The newest Call of Cthulhu campaign is now available in PDF directly from Chaosium. The print version will be available in early 2021. This initial early buzz is very favorable, and I’m excited to purchase this.
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MEDIA RELEASE – for immediate release
The Children of Fear, Chaosium’s epic new multi-part campaign for Call of Cthulhu is now out in PDF!*
*buy the PDF from Chaosium.com now, get the full price of the PDF off the cost of the 416 page hardback book when it out early next year.
In September 1923, an urgent and mysterious telegram plunges the investigators into an epic journey across China, Central Asia, Northern India, and Tibet. Often following in the footsteps of the famous Chinese Buddhist monk and explorer Hiuen-Tsiang (immortalized in the fantastical Chinese saga Journey to the West), they must visit looted temples, lost lakes, dusty museums, charnel grounds, venerable monasteries, and hidden secret valleys if they are to succeed in their quest to prevent the King of Fear and his lieutenants from destroying everything they hold dear…
Developed over four years of meticulous research, consultations, and playtesting, Lynne Hardy’s The Children of Fear explores myths and legends of Central Asia and Northern India.
A wealth of player hand-outs and maps enhance both the player experience and immersion!
The Children of Fear includes six pre-generated characters so players can jump right into the action. A host of non-player characters, all with their own agendas, accompany new Cthulhu Mythos monsters for use in any Call of Cthulhu scenario.
The Children of Fear
Ruleset: 7th Edition Call of Cthulhu
Year Released: 2020
Format: Full Color PDF
Page Count: 416
Author: Lynne Hardy
Cover Artist: Caleb Cleveland
Interior Artists: Kristina Carroll, Caleb Cleveland, Mariusz Gandzel, Doruk Golcu, Katy Grierson, Sija Hong, Victor Leza, Pat Loboyko, Magda Mieszczak, Mali Ware
Cartography and Handouts: Vandel J. Arden, Matt Ryan, Olivier Sanfilippo
Layout: Nicholas Nacario
MSRP for Hardback: $52.99 (Feb 2021)
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