As the pandemic hit in 2020 and social distancing prevented most of us from getting out of home, gaming habits also changed. While virtual tabletop environments and many communication apps made RPG sessions still possible, Solo RPGs became more important than ever. The Legacy of Cthulhu came to fill in this need with a robust collection of tables, tiles, and enemies to help players navigate through different exciting stories without the need for a group or a traditional DM/Narrator role — while still being versatile enough to be played in groups, with or without a narrator, if circumstances allow.

Set in an apocalyptic world after the awakening of the Great Old Ones from Lovecraft’s lore, The Legacy of Cthulhu puts players on a journey to survive in a setting where our society collapsed, sanity became a rare commodity, and hope is the only thing keeping humanity alive.

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