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Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Early Access

Canis Mysterium Now Available for Call of Cthulhu

Canis MysteriumJust in time for Halloween comes the latest adventure for Call of Cthulhu, Canis Mysterium. Suitable as a jumping off point for a new C of C campaign, the 32 page adventure book is available for an MSRP of $10.95.

From Chaosium:

Constable Clark of Coldwater Falls, was desperate for attention. He’d been in touch with every sanatorium and hospital from New York to Boston and there’s not an empty bed to be found since the stock market crash last year. They’re full to brimming with suicidal businessmen and investors. He’s holding a man in his jail exhibiting some rather… extraordinary behaviors. The delusion is complete and total — he walks on…

Canis Mysterium is an adventure scenario for the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying system designed to be played in one or more gaming sessions. This scenario is suitable as an introduction to a new campaign or can easily be worked into an established storyline. As written, this adventure is set in and near Arkham of October of 1930, making Chaosium’s H.P. LOVECRAFT’S ARKHAM supplement particularly helpful.

In “The Werewolf of Coldwater Falls”, the investigators are called upon to research the strange psychology behind a man exhibiting canine behaviors, discovered with the shinbone of a missing girl dangling from his maw.

Several scenario seeds are offered to keepers who wish to expand and continue the events of this gaming adventure, perhaps giving birth to a brand new campaign or providing handy subplot sessions to pre-existing campaigns. If new characters are created for this scenario we suggest Arkham, Massachusetts as home, and ties to Miskatonic University (particularly the Psychology department) are encouraged.

Jeff McAleer

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