I’m Published in the Spanish Call of Cthulhu Rulebook

My piece on “The Chapel of Contemplation,” originally published in The Unspeakable Oath 18, is appearing in the next edition of the Spanish Call of Cthulhu rulebook.  It appears to be on sale here.

I’m very happy about this, and I also hope it will be helpful for new Keepers as a followup to “The Haunted House” / “The Haunting,” the first scenario in the rulesbook.    It’s a quick and fun scenario, but it never really illustrated how to use the material therein to set up your own campaign, which was clearly part of the intent.  My article provides a toolkit giving the Keeper some statistics and other items to build into their own campaign after this scenario.

Who knows – maybe it’ll travel to some other rulesbooks in other languages?

Published in: on December 4, 2011 at 11:45 am  Comments (4)  

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  1. Felicitaciones en tu publicacion!

    (Not sure that’s 100% right, but you get the point…)

  2. Congratulations! I hope that it will also be published in the next Japanese edition.

  3. Enhorabuena, noraboa, congratulations!
    I played a lot to Call of Cthulhu role playing game when I was younger.
    I have read many of the stories of H.P. Lovecraft and he is one of my favourite writers in literature, and in horror stories.
    It is a film based in H.P. Lovecraft stories that was filmed in Galicia, titled “Dagon”, it isn’t a very good film, but it is interesting, because it connects the lovecraft stories with the galician traditions because in galicia it was a legend or tradition that is the origin of the family with the Mariño surname (Mariño means “marine”), it was a noble, very ancient and influent galician family.
    The legend tells that their family was originated when a noble man captured a mermaid that was the mother of his sons. Another version tells that was a merman who got pregnant a woman.
    The famous Father Fray Benito Feijoo y Montenegro wrote about this story in his Teatro Crítico universal, talking about the possibility of the existence of such beings (mermaids, mermen, and of such unions).
    Galicia was during a lot of time the end of the known world (Finisterrae) and was (and is) a land full of legends and traditions, magic and misteries.
    It is a pity that I don’t have time enough now for playing again to the Call of Cthulhu

  4. ” The history of the Republic shows that many officers and soldiers, especially those that had served under the Kaiser resented this oath.

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