I’ve successfully added the Chapter 4 cards to OCTGN! All of the scenarios should work correctly.
I’ve also fixed the Promo scenario “The Land of the Blind” so that it correctly deals with the Gholdako henchmen. To win the scenario, you have to find all six Gholdakos and set them out on the table anywhere (don’t put them in one of the current card piles!) Then, at the beginning of the next turn, the game will count the Gholdakos on the board and if there are six, you win!
Finally, there are also now decks available for both Ekkie, the promo goblin character, and Arueshalae, the new character found in chapter 3. Arueshalae’s deck is not complete at all, so you’ll need to go into the Deck Editor and add cards to her deck before you actually use her.
Let me know if you see any issues, guys!
We will be migrating the OCTGN game directory to its new hosting site starting today, which could take some time to set everything up. All game Admins, please make sure that any URLS pointing to pages within this blog, both internally and from other web locations, use the www.octgngames.com URL.
I’ve added Wrath deck 3, Demon’s Heresy!
I also fixed a bunch of bugs and made some of deck 2’s scenarios that were not working correctly (hopefully) work correctly!
If you have questions, please feel free to comment here or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call of Cthulhu 18.104.22.168 has been uploaded.
This version contains the card information for the latest Deluxe Expansion “The Mark of Madness”.
My computer recently applied several new Updates from Microsoft, and one of these (I’m not sure which one yet) caused some problems with Fonts in the Call of Cthulhu Plugin running on Windows 7.
If you are experiencing this issue, please go to Microsoft KB3065979 for a patch that seems to resolve the issue.
It’s time to reboot, more info coming soon.
The latest update to the plugin contains three new set blocks; God Apex Saga, Sengoku Saga and Divine Evolution Saga. These consist of releases DM-24 to DM-35, a total of 12 new sets. Three year worth of promo cards have also been added.
In addition, the new image pack no longer employs the proxy system to generate (ugly) English translated images, as the original images are now in English for the vast majority of cards. The new images are beautifully done, and are much better than the old ones.
– Over 1000 new cards
– All card images translated with original Duel Masters font
– New ‘Fortress’ Card type
– Improved Script performance
More updates are planned for the future, so stay tuned 🙂
The Call of Cthulhu OCGTN plug-in is now under new management. I would first like to thank DarkSir for shepherding the plug-in through the last few years. The work you put in is very appreciated.
A new version of the Call of Cthulhu OCTGN plug-in (version 22.214.171.124) is now available. This version includes card details for both For the Greater Good and The Thousand Young. Please let me know if there are any issues that you find.
In addition, a new image pack is available that contains the images for The Sleeper Below. Thank you Blinovitch for letting me use the scans that you had for these cards.
I hope you enjoy the update, and keep an eye out for more changes to come. If there are issues with the plug-in, or there are features that you would like to see added, please let me know.
Added the Phoenix Saga set block to the plugin. In addition, all year 5 promos and cards till DMC-35 have been added. This block consists of the following sets: (Set 18 is skipped due to being a reprint set)
DM-19: Spectacle Nova
DM-20: The Ultimate Nova
DM-21: History of Devil Nova
DM-22: The Dragonic Nova
DM-23: The End of the Universe
As the name suggests, this block contains a large number of Phoenix cards with corresponding support. Also, a large number of new races have been introduced. Particularly, shared Races among multiple civilizations. The focus is on race-based strategies.
Latest image pack consisting of all cards in the plugin is now available.