Cthulhu Dark Ages

  • Title: Cthulhu Dark Ages
  • Author: Stephane Gesbert
  • ISBN: 9781568821719
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cthulhu Dark Ages CALL OF CTHULHU ROLEPLAYING A D The world is torn apart Empires and kingdoms have endured two centuries of invasions and now warlords fight over the remains like wild dogs The clergy is weak and
    CALL OF CTHULHU ROLEPLAYING 950 A.D The world is torn apart Empires and kingdoms have endured two centuries of invasions, and now warlords fight over the remains like wild dogs The clergy is weak and morally depraved, cities are depopulated, trade is stagnant, and violence reigns everywhere History is coming into the Sixth Age of humankind, the ultimate age beforeCALL OF CTHULHU ROLEPLAYING 950 A.D The world is torn apart Empires and kingdoms have endured two centuries of invasions, and now warlords fight over the remains like wild dogs The clergy is weak and morally depraved, cities are depopulated, trade is stagnant, and violence reigns everywhere History is coming into the Sixth Age of humankind, the ultimate age before the end of the world.The Byzantine Theodoras Philetas translated the Al Azif into Greek, and renames it the Necronomicon It will take a century before that blasphemous tome is finally condemned, and most copies destroyed Cthulhu Dark Ages continues Lovecraft s sinister tradition of men and women struggling against the dark forces of the Cthulhu Mythos, but in a time nearly one thousand years before Lovecraft s birth Cthulhu Dark Ages is a complete roleplaying game using Chaosium s classic Basic Roleplaying System.

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    1. Well, this is something of a disappointment. In general, a good read and the setting makes sense. However, it has a lot of instances of really bad editing, isn't in fact a complete Role-Playing Game (it has a lot of references to other Cthulhu sourcebooks, and doesn't even have an entry on Cthulhu himself!), and I felt it focused to much on combat in the rules. The example adventure takes a lot of space, but is less than stellar, although it has some good points. The art design isn't terrible, b [...]

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    2. A new perspective on lovecraft's mythology. Incredibly useful.

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    3. It was a good sourcebook for a CoC game. Not the best written, but good none the less.

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