A summary of RPGs news from the week Cynthia Williams becomes the boss of D&D and Wizards of the Coast, Zine Month launches, and the One Ring RPG gets a release date.
Sandy Petersen is the famous game designer responsible for Call of Cthulhu. In the Cthulhu Mythos Sagas, he and his team take some of Lovecraft's cosmic horror concepts and bring them to meet D&D 5e fantasy.
Like the original edition of Cthulhu Hack, players assume the roles of investigators exposed to the cosmic horror of a universe far beyond their comprehension.
There are two bundles now live on the site, both back from the dead. The first is from June 2018 and is the core Delta Green deal. The second, from 2019, is the companion DG Operations guide.
An Air New Zealand tourist jet that vanishes and a search that leads to a previously unknown mountain range in the Antarctic.
Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary, and this week there's mixed news with $30,000 injected into the hobby but sadness as Brian Fitzpatrick passes away.
In time for Call of Cthulhu's 40th birthday, Polyglot Studios have a range of Cthulhu and mythos models as rewards for a Kickstarter.
D_Cide is a mixed media project, as this latest trailer makes very clear, and is due to start airing in Japan on an impressive range of stations around July 10th.
D_Cide Traumerei is an anime that channels the Cthulhu mythos and is due for this summer.
In 1925 your expert detectives work to keep a post-war and divisive world from falling apart.