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Curse of Strahd: Strahd - Triple Threat



Includes full stat blocks for three versions of Strahd!

Includes a full color AND a printer-friendly version!

Includes Roll20 TOKENS!

Strahd: Triple Threat is an updated and expanded trio of stat blocks for Strahd von Zarovich, vampire ruler of Barovia, in various stages. His combat statistics as written in the Curse of Strahd campaign book are fairly weak compared to a sizeable party at higher levels – and may provide a disappointing finale. Hence this supplement!

Why have your PCs fight one Strahd when they can fight three? This supplement proposes a three-tiered boss fight against the vampire himself: Count Strahd, Beast Strahd, and Mist Strahd.

Also included are text descriptions of Strahd’s “evolution” from one form to the next, putting his transformation into a dramatic horror spotlight.

As with all my supplements, it’s up to the Dungeon Master to determine how to play the villain, and to make adjustments to the stat blocks (particularly hit points) to create a challenging but fair combat for the players. These stat blocks are guidelines. This version of Strahd should be quite challenging for a party of 5 at level 12.

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James D June 14, 2020 6:46 pm UTC
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Michael H June 14, 2020 9:32 am UTC
In the first Strahd form, the attack bonus with the +3 silvered longsword is +9, which is the same as the attack bonus of his unarmed strike. Shouldn't the sword attack be a +12?

Also, outside of the additional +3 to hit, I can't think of a reason that Strahd would actually use his sword over his unarmed attack. Especially since silvered or magic weapons aren't usually a factor against a PC. Maybe it would be useful to give Strahd something equivalent to a fighting style. Something along the lines of "When Strahd makes a sword attack, his AC increases +2 until the start of his next turn" or "Whenever Strahd makes a sword attack, he can move without drawing an opportunity attack until the start of his next turn."

Also, small editing issue, but some of the "1"s, like in 1d6, appear to be lower case l instead of 1.
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