Content for the upcoming Cthulhu by Arclight

The following is content assembled for the upcoming Cthulhu by Arclight and Missing in Action All told it comes to just over 150,000 words

In no particular order and omitting a couple of still unfinished works. As I've said already it is big.

  • Rules for Coolness Under Fire by Adam Crossingham
  • Enlightenment in Call of Cthulhu by James Haughton
  • A Mythos Gazetteer for South East Asia by Bret Kramer
  • A Nightmare in Green: Sometimes its better to leave the bodies where they fall, a scenario by Graeme Price
  • A Tcho Tcho Origin Myth by James Haughton
  • A South East Asia Mythos Bestiary by Bret Kramer
  • A Post World War 2 Vietnam Timeline by Giles Hill and Adam Crossingham
  • Delta Green Operations in Vietnam by various
  • PISCES: A Secret History by Giles Hill
  • Tales of Terror: Demon Rake by Don Fougere
  • Tale of Terror : Ember Men by Don Fougere
  • Tale of Terror : Tunnel Rats by Don Fougere
  • Tale of Terror : Snake Whisky by J. Edward Tremlett
  • The Hidden Enemy: Mines and booby traps in Vietnam by Giles Hill and Hans-Christian Vortisch
  • The Kings of Gold and Death: A Mythos Prehistory of Southeast Asia by James Haughton
  • The Kun Krak: A Disgusting Artefact by Dan Harms
  • The Vietcong by Giles Hill
  • Wet Works: Additional rules by Brian Sammons
  • Women in Vietnam: A variety of character templates for female characters by Giles Hill
  • Black Box Down by Ken Hite
  • Boot Camp: Military PC Creation for a Vietnam Campaign by Phil Ward, Dan Harms et al
  • Country Fair: A Zulu Event for Delta Green by Giles Hill
  • Prolegomena to a Cthulhu Mythos History of South-East Asia by Kenneth Hite
  • Dangerous Places: The White House of Madam Lieu by Ben Counter
  • Dangerous Places: Nu Mung Ba by Adam Crossingham
  • Fear and Loathing in South East Asia: Expanded SAN Loss Rules for the Vietnam War by Phil Ward
  • JPAC Template: Accounting for Americans Lost in Conflict by Graeme Price
  • Magical Mystery Tour: Travelling around SE Asia by Giles Hill
  • Mutts to Dump trucks: Signature vehicles from the Vietnam conflict by Various
  • Riders on a Storm: MJ12 in SE Asia by Nick Brownlow
  • The Surface Surveillance and Reconnaissance Section and Standing Order 259 by Giles Hill and Adam Crossingham
  • The Golden Hour Battlefield Medicine in Vietnam by Graeme Price
  • Order of the Bloated Woman by Steven Kaye
  • Sweetheart of Song Tra Bong: A scenario about how war changes us by Davide Mana
  • Tip of the Blade: Signature weapons of the Vietnam Conflict by Hans-Christian Vortisch
  • The Weight of Ghosts: Things you'll need to get through that tour by Giles Hill
  • Trauma: How to hurt your players by Jonathan Turner
  • Unusual Suspects Adolph Lepus by Ben Counter
  • Unusual Suspects Joseph-Antoine Ballon by Giles Hill
  • Unusual Suspects Satchel Wade by Phil Ward
  • Unusual Suspects: Klaus Schumann by Eamon Honan
  • Unusual Suspects: Colonel Kurtz by Adam Crossingham
  • The official investigation report for OPERATION OBSIDIAN by Adam Scott Glancy
  • A Report on the Chau Chau by Gil Trevizo
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  1. Excellent news. Excellent. I’m old enough to remember the first announcement of what should have been TBS 4. So I’m glad I lived long enough ( he said, optimistically). Only two scenarios, it seems? ah, can’t be choosy

    • Hi Christian, three scenarios actually: A Nightmare in Green, Sweetheart of Song Tra Bong and Country Fair. There may in fact be a fourth if I can persuade the writer to get on and write up his notes.

      In addition just about every article has plot hooks, so I don’t think you’ll be without material.

  2. Any clue when the ransom/preorder will go up? I looked online but haven’t seen it.

    • Hi Jonathan,

      We decided long ago that we wouldn’t put up any ransom/preorder until everything was finished and ready to go the printers. Unfortunately our page layout man had a rather serious accident recently which has slowed him down a bit.

      Don’t worry when we’re ready to put it up for ransom we’ll be very vocal :)


      • Are you using any formal service for doing the ransom (such as kickstarter or the like?) or are you just doing it on your own?

        • We’ll be using a formal service, although I’m not sure which one Kickstarter for example only allows US based projects as far as I’m aware.

          BTW, Sorry for the slow reply, not sure why I wasn’t notified about your comment earlier.

  3. I think IndieGoGo is an international service. It doesn’t matter, I’ll buy it whatever way service it’s on.

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