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The Interactive Tome of Strahd

The Interactive Tome of Strahd

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Explore the centuries old history of the land of Barovia side by side with the Dread Lord Strahd von Zarovich himself! 

This book combines source material from decades of Ravenloft history and lore with the incredible community efforts to expand the Curse of Strahd module into 14 short adventures that chronicle Strahd's past in his own words.

Along the way, characters can meet long-dead heroes and villains of the land, learn more of the history of Barovia, hold tightly to a powerful magic item, and hopefully retain their souls along the way.

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Rafael O December 12, 2020 6:12 pm UTC
Excellent content! Definitely worthy of the original book. But i have just a little question about something i didnt understand, that i would like to have an answer to. In the chapter 2, Rise of Ravenloft, Strahd receives a letter informing that the Queen Ravenovia has passed away. There we have a link to the image on imgur of the letter itself. My only problem is: I couldn't in any way understand what name is in the signature, and even thinking of all the characters i know in the book, and trying to relate the names to the few letters i could discern, i cant get it. I actually can't even know what exactly is the name in the signature. And thats making me crazy!!! I would be very happy to have a clarification on that, thanks!
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Aciduous A December 13, 2020 7:10 pm UTC
Hey Rafael! Thanks for the comment. That signature reads "Fr. Groza." The "Fr." is an abbreviation the Catholic church uses as shorthand for "Father," and Groza was a random Barovian surname that I assigned to this otherwise unimportant priest character. In the canon of this Tome, Groza was one of the religious envoys traveling with the queen but nothing more.
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Shawn J August 10, 2020 5:50 pm UTC
this massively increased the content in curse of strahd and has been my player's favorite part of the entire adventure.
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Aciduous A August 10, 2020 7:59 pm UTC
That's so awesome to hear, Shawn! Thanks so much for giving it a shot. I'm glad your team likes it.
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Zachary L July 16, 2020 5:01 pm UTC
This is truly a work of art worthy of the original sourcebook! As others have said, it adds depth and context to many of the events and characters in the core module (not to mention some great sequences and well-balanced rewards for PC's). I recommend this for every DM running CoS!
Some feedback for the creator:
There are a number of spelling and grammar oversights throughout. This becomes a real problem when they occur in the blocks of descriptive text meant to be read to players. I would welcome a revised version!
The beginning of Chapter 10 seems wonky. The Strahd-Vasili thing should be this big reveal, but there's no explicit build up to this in the descriptive text. The beginning of the chapter says that the characters are present when he arrives via carriage and transforms, but the first block of text for players places them already inside the manor home. It's confusing. I would recommend either rewriting the first player text block to include Strahd transforming into Vasili *dun dun dun*,...See more
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Aciduous A July 23, 2020 8:59 pm UTC
Hi there Zachary,

Thank you so much for all of the extremely detailed feedback. I did several passes of edits myself throughout the publication process, but there are definitely still quite a few errors that went overlooked.

I'm more than happy to take a look over the introduction to chapter 10 again. I was struggling with how to establish the scene for what becomes a rather long chapter in the book.

Regarding chapter 11, I will definitely go through and, at minimum, add a content warning to the chapter and the beginning of the book. The content itself was another huge challenge for me in the writing process because I felt like it was so important that the characters had a role rather than just fully watching it, powerless, from start to finish. I would love some assistance in brainstorming alternatives. Feel free to join us over in the r/CurseofStrahd Discord server and we can chat there!
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Zachary L July 31, 2020 6:21 pm UTC
Hi Dyllan!
I just saw this message and joined the discord. What is your discord username so I can get in contact with you directly? I'm luchettezac#5107
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Paul A February 27, 2020 2:31 am UTC
The link for the final page excerpt is no longer valid
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Aciduous A March 05, 2020 10:25 pm UTC
Hey Paul, so sorry about that! I'll update the download, but this link should work:
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Christopher D February 17, 2020 12:17 pm UTC
This is an excellent work. My players will very much appreciate the story telling aspects of this. Thanks
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Colby B February 02, 2020 12:16 am UTC
Now, this... this is something special. I can't believe no one seems to have noticed this! It's an absolutely brilliant way to give your players far more insight into Strahd than they'd otherwise get, in a legitimately engaging way.
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Aciduous A February 02, 2020 6:52 am UTC
Thank you so much for the support! This was absolutely a passion project, and I’m looking forward to hearing feedback as more players get to experience the adventures!
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