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Call of Cthulhu: Regency Cthulhu | Review and Page-Through

Regency Cthulhu: Darkness and Decorum in Jane Austen’s England (Chaosium Inc)Game Title: Call of Cthulhu – Regency Cthulhu

PublisherChaosium Inc

Authors: Andrew Peregrine, Lynne Hardy, and Friends

Artists: Carlos Cara Álvarez, Alberto Bontempi, J B Casacop, Tyler Clark, James Denton, Andrey Fetisov, Emilien Francois, Doruk Golcu, Kali Huisse, Kurt Komoda, Jeff Kristian, Anh Le, Amanda Lee, Indre Lelertaviciute, Mitch Mueller, Cristian C. Otazu, Mirco Paganessi, Vincenzo Sirianni, Dimitar Spasov, Sam Turner, Kim Van Deun, and Chris Waller

Genre: Call of Cthulhu roleplaying supplement set during England’s Regency Era

Year: 2022

Pages: 244 pages

MSRP: The hardcover carries an MSRP of $44.99 (with PDF) or grab the PDF alone for $22.99 at DriveThruRPG

I take a relatively deep dive into the latest supplement for Call of Cthulhu, Regency Cthulhu. Will gamers make this volume as a crowning achievement for those wishing to mix a bit of sense, sensibility, and Cthulhu? Or will this book end up being about as popular as King George IV was with the common folk of England? You’ll find out!

1:46 diving into Call of Cthulhu: Regency Cthulhu
24:08 Final thoughts and review score
29:47 Wrapping up

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    Call of Cthulhu: Regency Cthulhu | Review and Page-Through

    There is a ton to like in this volume for those looking to set Mythos adventures during the Regency Era or even the Georgian Era, to some extent. Plenty of background brings the setting to life with a focus on what the investigators would normally know and experience in their day to day lives. Most of the artwork is top notch but, truthfully, not of the consistent high level I'm used to seeing throughout a sourcebook from Chaosium Inc. The two adventures are very solid, the second especially, although not overly spectacular. I certainly wasn't a fan of the default outcome for the first tale and I know my players would absolutely hate it. Yet the positives far outweigh the negatives when it comes to Regency Cthulhu and I highly recommend the volume for Keepers looking to share an all new era with their Call of Cthulhu investigators.