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Rogue Cthulhu on hiatus for 2006

Many of you have been wondering "Where is Rogue Cthulhu this year?" Well, we took the summer off. Several of our GMs had previously told us that they would be unavailable this year due to other committments. When it came time to set up the schedule it was clear that we would not be able to put on the Really Big Show that you all know and love. Rather than put on a much smaller schedule of events and have none of the special features that we work so hard at, we decided to take the summer off, and play in a few games for once. We spent this year relaxing, playing in games by Miskatonic Skulls and Shoggoth.net, and working on recruiting for next year's show. Don't worry, Rogue Cthulhu isn't finished yet. We're just taking a long needed rest.

RC website lagging behind

Even as Rogue Cthulhu closes the 2005 season with yet another chart topping show, some fans have noticed that the scrapbook from last year has yet to appear. Also, there haven't been any Newsletters sent for quite a while. As we push ourselves to expand ever onward, the effort it takes to keep up with the little things, like web maintinance, gets greater and greater. As you can see, our website updates have fallen a bit behind. But we promise you that some day, eventually, we will catch up.

Adventures from across the pond

This year Rogue Cthulhu presents four new adventures and a new Game Master imported for your pleasure from across the great expance of nothing we call the Atlantic Ocean. Jennifer Waddington hails from the merry ol' isle of England, and she brings with her four brand new adventures with an unmistakable British flavor. Thursday, Goodnight Children Everywhere, Live and Direct, and A Distant Pale. You're gonna luv'em gov'ner!

New visual effects for the Rogue room

Posters are nice, and everyone loves Cthulhu artwork, but how how would you like to see your Cthulhu artwork plastered 12 feet high across the Rogue Cthulhu gaming room wall! RC has moved into the realm of high tech with new equipment that will allow us to turn the entire wall into an art display. Look for us to make even more improvements to the spectical known as the Rogue Room in seasons to come.

Enter, the Notorious B.I.C.

Following the departure of the beloved BSP last summer, the Rogue Cthulhu gang had been feverishly searching for the next icon to represent RC in our gaming den. Well, we found it. Enter, the Notorious B.I.C. (Big Inflaitable Cthulhu) This seven foot tall, articulated, air filled wonder of eldrich horror will preside over our unhallowed halls while we bring you the best Call of Cthulhu gaming imaginable. All hail the B.I.C.!

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