Lost in R'lyeh Card Game (Call of Cthulhu)
R'lyeh is a terrible and ancient city, risen from the depths of the Pacific by a great curse. There, Cthulhu lies both dead and dreaming, waiting to consume any who venture near. In Lost in R'lyeh, a card game of escaping dread Cthulhu and certain madness, players are trapped in H.P. Lovecraft's short story, 'The Call of Cthulhu.' From the mysterious discovery of a profane idol, to dreams of a dark cult, to landfall in a cyclopean metropolis and Cthulhu's horrific emergence, no player can truly win, merely escape with their sanity - or be forever lost in R'lyeh!
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