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The pentagram in role-playing games
"Design the symbol. Cults often have a symbol they use as identifying, decoration. This symbol might appear on rings or brooches the cultists wear in daily life, the way Masons do. It might be on ceremonial robes, painted on banners, or carved into the skin of their victims. You could pick an astrological symbol, an occult symbol such as a pentagram, or make something up. It doesn't matter if you can't draw; just roughing it out lets you describe it verbally to the players. Perhaps the investigators see it in their dreams."

Monte Cook and John Tynes, Call of Cthulhu. Chapter 9: "The Cthulhu Mythos". Oakland, CA : Chaosium Inc., 2002. p. 209. Illust. by David Martin.

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