Sandy Petersen's Cthulhu Mythos (PFRPG)

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Sandy Petersen is the undisputed authority on the Cthulhu Mythos in games as the author of the groundbreaking game Call of Cthulhu, the first game ever to bring H.P. Lovecraft's work to the gaming world. He now proudly presents the definitive and ultimate guide to bringing Lovecraft to the high fantasy, sword and sorcery worlds played using the Pathfinder rule system.

Here, your band of heroes can now fight (and maybe even defeat) monstrous horrors and bizarre, inhumanly advanced races in adventures featuring these unique entities, their magics, and the alien technologies accurately portrayed from Lovecraftian works!

This core rulebook features a bestiary with over 100 creatures, monstrosities, and Mythos Entities authoritatively revised and updated for use with Pathfinder, plus Plot Hooks and Campaign starters, information on Mythos Alien and Bizarre Technology, new expansive Insanity Rules, and details on Cults of Cthulhu and the Necronomicon and other blasphemous Tomes, as well as new Rituals, Spells, Archetypes, and Class Options.

Content Includes:

  • A bestiary with over 100 entries, almost half never before seen in a Pathfinder book before.
  • Over 25 Mythos Entities: Creatures in the Paizo's Pathfinder Bestiaries now authoritatively revised & updated in this book. Additionally, the original entries as found in the Bestiaries are also included for easy reference and comparison.
  • Over 50 NEW Mythos Entries: Creatures from the Cthulhu Mythos that have never before been published in any Pathfinder Bestiary.
  • Over 40 ‘Unusual Suspects': Creatures that could (and maybe should) be in the Cthulhu Mythos, found in the pages of the current Pathfinder Bestiaries. Some have been updated to reflect our new rules.
  • Adventures: Plot Hooks and Campaign starters by Sandy Petersen and others.
  • How to run horror in a heroic sword and sorcery setting by Sandy Petersen.
  • Mythos Alien and Bizarre Technology
  • New Expansive Insanity Rules
  • The Necronomicon and other Tomes
  • New Rituals and Spells
  • Archetypes and Class Options for Base Classes
  • Cults of Cthulhu and Other Great Old Ones
  • Mythos Magic Items and Artifacts
  • Aklo Language Essay
  • Mythos Ghouls as Player Characters
  • Mythos Eidolons, Familiars and Animal Companions
  • Tcho-Tchos
  • Gnorri as Player Characters
  • Advanced Adversaries
  • Zoogs as Player Characters
  • Mythos Cats and Mythos Cats as Player Characters

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Amazeballs

*****

I went in on the Kickstarter, and my copy recently arrived. It's truly fantastic. I strongly recommend it to anyone interested.


Briefly

*****

We play in Strange Aeons now and one of our players referred to this book while creating his character. Using these materials, he created incredibly cool and thematic 'hero' (objectively, the best in the group). Shortly after the beginning of our games I read this book and was amazed at the quality of the work. It looks like the best of Paizo's books. My respect to author and advice to everyone - go and take this book, you will not regret it!


An amazing supplement with flavor never seen before in Pathfinder

*****

The book is amazing a must have. Perhaps you´ll think it is kind of expensive, but it worth every cent spended on it.

The only thing I could complaint is the art of monsters, I would love to see the art in Cthulhu´s Portfolio, but the miniatures from Cthulhu wars are ok.

the revised monsters from pathfinder are amazing, gugs now are scary as hell.

I put 5/5 but if i could i would give it 1000/5

It has flaws, a few, but at the end you really won´t care about them


*****

Disclaimer: I backed the Kickstarter campaign that created this book, and paid for both physical and digital copies of this product. At the time of this review, the physical version was not available. As a backer, I received my digital copy of this product significantly before its public release.

All right! Here's another weighty tome - the PDF version clocks in at 513 pages, counting covers and the like, and the interior is a full-color production with a generous sprinkling of original artwork. The book itself is divided into 10 chapters, and we're going to go through them in order

Chapter One is the 'Getting Started' bit and dives into a few important things, especially how to use the book, a brief overview of the mythos (for the two of you who don't already know), and a discussion on how to properly bring horror to what is, let's be honest here, a heroic fantasy game. If you're looking for a true horror feel in your game, not just a few monsters with more tentacles than most, this section is required reading. Memorize it, even.

