This image truly marks the end of #thegreatpicture. From here, we’re going to leave the tale of two modern investigators to the stories you’ll soon be telling, set decades in the past. This terrifying image from Sam Lamont will grace the cover of a new edition of the classic Call of Cthulhu campaign Masks of Nyarlathtotep. You may recognize fragments of it from the past few weeks.

The new edition of Masks of Nyarlathtotep is a complete revision and updating of this epic multi-part campaign set in 1925, in which steadfast investigators must unravel secrets and battle the minions of darkness in an attempt to stop world-shattering events from destroying humanity. Stay tuned to our newsletter Ab Chaos, and our blog, for more details on this exciting upcoming release.

8 thoughts on “This image truly marks the end of #thegreatpicture. From here, we’re going to leave the tale of two modern…

  1. < ![CDATA[Darn! Missed you whining about CoC 7th! Care to share your thoughts again or a link to the previous post? I'm a bit on the fence with it myself. The books are, however, quite pretty.]]>

  2. Nicholas Hopkins Oh, I was just griping about how slick the books looked after browsing them in my FLGS, and how I was perfectly damn happy with my old box set from 1982.

    But then yesterday I bought a copy of the Keeper’s Rulebook. Looks like they basically added in Intent & Task and “Yes, but…”, which is kind of staggering for such a classic.

  3. < ![CDATA[Nicholas Hopkins Oh, I was just griping about how slick the books looked after browsing them in my FLGS, and how I was perfectly damn happy with my old box set from 1982.
    But then yesterday I bought a copy of the Keeper’s Rulebook. Looks like they basically added in Intent & Task and “Yes, but…”, which is kind of staggering for such a classic.]]>