I talked about it in another thread :
This Saturday, I have played my first Ebon Throne game, during a convention...soner du wrote:Yeah, Lovecraft is definitely in the international public domain.SmootRK wrote:Another fun thing to explore would be a full "Call of Cthulhu" treatment. Does anyone know if Lovecraft's work is now public domain?
I'm working on a BF lovecraftian campaign (just beginning to write stuff).
There will be maybe 10 pages of new rules, mostly a new class : the Cultist, a variant of the Cleric with different spells (depending on the worshipped deity). And new races : Deep One Hybrid, etc.
Some open contents will be adapted from Goblinoid Games' Realms of Crawling Chaos.
Book 1 (basics, island, lvl 1-3) cover : http://img545.imageshack.us/img545/2230 ... ver600.jpg
Book 2 (Earth & Moon, nation, lvl 3-6) cover : http://img805.imageshack.us/img805/2285 ... ver600.jpg
Book 2 (Outer Space, world, lvl 6-9) cover : http://img855.imageshack.us/img855/3615 ... ver600.jpg
Here are the PC's : https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B8B6JH ... NF9PYzRpZw
(a priest of Shub-Niggurath, a Ghoul Sorcerer-Thief, a Deep Hybrid Warrior and a Yith-possessed Sorcerer)
We've played the first half of the final scenario of the 1st tome, when PC's discover that a human crime lord is smuggling food for Mi-Go... (the Mi-Go are forbidden on Earth).