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Terje Nordin
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Hi, I'm quite new to bizarro fiction (though I'm a long time fan of weird fiction and surrealism). So I wonder what you consider to be the three best must read bizarro books?

Also as the new guy in the neighbourhood I brought a gift that I hope is to your taste: I've written a short surreal hypertext story / choose your own adventure where you explore a psychedelic body horror wonderland.
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Hi everyone, I'm a new member of the group and fairly new to RQ and Glorantha as well.

Does anyone know if the Cult Compendium includes everything from Cults of Prax, Cults of Terror and Trollpak or only specific parts?

If I want all three supplements should I look for the individual books or will I find it all in the Compendium?
Buy this product on Chaosium.com! Over 40 religions originally printed in Cults of Prax, Cults of Terror, and Trollpak are detailed here. A guideline chapter shows how to design your own new cults. To round out the book, Rick also added in Gloranthan cults from White Wolf and Different Worlds magazines. Associated background articles from Wyrms Footnotes and similar sources give you a complete breakdown on how rune magic, spirit magic, elementals...
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Whatever Russia did or didn’t do, the idea that its interference is what cost Hillary Clinton the election is utterly ludicrous and absolutely false. What cost Hillary Clinton the election can be summed up by a single line from Sen. Chuck Schumer, soon to be the country’s highest-ranking Democrat: “For every blue-collar Democrat we lose in western Pennsylvania, we will pick up two moderate Republicans in the suburbs in Philadelphia, and you can repeat that in Ohio and Illinois and Wisconsin.” As it turned out, he was fatally wrong. It wasn’t the Russians who told the Democratic Party to abandon the working-class people of all races who used to form its electoral base. It wasn’t the Russians who decided to run a presidential campaign that offered people nothing but blackmail—“vote for us or Dangerous Donald wins.” The Russians didn’t come up with awful tin-eared catchphrases like “I’m with her” or “America is already great.” The Russians never ordered the DNC to run one of the most widely despised people in the country, simply because she thought it was her turn. The Democrats did that all by themselves.
You might remember a time, back before the election, when we all still lived in the real world and Donald Trump was an unhinged conspiracy theorist. Ne ...
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I don’t have to remind you that we’re living in chaotic, unpredictable and even frightening times… hell, even browsing through news headlines can make you want to crawl under a rock and hide for a year or so (that is, unless you’re afraid of creatures who also like to live under rocks). As connoisseurs of […]
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Actually, that was when Cthulhu had eaten you and you were in the process of being digested.
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Well its a good thing that the DNC put forward the realistic centrist candidate. That really paid off. Nothing drums up massive support as a lesser evil.
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Said crunching based on (drum roll) polling.
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You might want to dispatch a team there asap!
This is an actual physical pentagram on the ground. What it is doing here in Kazakhstan in the middle of "nowhere" apparently, only God knows! If you have been there and taken photos, let me know and share!
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Scientists believe a massive object that could change our understanding of history is hidden beneath the Antarctic ice. The huge and mysterious “anomaly” is thought to be lurking beneath the frozen…
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Hollow Earth? Pshh. Everybody knows flat Earth is the new black. The idiot scientists must have gotten an echo off the edge of the world and in a typically roundheaded way though it was a crater.

Anyway. I'm feeling slightly "saucer shaped entrance" -curious but am afraid to Google for it.
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If you're conscious and over seventeen, you probably have pretty clear expectations for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story : a flashy, well-made and not terribly intricate action movie featuring a young hero with a tragic and/or mysterious past, a multitude of Easter eggs for die-hard fans, ...
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Holy Sh!t!!! WotC Brings Back TSR Era Modules as Print on Demand!
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Huge thanks to Jeff C for bringing this to my attention this morning. This is amazing news. WotC is bringing back TSR Era Modules as Print o

Review & Commentary On The Devil in the Crypt From Svartkonst For Yo...
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"Haunted by evil both other worldly and mundane, the tomb of the sorcerer-king Akhenseti lies waiting. Within its halls are secrets to be un

Back To Basics - Basic Dungeons & Dragons Can Do Science Fantasy Com...
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Time and again over the years of quietly going full steam into the OSR, I've seen original and Basic Dungeons & Dragons used over and over a

The Universal Right to Capital Income by Yanis Varoufakis - Project Synd...
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The idea that some work hard and pay their income taxes, while others live off this enforced kindness, doing nothing by choice, is untenable

The First D&D Hack Was By A Woman Named Cookie
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Zak S / Zak Smith /Zak Sabbath playing diy D&D (dungeons and dragons, dungeons & dragons) RPGs w/ porn actresses, porn girls, whatever

Aboard Aureate Majestrix on the Occasion of the Panarch's Anniversary
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The airship Aureate Majestrix is a wonder, even by the standards of airships. It was carved by ancient hands from a single, massive stone o.

A Science Fantasy World
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Art by Jason Sholtis Here's a roundup of the posts I've done for a (as yet) nameless science fantasy world. Two PC races statted for ...

The Eyes of the Overworld
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The Eyes of the Overworld by Jack Vance My rating: 4 of 5 stars Whereas Vance's previous volume in the The Dying Earth series was composed o

Fantastical Beast Visual Generator
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Much easier to navigate google doc version: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BMXzuK85sTqRMQ6EDrApK2sFTE53eh0w1Nl_G4bCn9o/edit?usp=sharing

Meditating on Medieval Bestiaries
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I've always had a fondness for the monsters from Medieval Bestiaries. So I decided to jot down my notes about various creatures from this ty

Sailing on the Sea of Night
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Though its atmosphere is round , the Earth is a cube. It floats half-submerged, in the Sea of Night and spins slowly--one rotation every...

4. And Finally, a Pestilent Extraterrestrial Snake
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“And the evil of the stars is not as the evil of Earth.”—Clark Ashton Smith Strictly speaking, The Beast of Averoigne is not a snake, though

1d6 Random Flesh of The Gods Encounter Table For Your Old School Campaigns
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In the wastelands where the lesser gods have done battle & retreated down into the depths of the Earth to await the time when the stars are

The Ligottian Shift; or Three Scenes from Horror Games Not Played
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I have been reading Thomas Ligotti's Songs of a Dead Dreamer & Grimscribe, recently released as a Penguin Classic after being near-enough im

Demihumans of the Antedilluvian Age
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Ever noticed how the Biblical Old Testament is reminiscent of Epic Fantasy (or more precisely, epic fantasy often tends to echo the Old Test

What are the Implications of the Lovecraft Universe?
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I’m assuming you’re familiar with the basics: The universe is very NOT human-centric. Not only are we not at the center of things, the v...

Nightmares and Dream Data-Mines
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Many of us can identify at least one book that had a significant impact on our later lives. For me, one of those special books was Ann Farad

From the Sorcerer's Skull: Middle-Earth with More Pulp
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"Know, O prince, that between the years when the oceans drank Númenor and the gleaming cities, and the years of the Fourth Age, there was an

OSR aesthetics of ruin
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First off: I know that trying to make generalisations about the OSR as a whole is a fool's errand, and that what I'm actually talking about