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Hypergraphia Magazine Issue #2

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A digital fanzine of dark horror gaming for multiple systems including Call of Cthulhu and Cthulhu Dark. In this issue we look at the use of doorways, portals, and gates in your horror games. We bring you a plethora of NPCs, artefacts, and scenario seeds about entries, thresholds, and openings. Included is Goodcliffe, a short Cthulhu Dark scenario, wherein your players will plumb the depths of a depressingly dismal mine. Contributions from members of the Miskatonic University Podcast, Skype of Cthulhu, Weird Works, and Squamous Studios.

Table of Contents

  • Editor's Welcome (Matt Puccio)
  • Il Varco - An artifact (Noah Lloyd)
  • The Blooded Mirror - An artifact (Casey Kirkpatrick)
  • The Other Side - Short Fiction (Matt Puccio)
  • Cooter Wainwright - Down Darker Trails NPC (Ed Possing)
  • Hello from Japan - Scenario Seed (Randy Jestice)
  • Doors in the Earth - Setting background (Stephen E. Wall)
  • 13 Cursed Sigils - Spells (Jon Hook)
  • Entamaphobia - Insanity (Sean Murphy)
  • Mythos Tomes in Literature: The Club Dumas - Book (Adam Alexander)
  • Goodcliffe - Cthulhu Dark Scenario (Anthony Lee-Dudley)
  • Doorways to Adventure - Scenario Seeds (Edwin Nagy)
 
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