Call of Cthulhu variants & other Mythos RPGs

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Re: Call of Cthulhu variants & other Mythos RPGs

Postby thorr-kan » Fri Mar 31, 2017 3:34 pm

Khedrac wrote:Does Munchkin Cthulhu count?

Cthulhu-ian. Causes mind-devouring loss of sanity. Controlled by otherworldly Secret Masters.

I'd say it counts.
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Re: Call of Cthulhu variants & other Mythos RPGs

Postby Boneguard » Fri Mar 31, 2017 7:48 pm

Cakebread & Walton has 2 games with a strong Mythos/Cthulhu element.

Dark Streets is a stand alone OpenQuest inspired d100 system. It's London 1749 and the idea is you are part of the police force dealing with Mythos and mondaine issues.

Clockwork & Cthulhu aims at adding a Mythos element to Clockwork & Chivalry. It' set in 17th century England. It'seems ot stand alone, but there is a free Renaissance d100 system (Cakebread & Walton core D100 system, an OpenQuest variant), if you do not wish to get the Clockwork & Chivalry corebook.
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