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by Bruce Nesmith,Andria Hayday

Download Ravenloft: Realm of Terror (AD&D 2nd Ed (144 Page Book / 4 Maps / Overlay / 24 Cardsheets #1053) eBook
ISBN:
0880388536
Author:
Bruce Nesmith,Andria Hayday
Category:
Puzzles & Games
Language:
English
Publisher:
TSR Inc.; 2nd edition (September 1, 1991)
Pages:
144 pages
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Rating:
4.7
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A 144-page book detailing a complete, terrifying new campaign world, which was inspired by the classic TSR . Ravenloft The Realm of Terror its an awesome piece.

A 144-page book detailing a complete, terrifying new campaign world, which was inspired by the classic TSR adenture "Ravenloft. You'll find new twists on magic and the AD&D rules, tips for adding fear to your games, plus a portrait of over 30 new lands and the powerful lords who rule them - from vampires, ghosts, and werewolves to men who are even more monstrous. Taking merits because in my case some of the contents were missing. it says 24 cardsheets, but only nine came inside of the one I picked up.

by Bruce Nesmith (Author), Andria Hayday (Collaborator). Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items. Ravenloft: Realm of Terror (AD&D 2nd Ed (144 Page Book, 4 Maps, Overlay, 24 Cardsheets

Ravenloft: Realm of Terror. Bruce Nesmith and Andria Hayday. TSR in 1990 as a boxed set with a 144-page book, four large color maps, 24 cardstock sheets, and a transparent map overlay. D&D v. Expanded and Complete.

Ravenloft: Realm of Terror. TSR in 1990 as a boxed set with a 144-page book, four large color maps, 24 cardstock sheets, and a transparent map overlay Reception Lawrence Schick, in his 1991 book Heroic Worlds, calls the set's fold-up castles "scary".

Ravenloft: Realm of Terror (2e) - A New Realm of Horror Adventures In. .

Ravenloft: Realm of Terror (2e) - A New Realm of Horror Adventures In the dead of night, as mists cloak the land, a traveler walks a country road. Ravenloft is a new realm of terror for AD&D adventures,rooted in the Gothic tradition. It is a demiplane of dread and desire, a world whose misty fingers can reach into any other campaign setting and draw unsuspecting heroes into its midst What lurks beneath the covers of this box? A 144-page book detailing a complete, terrifying new campaign world, which was inspired by the classic TSR adventure "Ravenloft.

Ravenloft: Realm of Terror (AD&D 2nd Ed (144 Page Book .

Ravenloft: Realm of Terror (AD&D 2nd Ed (144 Page Book, 4 Maps, Overlay, 24 Cardsheets By Bruce Nesmith, Andria Hayday. Mastering System Center 2012 Operations Manager By Bob Cornelissen, Paul Keely, Kevin Greene, Ivan Hadzhiyski, Sam Allen, Telmo Sampaio.

Ravenloft: Realm of Terror was written by Bruce Nesmith and Andria Hayday, with a cover by Clyde Caldwell, and was published by TSR in 1990 as a boxed set with a 144-page book, four large color maps, 24 cardstock sheets, and a transparent map overlay.

Ravenloft: Realm of Terror is a supplement of rules for Gothic horror, describing a setting of 30.

Ravenloft: Realm of Terror is a supplement of rules for Gothic horror, describing a setting of 30 realms of a demiplane ruled by creatures such as vampires and werewolves. The set covers rules for fear and generation of Gothic monster characters. The supplement was written by Bruce Nesmith and Andria Hayday, with a cover by Clyde Caldwell, and was published by.

Authors: Bruce Nesmith with Andria Hayday Type . The book ends with the standard ‘Techniques of Terror’ and a quick listing of Adventure Ideas.

Authors: Bruce Nesmith with Andria Hayday Type:Campaign Setting Format: Setting Guide Release date: 1990 Summary of content: A 144 page book, with the setting rules (including horror atmosphere creation hints), important NPCs and domains.

Ravenloft is a new realm of terror for AD&D adventures, rooted in the Gothic tradition

Ravenloft is a new realm of terror for AD&D adventures, rooted in the Gothic tradition. It is a demiplane of dread and desire, a world whose misty fingers can reach into any other campaign setting and draw unsuspecting heroes into its midst What lurks beneath the covers of this box? . A flash of fang, a bloodcurdling howl, red eyes fueled by a passion from beyond the grave. The traveler discovers what others have learned before him: all roads lead to Ravenloft. Ravenloft is a new realm of terror for AD&D adventures, rooted in the Gothic tradition.

This adventure is desgined for four to eight player characters of levels 6-9, and can be played as a seperate, stand-alone module or as a.

This adventure is desgined for four to eight player characters of levels 6-9, and can be played as a seperate, stand-alone module or as a follow-up to FRA1, Storm Riders. Ravenloft: Realm of Terror (AD&D 2nd Ed (144 Page Book, 4 Maps, Overlay, 24 Cardsheets EAN 978088038.

What lurks beneath the covers of this box? * A 144-page book detailing a complete, terrifying new campaign world, which was inspired by the classic TSR adenture "Ravenloft." You'll find new twists on magic and the AD&D rules, tips for adding fear to your games, plus a portrait of over 30 new lands and the powerful lords who rule them - from vampires, ghosts, and werewolves to men who are even more monstrous. * 4 big, full-color maps, detailing deadly domains and shadowy settlements. * 24 full-color cardstock sheets, featuring haunted castles, horrid houses, and fiendish folk. * 1 transparent map overlay, for measuring distances in the realm of doom.
  • Tekasa
The product itself is totally awesome!, quite hard to find in a good shape for a fair price.
Why four stars, well, not taking merits from the product. Ravenloft The Realm of Terror its an awesome piece. Taking merits because in my case some of the contents were missing. it says 24 cardsheets, but only nine came inside of the one I picked up. This because the one I bought was used, so not really a surprise, but a bit dissapointing. The rest of the items were in perfect shape as if it were printed yesterday.
  • Whitehammer
Just what my husband wanted.. and came packaged ... so well protected
Thank you
  • Zamo
Loved it.
  • Malalrajas
The original ad&d module Ravenloft sold really well, back in 85, so the powers-that-be in TSR decided to give the project of expanding the concepts and overall gothic flavour to two of its top writers, Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. The product of that idea turned into TSR's best selling line, and this is the start of that line. The damned lords of the plane, like Azalin the Lich, and Harkon Lukas are first introduced here, along with the first guidelines for the driving concepts of the series, the mists and the dark powers. Even now, with the Domains of Dread book out, the Realms of Terror is an invaluable addition to any serious Ravenloft fan.
  • Anasius
As described and even had an extra Ravenloft 3rd Edition book.