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Sun Spots for Call of Cthulhu 7th edition is now available in PDF on DriveThruRPG.com. Funded via Kickstarter at nearly $16k with 533 backers, Sun Spots was originally written by Dave Sokolowski under the editorial guidance of Cthulhu-maestro Keith “Doc” Herber for an Old Ones book nearly ten years ago. With Herber’s untimely death in

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In brief, we have turned the corner passed all the craziness (well, most of it anyway), and am back into full creative mode. Two things of note: The PDF for my Call of Cthulhu scenario Sun Spots is now available on DrivethruRPG here. We’re working feverishly on the physical copies of the books and props.

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Just a quick post to say that, no, this blog is not dead. I’m in a sort of mild hibernation, where I’m not only dealing with some pretty serious real-life issues, but also working on two large and important writing projects (one of which is Sun Spots, of course). Later this summer I’ll come out

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Back in 2007 (nearly 10 years ago, mind you), I promised myself I was going to work as hard as I could until I finally (Finally!) published a Call of Cthulhu scenario. I made two distinct efforts to make this happen: one, I responded to an ad from Keith “Doc” Herber to write a large

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When last we spoke, I was rambling on about a bunch of great RPGs from Kickstarter that I was dying to sink my teeth into. But that list didn’t even touch on the horror/Cthulhu genre, which is near and dear to my heart, and has really been for years my go-to RPG genre. (I have

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We are truly in the golden age of RPGs (never mind board and card games, which are having their own renaissance). Since I joined Kickstarter in 2011, the RPG market has fully grasped and exploited the crowdfunding platform, resulting in millions of dollars in funded table-top RPGs. One just needs to look at the recent

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One of the best parts of living in our Golden Age of RPGs is that the choice of systems to use provides an unprecedented level of game design flexibility. Recently I was watching the Amazon TV show Man in the High Castle thinking how much I liked the story as possible RPG setting. While my

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It’s been nine years since I started working on this project, but it was worth the wait. The Kickstarter for bringing Sun Spots to life as a Call of Cthulhu is now live. You can find the project here. You can see some preliminary illustrations here. Let’s see where this journey takes us!