By Published On: January 17, 2011

THE DAWN OF THE NEW YEAR FINDS CHAOSIUM in pretty good shape. We begin the year with two new items already in the warehouse and ready for shipping. We have a few other books already in final or near-final production. We found an overseas printer who is providing good-quality hardback production. We discovered that some Mythos evil-doers had infiltrated our site towards the end of last year but managed to ferret them out, ridding our site of their cruel influence and further improving security.


A Keeper’s Screen protects the secrets of the Call of Cthulhu gamemaster while providing useful rules summaries and reminders. Created especially for the current edition of our popular Call of Cthulhu rules, this is a three-panel screen mounted on thick hardcover stock that folds out to 33 inches wide by 8.5 inches high. The package also includes a 22″x34″ Mythos Vade Mecum poster by the mad french artists Christian Grussi and El Théo, postulating relationships between the deities and minions of the Cthulhu Mythos.


The Earth we know is gone, forgotten in the depths of time. In its place is the Urth — a world of mystery and danger, steeped in a thousand centuries of history and legend, where humankind brushes shoulders with beings and creatures strange and monstrous. The Venerable Autocracy of Sakara, the greatest — and oldest — Empire on Urth, rules over half the world, led by an immortal God-Emperor whose very word is law. It’s a world of deep, dark forests, brooding mountains, timeworn ruins haunted with the ghosts of the past and the weird monsters of the future. Arcane sorcerers explore strange dimensions, terrible priests wield powers from extra-dimensional beings known as Gods, mighty soldiers forge new histories from the ruins of the past. It’s a time of danger, reckoning, and adventure. Welcome to The Chronicles of Future Earth.


Lords of Tarsa is a Basic Roleplaying fantasy monograph.The year is 1092 in the Age of Itania. The King of Mirensa, villified as a killer of children, schemes to bring the Nine Kingdoms under his crown. His rivals engage magi and spies to thwart this ambition.
The Yith Cycle: The planet Yith is the home of the Great Race, a place inspiring H.P. Lovecraft and other authors to pen classic tales of travel through time and space. This collection includes tales of Yith both famous and obscure, replete with time travel, mind-exchange, and thrilling vistas of primordial history set in context that enables new readers and long-time Lovecraftian fans alike to enjoy them.

Masks of Nyarlathotep is a roleplaying classic, a series of linked adventures forming one long and unforgettable Call of Cthulhu campaign. Horrifying deeds and dangerous sorcery dog those who dare attempt to unravel the fate of the Carlyle Expedition. Action is the byword as the player-characters evade or combat cultists, magic, mad men, and the dread powers of the Outer Gods. We offer this unforgettable Call of Cthulhu campaign in two bindings: the retail paperback edition or a limited-edition hardcover.

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