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2nd Jun '17 10:36:47 AM narm00
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** 2nd Edition ''Domains of Dread'' supplement. In the domain of Kartakas, wolves roam the streets of the cities at night and are strong enough to break down barred gates.

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** 2nd Edition ''Domains of Dread'' supplement. In the domain of Kartakas, Kartakass, wolves roam the streets of the cities at night and are strong enough to break down barred gates.
28th May '17 4:12:44 PM rmctagg09
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* NiceDayDeadlyNight: Ravenloft is based on GothicHorror, so as you'd expect the night is always more dangerous than daytime.
** 1st Edition module I6 ''Ravenloft''. At night, the citizens of Barovia bar their doors and tremble in terror. Strahd attacks the {{PC}}s at night with wolves and bats. Not only could the attacks easily kill them, but party spellcasters can forget relearning their spells. Random encounters at night are much more dangerous: not just wolves, but a deadly variety of undead monsters.
** 2nd Edition ''Domains of Dread'' supplement. In the domain of Kartakas, wolves roam the streets of the cities at night and are strong enough to break down barred gates.
30th Mar '17 8:34:27 AM narm00
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* ''Children of the Night: Vampires''


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* ''Children of the Night: Ghosts''


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* ''Children of the Night: Werebeasts''
* ''Children of the Night: The Created''
28th Mar '17 6:14:46 PM morenohijazo
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* DayOldLegend: Happens to entire ''countries'' in the setting, where new realms that coalesce out of the Mists upon a new darklord's arrival come complete with their own "ancient" legends and histories.
9th Mar '17 12:46:27 PM narm00
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* ''Ravenloft: Denziens of Dread'' (''Denizens of Darkness'' update to 3.5e)

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* ''Ravenloft: Denziens Denizens of Dread'' (''Denizens of Darkness'' update to 3.5e)



* HereditaryCurse: Some of the noble families are saddled with these, such as the propensity to madness displayed by the Hiregaard clan in ''Legacies of the Blood''. One of the most powerful spells introduced as part of the setting allows the caster to inflict this trope upon an enemy and their descendants.

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* HereditaryCurse: Some of the noble families are saddled with these, such as the propensity to madness displayed by the Hiregaard clan in ''Legacies ''Legacy of the Blood''. One of the most powerful spells introduced as part of the setting allows the caster to inflict this trope upon an enemy and their descendants.
9th Mar '17 12:06:32 PM CockroachCharlie
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** The House of Lament oh so much.
1st Mar '17 11:33:59 AM narm00
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* ''Castle of the Undead''
* ''Night of the Tiger''



* ''Tales of Ravenloft'' (anthology)



* ''Mithras Court''



[[folder:Sourcebooks]]
* ''Ravenloft: Realm of Terror'' (2e core boxed set)
* ''Monstrous Compendium Ravenloft Appendix''
* ''Darklords''
* ''Van Richten's Guide to Vampires''
* ''Islands of Terror''
* ''Van Richten's Guide to Ghosts''
* ''Forbidden Lore'' (boxed set)
* ''Monstrous Compendium Ravenloft Appendix II: Children of the Night''
* ''Van Richten's Guide to the Lich''
* ''Van Richten's Guide to Werebeasts''
* ''Castles Forlorn'' (boxed set)
* ''Van Richten's Guide to the Created''
* ''Ravenloft Monstrous Compendium Appendix III: Creatures of Darkness''
* ''Ravenloft Campaign Setting'' (revised 2e core boxed set)
* ''Van Richten's Guide to the Ancient Dead''
* ''Van Richten's Guide to Fiends''
* ''Van Richten's Guide to the Vistani''
* ''The Nightmare Lands'' (boxed set)
* ''Forged of Darkness''
* ''Ravenloft Monstrous Compendium Appendices I & II'' (collects Appendices I & II)
* ''Requiem: The Grim Harvest'' (boxed set)
* ''Domains of Dread'' (revised 2e corebook)
* ''Champions of the Mists''
* ''Carnival'' (boxed set)
* ''Van Richten's Monster Hunter's Compendium Volume One'' (collects the Guides to Vampires, Werebeasts, and the Created)
* ''Van Richten's Monster Hunter's Compendium Volume Two'' (collects the Guides to Ghosts, the Lich, and the Ancient Dead)
* ''Van Richten's Monster Hunter's Compendium Volume Three'' (collects the Guides to Fiends and the Vistani, and adds the Guide to Witches)
* ''Ravenloft Campaign Setting'' (3e corebook)
* ''Secrets of the Dread Realms''
* ''Ravenloft: Denizens of Darkness'' (3e corebook)
* ''Van Richten's Arsenal Volume I''
* ''Ravenloft Gazetteer Volume I''
* ''Champions of Darkness''
* ''Heroes of Light''
* ''Ravenloft Gazetteer Volume II''
* ''Van Richten's Guide to the Walking Dead''
* ''Ravenloft Gazetteer Volume III''
* ''Ravenloft Dungeon Master's Guide'' (3.5e corebook)
* ''Ravenloft Player's Handbook'' (3e ''Ravenloft Campaign Setting'' update to 3.5e)
* ''Ravenloft Gazetteer Volume IV''
* ''Ravenloft: Denziens of Dread'' (''Denizens of Darkness'' update to 3.5e)
* ''Ravenloft Gazetteer Volume V''
* ''Van Richten's Guide to the Shadow Fey''
* ''Legacy of the Blood: Great Families of the Core''
* ''Dark Tales and Disturbing Legends''
* ''Van Richten's Guide to the Mists'' ([[http://www.fraternityofshadows.com/arthaus/GuidetotheMists.pdf free pdf]])
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* ''Ravenloft: Strahd's Possession''

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* ''Ravenloft: Strahd's Possession''''VideoGame/RavenloftStrahdsPossession''
20th Feb '17 4:23:44 AM jormis29
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* ArmedWithCanon: James Lowder wrote ''Knight of the Black Rose'', the novel that brought Lord Soth from TabletopGame/{{Dragonlance}} to Ravenloft. Tracy Hickman complained incessantly until TSR had ''When Black Roses Bloom'' made, removing Soth from Ravenloft. Despite that, Hickman still insists that Soth never went to Ravenloft, even plugging a non-action, non-dialogue cameo into ''Dragons of Summer Flame'' for the sole purpose of conflicting with the Ravenloft timeline, necessitating a fair amount of FanWank to reconcile the two.

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* ArmedWithCanon: James Lowder wrote ''Knight of the Black Rose'', the novel that brought Lord Soth from TabletopGame/{{Dragonlance}} to Ravenloft. Tracy Hickman complained incessantly until TSR Creator/{{TSR}} had ''When Black Roses Bloom'' made, removing Soth from Ravenloft. Despite that, Hickman still insists that Soth never went to Ravenloft, even plugging a non-action, non-dialogue cameo into ''Dragons of Summer Flame'' for the sole purpose of conflicting with the Ravenloft timeline, necessitating a fair amount of FanWank to reconcile the two.
17th Feb '17 10:23:40 AM EdwardGil
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* ThePunishment: Premise of the entire series. The Darklords are given incredible power for their crimes that make people around them suffer. But it's their punishment as well.
17th Feb '17 10:08:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheHunter: Dr. Rudolph Van Richten. The [=PCs=] may also take on this sort of role depending on how the [=GM=] is running the setting.

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* TheHunter: HunterOfMonsters: Dr. Rudolph Van Richten. The [=PCs=] may also take on this sort of role depending on how the [=GM=] is running the setting.
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