GEEDUNK Props Mirror

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In 2010 and 2011, Michael Fanara of Little Ferret Films created and shared a collection of high-quality prop handouts tailored to enhancing the play experience for several popular Call of Cthulhu scenarios and campaigns. These were released under the “GEEDUNK Prop Documents” banner and made available for free under a Creative Commons Sharealike license.

For folks familiar with the extremely high standards for handouts set by the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society (whose work can be found in several Miskatonic River Press publications and on their website, Michael’s work achieves a very similar standard. This makes the GEEDUNK Props collections a very valable resource for running some of the most played Call of Cthulhu tales.

Sadly, however, the GEEDUNK website went dark some time in 2012 and these excellent resources have been hard to find since that time.

In the interests of keeping the GEEDUNK props available to the general public, Cthulhu Reborn has chosen to mirror them all here on this page.  This by no means constitutes an attempt to claim this work as our own — this is most assuredly the work of Michael Fanara, republished here as a mirror to his (now-dead) site. This republication is made under the same licensing terms cited on the original GEEDUNK web page (see the bottom of this page) and explicitly identifies that the majority of the props linked to from this page make heavy use of fonts created by the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society. Under no circumstances may these props be used for commercial purposes without prior written permission of Michael Fanara.

GEEDUNK Collage - Edge of Darkness

Edge of Darkness by Keith Herber is one of the scenarios included in the 5th and 6th Editions of the main Call of Cthulhu rulebook. It is intended as an introductory scenario. The GEEDUNK Props set for Edge of Darkness includes:

GEEDUNK Collage - Masks of NyarlathotepMasks of Nyarlathotep is a classic campaign for Call of Cthulhu which has been reprinted by Chaosium in (to-date) four editions. There have been numerous efforts by fans of the campaign to supplement or upgrade the large collection of handouts which Investigators may discover during their travels around the globe. The GEEDUNK Props set for Masks consists of a single new handout:


Beyond the Mountains of Madness is a lengthy campaign for Call of Cthulhu published by Chaosium in 1999. It was written by a mammoth team of writers, headed by Charles and Janyce Engan. The GEEDUNK Props set for this campaign includes:

GEEDUNK Collage - Fungi From Yuggoth

The Fungi from Yuggoth is a classic campaign for Call of Cthulhu by Keith Herber. It has been printed three times by Chaosium under different titles — the first in 1984 (as “The Fungi from Yuggoth”), the second in 1990 (as part of the anthology book “Curse of Cthulhu), and most recently in 1998 (as “Day of the Beast”). The GEEDUNK Props set for this globe-trotting campaign includes:

GEEDUNK Collage - Secrets of San Francisco

In 2006 Chaosium published the Call of Cthulhu sourcebook Secrets of San Francisco which includes four scenarios. The GEEDUNK Props set for this book includes newspaper clippings upgrading the handouts for three scenarios (“The Ferry Ride”, “”The Westchester House”, “Beyond the Edges”).

GEEDUNK Collage - Pagan Call

Pagan Call is a campaign for Cthulhu Dark Ages, written by Kevin Anderson, Stephane Gesbert and Robert Wilde. To date it has not been published in print, but is available as a set of PDF downloads from the Cthulhu Dark Ages website. The campaign is set mainly in the southeast of England in 1020AD it comprises six chapters; the GEEDUNK Props set adds enhanced handouts for the first two scenarios:

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