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UniqueFC-20: Randolph Carter [R]
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A man can be harmed in many ways. Time and age are crueller[sic] than knives.
Type Subtype
Character Sorcerer
Faction Cost Skill
Miskatonic University 5 3
Terror Combat Arcane Investigation
0 2 1 1
Keywords
Toughness +3
Card Text
Response: after Randolph Carter is wounded, draw a card. Then, each player chooses and discards a card from his hand.
UniqueD-63: Randolph Carter [F]
King of Ilek-Vad
Randolph Carter D-63.png
Type Subtype
Character Dreamer
Investigator
Faction Cost Skill
Miskatonic University 4 3
Terror Combat Arcane Investigation
0 1 1 1
Keywords
Heroic
Willpower
Card Text
Randolph Carter gains Toughness +1 for each Dreamlands support card you control.
Disrupt: Pay 3 to resolve an additional skill check (immediately after the initial skill check) at any story to which Randolph Carter is committed. (Limit once per phase.)

Randolph Carter is a Character Card that appears in the Call of Cthulhu: The Card Game Forgotten Cities and Dreamlands.

Availability[]

D-63 appears in the Necronomicon Draft Pack.

Artwork[]

FC-20 uses an illustration[?] by Andrew Johanson.

D-63 uses an illustration[?] by Régis Moulun.

Mythos[]

Randolph Carter first appeared in the story The Statement of Randolph Carter (H.P. Lovecraft, 1919).

Boston author and mystic. In his early years, Randolph Carter became known as one of the Dreamlands' greatest travelers. The people of that land still tell the tale of his journey to Kadath in the Cold Waste to ask for the sunset city of his dreams, possibly the greatest task undertaken by any dreamer.

On October 7, 1928, Randolph Carter vanished in the ruins of his family's ancestral mansion outside Arkham. A few of his friends asserted that Carter had gone back to the land of dreams to become the king of Ilek-Vad, but this speculation was not taken seriously.[1]

Notes and references[]

  1. Harms, Daniel, "Carter, (Doctor?) Rrandolph (1873–1928?)", Cthulhu Mythos Encyclopedia.
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