Now you can get the first episode of the forthcoming Achtung! Cthulhu Audio Adventure series for free! Acthung! Cthulhu is a campaign setting set during World War II in Lovecraft’s Mythos filled universe, published by UK based Modiphius Entertainment.
As the globe is engulfed by eruption of the second world war, storm clouds gather as the nefarious Nazi cult of the Black Sun attempt to harness unclean horrors and strange supernatural entities in their quest to conquer the known world and beyond. Facing them are the brave men and women of Section M and Majestic, secret Allied agencies who harness ancient tomes and arcane magic to thwart the Nazi menace. Welcome to the Secret War, a covert conflict fought in the shadows to preserve the world from horror beyond imagining.
Achtung! Cthulhu is a campaign setting supporting three different rules systems – Call of Cthulhu (sixth edition), Savage Worlds, and Fate. Two of those – Call of Cthulhu and Savage Worlds – are supported in the standard Investigator’s and Keeper’s Guides, with the Fate material in its own book (which combines the two guides).
The first full pilot episode follows on from the audio teaser which was recently released on DriveThruRPG.com
This full 30 minute pilot will be followed by a ten part series of searing World War Two audio adventure, written by some of the finest mythos scribes and featuring the cream of audio acting talent.
As October 1939 begins, British armed forces move over to Belgium anticipating the Nazi threat. Unbeknownst to the general public however, a secret mission set up by the British Intelligence Service, Section D, sends American Professor Richard Deadman to France. His mission: contact former Wyndham and Campbell clerk Audrey Worthington who has uncovered a strange mystery…
This pilot episode features:
Audrey Worthington – Suzie Grimsdick
Professor Deadman – William Roberts
Philipé – Philip Delancy
Additional voices were performed by Philip Delancy
Writer: Dirk Vandereyken
Script editor: John Houlihan
Editor: Josh O’Connor
Director: Samuel Webb
Producer: Chris Birch
Recorded at Carlone Music.
Soundtrack used under licence from Extreme Music, Push Forward from The World Wars Album composed by Jacob Shea, Bruce Fingers and Billie Ray Fingers.