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Classic Call of Cthulhu Deluxe 2″ Box Set | Review and Page-Through

Classic Call of Cthulhu Deluxe 2Game Title: Classic Call of Cthulhu Deluxe 2″ Box Set 

PublisherChaosium Inc

Authors: Sandy Petersen, John Carnaham, John Scott Clegg, Marc Hutchison, Marc Harmon, David A. Hargrave, M.B. Millner, Elizabeth A. Wolcott, Bob Heggie, Ed Gore, Randy McCall, William James Hamblin, Yurek Chodak, Tadashi Ehara, Harry Henderson, Steve Perrin, Greg Stafford, Morgan Conrad, Alan K. Crandall, Gene Day, Keith Herber, Chris Marrinan, Mark Pettigrew, Glenn Rahman, John Sullivan, Tom Sullivan, Richard L. Tierney, and Lynn Willis

Artists: Gene Day, Tom Sullivan, Lisa A. Free, Steve Purcell, and Chris Marrinan

Genre: Reproduction of Classic Call of Cthulhu RPG rules and five supplements

Year: 2022

Pages: Over 500 pages combined

MSRP: The box set carries an MSRP of $119.99 (with PDF) or grab the PDF alone for $59.99

This marks the 900th review on The Gaming Gang. The Classic Call of Cthulhu Deluxe 2″ Box Set includes reproductions of the original rulebook and guide to the 1920s, Shadows of Yog-Sothoth, Cthulhu Companion, The Asylum and Other Tales, Trail of Tsathogghua, and Fragments of Fear. Is this a glorious flashback to the first years of the venerable horror RPG, which fans of the system want to add to their collections? Or have the years simply not been kind to these early Call of Cthulhu products? You’ll find out!

3:05 Diving into the Classic Call of Cthulhu 2″ Box Set
30:00 Final thoughts and review score
31:54 Wrapping up

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    Classic Call of Cthulhu Deluxe 2″ Box Set | Review and Page-Through

    The fantastically presented Classic Call of Cthulhu set brings back a ton of great memories from my high school days of running the RPG. Keep in mind as you watch the review, I love Call of Cthulhu and have run the system since its release in 1981. One item to remember is this isn't some collectors' item which should sit on a shelf. The entire contents of the box are absolutely playable to this day and, while our expected presentation as gamers have changed since their release, there are years of CofC adventuring to be had with the rulebook and five supplements. My highest recommendation not only for fans of the system but for newcomers interested in giving the original game of Mythos horror a try.