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Score Big Savings with the Stygian Fox Call of Cthulhu Bundle of Holding

Recent CofC Stygian Fox supplements are the focus of the newest bundle

I Want to Play (Stygian Fox)A selection of more recent Stygian Fox Publishing releases for Call of Cthulhu are the subject of the latest offer from Bundle of Holding. There’s plenty of material to dive into from the Stygian Fox Cthulhu bundle including cartography, sourcebooks, and adventures.From personal experience, Stygian Fox produces some fantastic work although its’s important to note the adventures are certainly aimed at mature gamers. The savings continue until February 3rd.

About the bundle:

Investigator! This all-new Stygian Fox Cthulhu Bundle presents tabletop roleplaying scenarios and sourcebooks of realistic horror from Stygian Fox Publishing. Though written for the Call of Cthulhu RPG rules, these fiercely imaginative (and uncomfortable) investigations range beyond the Mythos and across many times and locales. Caution: Not for children.

For just US$7.95 you get all four titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $42) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including The Book of Contemporary Magical Places, the modern-day CoC scenario I Want to Play, the beautiful Cartomancy 23: Lovecraft Country Map Pack collection, and an unusual play aid: Afterlives, a deck of print-and-cut cards that describe your Investigator’s ultimate post-scenario fate.

And if you pay more than the threshold price of $19.75, you’ll level up and also get our entire Bonus Collection with five more scenarios and sourcebooks worth an additional $60, including Nakuko (set in 1990s Japan); The Dark Forest (modern-day Michigan); Thorston, the Shunned Town on the Dee and Nightmare on the Necropolis Express (both Cthulhu by Gaslight Victorian-era); and Autophagia (1920s New York).

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