Chapter Two introduces Mythos Races that people can choose from. Dreamlands Cats are definitely the most unique, because you are playing an actual cat. Good luck with any Strength-based builds. Dreamlands Cats have scent, bite and claw attacks, the ability to physically travel to the Dreamlands, and nine lives. That might be important, given how fragile they are.

The next race is the Ghoul - which is not to be confused with the undead ghoul monster, despite the cannibalistic similarities. This race is living, with bonuses to Constitution and Intelligence, but little Charisma to speak of. Their Death Scent allows them to locate food (especially undead, which they can locate from up to 60 feet away - handy for dungeon crawls!), and they can feed on old meat for bonuses. Being immune to nonmagical diseases definitely helps with that.

The third race is the Gnorri, who are large monstrous aquatic humanoids. Their most unique feature may be the ability to change how many arms they have - two arms gives them a bonus to Strength, three has no ability changes but lets them hold something else, and four lets them hold a lot more at the cost of a drop in Constitution. They are amphibious, but slower on land and faster in the water.

The final race, Zoogs, are described as "widely dreaded and sometimes mocked from a safe distance". The book points out that all of the creepy legends are quite well-founded, and they really are dangerous little things. This race is especially big on treaties and agreements (which they consider sacrosanct), and this provides an easy way to integrate them into an Adventuring party - just have them promise not to eat party members, not to eat the party's familiars, and so forth. Zoogs are quick and smart, but not very strong. As small creatures, they get added bonuses on agility-based things - including a natural climb speed - and they make excellent rogues thanks to their Trap Mastery.

All of the races in the book come with robust writeups that describe personalities, history, culture, relations, and the like.

Chapter Three, Character Options, focuses on exactly what it sounds like. The section opens with a variety of mythos-themed archetypes (and the rules for applying them, if your group hasn't already gotten those). Examples include the "Mad Artist" Bard, the "Cultist" Cleric, and the "Researcher" Rogue.

Following this, we also have a few options for companions, including mutated versions of normal creatures and original companions like the Shantak. A Mythos Eidolon was included - so, did you ever want to summon and attack your foes with a protoplasmic mass of angry flesh? Yup, that's a thing now.

Past that, we have one new skill - Profession (Yog-Sothothery philosopher). This helps with many of the rules in the book, as well as identifying mythos-related entities (i.e. basically everything else in the book). Note that studying the unknown comes with drawbacks, starting with penalties to dread (a new effect), insanity, and confusion. Hey, nobody promised that dealing with mad eldritch things would be safe. XD

The book continues this section with a variety of new feats, mostly oriented around the new races. (Ghouls can heal from negative energy damage, anyone can go to the Dreamlands, magical items can be fused into a Dreamlands Cat's body, etc.). They're definitely worth taking a look at if you plan to use this book in your game.

Past that is one of the more unique options in the book - playing primarily as a familiar, complete with your own Sorcerer as a companion. Another archetype, the Prowler, makes melee combat more viable for cats, while the other races have their own archetypes for added fun and flavor.

After ALL of that, we finally reach Chapter Four, Insanity and Dreams. Dread is a new mechanic governing how badly you're messed up by Eldritch things, and all characters get a threshold of 3 + Wis. Exposure beyond the threshold has effects ranging from the minor (Disturbed, which has no in-game effect) to fainting and having a Heart Attack (2d6 Con damage). Characters can make a Will Save to avoid dread, and the book notes that it should only be used for particularly dangerous or dramatic things, rather than every time people encounter something creepy. Overuse takes away from the impact, after all.

The book also recommends the use of the Dread Resistance rule (which, basically, says that creatures immune to fear stuff get a bonus to dread).

A more long-term condition is Insanity, which can be acquired in multiple ways and manifests in the form of phobias, obsessions, erratic behavior, and the like. This is an alteration of normal insanity rules, and should also affect things like the insanity spell. Tables are included to help randomize the insanities, and - ahem - the art in this section demonstrates one of the many reasons this book is not for children.

