison to other games we play, the mechanics of this game work really well. The tension of the adventures is well captured and so far, each session has built up into some hanging on to the dice really tightly moments. This product is amazing and each of the books is of a quality I've not come across in a long while. Chaosium has done a brilliant job and I can't wait to get other books to join these ones. Oh and the addition of the free PDFs is really welcomed.
The books, slip screen, and keeper screen are fantastic, and the set comes with a few really cool goodies like scenarios to run. The screen is the main attraction here though, it contains a gamut of useful information, there isn't a single thing on that screen that isn't 100% necessary to running the game. The only reason this didn't get a 5 star review is that some of the materials that it came with such as maps and sheets were somewhat low quality, specifically the map for Amidst the Ancient Trees, which seems to be a printed out screen shot of a page in the book. Other than my small grips, this is a fantastic buy.
Call of Cthulhu 7th edition! What to say? I was hesitant at first when I heard of a new edition. The old incarnation of the game was fantastic, so I often wondered how it was going to change, and usually thought the worst. But 7th edition blew me away. The improvements have changed just enough to freshen up the game while still keeping the system we know and love intact. The changes are smart and posses quality mechanics, not gimmicks. Some changes are purely common sense (attributes as percents, half and fifths skill checks) and some are true game changers that are really brilliant (pushing skills, bonus/penalty die, and luck). Now the big seller are the books themselves. They are beyond gorgeous. Quality covers and bindings, which I was pleased about. The paper is high grade as well. But everything, and I mean everything, is in color and has amazing artwork. The slipcase set is worth every penny and I am seriously contemplating on getting another set to keep pristine! Chaosium hit the ball out of the park on this one.