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CoC - Screams from Within

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Part 5 of the The Yuggoth Contract cycle, available to pre-order now...

QuoteDreaming distressed me. I slept with both of my eyes open, unable to shut. Dreams merged with consciousness like a mad hallucination. I dreamt once of my own body, a face marred by eyeless, bloody sockets, coming into the warehouse with arms outstretched, groping and stumbling blindly towards my field of vision, coming to retrieve the jar. It was at once a nightmare for the terminally insane and the happiest dream of my life.

      -"A Sight for Sore Eyes," a short story by Nate French



QuoteFor Tyler Scindere, a lowlife thug-for-pay, his most recent unsavory job may be his last. The victim of a double-cross, Tyler has become a living science experiment, caught in a perpetual hell of pain, hallucinations, and despair. But just as time loses its meaning and Tyler begins to lose his mind, a sliver of hope appears... from an unlikely ally.

Fantasy Flight Games is pleased to announce the upcoming release of the fifth Asylum Pack in The Yuggoth Contract cycle for Call of Cthulhu: The Card Game!

Screams from Within is a fixed 60 card Asylum Pack that contains 20 different never-before-seen cards based on the dark mythos of master horror writer H.P. Lovecraft, designed to augment existing decks and add variety to the Call of Cthulhu metagame.

Also included in this cycle is part five of a gripping new short story by Nate French. In the last installment, Erin Morai was trapped in a supernatural menagerie of horrifying beasts, surviving on revolting scraps and subject to mind-bending psychological experiments. Now, we return to the plight of her kidnapper, Tyler Scindere. With his eyes ripped from their sockets, Scindere is horrified by the fact that he is still able to see.