Cthulhu's Dark Cults

Cthulhu s Dark Cults Chaosium s Call of Cthulhu is an endless source of imagination of all things dark and mysterious Here we journey across the globe to witness the numerous and diverse cults that worship Cthulhu and the

  • Title: Cthulhu's Dark Cults
  • Author: David Conyers Shane Jiraiya Cummings WilliamJones
  • ISBN: 9781568822358
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chaosium s Call of Cthulhu is an endless source of imagination of all things dark and mysterious Here we journey across the globe to witness the numerous and diverse cults that worship Cthulhu and the Great Old Ones Lead by powerful sorcerers and fanatical necromancers, their followers are mad and deranged slaves The ancient and alien gods whom they willingly devote tChaosium s Call of Cthulhu is an endless source of imagination of all things dark and mysterious Here we journey across the globe to witness the numerous and diverse cults that worship Cthulhu and the Great Old Ones Lead by powerful sorcerers and fanatical necromancers, their followers are mad and deranged slaves The ancient and alien gods whom they willingly devote themselves are truly terrifying These cults control real power, for they are the real secret masters of our world.This book is part of an expanding collection of Cthulhu Mythos horror fiction and related topics Call of Cthulhu Fiction focuses on single entities, concepts, or authors significant to readers and fans of H.P Lovecraft.

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    1. After reading Cthulhu's Dark Cults my interest in Lovecraftian horror changed Before all I must say that Lovecraftian Horror is my favourite type/kind of horror.With other kinds of horror you feel fright, disgust but in the end, most of the times it ends well. And most of the time our "hero" surpasses everything with nothing but scratches and such.In lovecraftian horror there is a sense of hopelessness and something more great than our puny little lives. It's a cosmic reality that transcends eve [...]

    2. This is a very consistent anthology, none of the stories are terrible, but none really stand out either. The stories are very loosely connected, with some characters from earlier stories being referred to in later stories. Not surprisingly, as this is published by Chaosium, it meshes well with the Call of Cthulhu rpg - many of these stories could be fairly easily adapted into rpg adventures.

    3. A solid short story collection. I feel that the overall quality of the stories is higher than most of the similar collections in Chaosium's Call of Cthulhu fiction line.

    4. References a lot of Call of Cthulhu adventures, indirectly at least, so those unfamiliar with the products won't get as much from this.

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