History Literature / Drachenfels

26th Mar '18 4:48:50 AM GriffinPilgrim
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** Castle Drachenfels [[spoiler:(long after Constant Drachenfels' death)]] also shows up in VideoGame/WarhammerEndTimesVermintide as a DLC area, now infested with Skaven.

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** Castle Drachenfels [[spoiler:(long after Constant Drachenfels' death)]] also shows up in VideoGame/WarhammerEndTimesVermintide VideoGame/TheEndTimesVermintide as a DLC area, now infested with Skaven.
26th Mar '18 4:46:46 AM GriffinPilgrim
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** Castle Drachenfels [[spoiler:(long after Constant Drachenfels' death)]] also shows up in VideoGame/WarhammerEndTimesVermintide as a DLC area, now infested with Skaven.
12th Feb '18 5:03:13 PM nombretomado
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** The creepy actor brought in to take the role of Drachenfels is named Laszlo Lowenstein, the birth name of PeterLorre.

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** The creepy actor brought in to take the role of Drachenfels is named Laszlo Lowenstein, the birth name of PeterLorre.Creator/PeterLorre.
31st Jul '17 11:47:25 AM DaibhidC
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* CanonWelding[=/=]AlternateUniverse: Alternate versions of Genevieve are a main character in the ''Literature/AnnoDracula'' series, and a secondary character in the ''Literature/DiogenesClub'' series. The ''Diogenes'' universe also has a version of Drachenfels himself, although Constant Drache is drastically less powerful than his counterpart, simply being a crazed architect with a fondness for AlienGeometries.

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* CanonWelding[=/=]AlternateUniverse: Alternate versions of Genevieve are a main character in the ''Literature/AnnoDracula'' series, and a secondary character in the ''Literature/DiogenesClub'' series. The ''Diogenes'' universe also has a version of Drachenfels himself, although Constant Drache is drastically less powerful than his counterpart, simply being a crazed architect with a fondness for AlienGeometries. Elder Seth, the BigBad of ''Literature/DarkFuture'' is also an alternate Drachenfels, as revealed in ''Krokodil Tears''.
31st Jul '17 11:26:30 AM DaibhidC
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* CanonWelding[=/=]AlternateUniverse: Alternate versions of Genevieve are the main character in ''Literature/AnnoDracula'' and a secondary character in ''Literature/DiogenesClub''. The ''Diogenes'' universe also has a version of Drachenfels himself, although Constant Drache is drastically less powerful than his counterpart, simply being a crazed architect with a fondness for AlienGeometries.

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* CanonWelding[=/=]AlternateUniverse: Alternate versions of Genevieve are the a main character in the ''Literature/AnnoDracula'' series, and a secondary character in ''Literature/DiogenesClub''.the ''Literature/DiogenesClub'' series. The ''Diogenes'' universe also has a version of Drachenfels himself, although Constant Drache is drastically less powerful than his counterpart, simply being a crazed architect with a fondness for AlienGeometries.
31st Jul '17 11:25:21 AM DaibhidC
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* CanonWelding[=/=]AlternateUniverse: Alternate versions of Genevieve are the main character in ''Literature/AnnoDracula'' and a secondary character in ''Literature/DiogenesClub''. The ''Diogenes'' universe also has a version of Drachenfels himself, although Constant Drache is drastically less powerful than his counterpart, simply being a crazed architect with a fondness for AlienGeometries.
28th Feb '17 12:58:01 PM Theriocephalus
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* DwindlingParty: twice, for different reasons
* ExpositionOfImmortality: ''Drachenfels'' has this a couple of times, between Genevieve and the eponymous villain. Drachenfels himself has his immense age pointed early on; the adventurers reminding themselves that he was around when Sigmar Heldenhammer was still alive, a least two thousand years ago and coming across the remains of his infamous [[AndIMustScream Poison Feast]] in which an ancestor of Oswald's was a victim.
* EyeScream: All the people who die on the way to Castle Drachenfels have their eyes removed...[[spoiler:and then Laszlo Lowenstein ''eats'' them]].

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* DwindlingParty: twice, Twice, for different reasons
reasons.
* ExpositionOfImmortality: ''Drachenfels'' has this a couple of times, times between Genevieve and the eponymous villain. Drachenfels himself has his immense age pointed early on; on by the adventurers reminding themselves that he was around when Sigmar Heldenhammer was still alive, a alive at least two thousand years ago and coming across the remains of his infamous [[AndIMustScream Poison Feast]] in which an ancestor of Oswald's was a victim.
* EyeScream: All the people who die on the way to Castle Drachenfels have their eyes removed... [[spoiler:and then Laszlo Lowenstein ''eats'' them]].



* {{Troperiffic}}: Again... Creator/KimNewman novel.

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* %%* {{Troperiffic}}: Again... Creator/KimNewman novel.
28th Feb '17 6:35:30 AM Theriocephalus
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** As of the End-Times books they seem to be totally back in continuity (at least in BroadStrokes), with a resurrected (although amnesiac) Drahenfels serving as one of Nagash's generals against the Hordes of Chaos. He's ultimately destroyed by holy power in the last book, but it's not like it's the first time. An unidentified vampire heavily hinted to be Genevieve also pops up a few times to give the heroes significant intelligence.

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** As of the End-Times End Times books they seem to be totally back in continuity (at least in BroadStrokes), with a resurrected (although amnesiac) Drahenfels serving as one of Nagash's generals against the Hordes of Chaos. He's ultimately destroyed by holy power in the last book, but it's not like it's the first time. An unidentified vampire heavily hinted to be Genevieve also pops up a few times to give the heroes significant intelligence.
13th Jan '17 2:49:42 AM WillBGood
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That's just the ''prologue''. Twenty five years later, Detlef Sierck, the Empire's greatest playwright, is rescued from debtor's prison by the Crown Prince Oswald. Oswald, the aforementioned brave prince, has a simple proposition for Detlef: he wants to produce a play about his defeat of the Great Enchanter Drachenfels, and he wants Detlef to write and star in it. The original band who travelled with Oswald are reunited for the play's premiere, a one-time performance staged in the very walls of Drachenfels' abandoned fortress, attended by all the nobility of the Empire. WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong!

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That's just the ''prologue''. Twenty five years later, Detlef Sierck, the Empire's greatest playwright, is rescued from debtor's prison by the Crown Prince Oswald. Oswald, the aforementioned brave prince, has a simple proposition for Detlef: he wants to produce a play about his defeat of the Great Enchanter Drachenfels, and he wants Detlef to write and star in it. The original band who travelled with Oswald are reunited for the play's premiere, a one-time performance staged in the very walls of Drachenfels' abandoned fortress, attended by all the nobility of the Empire. WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong!
WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong
13th Jan '17 2:49:23 AM WillBGood
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A RagtagBunchOfMisfits travel to the HauntedCastle of the EvilOverlord, Constant Drachenfels. One by one they fall to his minions and his {{Death Trap}}s, until only the [[PrinceCharming brave prince]] remains to fight the sorcerer and vanquish him at last.

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A RagtagBunchOfMisfits travel to the HauntedCastle of the EvilOverlord, EvilOverlord Constant Drachenfels. One by one they fall to his minions and his {{Death Trap}}s, until only the [[PrinceCharming brave prince]] remains to fight the sorcerer and vanquish him at last.
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