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“That is not dead which can eternal lie, And with strange aeons even death may die.”
Discovered in 1923 by Stapleton McTavish the famous explorer and collector of ancient occult artifacts. After becoming lost in a freak sandstorm in the Empty Quarter, almost dead from the heat, he stumbled into the ruins of a great city almost completely taken by the sands. Taking shelter from the storm he found a passage leading deep under the city which lead to a chamber full of tablets similar to the one he managed to bring back. All subsequent attempts to find the ruin have failed, but McTavish believes it to be the dreaded Nameless City, and the tablets were the inspiration for the Mad Arab Abdul Alhazred’s abhorrent Necronomicon.
The ancient cuneiform text appears on a number of curious tablets discovered all over the world, each one depicting disturbing carvings.
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Prop handout for Call of Cthulhu or any other Mythos or Horror RPG
INCLUDING PRINT (PDF) AND VTT (PNG) VERSIONS
To use as a handout in Roll20/VTT – Upload the PNG version to Roll20 Handouts.
To use as a handout in Call of Cthulhu/Horror RPG – Print PDF. Hand to unsuspecting investigator. Laugh maniacally as their sanity drops to zero!
Fancy making your own, the check out my Ancient Cuneiform Font
For more information about the life and discoveries of Stapleton McTavish, visit www.thevaultsofmctavish.com
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