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The Lord of Blood, Dracula
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Silveressa's comment on 2014-11-24 02:44 AM
A infamous villain of the ages, often times presented in a ho-hum fashion by most published settings that feature such famed foes, I read this one with equal amounts of anticipation and reservation given the familiarity of the big D in horror games and entertainment in general.

I especially love how this take on Dracula humanizes him, by giving him a better sense of history and reasoning behind personal goals and motivations without staying too far from his established roots.

The run down of strengths and weakness was especially welcome, since it lets any GM quickly get a feel for the threat level at a glance and offers some interesting weaknesses a clever group of PC's can exploit to overcome these otherwise nigh invulnerable foe.

Over all an enjoyable read and a excellent main villain for most any Victorian era supernatural campaigns and equally usable in other genres with a little modification.

I would enjoy seeing a plot hooks area with some ideas on how to include him in ones campaign, but even without this the piece stands out as a fun take on an otherwise over used villain and reminds why I love the creativity of our Strolenati. Go to Comment
The Lord of Blood, Dracula
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Tusserk's comment on 2014-11-23 08:12 PM
Excellent... but then I am biased. Will have to comment more once I am home Go to Comment
NPC List For 1640s Demon Hunting
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Murometz's comment on 2014-11-02 01:10 AM
Doesn't get more "flavorful" than this. You're forcing the reader to transport to your world. Very nice. Very specific. Go to Comment
NPC List For 1640s Demon Hunting
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Murometz's comment on 2014-11-03 04:31 PM
A Bone Stitcher, a 17th century priest from Galway, an Incubus(!), and Dracula walk into a bar... Go to Comment
NPC List For 1640s Demon Hunting
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valadaar's comment on 2014-11-04 01:44 PM
Great details! Excellent characters/ Good stuff! Go to Comment
NPC List For 1640s Demon Hunting
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Aramax's comment on 2014-11-02 06:02 AM
4.5/5 Very good list Go to Comment
NPC List For 1640s Demon Hunting
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Ted's comment on 2014-11-02 10:33 AM
Update 1. Added a few people to Galway, Added Letterfrack and the Monstrous section in their entirety (thus far).

To do: I should blurb about the PCs right at the beginning I guess. Need to fill in more gaps, especially within Galway and the various political organizations that exist. Go to Comment
NPC List For 1640s Demon Hunting
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Ted's comment on 2014-11-02 03:05 PM
The top of the submission and the table of Contents doesn't look great but otherwise it doesn't look that bad on my end... Go to Comment
NPC List For 1640s Demon Hunting
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Ted's comment on 2014-11-03 09:30 PM
Don't forget the angel. (Although Mother Rebecca is the least of the party's worries on that front- not that they know that yet!) Go to Comment
NPC List For 1640s Demon Hunting
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PoisonAlchemist's comment on 2014-11-02 12:17 PM
Is it just me or is the formatting all fubar? Go to Comment
Bishop Saul O'hara
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Murometz's comment on 2014-10-16 09:08 AM
Poor Saul.

I feel there's some part of the tale we're missing here involving Saul, Gabriel and Selmy. Other than that, interesting example of possession.
And fascinating use of Scras' Bone Stitcher in a genre-bending way!

Good luck to your players. Saul sounds like he's now ready to kick some ass. Go to Comment
Bishop Saul O'hara
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Murometz's comment on 2014-10-16 12:53 PM
Hey Ted, just realized you may want to throw in some dates, or at least 1 date :) Just remembered this is from your 1640's campaign. Might help the readers having an idea of time/place/genre. Go to Comment
Bishop Saul O'hara
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valadaar's comment on 2014-10-16 09:33 AM
Excellent! I am very partial to the Bonesticher!
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Bishop Saul O'hara
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Ted's comment on 2014-10-19 08:44 AM
Update: Quick update for historical frame of reference (Thanks Muro) Go to Comment
Agency 17: Illegal Search and Seizure
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valadaar's comment on 2013-11-19 08:50 AM
This is an odd one for the series - there does not seem to be any sinister motivations.

Perhaps the drugs _are_ being seized for 'destruction'. They are destroyed, but end up being used as precursors for some other material.

Good details!

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Agency 17: Illegal Search and Seizure
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Ted's comment on 2013-11-19 09:10 AM
The twist is that the drugs will likely be used to frame someone at a later point in time. I was thinking a federal judge, or maybe a senator. Of course, what's left will probably be sold off to help fund Agency 17. After all, that's what corrupt FBI agents have done multiple times. Go to Comment
Agency 17: It's a Diplomatic Thing
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Scrasamax's comment on 2013-10-27 07:46 AM
Only voted Go to Comment
Agency 17: It's a Diplomatic Thing
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Murometz's comment on 2013-10-21 11:22 AM
Oooh, spies--CIA, KGB, mole-lists. Fun scenario, I like it! And a nice easy-to-follow format too. Go to Comment
Agency 17: It's a Diplomatic Thing
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valadaar's comment on 2013-10-22 09:10 AM
This is good - love the multiple players having incomplete pictures.

Looks like a fun campaign. Go to Comment
Operation Slander
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Pariah's comment on 2013-10-01 05:51 PM
Firstly very good dossier, now onto the questions I thought of while reading through this...

How paranoid is he exactly? I mean suitably paranoid to check for tails but does he put a piece of hair across his door to see if there have been intruders? (Black bag job) Does he check the undercarriage of his car for bombs/random GPSs? (GPS on the car ala the FBI) Is his car alarmed? (Bug the interior) Does he have a live in landlord or is there an office that closes at 5? (Break in there and borrow the master keys.) And, if all else fails, an RX 7, even in a neutral color is still a flashy car, given a well trained team, trailing him for a day or two wouldn't actually be that hard.

Potential solutions:
Columbian Solution - wire up a brick of SEMTEX to his car and firebomb his apartment.
Vehicular accident - assuming he follows a predictable route to and from the newspaper office, have a dump truck lose its brakes and T bone him in an intersection.
Suicide by cop - Make sure he sees you tailing him a couple times during the day and the have SWAT raid the wrong apartment. Accidents happen, and a man who's sure the boogie man of the intel world is out to get him will undoubtably be on a hair pin trigger. Go to Comment
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