Curious devices, forbidden artifacts, mysterious creatures, and intriguing documents.
Oh dear oh dear oh dear. Put enough of those together, and what you have is a set of game pieces.I would suggest not for chess or Arkham Horror, oh no, but perhaps for a nice game of THUD.Four-plus-four Elder Gods against 32 Investigators, perhaps, with R'lyeh as the Thud Stone?Or (looking at Jason's Keziah Mason collection) two-cubed Elder Things against 32 smaller Shoggoths, with a narrow peak of paranoia at the center?Recalling what tentacled creature the-number-between-seven-and-nine belonged to at the start of the Discworld series, it all seems to come full circle....(Don't SAY the number! You might get... et.)
See also the wooden idol at "Cthulhu Fhtagn! Centipede Edition."
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