Paul Fricker has been keen on roleplaying games since a school friend introduced him to Dungeons and Dragons. Armed with a few photocopied pages he and his friends would gather at the end of every Friday in the school canteen. It was a few years later that the same friend lent him a copy of Pickman’s Model, and Paul has been an avid Lovecraft and Call of Cthulhu fan ever since.
Around 2001 Paul became part of the UK group, The Kult of Keepers, writing and running scenarios at numerous games conventions in England and Germany. Some of those scenarios were published, the first of which was Gatsby and the Great Race (a Chaosium MULA, edited by Scott Dorward). Gatsby’s unique selling point is that it blends multiple games for up to 24 players at once. ‘My Little Sister Wants You to Suffer’, a science-fiction scenario, was published in Cthulhu Britannica by Cubicle 7. Paul published Dockside Dogs, a modern-day gangster scenario, in aid of Cancer Research. Paul is also the co-author of the new seventh edition of Call of Cthulhu.