A Guide to Transylvania is an indispensable accessory for any Masque of the Red Death campaign - or for a campaign for any game system set in the 1890s. This 96-page book contains everything needed to explore the exotic, fear-filled country that is home to Dracula.
Highlights of this volume:
A survey of Transylvania's history and geography;
an overview of the beliefs, practices, crafts,... [click here for more]
From the depths of antiquity, he arises. . . . Trapped in a mockery of his former kingdom, he broods. . . . In hatred and spite against the one who betrayed him, he schemes. . . . The other lords of Ravenloft may possess horrific power. . . but Vecna is god. Trapped by the Mists of Ravenloft, the lich lord Vecna plots his escape and revenge against Kas the Destroyer, his traitorous former lieutenant.... [click here for more]
Old soldiers never die...
For more than three decades, Dr. Rudolph van Richten stood against the forces of darkness, and hunted their servants in the far corners of the land of Mists. Now he had thought his long battle over, had thought he could spend his declining years in quiet enjoyment with old friends.
But for some, a tragic end is inevitable.
Dark forces have been gathering in the Mists.... [click here for more]
The Gothic Earth Gazetteer is a complete guide to the people and events that shaped the 1890's. An indispensable reference of any Masque of the Red Death campaign, it contains a wealth of information including:
Qabals: A look at nine of Gothic Earth's mysterious qabals, including Van Helsing's Die Wachtern and the mysterious Order of the Crimson Dawn.
Headline News: A year-by-year... [click here for more]
Enter the world of the unknown? the land of dark mysteries, the realm of inexplicable terror. Adventure in a land where nothing is as it seems, where the innocent are evil in disguise. And watch your back ? no one can be trusted in Ravenloft! Book of Crypts is 96 pages of the finest in twisted horror. Nine short adventures await you, promising new, hideous villains and spine-chilling stories do... [click here for more]