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Malleus Monstrorum Unboxing (Not Responsible for Nightmares or TPKs)
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I picked up Malleus Monstrorum because of Pulp Cthulhu (review). In Pulp Cthulhu PCs are heroes who shoot and fight to defeat the Mythos. I want my PCs to fight cultists and evil villains but also...
Shoot Mi-Gos Right in the Convoluted Ellipsoid in Pulp Cthulhu
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Pulp Cthulhu (Pulp Cthulhu print) is one of the main reasons I enjoy Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition so much. You play a hero instead of an investigator, you live a bit longer, and you have a bit more...
Played It Review and Unboxing of the Call of Cthulhu Slipcase Set
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The Call of Cthulhu RPG offers rules and a 1920s setting of cosmic mind-bending horror together in one package. In a similar way, the Call of Cthulhu Slipcase Set combines a book of comprehensive...
RPG Print News – Hero Games, Onxy Path Publishing, and More
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This month brings more monsters to D&D from DMDave, one on one adventures for Call of Cthulhu, dark historical settings for Chronicles of Darkness, and NPCs and an adventure for Champions. Also...
RPG Crowdfunding News: Auroboros, Grim Hollow, Sirens, and more
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This week I look at projects that end between May 5th and 22nd. Right now, there are six RPG products and three RPG-related projects that are funding at six figures or more. While I don’t look at...
RPG Crowdfunding News – Legendary Adventures, Inferno, Trinity Continuum, and more
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This week, I look at RPG crowdfunding projects and quickstarters that end between April 8th and 29th. These projects include some epic 5e offerings, options for Call of Cthulhu, Storypath, Powered...
RPG Print News – Golden Goblin Press, Onyx Publishing, and More
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Monsters and pawns for D&D. Reprints of adventures for 80s Man, Myth and Magic and 70s D&D, a holiday adventure book for Call of Cthulhu, vampire myths and faith, and more dice. Rounded out with...
Cthulhu Dice Tower Review
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Playing with seven players at once has taught me that dice towers are a must, especially when playing with kids. I've run a Call of Cthulhu/D20 Modern game in the past, and this dice tower seemed...
RPG Print News – Chaosium, Cubicle 7, Necrotic Gnome and More
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This week there is a new referee screen for Old-School Essentials and a horror module for Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG. Chaosium has a two book set of monsters and gods along with a deck of cards...
RPG Print News – Atlas Games, Frog God Games, and More
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Lots of new adventures are available this week. Three adventures each statted out for D&D, Pathfinder, and Swords & Wizardry. Another adventure for Unknown Armies. A one shot horror adventure and...
RPG Print News – Troll Lord Games, Frog God Games, and More
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Are you hungry or thirsty? An official (!) D&D cookbook, fantasy cocktail guide, and Mythos cookbook await you. Also this week: adventures for D&D, Spire, and Through the Breach. A book of random...
What Are Publishers Doing For New Gamemaster Month?
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What are Monte Cook Games, Chaosium, Evil Hat, Pelgrane, Atlas Games, and Arc Dream doing for New Gamemaster Month? I asked each of the companies how they’re supporting new GMs in the first major...
I’m Really Thankful I’m a Gamer
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2020 continues to be challenging. And I don’t see going back to face to face gaming for a while yet. Though I miss gaming around a table rather than via pixels, I have found some unexpected joys...
Meet Ben Aaronovitch, Author of Rivers of London
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Ben Aaronovitch, author of the Rivers of London novels and graphic novels, kindly agreed to talk to me about his magical world and the upcoming RPG by Chaosium set in his world. Ben smiled, joked...
The Horror! of a Game That Never Ends
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We've all been there: as kids, we started a Dungeons & Dragons campaign but never imagined, decades later, that we'd still be playing in a world we made up. Does it ever end? Should it?
The Horror! Call of Cthulhu's One Shot One Kill
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Halloween is a great time to try Call of Cthulhu and run a horror one shot. Call of Cthulhu offers a deep delve into a fictional setting of ancient gods and horrific monsters all linked through...
The Horror! Delta Green Double-Tap
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A two-shot of adventures to run this Halloween or anytime of the year: Kali Ghati and Lover in the Ice. Line up a haunting and finish off with some terrifying body horror running Delta Green. Both...
RPG Print News – Chaosium, Cubicle 7, Free League, and More
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These new RPG products are available in print in October 2020. Ask your favorite local game store to order a copy or order online. The Call of Cthulhu and the Delta Green adventures are perfect...
The Horror! of Player Agency
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Gamebooks provide a branching-path framework for a single player to determine their fate, with more advanced gamebooks using dice to resolve conflicts. But what happens when the choices you make...
Lords of the Middle Sea: An Interview
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I spoke with Jason Durall about Chaosium’s upcoming Lords of the Middle Sea Roleplaying Game for Basic Roleplaying. Based on Chaosium’s second board game of the same name, published in 1978, the...

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