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"[H]e went back to Arkham, the terrible witch-haunted old town of his forefathers in New England, and had experiences... which made him seal forever certain pages in the diary of a wild-minded ancestor."

HP Lovecraft - "The Silver Key"

Welcome to the latest issue of The Arkham Gazette, the magazine all about Lovecraft Country for the Call of Cthulhu© role-playing game. 

In this issue we dig deep into the charnel secrets of Lovecraftian witches and witchcraft, including:

  • New England's real witch trials
  • Witches in Lovecraft Country
  • Keeper's advice for making witch NPCs
  • The (Mythos) Gods of the Witches
  • The hidden link between ghouls and witches
  • Rat-things, Familiars, and the ghastly secret of their birth
  • The dark truth of Witches' Hollow
  • A bibliography of witch scenarios for Call of Cthulhu
  • The nightmarish witchcraft of our jumbo scenario "The Queen of Night"
  • and much more

120 pages of material for the Keeper to enrich their gaming experience in Lovecraft Country and beyond.

PDF copy of issue comes with an additional prop document - a Miskatonic Unversity students notes about the "unvisited isle" in the Miskatonic River (written by Chris Jarocha-Ernst), as well as all of the handouts from the issue. A set of 7th Ed. Call of Cthulhu conversion notes, prepared by Dan Kramer, are also included.

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Michael V January 11, 2017 1:03 pm UTC
Will this edition be updated to CoC 7ed., as was done with AG #0 and #1?
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Bret K January 11, 2017 3:11 pm UTC

"A set of 7th Ed. Call of Cthulhu conversion notes, prepared by Dan Kramer, are also included."
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Todd E November 25, 2016 10:36 pm UTC
Am I missing something... where are The Arkham Gazette #1 and #2?
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Matthew R December 26, 2015 2:07 am UTC
I just recently download this issue (and bought a print copy) but the pdf seems corrupted.
Pages 1-3 (1-3 of 121) are blank. Page 3 (5 of 121 in the pdf) is not displaying correctly, and a number of pages (14-18 (16-20 of 121)) and so on are simply blank. A number of other pages are blank as well.
I redownload a copy, but it is just as messed. Other items in my order displayed fine.

It does say to contact the publisher so I will. Just so you know, my Adobe reader is the most up to date version (11.0.13)
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Matthew R December 27, 2015 3:47 pm UTC
And on 12/26 customer service sent me an up to date and fixed version of the pdf file.
I recommend getting a copy as soon as possible, especially if you play Call of Cthulhu regardless of the version.
I look forward to seeing the print copy as well in a few days.
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Bret K November 18, 2015 5:40 pm UTC
We've released our first episode of the Sentinel Hill Press-cast podcast, discussing this issue of the Arkham Gazette and with an interview with contributor Chris Huth:
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Bret K November 24, 2015 9:19 pm UTC
I've added the podcast to our product list here on DriveThru as well for ease of availability.
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