It’s not common at all to have an RPG publisher appear in Geek Native’s 12 Masks of Halloween but we can do it this year.
How come? Redbubble, the same site that powers the Geek Native shop responded to the lockdown by letting creators put their art on various masks. Chaosium wisely does this.
The result is the front cover from the iconic Call of Cthulhu first edition as a cloth mask.
These aren’t medical masks but are 2 layer cloth, 95% polyester, 5% spandex. You can, and should, wash after each use.
They’re adjustable since you can tinker with the ear loops but only suitable for 13+ and up.
The question is whether people recognise the art as Call of Cthulhu 1e but, if they do, they’re good evil people.
- Call of Cthulhu 1st edition mask.
You can see earlier editions of Geek Native’s 12 Masks series by exploring the archives.