(No, seriously. Fanservice art aside, this is a horror-focused book, and a certain amount of maturity is needed to make it work in a game. I strongly recommend against allowing children to read this product.)

The latter part of this chapter focuses on the Dreamlands, an important part of the Mythos. Characters normally don't remember what goes on in the Dreamlands, but some - like Dreamlands Cats - always remember. While the Dreamlands exist as a distinct plane of existence, they are almost impossible to reach by transport magic and the like (Plane Shift and Gate auto-fail, and even Wishes may fail). Time is distorted in the Dreamlands, and people (all of whom visit there when they sleep) can lead very different lives. This offers significant potential for having characters wake up with absolutely no idea what's going on - could be fun.

Several options - including items and feats - make it easier to remember what goes on.

Chapter Five focuses on magic, beginning with a variety of new spells. (These include things like shrinking a person but not their gear, getting rid of a target's highest available spell slot, and sending a dream of Cthulhu to give someone an insanity). Some of these are pretty nasty - say, implanting a Dark Young into somebody - and regularly using some of these might well drive characters towards Chaotic and/or Evil. No, really - those are fairly common descriptors among the spells. Characters from Occult Adventures are thrown a bone, here, and can take many of the new spells.

Beyond the spells, we get a section introducing Rituals, which are designed to be done as a group and can have significant effects. Rituals go from 2nd to 9th level (no easy 1st level rituals, sorry), and have effects ranging from summoning up an uncontrolled entity to scrying the Yellow Sign (of Hastur) on things. Defense-minded characters will probably want to look into the Create Elder Sign ritual, which can ward objects and places. Or, y'know, you could summon Azathoth. ...This is not recommended, since it usually leads to the destruction of the planet in short order.

In Chapter Six, we're introduced to Mythos Items and Artifacts. These range from the relatively mundane (a teapot that can only poison drinks for some people) to the more worrying (flasks that can turn into proto-Shoggoths) to the quite concerning (a drink that heals diseases and physical ability damage, but starts to turn you into a monster unless you succeed on a Fort throw).

Outside of these "normal" items, we have some alien objects that can't be easily manufactured or recharged, only found. Some of these are mildly useful (a drink that makes you 1d10 years younger), others are more useful (a drug that lets you ask a question about the past or future, a gate that teleports to a specific other location, etc.).

Up next is one of my favorite parts of this product - the Books of the Cthulhu Mythos. I love eldritch grimoires, so having a section with them was a special treat. Actually reading these tomes requires research, and you get a bonus over time if you keep studying it. Of course, it's a Mythos tome, so it's not that safe - each research check also has a chance of causing Dread (a rare case where it's commonly inflicted), but overcoming this may also award XP.

Each book offers a variety of benefits, including bonuses to certain skills, knowledge of spells and/or rituals, and occasionally specific and unique effects (like learning a spell you normally couldn't have). Tomes like the Book of Eibon, the Celaeno Fragments, and (of course) the Necronomicon are included. That last one is, perhaps unsurprisingly, the most complex and potentially dangerous book.

That said, mythos tomes are designed specifically to attract the unwary. Researching them isn't actually that hard - they do give you a bonus to it, after all. There's just, y'know, the possibility of going insane, dying, or calling up things far beyond your ability to control. Fun for the whole cult!

From there, this book goes into unique magical items. Some are fairly specific in nature (like the Chain of the Deep, a neck slot item that gives a bonus to Constitution but only works for certain types of creatures), others are useful for adventuring (the Silver Key, which helps when visiting the Dreamlands), and a few are quite powerful indeed (the Lamp of Alhazred, which can project windows to other times and places... and perhaps even allow teleporting to them).

The items section finishes up with a couple of Artifacts. The R'lyeh Disk fragments provide benefits to mythos entities (or can summon Cthulhu if they're put together - and no, of course he's not under you control), while the R'lyeh Tablet essentially has people Astral Project to R'lyeh and may even let them bring things back. Lots of plot opportunities, there. Meanwhile, the Shining Trapezohedron acts as a highly accurate Divination spell (that you can use at-will), but also has a chance of terrifying the watcher or, worse, summoning an avatar of Nyarlathotep.

