Press [Chaosium] Three Major Call of Cthulhu Releases in Seven Days!

Michael O'Brien

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A Time to Harvest - $49.99*
Cults of Cthulhu - $49.99*
40th Anniversary Call of Cthulhu Starter Set - $24.99*

We've released three major titles for our Call of Cthulhu TTRPG in seven days – A Time to Harvest and Cults of Cthulhu on June 20th, and the 40th Anniversary Call of Cthulhu Starter Set on June 27th.

All three titles are available at Chaosium.com and DriveThruRPG, and are going out into retail distribution channels worldwide.

Plus Special Leatherette Editions​

Cults of Cthulhu and A Time to Harvest are also available in special leatherette editions.

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Cults of Cthulhu LEATHERETTE - $99.99*
A Time to Harvest LEATHERETTE - $99.99*

Here's Call of Cthulhu creative director Mike Mason showing off copies of A Time to Harvest and Cults of Cthulhu, and the A Time to Harvest special leatherette edition.

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*Purchasers who buy Chaosium products direct from Chaosium.com or at Friendly Local Game Stores that are part of the Bits & Mortar initiative receive the PDF included in the price.
 

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CleverNickName

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Pretty stoked about "A Time to Harvest." My online CoC campaign is set in the east coast, circa 1920s, and it looks like this little campaign setting and adventure will fit right in! I intend to harvest it (rimshot) for all kinds of bits and pieces, to flesh out my existing campaign.

There's nothing about it on Roll20 just yet, but I'll keep my fingers crossed. It's not a deal-breaker; I don't mind importing the stuff manually if I have to, but it would definitely be nice to have.
 

Michael O'Brien

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Pretty stoked about "A Time to Harvest." My online CoC campaign is set in the east coast, circa 1920s, and it looks like this little campaign setting and adventure will fit right in! I intend to harvest it (rimshot) for all kinds of bits and pieces, to flesh out my existing campaign.

There's nothing about it on Roll20 just yet, but I'll keep my fingers crossed. It's not a deal-breaker; I don't mind importing the stuff manually if I have to, but it would definitely be nice to have.
There will be a Roll20 version of A Time to Harvest in due course, but there are other titles in the pipeline before we get to it.
 

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