A glance at some noteworthy RPG releases this week along with yet another busy RPG news section. Kickstarter seems to get more alive with each passing day, recovering strongly from the lockdown slump.
A weekend-long virtual event will become the first convention for independent Call of Cthulhu content creators.
Set late Age of the Antonines (AD 145), at the peak of the Roman Empire when ancient wizards fought to defeat death and explorers brought back dangerous artefacts from the remains of alien civilisations, only a few fight to hold back the darkness.
Does Love Forgive? is a pair of special scenarios for Call of Cthulhu; both designed for duet play in which there are one Keeper and only one player.
The 2020 ENnie Judges Spotlight winners and 2020's nominees have been announced.
The Sons of Singularity are back on Kickstarter with a set of Call of Cthulhu scenarios called Journal d'Indochine.
That is not dead which can eternal lie, And with strange aeons even death may die…
Petersen Games now makes a range of games, many of them are Cthulhu related with titles like Sandy Petersen's Cthulhu Mythos and Unlocking Insanity.
Since April 23rd, World Anvil has added character sheets for Call of Cthulhu, Savage Worlds, Star Trek and Conan.
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