Call of Cthulhu D20 Roleplaying Game

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  • Hardcover
  • 320
  • Call of Cthulhu D20 Roleplaying Game
  • Monte Cook
  • English
  • 02 March 2019
  • 9780786926398

About the Author: Monte Cook

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10 thoughts on “Call of Cthulhu D20 Roleplaying Game

  1. Perry Lake says:

    I enjoy role playing and I love the Cthulhu Mythos I m glad they came out with this book, using the d20 system that most gamers already know I ran games using this great book for two years and I still use it for reference and enjoyment Some of the insights into the Mythos are quite enlightening.

  2. Michelle says:

    d 20 broke it

  3. Chris Youngblood says:

    I ll come right out and say it I hate with a fiery passion and a gut churning loathing the D20 system Further, I hate all of the substandard dreck that has been put out as a result of the Open Game License that WotC tacked on to their sub par and faux roleplaying roleplaying game Unfortunately, when all that my fellow RP ers want to play is a system that I loathe, I have little choice but to play it with them, if I want to play at all When I saw this book available on the shelves, I admit that I was curious to see how well the percentile based system found in Chaosium s line of Call of Cthulhu books would translate over.Unfortunately, not well at all The whole purpose of the original Call of Cthulhu game was to evoke a sense of oppressive doom and inevitable insanity or destruction at the hands of The Great Old Ones While evoking a mood relies greatly on the person running the game as well as the players , I feel a system can add or detract greatly to this effort In this case, it detracted The D20 system has, in my opinion, done little to actually enhance the story aspects of roleplaying, instead distilling a game session down to nothing than a series of dice rolls and number crunching Very little emphasis is put towards developing a character or actually playing out the risks of madness and decline that a game as classic as Call of Cthulhu is meant to inspire Even the Sanity rolls, an integral part of the original percentile based system, have a kind of tacked on feel to them.While the mileage may vary for others, I have to say that I was disappointed greatly in this supplement.

  4. Jeff says:

    While the CoC RPG is an all time classic in the hobby, WotC s d20 version is well worth a look To a certain degree, there is an If it ain t broke, don t fix it aspect to this game Chaosium s BRP version of the game has stood the test of time well The rules are robust and the game also has the advantage of dozens and dozens of supplemental materials Why a d20 version Well, back in the heyday of 3rd edition DD, the CoC conversion was sort of an experiment to see how well an existing system might be ported over It was never intended as a major product line All that said, Cook Petersen did their homework and really delivered a fine gaming product Is it EXACTLY like BRP CoC No Does it lend itself to a slightly pulpier feel Maybe, maybe not Does it let d20 players experience an authentic Lovecraftian horror game without learning a new system Absolutely Horror games are about player buy in, not rules mechanics IMO Toward that end, the GM section offering advice for running horror is some of the best I ve ever seen, regardless of system.If you already own or play the original, I can think of no reason to switch to the d20 version, but it s well worth a read If you are a d20 player or comfortable in that rule system this game will serve you well.

  5. Caleb Wachter says:

    Any gaming system platform depends almost exclusively on the storyteller s ability to evoke the desired atmosphere during the session This particular module does a nice job of presenting a Cthulhu style sandbox in which to play I ve never had trouble using this module to create a fun, memorable campaign which ends invariably with half the characters dead, and the other half on a Haldol drip with a straitjacket securely fastened around their torsos But I will admit that this adaptation to the d20 system is definitely not all it can be The older system was less about rolling dice and about thinking together Unfortunately, the vast majority of modern gamers want something which resembles WoW, which really neuters a game like this one or, to a lesser extent, the World of Darkness stuff like Vampire The Masquerade.Still, in the hands of a good DM, there is enough material here to spin a heckuva good yarn and have the players eating out of his her hand all the way to The Great Old Ones buffet table.

  6. Publishing says:

    My favorite anecdote about this involves the stats for the d20 Cthulhu The story I heard has a bunch of Wizards of the Coast employees using 20th level versions of the iconic characters Lidda, Tordek, Ember, etc to fight him When your PC dies, you come back next round with a fresh PC Cthulhu took out than a dozen 20th level adventurers before finally getting the spell Imprisonment cast on him Which is pretty much where Call of Cthulhu picks up, sosounds mechanically balanced to me MK

  7. Kristin Halvorsdatter says:

    The d20 version of the classic roleplaying game doesn t bring much new to the table, if anything it takes away some Even though the d20 version feels lighter than the d% version of the game it can give new players a good starting point for the game I have played this as a GM with players previously inexperienced with roleplaying games in general but they have a vague idea of how DD was played This proved to be fortunate because this game is all about setting the mood rather than dwelling on the rules The book itself is beautiful The colors and illustrations are vivid and I think it s a enjoyable read than the original black and white edition This edition is also a hard cover which can handle abuse and travel I would recommend this book to people previously inexperienced with Call of Cthulhu to get a good start in playing the game I think that this book will be redundant after the new 7th edition comes out but for now this is my preferred book for playing CoC with new players The included adventure is amazing and it can quite easily be converted to the d% version I still prefer Chaosium s edition after players are accustomed to the rules and to roleplaying in general.

  8. Virdilak says:

    I have never played this game This book is excellent I am sad.