Chapter Seven walks us through mythos cults. Each cult is described in detail and comes with a variety of gifts (benefits and options available only to members of the cult). For example, the cult of Shub-Niggurath may receive living horrors as pets/familiars/companions or Mi-Go technology, while the cults of Nyarlathotep grant different gifts based on the aspect being worshipped (from flight to one-time spells usable regardless of casting ability). These are interesting for tweaking enemies, and equally flavorful if your players are playing cultists.

The cults are focused on the most popular mythos entities - Cthulhu, Hastur, Azathoth, Yog-Sothoth, etc. - but some shorter entries are provided for other entities. (Atlach-Nacha, Bokrug, Dagon & Hydra, etc.)

We also get some pages on Tcho-Tcho (a human subculture), Deep Ones, general religious views of mythos entities, and how less-eldritch creatures tend to see the cults.

Chapter Eight - and would you believe we're only 40% of the way into this thing? - focuses on the Great Old Ones and the Outer Gods. Unlike the official bestiary entries, Great Old Ones - which aren't full deities - aren't really meant to be fought with this book. Fighting may help banish them, but they're difficult or impossible to actually hurt.

Instead, entities get an Elder Influence stat block. This is essentially a targetable area effect with one AC (yes, touch attacks also have to hit it - low BAB classes have almost no hope of doing so aside from spells that give them, like, a +20 to accuracy). For example, Abhoth - Outer God of disease, fecundity, and oozes - has a 300 foot influence with a 50 square foot nucleus, an AC of 40, almost 500 HP, and a +24 bonus to its saves. When it manifests, it spawns Filth (which are similar to proto-shoggoths), and damaging the influence creates more filth. If too many are present, Abhoth absorbs them and heals. Each filth can have a special power or effect, and damaging the area or the filth triggers a wide-range mind control effect.

Yes, it's nasty. Yes, it's really nasty. Yes, it's intentional. Elder Influences aren't the sort of thing you can just have a Paladin smite and full attack to get rid of. There's some 26 entities with influences presented, and yes, some of them are worse than Abhoth. (Azathoth, for example, requires accurately dealing over 700 HP in one round - while Great Cthulhu has multiple stages of influence and defeating him only sets him back one stage... so the fight may not be over yet). All in all, the section is about 90 pages all by itself.

Chapter Nine gives us the Mythos Bestiary, another hundred or so pages of creatures for parties to face. Note that simple combat encounters aren't always the best way to use these creatures. Many of them honestly don't care that much about mortals, and may not even want to fight unless they really have to.

Chapter Ten is an expanded bestiary, generally reprinting content from other sources. Republished content is inherently less valuable, but this is a mythos-themed book, and there's some genuine utility in having most such creatures in one tome instead of having to search through all of your other books. This section is also about a hundred pages - 20% of the book, give or take a smidge - and does include things like Cthulhu's stat block if you want to use it.

The book wraps up with an appendixes (creatures by CR - including Elder Influences) and the OGL.

Overall, this is a solid product, with few problems and errors. I did notice a couple - for example, there's a sidebar titled "Gamemaster's Note" that deals with the Dreamlands. That's not a problem by itself, but there's an index of sidebars on the front, and the title is vague enough to provide no helpful information when looking at that index. It's a minor quibble, as such things go, but it is a quibble all the same.

That said, this book is pretty much everything I hoped it would be when I chose to help fund it. I definitely got my money's worth, and if you enjoy some Lovecraftian lore in your games - as I do - then this is the mythos product to get. It gets 5 Stars, a Stamp of Approval, and my Recommendation.


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Rysky wrote:

I’m loving the character options. I don’t think there’s any call outs to Golarion in it, or if there are I missed it.

There’s 2 Bestiaries in effect, ones a recollection of Pathfinder monsters that might be thematic and then there’s a Bestiary of completely new monsters (or ones with very different stats, I love the Wendigo).

