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Call of Cthulhu: Petersen’s Abominations Reviewed on The Gaming Gang Dispatch #708

Petersen's Abominations (Chaosium Publishing)Title: Call of Cthulhu – Petersen’s Abominations

Publisher: Chaosium Inc

Authors: Sandy Petersen with Mike Mason

Artists: Lee Simpson, M. Wayne Miller, Evgeny Maloshenkov, Grzegorz Pedrycz, and Victor Leza

Year: 2017

Genre: Call of Cthulhu sourcebook and adventure collection

Pages: 200 pages

MSRP: $39.95 for the hardcover or $19.99 in PDF at DriveThruRPG

On this episode I tackle the five Call of Cthulhu adventure collection Petersen’s Abominations from Chaosium Inc. The tome includes modern tales of Mythos terror created by Sandy Petersen himself. Plus the latest tabletop gaming news from Modiphius Entertainment, Havoc Games, Bezier Games, Bundle of Holding, Sorchi Games, and more.

06:42 Tabletop gaming news of the day
33:14 A Rock-Con recap
42:37 Discussing and taking a look at Call of Cthulhu: Petersen’s Abominations
1:04:52 Final thoughts and review score
1:10:50 Wrapping up

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    Call of Cthulhu: Petersen’s Abominations Reviewed on The Gaming Gang Dispatch #708

    All five of the adventures within Petersen's Abominations are well written and presented although I feel three of the tales are far stronger than the other two. This is certainly a book aimed at experienced Keepers as there will be a lot of prep time needed, especially as far as the Mohole adventure. It's pretty apparent these were written as tournament one offs and the chances for a TPK taking place are high. This might lead to some hard feelings from the players if they happen to be still trying to tie things together. All an all though three really good and two solid adventures earns this my recommendation.
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