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Cthul-B-Que · 14 September 08

Those Iron Chef guys were wimps. Their ingredients never fought back, and only the giant squid had a chance of driving them insane. But you’re not wimps. Oh no. You’re up to the challenge of non-euclidean food preparation for 2 to 5 chefs.

Cthul-B-Que

by Jonathan A. Leistiko, inspired by an idea from Malisa DiGiacomo and Ben Gibbs

Object

End the game with the most delectable Mythos-themed dishes in your Serving Area.

Rules, Pieces, etc.

Cthul-B-Que is a revision of our earlier game, Cthulbeque. The rules, cards, chef trackers, and other components are all bound up in one big file. Since the file includes the rules, and the rules are long and complex, we’re not posting the rules on this web page.

  1. — T Gordon    May 11, 01:06 PM    #
  2. Seth Jay Goldberg    Jul 23, 12:04 PM    #
  3. — Christopher Howard    Nov 25, 06:47 AM    #
  4. Jon Paulsen    Oct 17, 07:57 AM    #
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Cthul-B-Que · 14 September 08

Those Iron Chef guys were wimps. Their ingredients never fought back, and only the giant squid had a chance of driving them insane. But you’re not wimps. Oh no. You’re up to the challenge of non-euclidean food preparation for 2 to 5 chefs.

Cthul-B-Que

by Jonathan A. Leistiko, inspired by an idea from Malisa DiGiacomo and Ben Gibbs

Object

End the game with the most delectable Mythos-themed dishes in your Serving Area.

Rules, Pieces, etc.

Cthul-B-Que is a revision of our earlier game, Cthulbeque. The rules, cards, chef trackers, and other components are all bound up in one big file. Since the file includes the rules, and the rules are long and complex, we’re not posting the rules on this web page.

  1. — T Gordon    May 11, 01:06 PM    #
  2. Seth Jay Goldberg    Jul 23, 12:04 PM    #
  3. — Christopher Howard    Nov 25, 06:47 AM    #
  4. Jon Paulsen    Oct 17, 07:57 AM    #
Name
E-mail
http://
Message
  Textile Help
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