‘Horrore’, cosmic and otherwise

Has it been a week already?

Golden Goblin Press have (has?) announced its next Kickstarter project – De Horrore Cosmico.  If the K-S hits the funding target in the first 24 hours they’re adding a 7th scenario written by Cthulhu Invictus author Chad Bowser.  As of 1 pm EST they’re at 5k to go.

Speaking of Kickstarters, Pagan’s Horrors of War (technically ‘A Covenant with Death’ since Horrors of War is the title of the book series) has funded and is creeping past a few stretch goals.  A lack of a PDF option seems to have damped interest, but I’m still hoping they’ll make it to 32k so I can get the first two books for the price of one.

I missed last week’s Ken and Robin Talk about Stuff – taking about the battle of Poltava, running one-shots, and the occultist Sarah Helen Whitman – and this week’s – talking about how players can help the flow of games, the game aspects of the militarization of police, and how one might shorten the US Civil War.  In both episodes they include bits from their GenCon gumshoe panel.

We have had confirmation of print copies of Starfall Over the Plateau of Leng, so I’ve updated the 2014 RPG book list.

Finally, in happy news, the server issues that knocked the Miskatonic University Podcast offline have been resolved. You can listen to the Chaosium panel they recorded at GenCon 2014 here; drop by their site to tell them they’ve been missed, won’t you? {Err, looks like their forums are down while they switch hosting services.#

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4 comments on “‘Horrore’, cosmic and otherwise

  1. PirateLawyer says:

    The 32K stretch goal for ASG’s kickstarter seems very far out of reach, sadly. Pagan’s inability to produce its book(s) to the industry standard of full digital copies (pdf and/or pdf + print) is off-putting to many. Which is regrettable for many reasons beyond our selfish desire to get two books for the price of one. I for one would very much like to see Pagan get a better cash flow and to produce its products a little more frequently because of how good their books usually are.

  2. Graham says:

    The MUP website is back up, but the last few times I’ve tried to visit the forum it seems to still be down.

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