“I, Cthulhu” by Neil Gaiman

Have you ever wondered about the early years of Great Cthulhu? What was his origin? From whence did he plunge to earth, and why? Well, now you can find out, direct from the pen of the illustrious author and graphic novelist Neil Gaiman. The story is entitled “I, Cthulhu”, and contains a dictated account by the Great Old One himself to his servant Whateley. The work was originally published in Dagon #16 by Dagon Press, but is currently available on Neil Gaiman’s website. Go forth and read!

(+5 Cthulhu Mythos, -1d6 Sanity, Spell Multiplier x3.)


About Paul

Cuchulain (otherwise known as Paul) has been playing roleplaying games since he was 10 years old. Although he'll play any game under the sun, he prefers characterisation and plot over tactics and mechanics. He is never happier than when playing in or mastering a horror campaign - preferably with heavy Cthulhu Mythos overtones or theme.
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