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Malleus Monstrorum - Cthulhu Mythos Bestiary - PDF

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That is not dead which can eternal lie,
And with strange aeons even death may die…

Here, shall you know the terrors of the void, the nightmare bringers, and the unspeakable lurkers.

Ancient secrets, whispered lore, and collected facts concerning the alien and otherworldly horrors of the Cthulhu Mythos. A cavalcade of monsters and god-like alien intelligences beyond human understanding, all vividly detailed and portrayed. With over 250 entries to inspire countless adventures.

The information within is designed to bring the creatures and bizarre races of the Cthulhu Mythos to life at the gaming table, as well as all manner of Great Old Ones, Outer Gods, Elder Gods, Avatars, and Unique Beings. Their lore and statistics updated and revised for the Call of Cthulhu 7th edition game (and Pulp Cthulhu). All brought to startling life by the illustrations of expert artist Loïc Muzy.

This two-volume collection is packed with ideas, concepts, and insights to immerse your scenarios and campaigns deep in the heart of the Cthulhu Mythos.


Malleus Monstrorum - Vol 1 - Front Cover

Volume 1: Monsters of the Mythos

From the spawn of Abhoth to yuggs, the monsters of the Mythos are herein described, their lore and statistics updated and revised for the Call of Cthulhu 7th edition game.

With over 150 entries concerning Cthulhu Mythos monsters and alien species, as well as creatures from folklore and animal beasts, this tome supplies a wealth of ideas to bring your campaigns and scenarios life with untold horrors.

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Malleus Monstrorum - Vol 2 - Front Cover

Volume 2: Deities of the Mythos

Fundamental truths of the cosmos herein lie, to be used to support and inspire countless adventures by bringing Cthulhu, Hastur, Azathoth, and many others to your games. With over 110 entries concerning Great Old Ones, Outer Gods, Elder Gods, Avatars, and Unique Beings, this tome supplies a plethora of ideas to immerse your campaigns and scenarios deep in the heart of Cthulhu Mythos lore.

While humanity may crave both comfort and truth, only one or the other is possible.

Cthulhu & Avatars

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Publisher:
Chaosium
Rule Set:
Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition
Year Released:
2020
Format:
Full Color PDF (2 volumes)
Page Count:
216 and 264
ISBN:
978-1-56882-334-8
Authors:
Mike Mason, Scott David Aniolowski, Paul Fricker
Cover Artist:
Loïc Muzy
Interior Artist:
Loïc Muzy
Layout:
Nicholas Nacario
  • 4
    A nice improvement!

    Posted by nicholas Bariola on 1st Jul 2020

    The books are well writen I like the guidelines on making new monsters or gods. It does seem to be lacking in artwork, not that the art work is bad, it just lacks art work. I also miss that they did not write the name of the author or book each quote comes from in the opening descriptions. It was nice to be able to read that quote and then look up the author and the book to see how the monster was in the original story.

  • 5
    Malleus Monstrorum

    Posted by Christian Grundel on 15th Jun 2020

    EverythingChaosium has put out for 7th edition has been simply amazing. I have a copy of the 2006 Malleous Monstrorum and this is a drastic improvement. I cannot wait for the slip case hardbacks!

  • 4
    5/5 Design and Monster Rules, But Lack of Many Illustrations

    Posted by JF Baconnet on 15th Jun 2020

    As said in the subject, the design of the books follows the good guidelines of the 7th. But what is really striking (no need of Spot Hidden for it) is the lack of many illustrations (like Shantaks, Serpent People, Servitor of the Outer Gods, Lloigors!! etc...)
    I know there some are illustrations in the core book, but for a double one that regroup all the Mythos entities, to have at least one mid sized illustration would not be a luxury...
    The rest is 5/5, but one star less for it.

  • 4
    Good but not perfect

    Posted by Thibault Meyer on 15th Jun 2020

    Very good book with a lot of content. The cover is exceptionally beautiful. However, I regret a little the lack of illustration for each creature. Still, I'm looking forward to acquiring the physical version.