The Old Ones Rise Again!

The Old Ones break through again!
Old Ones Rising, an Unspeakable Oath collection, releases this August

17 JUL 2017—Arc Dream Publishing announced today that Old Ones Rising, a collection of issues 18–21 of Ennie Award-winning magazine The Unspeakable Oath, will hit shelves this August. This 280-page paperback (ISBN 978-1-940410-23-4) retails for $39.99 and will be available to the book trade from Ingram and Brodart, and to all major hobby distributors from Arc Dream’s partners at Studio 2 Publishing. Old Ones Rising includes full scenarios, extensively-researched feature articles, scenario seeds, campaign tools, reviews, Delta Green columns, and more. Call of Cthulhu and Delta Green resources have been updated for compatibility with Call of Cthulhu Seventh Edition and Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game. The Unspeakable Oath is a magazine dedicated to tabletop roleplaying games based on the Cthulhu Mythos of horror author H.P. Lovecraft, the writers who inspired him, and the writers who followed him.

Old Ones Rising will be available online (at www.arcdream.com) and in stores on 3 AUG 2017. Order now at your local game store. And tell your store that Arc Dream Publishing is a founding member of the Bits and Mortar network (www.bits-and-mortar.com). That means the store can provide you a free digital copy to each customer who buys Old Ones Rising.

What others are saying about The Unspeakable Oath:

The Unspeakable Oath 18:

Dorkland review by Christopher Helton
“The writer’s credits features a who’s who of some of the best and most knowledgeable Lovecraftian gaming writers outside of Chaosium itself.”

Game Cryer review by Ken Newquist
“The Oath is steeped in atmosphere. It saturates every page, oozes from every story – and makes you want to recruit a new band of investigators in order to subject them to its horrors.”

The Unspeakable Oath 19

Mundo Tentacular review
“And so ends one more appearance of the legendary The Unspeakable Oath, again living up to its reputation among fans of the Mythos.” (via Google Translate.)

RPG.net review by kafka
“Anyone remotely interested in Call of Cthulhu should be buying copies of TUO.”

The Unspeakable Oath 20

Mundo Tentacular review
“This treatise by David Hardy and Scott Glancy (with points similar to the Assamite story of the World of Darkness) is extremely useful for Keeper, whether for a historically faithful setting, medieval fantasy or involving Mythos in a more Pulp way.”- Via Google Translate

Roleplayers Chronicle review by Aaron T. Huss
“Another excellent entry into The Unspeakable Oath library.”

The Unspeakable Oath 21

Dreams in the Lich House review
“‘Sukapak’ is an atmospheric wilderness jaunt in a remote fastness; there’s a lot of ambiguity around what’s actually going on, but the scenario is menacing and disturbing (and could port well to other genres, too).”

Diehard Gamefan review by Alex Lucard
“It’s well worth your money to buy this issue … just for this adventure (‘The Man With a Thousand Faces’). The fact the vast majority of the issue is quality as well is just a bonus.”

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