Mythic Wars Creators Announce Endorsement of Cthulhu for President
Elder Party candidate receives support from designer, publisher of tabletop card game
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Charlotte, NC - The creators of the “Mythic Wars” tabletop game series announced their endorsement of Elder Party candidate the Great Cthulhu for the president of the United States of America.
“We are proud to endorse the Great Cthulhu for president,” said Eric Woodward, the game’s designer, “and we wholeheartedly support the mission of the Elder Party: To put a Deep One in every bathtub, a Shoggoth in every garage, and madness in every mind.”
“Some may question the sanity of our endorsement,” Woodward continued, “but that gets right to the heart of why we’re endorsing him (or it): if this year’s presidential race has shown anything, it’s that a sizable number of Americans have already lost their minds, and that now is the time to complete finish the job, and make insanity great again!”
When asked about where the creators stand on various issues, Woodward simply replied that “we don’t stand, we kneel before The Great Cthulhu. And come election day, you will, too.”
“Mythic Wars” is available on Kickstarter now at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/603868199/mythic-wars-clash-of-the-gods-and-cthulhu-rises
ABOUT MYTHIC WARS
Mythic Wars is a new tabletop game series designed by Eric Woodward and soon to be published by Excalibre Games, where up to 8 players can join in a battle between the gods for control of the universe itself. The first title in the series, “Mythic Wars: Clash of the Gods”, features 72 gods and goddesses from among 6 different pantheons, including such legendary figures as Zeus, Osiris, Amaterasu, and Thor, and is recommended for 2-8 players, aged 14 and up. The first expansion set in the series, “Mythic Wars: Cthulhu Rises”, adds 16 new cards based on the writings of HP Lovecraft, and, when combined with the Clash of the Gods base set, allows up to 8 players to join in a co-operative battle against such classic horror icons as Azathoth, Nyarlathotep, and Cthulhu himself.
For more information, contact: Eric Woodward ( firstname.lastname@example.org )