#Croydon, it's been absolutely lovely having you back this summer holidays. But, honestly, we're exhausted. Our staff have worked incredibly hard, and they deserve a break. We are therefore going to close at 6.30 on the evening of Sunday 5th September, and remain closed until 11am on Thursday 9th September. We're going to have a nice meal, possibly a couple drinks, play some games, and do a little bit of maintenance. See you soon!
The Call of Cthulhu Keeper Decks are a set of four decks, each covering a different aspect of the game. Using these in conjunction with the Keeper Rulebook or Call of Cthulhu Starter Set will speed up play, and enhance your experience of eldritch horror.
This deck of 46 cards details a selection of the phobias and manias found in the Keeper Rulebook. They can be used as quick-reference cards for your players when their investigators acquire a new affliction. Additionally, this deck includes summary cards for each of the Bouts of Madness—the stressful side effects of lost Sanity!
Each card of this deck contains all the game and backstory elements for a unique Call of Cthulhu character. They can be used to generate NPCs on the fly, inspire scenarios, and at a pinch can be used as player characters. Each card also has a black and white portrait, entrenching them in the signature setting of the 1920s.
The essential tool for Call of Cthulhu Keepers penning their own scenarios. The cards in the Unfortunate Events Deck are a series of moments, scenes, and plot points that can be introduced at random, given to players in secret at the table, and of course used to spark a brand new Call of Cthulhu story.
Perfect for use with new players, The Weapons and Artifacts Deck contains the rules for a selection of traditional weapons and Mythos items found in the Keeper Rulebook. When players find items during the course of play, simply provide them with a copy of the card and they’ll have all the information at the ready without having to transcribe from a book.