This collectable set of enamel pins is the perfect way to show your admiration of those things that slither from dark corners that humanity was never meant to know. This set contains all three of our Lovecraftian designs:
the Elder Sign sketched by Lovecraft himself,
the star-shaped Astral Elder Sign, and
the brand of Cthulhu.
Use the Elder Signs to protect yourself from the unsavory creatures of the material and astral planes, or pin on the Cthulhu brand to embrace his cult as you whisper "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn." It's your choice. Wear these pins on shirts, backpacks, or hats with pride. Or, display them on your desk or shelf.
Now, get all three pins for the price of two through this very special offer for a limited time.
Each pin is approximately 1 inch in length and has a butterfly clasp. Each pin is individually numbered to guarantee its uniqueness. Get yours today for the lowest numbers possible.
Elder Dice are moving around the world and will start arriving in the hands of the backers very soon. Plus, we have a new Journey to the Tree of Sorrows audio production available free on YouTube—The Life of Abdul Alhazred, so let’s get to it!
Now that we are making roleplaying games a core part of Infinite Black, we wanted to talk about our goals and what direction we see the RPG taking. Our primary goal is to produce a game that gets people playing story-focused roleplaying games as quickly as possible. We think story is a major component of roleplaying games and with Journey to the Tree of Sorrows, they should be dark and horrific.
YouTube will be a major part of Infinite Black. We have lots of material, especially stories, that we want to get out to everyone so they can enjoy them, but also a lot of material that provides a glimpse behind the scenes at creating our worlds. The purpose of this blog post is to establish a baseline to understand how well we are doing growing the Journey to the Tree of Sorrows YouTube channel.