1. I will not make a Call of Cthulhu joke.

    I will not make a Call of Cthulhu joke.

    I will not make a Call of Cthulhu joke.

    I will not make a Call of Cthulhu joke.

    …oh, what the hell. I failed my Will save.

    Do I roll 1d100 and take the SAN loss only if I take Cthulhu’s advice, or do I just take the SAN loss no matter what?

    Does Cthulhu eat 1d4 commenters on this blog each round?

    • Stephanie said:

      I am living proof that that Geek Fallacy from a few entries back about needing to love your partner’s loves is indeed a fallacy.

      He would know exactly what you are talking about, and would laugh mightily. Meanwhile, you might as well be speaking a foreign language, because I have no idea what the hell you just said.

    • Colonel Panic said:

      It’s only 1d100 if you fail the check! Hope you rolled well on POW during chargen.

  2. Jiggs said:

    At the suggestion of another commenter, I did end up creating a Tumblr where I can basically tell people to DTMFA. It’s here: http://heyshouldwebreakup.tumblr.com/

    It’s not an advice column so much as binding relationship arbitration. That’s all I’m really capable of.

    Sorry to Captain Awkward if this is not allowed, I’m not spamming I swear! I just got the idea here so I wanted to share 🙂

  3. Hugh said:

    Cthulhu humour? Really? Is that still a thing?

    • JenniferP said:

      It must be so amazing to be too cool for Cthulu. Tell me of your ways!

    • Since 1926, player.

  4. RodeoBob said:

    What part of hasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhasturhastur don’t you understand?

    • monsterzero said:

      Enough with the Hastur-baiting.

    • Nomie said:


      (I had the Gnu Song come up on my ipod on the way to work yesterday. Pretty sure my fellow commuters thought I was a goon. Don’t care.)

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