New 118 pp Call of Cthulhu adventure by (Cthu) Lou Agresta on the way


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Hey all,

For what it's worth, I just heard from my publisher, Supergenius Games, and my new Call of Cthulu adventure is due to be on sale here next week. I'm pretty stoked! PDF first, followed by dead tree. It's 118 pages of creepy Cthonic goodness (I think so anyhoo, though I might be slightly biased *whistles*) set in NYC, and if anyone picks it up, I'll be very grateful to hear what you think.

- Lou


Louis Agresta wrote:

Hey all,

For what it's worth, I just heard from my publisher, Supergenius Games, and my new Call of Cthulu adventure is due to be on sale here next week. I'm pretty stoked! PDF first, followed by dead tree. It's 118 pages of creepy Cthonic goodness (I think so anyhoo, though I might be slightly biased *whistles*) set in NYC, and if anyone picks it up, I'll be very grateful to hear what you think.

- Lou

Cool!

If there just was a way to order the printed Cthulhu Books without such an enormous p&h to europe ... :)

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Congrats, Lou! This was the adventure you were playtesting at the Werecabbage gathering at GenCon, right?

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NSpicer wrote:
Congrats, Lou! This was the adventure you were playtesting at the Werecabbage gathering at GenCon, right?

Hey Neil - yep! That's the one. Greg A. Vaughan, Emily Marie Harris and Erik Frankhouse were playtesting it for me.

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gurps wrote:
Louis Agresta wrote:

Hey all,

For what it's worth, I just heard from my publisher, Supergenius Games, and my new Call of Cthulu adventure is due to be on sale here next week. I'm pretty stoked! PDF first, followed by dead tree. It's 118 pages of creepy Cthonic goodness (I think so anyhoo, though I might be slightly biased *whistles*) set in NYC, and if anyone picks it up, I'll be very grateful to hear what you think.

- Lou

Cool!

If there just was a way to order the printed Cthulhu Books without such an enormous p&h to europe ... :)

Thanks gurps! If you try it out, I'd love to hear what you think. I have no idea how Supergenius handles their shipping and such for print. Maybe post over there and ask 'em?

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It's out! I expect it to be available here on Paizo soon. Also, dead tree available next week.


I'll definitely check it out. CoC is one of the many games that I haven't gotten to play nearly enough.

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James Keegan wrote:
I'll definitely check it out. CoC is one of the many games that I haven't gotten to play nearly enough.

Cool and thanks! Let me know what you think. It's written for contemporary, but contains detailed guidance for running gaslight and 20s/30s.

I can almost hear the screams from your future...*rubs hands evilly*

Paizo Employee Director of Game Development

Awesome, Lou! I can't wait to get a copy. From the things I've been hearing, the adventure sounds like a blast.

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Adam Daigle wrote:
Awesome, Lou! I can't wait to get a copy. From the things I've been hearing, the adventure sounds like a blast.

Thanks, Adam. It's not like the "sick" adventure I run privately for select hardened gamers at Gencon, but it's pretty out there at times. Can't wait to hear what you think.

Paizo Employee Director of Game Development

Dude, you kept Greg up way past his bedtime, so it's gotta be a good adventure.

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Adam Daigle wrote:
Dude, you kept Greg up way past his bedtime, so it's gotta be a good adventure.

And now you can stay up late listening to the Atomic Array about Snows!

Atomic Array #37

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Anyone try this out yet? I'm dying to hear what you think out there in Paizo-land!

Dark Archive

My deadtree version is shipping at the moment. It will be here in Ireland in about 2 weeks. Then I need 2-3 days to go through the stuff.
So I guess I can review it in about three weeks.

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Tharen the Damned wrote:

My deadtree version is shipping at the moment. It will be here in Ireland in about 2 weeks. Then I need 2-3 days to go through the stuff.

So I guess I can review it in about three weeks.

Nice!


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I got my copy from my FLGS (I had them pre-order it)about two weeks ago but I just started reading through it. I'm not sure when I'll get to run it, but I'll let you know then how it goes.

Initial impressions are great though. My high expectations haven't been let down at all.

I jumped on this because your interview on atomic array had me super curious about the unique way that you laid this adventure out. I'm about a quarter of the way through and I'm already thinking that I would like to see other adventures written in the same style.

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Jam412 wrote:

I got my copy from my FLGS (I had them pre-order it)about two weeks ago but I just started reading through it. I'm not sure when I'll get to run it, but I'll let you know then how it goes.

Initial impressions are great though. My high expectations haven't been let down at all.

I jumped on this because your interview on atomic array had me super curious about the unique way that you laid this adventure out. I'm about a quarter of the way through and I'm already thinking that I would like to see other adventures written in the same style.

Thanks! That's gratifying to hear. Eager to see how your game goes. So far I've received about 4 play reports, plus my 2 play tests and each and every one of them proceeded through the adventure by an entirely different route. Kinda cool, as that was the sort of replay-ability for which I was a shootin'.


Looks pretty different from most of the other CoC adventures being that it's about the size dimensions of something like the True20 Pocket Players Guide book.

For those who haven't played/read the adventure itself, there's good news and there's bad news...

Spoiler:
Good News: Elvis is in the adventure. Bad News: He doesn't do anything to help fight the monsters one-on-one-like. ;P

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Here4daFreeSwag wrote:

Looks pretty different from most of the other CoC adventures being that it's about the size dimensions of something like the True20 Pocket Players Guide book.

For those who haven't played/read the adventure itself, there's good news and there's bad news...

** spoiler omitted **

In this adventure!

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