40 episodes

Cthulhu & Friends is a podcast! We play the Call of Cthulhu tabletop roleplaying game using a modified version of the d20 system. Listen as we fight unimaginable beasties and try to maintain our very sanity! Featuring superior role-playing and high production values, we turn actual play into a radio drama experience. For the most optimized listening experience, we suggest you start at Season 4 Episode 1, and then when you've reached the end, go back and take it from Season 1 Episode 1.

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    • 4.8, 348 Ratings

Cthulhu & Friends is a podcast! We play the Call of Cthulhu tabletop roleplaying game using a modified version of the d20 system. Listen as we fight unimaginable beasties and try to maintain our very sanity! Featuring superior role-playing and high production values, we turn actual play into a radio drama experience. For the most optimized listening experience, we suggest you start at Season 4 Episode 1, and then when you've reached the end, go back and take it from Season 1 Episode 1.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
348 Ratings

348 Ratings

Kanthos88 (TK) ,

A delightful fright

Since the reimagining of the CAFPodcast the quality just continues to get better each episode. From the prologue building a relationship with the players, not just as characters in V's wonderful world but as unique individuals that as a listener you begin to feel for. The players, Mike, Stacey, Steph and Fred are just amazing. Each episode cliffhanger leaves you chomping at the bit for more to find out how this macbre tale of intrigue will end. Forget everything you know about eldritch horror and welcome on the new wave of investigative eldritch horror. Enjoy a stay for in St. Paxton and see the thrills as they unfold.

Tbdsaints ,

Was one of my favorite podcasts until they removed the first story arc or first couple of seasons

It was one of my favorite podcasts until they deleted the whole podcast history preventing anyone who was in the middle of the series to finish. Yes I under stand that it’s your podcast and that you have right to insert legal mumble jumble but saying that and removing the old arc/ season because let’s say creative differences or someone being their usual self or the fact that it really just seems that you just want to remove anything that has to do or be associated with a certain individual or they way they are or act. What would have happen if Shakespeare at the end of his career decided he didn’t want any tragedies to be associated with him then we wouldn’t have Romeo and Juliette, Hamlet, Othello, or the Scottish play. Will possibly revisit the review if they make an abridged version of the original seasons or release Mike’s last time so people have the opportunity to finish it or at least give us a dead line before the delete.

TheNerdlyKing ,

An Investigative Throwback

The new arc started with an interesting hook: friends and D&D party members go looking for their missing friend who vanished before their eyes. What it becomes is a delving into the paranormal and weird, which is exactly what I’m looking for in a Lovecraftian inspired story. Moreover, the cast enjoys the unpredictability of their wonderful GM, V, and the production quality is absurdly great! It’s one of the only podcasts I listen to as soon as it drops!

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