Cthulhu Goes To The Holy Land

With the walls of the world growing thinner, and the Dark Horrors pressing into our reality - a small group of people search for answers in Engedi - one of the most ancient lands known.

British Palestine in late 1932 is a place of sere landscape and old scars. Tensions run high in the towns, and the countryside is rich with forgotten ruins and rough mountains.

What secrets lay waiting to be discovered here? What may be found in the hidden caves that may be brought to bear against the coming of the Horrors Beyond The Stars?

Players new (and old) to Call of Cthulhu are welcome to join this scenario which is part of a larger campaign that has been running non-stop since 1984. We use the D100 system.

The game style focuses heavily on interactive role-playing, character development, puzzle solving and the difficult choices facing people who are struggling against overwhelming odds.

Characters may be ignorant of the Cthulhu Mythos specifically, but should have a history that allows for an open mind and/or acceptance of "Magic".

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  • Brian L.

    A lot of fun with a great group of gamers.

    July 1, 2013

  • Brian L.

    Looking forward to meeting some new gamers and learning a new system.

    June 28, 2013

  • Adam

    Sounds perfect, too bad i will be out of town.

    June 28, 2013

  • Janyce H.

    Welcome Brian - We'd love to have you join us. I sent you a direct message via Meet Up so we can discuss character ideas.

    June 28, 2013

  • Janyce H.

    Hi Jim - Just emailed you with some details.

    June 28, 2013

  • Brian L.

    Not familiar with Call of Cthulhu or the D100 system, but a long time D+D player and willing to learn if you'll have take a novice to the system.

    June 28, 2013

  • Jim J.

    Will characters be provided or will we be creating them as part of the game session? I haven't played CoC for some years and do not have current rules (or time, right now) to make one in advance.

    June 28, 2013

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