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The Cyre 1313, the Mourning Rail
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The Cyre 1313, the Mourning Rail

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The Cyre 1313, the Mourning Rail, first appeared in Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft as one of the less-detailed Domains of Dread. Combining the gothic horror of Ravenloft and the arcane industry of Eberron, the Cyre 1313 exists entirely onboard a corrupted lightning rail. Terrified, undead passengers haunt the metal carriages while the sinister Last Passenger hopes to preserve their secrecy at any cost.

This DMsGuild supplement expands on the Cyre 1313, detailing its many cars, inhabitants, and the myriad of adventures that a haunted train can bring to your table. True to its Eberron origins, the Cyre 1313 gives options for players and DMs looking for both pulp horror and investigative mysteries. For those new to the setting, the Cyre 1313 can be used entirely on its own or in conjunction with Eberron: Rising from the Last War.

Do you dare to take a ride on a Domain of Dread? If so, all aboard the Cyre 1313, the last lightning rail out of Metrol, now bound for Gatherhold.

 
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November 24th, 2021
This supplement for Ravenloft and Eberron is a clever idea, well executed, and well written. Definitely recommended. The twist of the nature of the inhabitants makes for a different sort of horror. [...]
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