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I have heard that it does, and I have also heard that it does not. Does it or not?
Actually, and technically, Yes. The second printing DOES contain those two mythos.
It is every subsequent printing that vemigods not contain them. The Cthulhu Mythos was believed to be in the public domain, so TSR assumed they could legally use it without any special permission.
However, Arkham House, who held the copyright on most Cthulhu books had already licensed the Cthulhu property to the game company Chaosium. When Chaosium threatened legal action, the first printing was halted and the two companies agreed on a compromise: TSR could continue to use the material but must provide a credit to Chaosium to do so.
TSR added the credit for the second printing of the book.
So, as you can see, both the first AND second printings contain them. The second printing contains a note giving credit, where the first printing does not.
You DID ask about the second printing specifically EDIT this is from someone who bought one of the original first prints inand got to see one of the second prints when a friend got his.
I was just veities at my husband’s Deitied and Demigods book and have the two pantheons that are missing my printing is may of It also has the credit to chasoism for the use of those two pantheons.
So, I am assuming this is a second printing. Now I have to decide what to do with his gaming books as he has passed and I haven’t played in years. To all you gamers out there have fun and enjoy.
Deities & Demigods – Wikipedia
You mean the third printing, right? As BonGart says below, yes, these are technically the third.
Deities and Demigods
I’m sorry for your loss, deitiss for the continued strain of dealing with everything a loved one leaves behind. For moving on gaming books, there are a lot of online places that sell cthluhu gaming books; I don’t know how they acquire their stock but you could inquire. Noble Knight is one I know of. There’s also the possibility of taking it all to the local game store: Otherwise, selling things piecemeal via auction sites like eBay is a possibility, but that can also extend the process.
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