As a personal reflection of how long we’ve been playing, here’s Mark’s copy of Call of Cthulhu first edition. We actually started with second edition in 1984. Mark threatens to photograph all his editions, including the one still wrapped in brown paper. Now that’s an exciting picture.
The 7th Edition Kickstarter campaign spearheaded by Charlie and those talented Brits, Mike Mason and Paul Fricker, has one week left to go. It has sped past its initial $40,000 goal and has just reached $330,000 so with no sign of stopping. The latest stretch goal is Petersen’s Field Guide, a handy book of monsters, so you’ll never be at loss to identify which blasphemous horror is destroying your life and sanity ever again. The rugose Dark Young picture was of particular use during the playtest for the [redacted] chapter.
Mike has a great blog, Angry Zoog, where he talks about 7th Edition, scenario writing, his upcoming trip to Gencon Indy, and more.
We’re excited that Horror on the Orient Express is a 7th Edition book. The revised rules maintain everything we love about Cthulhu but give players and Keepers a lot more flexibility at the table. Mike and Paul have been giving sage advice on the conversion of the 1991 material, and converted the statistics for the Strangers on the Train booklet.
Also just announced, the Temple Edition. You’ll recognize a similarity with the First Edition. But be warned you will need Credit Rating 99% to get one of these into your personal library.
One response to “7th Edition Rising”
Man, Amanda is going to freak when she gets a package full 7th ed CoC
(I used her Kickstarter logon)! Roll some SAN.