Limited edition Call of Cthulhu Tournament module
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Post Posted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 3:32 pm 
 

A year ago I purchased, from the author, copies of a few call of Cthulhu tournament modules.  These were written by Gary Sumpter (long time Call of Cthulhu writer and game designer). I am trimming down some parts of my collection and I wondered whether they would be worth anything.  

The one I would likely let go of first would be ‘Out of the Ages'. This is a modern day scenario, which was presented as the final round of the call of Cthulhu Tournament, held at NecronomiCon In 1997.  It is 26 pages long including illustrations, player aids and maps.  Player characters are not included.

I understand that only 6 copies were made.  This is numbered 3, out of 6 copies.  It is autographed and dated by the author.  It is also accompanied by a short note from Gary Sumpter which validates this information.

Curious to know if anyone here has any idea as to value.  Also happy to entertain private offers -- although will more than likely just put this up on ebay in a few days.

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Post Posted: Sun Apr 09, 2006 1:18 am 
 

CoC tourneys seem to be really hit-and-miss, Steven:  I don't see many sold, other than the occassional title(s) from MassConfusion.  

I don't know enough about the CoC market for this kind of stuff, which is partly why I haven't done anything with my Pagan Publishing manuscripts yet.  Well, that and the fact that I'm too busy/too lazy :D


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Post Posted: Sun Apr 09, 2006 5:54 am 
 

Cheers.  I will slap it up on ebay and lets see what happens - hope I get more than $2 for it.  :)


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