Friday, March 2, 2012

The Cultist Chest

For years I've been featuring things like vampire hunting kits designed to fight malevolent occult forces, but what about the other side? Even the servants of dark powers have to appreciate the benefits of a well organized collection of tools. The gifted Jason McKittrick brings us an example of just such a thing with his cultist's chest, featuring a variety of implements including a sacrificial knife, Cthulhu idol, and a ring of power.








The chest and all of it's contents are currently available on Ebay.

6 comments:

DrPnakotic said...

I would say it'd be interesting to also have a mythos related monster hunting kit. But the problem with that is that everything in the Lovecraft Mythos is practically indestructable to anything made by humans, with only a few exceptions.

Jason McKittrick said...

Thanks as always for posting!

Sean the Sorcerer said...

Simply stunning work. But I don't believe these things are mere props or amusements; these are the accoutrements of a real cult that will never die, and which is rising again in our time, now that stars are coming right and the prophesied holocaust of ecstasy and freedom is nearly upon us.

josefk said...

Ah, yes. I remember these. It's the same kind we were issued back in '23 when we joined up. I was too young for the cult, but lied about my age, and having the 'look' they let me in. Those were the days.

This is a brilliant collection; another great effort by Jason. I always look forward to seeing what's next.

Alex Kaeda said...

Thats awesome.

Raven said...

DrPnakotic: The other problem with having (and displaying on a blog) a mythos related monster hunting kit is that it would probably call down several federal agencies (FBI, ATF, DHS) on your head.

After all, aside from stacks of Elder Sign amulet/projectiles, you'd want lots of high-powered explosives, incendiaries, and automatic firearms. The Feds tend to wonder about the intentions of people who collect such things....

Jason: $371! Yowza! And worth it! That was one beautiful collection! Congratulations!