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Miskatonic Repository INDIGO: A Time Travel Organisation


Inspired by The Shadow Out Of Time written by H P Lovecraft himself,  INDIGO is a new organisation for Call Of Cthulhu 7th but can be used in any Call of Cthulhu campaign.

For Call of Cthulhu, there are lots of campaigns, adventures and source books are set across the whole span of time but you can't easily carry a character from one campaign to another.

Cthulhu has some of the best campaigns and scenarios available for any game but to move from one campaign to another, to play in different time-periods and stories, from the Greek and Roman eras through the early 20th Century and into the near future, players need to make a new character each time.

What if there was a unifying story arc that would let a Referee drop their players characters into any campaign?

Have you had players at a loss as to why their character would continue to investigate an ongoing mystery because it wouldn't be 'in character'? What if they had an over-arching reason? What if they started the game knowing that there was more at stake than everyone else realised? And how do you drop new characters into an ongoing story with the surviving original adventurers without causing a break in the willing suspension of disbelief that players strive to maintain?

What if one meta-plot could resolve all those issues and let you use those many dollars worth of scenarios that you have sitting on your shelves in a single, huge campaign? Welcome to the Future; it's not a nice place to visit but you're going to change all that!

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February 28, 2018
This title was added to our catalog on February 28, 2018.