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Sandy Petersen's at it again. And this one isn't a Cthulhu game. He's running a Kicsktarter campaign for Eternal Adversary, a new board game that pits the forces of order versus chaos for rule of the universe. You can check out the game now.

Sandy Petersen is running a Kickstarter campaign for a new expansion for the Cthulhu Wars board game. It's The Daemon Sultan and, well, you know Cthulhu Wars already, so head on over and check it out.

Sandy Petersen (and I triple-checked, it really is him this time) has only a half-day left on his Cthulhu: The Harbinger Kickstarter campaign. It's a huge Cthulhu mini that also has rules for many of Sandy's great games. Want a huge figure for Cthulhu Wars? It's got rules for that. Hyperspace? It works there, too. Eternal Adversary? You don't get much more eternal than a Great Old One.

Sandy Petersen, maker of many great games you probably already have on your shelf, is looking to bring you another one. This one heads out into the deep reaches of the cosmos. Hyperspace is up on Kickstarter now.

Sandy Peterson is back at it, making another epic board game with lots of high-quality miniatures. It's sort of a thing he does. And I'm pretty sure we're all happy that he does it! We've seen what he can do with the works of H.P. Lovecraft. This time he's tackling the writings of Greg Stafford and his Glorantha world. Glorantha: The Gods War is the resulting game, and it's up on Kickstarter now.
The first name that comes to mind when most people think of Cthulhu is HP Lovecraft. If you're a gamer, probably the second name you think of is Sandy Petersen. He's the go-to authority for Cthulhu mythos in the gaming world and he's bringing that knowledge to one of the most popular RPG systems out there with his Cthulhu Mythos book for the Pathfinder RPG. It's up on Kickstarter now.
Chaosium is hitting the wayback button and going back to their roots with some new old staffing. First off, Greg Stafford, founder of the company and a major creative force during the formative years of the company in the 1980s, is back as the President. Also rejoining the ranks is Sandy Petersen. Who's that? Oh, only the designer of Call of Cthulhu to gaming tables to begin with. So what do these two have in store for Chaosium?