The geeks among you probably know what I am referring to in the title. I read this post on the Atheist Experience's blog, and it just got me in the mood for some Call of Cthulhu game. While Dungeons & Dragons has always been our favourite role playing game and the one we played the most, Call of Cthulhu had a special place in my heart (and I hope, theirs).As I mentioned before, it was our "end of summer game". In fact, it was mainly or "rainy day" game, we played it from May until August, usually when my brother was not inspired enough for D&Dr. I was the Game Master for Cthulhu, a pretty good one I think. I could create interesting atmosphere and characters, in an universe that was like our own (which is challenging in itself). And it was set in the 1920s, so there were an historical background and elements of crime fiction thrown in which made it all the more interesting.
And well, I don't know, I wouldn't mind a game or two.
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