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* NightmareFuel/BetrayalAtHouseOnTheHill
8th Dec '17 7:24:20 PM Pseudoname
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** NightmareFuel/{{Pathfinder}}


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* NightmareFuel/{{Pathfinder}}


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* NightmareFuel/{{Starfinder}}
6th Nov '17 7:27:44 PM WanderingBrowser
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* Whilst the depictions of the part of Hel's home set aside for punishing the damned dead in UsefulNotes/NorseMythology are never pleasant, the version from TabletopGame/{{Scion}} 1e is particularly nasty. In Hel's hall, the roof is woven of serpent spinal columns that drip an endless rain of venom as the damned are forced to wade incessantly through thick, sucking, cloying, thigh-high blood; to stop moving is to pulled under the gore and drown without respite until they can struggle back to the surface. A massive table in the center of the room is laden only with foul and oft-putrid foodstuff, and drinking horns filled only with the urine of the massive, filthy, vicious-tempered goats that roam the hall and occasionally attack the damned - especially those who try to climb onto the table for relief from the blood - and the damned are cursed to still suffer from hunger and thirst. Above it all, upon her ash-and-rotwood throne, Hel sits and revels in their punishment, calling names at random and mocking them by reminding all present of that chosen victim's sins. Should an audience come to visit Hel from other realms, she makes the blood boil and suck the damned down under its gory surface until it is done, with the souls screaming in fear all the way.
17th Oct '17 4:29:22 PM jormis29
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* NightmareFuel/{{Continuum}}

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5th Sep '17 9:38:37 AM Bense
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* ''TabletopGame/LegendOfTheFiveRings'' has all sorts of freaky Asian mythology-inspired nastiness, from Oni to Penanggalan. The ''Bearers of Jade'' sourcebook is a guide to horror-role-playing in the setting, and does a very good job of invoking just how nightmarish the Shadowlands can be.
13th Aug '17 1:28:02 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Your only weapon is [[FetishFuel powered by lust.]] [[{{Lolicon}} Did we mention that there's a single person over the age of 18 in the entire]] CrapsackWorld? [[{{Squick}} Imagine feeling up Sara Smith. Or better yet, don't.]]

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** Your only weapon is [[FetishFuel powered by lust.]] [[{{Lolicon}} Did we mention that there's a single person over the age of 18 in the entire]] entire CrapsackWorld? [[{{Squick}} Imagine feeling up Sara Smith. Or better yet, don't.]]
26th May '17 4:31:30 AM justanid
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* NightmareFuel/OldWorldOfDarkness
* NightmareFuel/NewWorldOfDarkness
** NightmareFuel/VampireTheRequiem
** NightmareFuel/WerewolfTheForsaken
** NightmareFuel/MageTheAwakening
** NightmareFuel/PrometheanTheCreated
** NightmareFuel/ChangelingTheLost
** NightmareFuel/HunterTheVigil
** NightmareFuel/GeistTheSinEaters
** NightmareFuel/MummyTheCurse
** NightmareFuel/DemonTheDescent
** NightmareFuel/BeastThePrimordial
** NightmareFuel/GeniusTheTransgression (fan-game)
** NightmareFuel/LeviathanTheTempest (fan-game)
** NightmareFuel/PrincessTheHopeful (fan-game)
** NightmareFuel/DragonTheEmbers (fan-game)
** NightmareFuel/SirenTheDrowning (fan-game)


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* [[NightmareFuel/OldWorldOfDarkness The World of Darkness]]
** NightmareFuel/ChroniclesOfDarkness
12th Mar '17 5:17:00 PM nombretomado
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* While most of the horror in ''TabletopGame/{{Mortasheen}}'' is usually played for BlackComedy, even there are a few stand outs in terms of horrors. Allongside the Devilbirds, who's reason for being NightmareFuel is detailed in TheHeartless, there is also the [[http://www.bogleech.com/mortasheen/lobotomask.htm Lobotomask]]. Created when a mind overloads and destroys itself with its own PsychicPowers, it feeds on a person's thoughts, memories, and emotions, almost literally "lobotomizing" them. It is also near impossible to see or hear unless you are its intended victim, can pass through all conventional matter, and sees only in thoughts. Needless to say, you are fubared if it decides to come for you. And you can't warn anyone because you're now a drooling vegetable. The creator actually said he created it as the scariest creature he could think of if it actually existed in the real world. He succeeded admirably.
** Of course, the fact that human life matters so little in the titular city, that humans are often treated by the many mutants and monsters that live there as test subjects, food and sometimes pets, might count as this. However, it is subverted in that the humans of Mortasheen are rather nonchalant and lighthearted about it, seeing the attitude of "sometime's you're the eater, sometimes you're the eaten" as just the way it goes. Sometimes they actually volunteer for experiments for a chance at gaining more power.
** Hell, almost everything in the setting could be considered this trope if it weren't all PlayedForLaughs.
25th Nov '16 7:18:45 PM Theokal3
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