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Cthulhu Rising

Two days ago, I mentioned legendary RPG designer Greg Stafford’s auction of various parts of his gaming collection. Today, the price for the first-ever copy of the first edition of Call of Cthulhu is already up to $663.34. Go Greg!

There are just over four days left in the auction as I write this, so it could still go higher. If this must be yours, get your bids in soon!

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  1. Now, that’s a piece of history I’d like to own, but more than 600 euros is rather steep. I’m not so ..er… perverted yet, you know. Anyway, thanks for the info…

  2. Now, that’s a piece of history I’d like to own, but more than 600 euros is rather steep. I’m not so ..er… perverted yet, you know. Anyway, thanks for the info…

  3. Greg hasn’t been with Chaosium for years. He’s running a new company, Issaries, which publishes HeroQuest, his latest Glorantha game.

    When Greg works on his games, he calls them “my art.” And they really are. Art doesn’t always pay the bills, though, and my guess—and it’s just that—is that Greg could use the money from this eBay auction.

  4. Greg hasn’t been with Chaosium for years. He’s running a new company, Issaries, which publishes HeroQuest, his latest Glorantha game.

    When Greg works on his games, he calls them “my art.” And they really are. Art doesn’t always pay the bills, though, and my guess—and it’s just that—is that Greg could use the money from this eBay auction.

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