Thank you, Rysky.

Would you be able to run a normal Pathfinder Core character with these rules?


GRuzom wrote:

Thanks! This is very helpful!

I GM a low fantasy GURPS campaign with a Cthulhu twist. The players are not so fond of the system and I've been thinking about changing to Pathfinder rules. This sounds like just what I need:-)

Could the player make characters using CORE & AGP and then play them with these rules?
And, could I, as GM use my other Pathfinder books, NPC's and such?

Thanks again

You can run this book with just the Pathfinder core rules no issues. I only have two caveats on that. First you should allow players to use the players options section of this book where campaign appropriate. Obviously if ghouls or dreamlands cats don't work as races in your campaign setting disallow that, but some of the feats and equipment presented for players in this book are expected for dealing with the threats presented, specifically mechanics for dealing with dread and insanities.

Second to keep a low fantasy feel in Pathfinder it is advisable to restrict the spell selection of full casters, those being spellcasters capable of casting 9th level spells. There is a habit of Pathfinder to bypass roleplaying opportunities via spells that just magically solve a problem. Specifically I'd either just ration out wizard spellbook access or just make spellcasters be sorcerers/oracles instead of wizards/clerics.


Oh right, another thing. For monster variety you probably want to use a few more Bestiaries as the GM, unless you want literally every monster to be from the mythos.


You can run this book with ...

Thank you, sounds like good advise -

I think that We'll run this as E6 (or is it 6E?) with the slow progression. And very few magic items.


E6 is probably a good idea for the tone it sounds like you're going for.


What I thought - downloaded P6 and will read it during the weekend.


Any chance that any of you lucky/clever owners of the pdf would write a Product review?

Pretty please ...


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GRuzom wrote:

Any chance that any of you lucky/clever owners of the pdf would write a Product review?

Pretty please ...

It's a big book; I'm working on it. :)


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Ask and ye shall receive.

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Yay!


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...The logical conclusion, of course, is that you should be careful what you ask for in case you actually get it. This book is many things, but "Safe for PCs" is not one of them. XD Seriously, some of the threats - like Elder Influences - are nasty.

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But, Ghouls! And kitties!


Feros wrote:
GRuzom wrote:

Any chance that any of you lucky/clever owners of the pdf would write a Product review?

Pretty please ...

It's a big book; I'm working on it. :)

:-) biting my nails ....


GM Rednal wrote:
Ask and ye shall receive.

Thanks for the review, GM rednal, that was very helpful - and I'm very happy now that I ordered the book, though I have to wait.

sounds like it'll be worth the wait!


GM Rednal wrote:
...The logical conclusion, of course, is that you should be careful what you ask for in case you actually get it. This book is many things, but "Safe for PCs" is not one of them. XD Seriously, some of the threats - like Elder Influences - are nasty.

As they should be! :-)


you know just ability to play cat with humanoid familiar worth's the price and we literally need book like these from publishers


khadgar567 wrote:
you know just ability to play cat with humanoid familiar worth's the price and we literally need book like these from publishers

Yes, we do -

Hope it ships soon!!!!!!


Any news ... anyone?
Have you ... anything?
looking out in the rain ...


We got pics from the proofing process on the 13th of December. Other than that, we should be pretty close to the full printing and shipping. It'll probably go out to backers first, then distributors like Paizo.


GM Rednal wrote:
We got pics from the proofing process on the 13th of December. Other than that, we should be pretty close to the full printing and shipping. It'll probably go out to backers first, then distributors like Paizo.

Thanks! Can't wait:-)


Got my preorder in. The company site is showing "sold out" on all the editions of the book already.


Well, poop. Guess there goes my copy.


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I wouldn't give up just yet. After initial shipments - and saving a few for returns/exchanges - companies usually have a couple left over. They'll probably accommodate you if you ask to reserve any of those they might have. ^^


DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Well, poop. Guess there goes my copy.

Hope not - were one of the backers?

