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Call of Cthulhu: Nameless Horrors Second Edition | Review and Page-Through

Call of Cthulhu: Nameless Horrors Second Edition (Chaosium Inc)Game Title: Call of Cthulhu – Nameless Horrors Second Edition

Publisher: Chaosium Inc

Authors: Paul Fricker, Matt Sanderson, and Scott Dorward

Artists: Lin Hsiang, Caleb Cleveland, Irene Cano, Celyn Davies, Emanuele Desiati, Nicholas Grey, Pat Loboyko, and Lee Simpson

Year: 2023

Genre: Collection of six Call of Cthulhu adventures

Pages: 208 pages

MSRP: $42.99 in hardcover or $21.99 in PDF at DriveThruRPG

I dive in to share my thoughts about the second edition of Nameless Horrors for Call of Cthulhu. Are these half dozen tales destined to put a chill down your player’s spines? Or should these horrors remain unseen rather than nameless? You’ll find out!

2:35 Diving into Call of Cthulhu Nameless Horrors
22:42 Final thoughts and review score
26:55 Wrapping up

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    Call of Cthulhu: Nameless Horrors Second Edition | Review and Page-Through

    All six of the adventures in Nameless Horrors are very solid and I especially like the first and last in the collection. I have to say they aren't exactly in tune with how I like to present Call of Cthulhu at my table, but these are nonetheless worthy of your attention. I have to say they are certainly best sited as one offs as they'd be pretty difficult to adapt for your on going campaigns. Also, the conclusions of each tend to end on a bit on a downside as you can expect many of the investigators to be insane or out of action entirely.
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