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Domain of Dread: Celdon

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A Brand New Ravenloft Domain for 5th Edition Inspired by A Christmas Carol.

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  • A history of the City of Celdon's Fall and its current state.
  • A map of Celdon and a description of each district of the city
  • Business names for each city district
  • a List of Random NPC names
  • Stats on 2 new Villains

Celdon is an industrial city that is populated by a downtrodden working class, a cruel white collar elite, rebellious beggars, and ghosts which wander the streets day and night and act as judges. Aleister Scrimp is a cold, miserly old man and every Midwinter the city descends into a ghostly maelstrom. The terrible living conditions and horrifying display which occurs every Midwinter has beaten the holiday spirit and joy from most in the city. Can you save it and return warmth and good cheer to the people? Ezra bless us, everyone!
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Bruno P December 24, 2018 1:30 am UTC
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We have a large group of rpg here in Rio de Janeiro (BRAZIL), and we will start our next campaign in RAVENLOFT.
I was very interested in your new Ravenloft domain, and would like to know some information please.
Does he have a Black Lord?
Do you have a summary of cities and maps?
Complete descriptions of Fauna, flora, society and monsters?
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Andrew H December 24, 2018 1:40 am UTC
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Hi Bruno! I’d be happy to answer your questions.
The Dark Lord is a greedy and cruel money-lender named Aleister Scrimp. He is like Ebenezer Scrooge if Scrooge never learned any lessons from the Ghosts. Instead he hates Midwinter (Christmas) more than ever. There are full stats for him in the product as well as how he fell and how he acts.
The whole realm is a single city named Celdon, there is a map with a breakdown of each district of the city in the product.
The book documents the society of the city and has 2 brand new villains stats, it doesn’t go into great detail on the flora and fauna of the city (it is so polluted neither are very prominent)
I hope that helps and thank you for your interest!
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Bruno P December 24, 2018 2:53 am UTC
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I bought and I'm reading CELDON, but I had some initial doubts.
CELDON is what technological level of Ravenloft (8 or 9)?
Is he an island of terror?
How do I get from another domain from Ravenloft to CELDON? Are there any Mistways?
Is the Lord of the CELDON domain able to close the borders of the domain? As?
Is there any list of other creatures found in celdon?
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Andrew H December 24, 2018 3:09 am UTC
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Celdon is an Industrial Age City.
It would be considered an Island domain yes.
I’m sorry I’m not familiar with the term Mistaway. But it’s meabt to be an isolated domain, one that wouldn’t be easily accessible from others.
The creatures in the city are mostly human NPCs and undead. The Urban charts you can find in Mordekanin’s Tome Of Foes would work well.
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This title was added to our catalog on December 20, 2018.