Today (or technically yesterday) marks the four year anniversary of the release of the original Convicts & Cthulhu core book. So … happy birthday to C&C.
In past years we have tried to time our C&C releases so that we’re able to put out something new to celebrate the anniversary, but this year things have been so crazy that we haven’t been able to do that. Hopefully the brand new campaign PDF that we released back in April will satiate your need for new Convict content for a little longer.
We can offer three pieces of news about the future of Convicts & Cthulhu, though:
- We now have a draft manuscript ready for the next Ticket of Leave (#16) — it’s titled “The Devil to Play” and concerns itself with convict theatres in the colony;
- We believe that despite the many changes to GenCon, we will still have a Convicts & Cthulhu event at the con. More details to follow;
- In creating the APOCTHULHU RPG we have crafted a customised version of a d100 system that we will use as the engine for our (long-planned) standalone Convicts & Cthulhu game. The same engine might also be useful for other gaming projects that have been on our backburner … so watch this space.
In the meantime … we offer our heartfelt thanks to those of you who have downloaded and read our Convicts games. And for those who have been in touch with details about your game runs — thank you from the bottom of our hearts; it’s your enjoyment of this unique setting that keeps us creating.
So … another tot of rum to celebrate (then it’s back to the ankle line).
May 31st, 2020 at 5:03 pm
Any excuse I know, but I’ll raise a glass of Pusser’s to you tonight. Great news about using your own system for Apocthulhu and C&C; it makes things so much easier.
June 8th, 2020 at 1:24 pm
Good luck with your future scenarios.