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Dry Wipe Character Cards

Rather than paper sheets, new boxed sets will come with A6-sized dry wipe cards. You can still print your own sheets, obviously, but these will provide a reusable alternative.

They’re laminated on one side and they work with any dry wipe pen — or even felt tips.

I would recommend the Staedtler Correctable pens (available from All Rolled Up, along with all the in-print books for The Cthulhu Hack), but you can use whatever you have to hand.

They’re available from the All Rolled Up store, £5 for a pack of 10.

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The Cthulhu Hack Bundle

Preparation for UK Games Expo next weekend has kept everyone busy for the whole weekend (the whole of last week for that matter). A lot of stickers, labelling, bagging up and more besides.

For you, the positive side is that I have ten The Cthulhu Hack Bundles ready for Expo, though there’s the possible I might have the chance to prepare more. You can order the TCH Bundle from All Rolled Up and if you plan to be at Expo make sure to communicate that. Pop it in the Where Should We Send Your Order Field? that you want to pick up at Expo – and then you can pay on the day at the event.

The bundle contains: 44-page The Cthulhu Hack A5 booklet, five double-sided expanded Character Sheets and the A5 white plastic storage box with branded matt vinyl sticker.

You’ll need to pick up by close of the trading hall on Saturday. If you can’t pick up or arrange for someone else to pick up, we’ll put them on open sale Sunday – as we don’t want to hold on to stock as we’d rather not take it home!


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The Wheezing Winze

While the release of Stench of the Sea contains several maps, I’m always up for creating more – and they might find their way into a future update of the supplement – who knows. Here we have a floorplan for the Brinwan’s inn, The Wheezing Winze.

Run by Colm Wain, with his wife and twin sons, it serves as the main meeting place and drinking hole for local farmers and fishermen, as well as travellers.

Colm and family normally sleep in the rooms marked as boxrooms. However, Colm will adapt to demand. The left boxroom holds most of the family possessions, normally sleeping Colm and his wife; the twins can sleep elsewhere if high demands require use of the right boxroom for travellers. When in heavy use, Colm secures the door between the right boxroom and double bedroom. The double can also have additional pallets brought in to provide a communal sleeping arrangement for large groups.

The cellar holds many barrels of various local and imported beers, with a small stock of mead and bottles of wine.

I drew the store slightly too tight to the main building. You can push between the cellar and the store to retrieve food supplies – held in boxes, sacks or hung in the cold store.

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