Good sales is great for Peterson Games. Now I'll hope that they'll print more!
Really want this book:-)

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Will there definitely be a PDF version available to buy? I'm in the UK and the shipping on big books would be huge and I'm not feeling very confident that I could buy it through other channels over here. Really wish I'd backed the kickstarter now :'-(

Silver Crusade

Shaun Hocking wrote:
Will there definitely be a PDF version available to buy? Really wish I'd backed the kickstarter now :'-(

This...

And I would have backed the Kickstarter, but I have been having a lot of issues with my account there (has to do with my old phone, a backup email account that I no longer have access to, and being frustrated by Yahoo).

Silver Crusade

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Please do not suggest pirating.


I'm pretty sure the PDF version will be up for sale when the physical version comes out. I'm actually a little surprised that they haven't already put it up - backers got it a long time ago, and there's not much other reason to delay.


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I have to say I'm loving the Aklo essay. I really like it when a language is made out to be more than just "you put a rank in Linguistics, you're now fluent in this tongue."


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Update: Backers were just sent some pictures from the printer. The books (clearly) aren't done being printed yet, but physical production is happening.


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GM Rednal wrote:
Update: Backers were just sent some pictures from the printer. The books (clearly) aren't done being printed yet, but physical production is happening.

Manohmanohmaaaann!!!!


Update: More pics (for backers) came out today. We have quite a lot of pictures of a proofing copy (not bound or with the proper cover), but it does have things like pages in the right order, full colors for everything, and so on. Things look pretty good so far, so it probably won't be long before the full print run gets going. ^^

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We have been in touch with the folks at Petersen Games, and we will have plenty of copies available on paizo.com when they are released for retail sale.


Rick Kunz wrote:

We have been in touch with the folks at Petersen Games, and we will have plenty of copies available on paizo.com when they are released for retail sale.

YESSSS!!! :-)


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Update: Pics of the leather cover for the collector's edition. The signed sheets are being shipped back to the printers. We're continuing to progress towards the final release. ^^


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Getting closer now. New update gave backers a draft of a neat adventure and apparently the Hero Lab files are coming along nicely


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And ANOTHER update gives us a video of an advance copy. XD The books are almost done being printed and should be shipped out soon. Dunno how long the Trans-Pacific leg will be, but we're getting veeeeeery close now.


GM Rednal wrote:
And ANOTHER update gives us a video of an advance copy. XD The books are almost done being printed and should be shipped out soon. Dunno how long the Trans-Pacific leg will be, but we're getting veeeeeery close now.

SOOoooOOOOoooNNNN!


Any news - anyone?


Updates Anyone! This is the most excited I've been about a release since PF Core.


Well, for Valentine's Day, backers got the starter adventure. XD Otherwise, nothing since the video I linked above. Stuff should be getting shipped from the printer soonish, though...?


GM Rednal wrote:
Well, for Valentine's Day, backers got the starter adventure. XD Otherwise, nothing since the video I linked above. Stuff should be getting shipped from the printer soonish, though...?

Worse than waiting for Christmas and flæskesteg ...!


I can't wait to unleash this book on my players.


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Big update! The US shipment is expected on March 15th. Shipping may vary a bit for various reasons, of course, but for the most part such tracking is pretty accurate. XD

There are only three SKU's involved (book, collector's book, bestiary deck), so the packing process is expected to be fairly straightforward. That means quick shipments in the days following its arrival. Worldwide shipments are expected to lag a bit behind the US, probably by several weeks.


GM Rednal wrote:
... Worldwide shipments are expected to lag a bit behind the US, probably by several weeks...

argh!

Just happy to get it:-)


Shaun Hocking wrote:
Will there definitely be a PDF version available to buy? I'm in the UK and the shipping on big books would be huge and I'm not feeling very confident that I could buy it through other channels over here. Really wish I'd backed the kickstarter now :'-(

Does this help ? (Haven't used this shop myself):

https://www.board-game.co.uk/product/sandy-petersens-cthulhu-mythos-for-pat hfinder/

For some reason the forum adds a sapce after the 'pa' of pathfinder, breaking the link, just delete it when you paste the url


Yeah, you have to use the URL tags for links. ^^

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