The Curse of Nineveh is an epic campaign set in London, for Call of Cthulhu. A hardcover volume clocking in at 224 pages, it provides the perfect set of horrifying investigations to accompany the Cthulhu Britannica London Boxed Set. The Curse of Nineveh is almost complete, so we thought we'd share some artwork from the book.
We can't say too much about the scenarios, nor show too many spoilers, so we'll just show you the art! These are by Cubicle 7 staff artist Scott Purdy, ably assisted by C7 freelancer Pat Loboyko.
In all the excitement around the London Boxed Set, it'd be forgivable to overlook the accompanying campaign. However, featuring seven linked scenarios written by Call of Cthulhu luminaries Mike Mason, Paul Fricker, Scott Dorward and Mark Latham, The Curse of Nineveh is shaping up to be something really special for your Call of Cthulhu games.
About Cthulhu Britannica London
London in the 1920s is the greatest city in the world, a vibrant melting pot of history and culture at the heart of the British Empire. But underneath the powerhouse of the City lie millennia of history, from the well-documented paths of Roman Londinium to darker antediluvian secrets veiled from modern eyes. Londonsits atop its history: an ancient swampland that was itself once an even-more-ancient sea-bed. Who knows what secrets lie buried?
The Cthulhu Britannica: London boxed set is the ultimate guide to running games of Call of Cthulhu set in London. The PDF version is available now. We're also taking pre-orders for the physical edition of the boxed set too at our webstore.