No, unfortunately. I will look around though.
LOLand my contempt for this fashionable, New Age, Hello Kitty Lovecraft is well known.
I can't say I don't agree more with him.
I might be new to the genre of pen and paper rpgs, but when talking Lovecraftian literature with peers they seem to avoid the insanity and brutality and overall horror of each story.
Although I have read a few different editions of the game, I have never been able to collect enough Lovecraft or horror fans together for a game of Call of Cthulu.
But this is sad news (if true), as the game has always been one of my favourites (in concept more so than practice unfortunately).
That is sad I have yet to even play it!
I'm puzzled. Call of Cthulhu isn't going away. Just a publisher of what seems to be a single module that bailed almost two years ago (talk about thread necromancy ).
Hell, if you like Hello Kthulhu then that's what you play. We're not a bunch of cultists trying to bring the great one back.
Someone's panties are a size or two too small.
I'd be willing to play in a CoC game online. I can't ever get on set up around here, and I would be no good at running it.
I have read the Dunwich Horror and Others and have the quickstart rules but I cannot find anyone to play with me in my area... I hate living in a rural city.... no one is interested in anything but hunting, cars, and pc games!
online....online...online..*the word is spoken low, and seems to blend into a deep chant that rumbles your chest. The occult leader raises his hands before the giant monitor as the chanting reaches a crescendo*