A New Realm of Horror Adventures In the dead of night, as mists cloak the land, a traveler walks a country road. Footsteps echo behind him, in pace with his beating heart. Is it Death who follows? The man turns, and so turns the phantom. A flash of fang, a bloodcurdling howl, red eyes fueled by a passion from beyond the grave. The traveler discovers what others have learned before him: all roads... [click here for more]
Masque of the Red Death is a new variant of the Ravenloft rules that allows players to explore the macabre world of the 1890's.
From the brave cavalryman with his trusty revolver to the mysterious spiritualist and her store of secret knowledge, no one is safe from the horrors of the night.
Masque of the Red Death contains everything you need to adventure in the fictional worlds of Edgar Allan Poe,... [click here for more]
Note: The softcover version of this title does not include a foldout map. To receie the maps, please purchase the print and digital combo.The Horror Continues... A new era in horror role-playing began with the introduction of the RAVENLOFT boxed set. Combining the best elements of fantasy adventures with spine-tingling techniques of gothic... [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]
I know now the shape of madness, of ravening insanity, and it is me! I dread the waxing of the moon, yet how can I flee from time itself? The hour of transformation is at hand, and my heart surges in bloodlust! —The Cry of a Werewolf
Werebeasts: men and women who assume the shape of animals. In this volume, Dr. Rudolph Van Richten—Ravenloft's eminent expert on the horrific—exposes the... [click here for more]
...by the glimmer of the half-extinguished light, I saw the dull yellow eye of the creature open; it breathed hard, and a convulsive motion agitated its limbs.
—Mary Shelley, Frankenstein
Armed with satchel and saw, the creator slips into the night. He seeks the freshly dug grave and the unguarded morgue, selecting each body part with care. In the twilight before dawn, he tailors... [click here for more]