MUP 099 – Making Contacts to Help Lift the Box at Your Door

MUP_099-Making_Contacts_to_Help_Lift_the_Box_at_Your_Door_800Episode 99 features Keepers Jon, Chad, and Dan this time. People all around the world are getting their 7th Edition books, and Jon opens his on the air! We also discuss contacts that Investigators can use in scenarios, both pre-established and made up on the fly. This episode was recorded on May 2, 2016.  

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The Campus Crier is brought to you by our new sponsor: Golden Goblin Press! Goblin_head Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition book sets are arriving to backers all over the world! Keeper Dan got his on Friday, and it’s an amazingly well crafted book set. Keeper Jon unboxes his on the air! During the unboxing, Jon mentions a post by MOB that shows a beautiful leather satchel being produced by Pegasus Speil in Germany. With the CoC 7e books included € 299.00 Just the bag by itself. € 199.00 Building a Lovecraftian Video Game with Frogwares’ The Sinking City Article from Geek & Sundry- Cthulhu Company Kickstarted Itself to Death, Then This Happened. “Issue 0” of the Arkham Gazette is available on DTRPG, now with update CoC 7e stats! More Sentinel Hill Press news: Mike Mason Q&A about A Time to Harvest   Golden Goblin Press Release! Our next RPG Kickstarter is slated to launch in early February 2017.  It will be the company’s first campaign, seven scenarios set in 1932, with chapters in Arkham, New York, London, Paris, Berlin, the wilds of Hungary, and beyond. Entitled Children of the Black Stone (based on the classic story by R.E. Howard, The Black Stone). Authors attached to the project are Jeff Moeller, Dan Harms, Brian Sammons, Oscar Rios, and Adam Scott Glancy.   Cryptocurium Spotlight- The June Parcel of Terror will be the Creepshow box!   Topic Use of investigator contacts. how to create them, use them, turn them against the player, etc. In both the 6e & 7e Investigator’s Handbooks, every profession has a list of common professional contacts. Contact rules are located in the 7e Keepers book, page 97 Social Security Administration Top names of the 1920s   Discuss this episode on the Campus Forum]]>

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