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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Ravenloft is a campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons tabletop roleplaying game, invoking themes of Gothic Horror and Dark Fantasy. The events take place in a pocket dimension called the "Land of Mists". The enigmatic Dark Powers have cobbled together a patchwork land of diverse kingdoms, each hiding their own foul secrets and held in thrall by a hideously corrupt being—its darklord—for whom each domain is both a sovereign territory and a prison. The name "Ravenloft" is actually the name of the castle which looms over the Land of Barovia, one of the most famous dark dominions of the setting.Many of the individual domains of Ravenloft, along with their inhabitants, are directly inspired by classic horror and Gothic literature, infamous historical figures, and twisted versions of Fairy Tales and other stories. Dracula, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the works of H. P. Lovecraft, Pinocchio, The Island of Doctor Moreau, Shakespeare's Macbeth, and the historical Borgia family among many others comprise only a few examples.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Ravenloft began as the sixth adventure in the "I" series of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons adventure modules, published in 1983, where a party of adventurers end up in and around the eponymous castle. It received a sequel, Ravenloft II: The House on Gryphon Hill (I10), in 1986. It was turned into a full-fledged campaign setting for AD&D 2e in 1990 with the publication of Ravenloft: Realm of Terror (nicknamed the Black Box). The Ravenloft Campaign Setting boxed set (the Red Box), released in 1994, revised and updated the setting to include developments in the metaplot. In 1997, the hardcover Domains of Dread updated both setting and rules, and was the first version to include rules for the demiplane's natives. The setting was licensed for Third Edition D&D to White Wolf, who released supplements through their Arthaus imprint, starting with 2001's Ravenloft hardcover. They updated it for 3.5 with 2003's Ravenloft Player's Handbook. Plans to publish a fourth edition version of the setting were cancelled, but a number of Domains of Dread were introduced to 4e's default setting, thus integrating Ravenloft into fourth edition's core. The setting and some of the characters are also mentioned in the 5th Edition manuals, and an expanded Updated Re-release of the original I6 campaign titled Curse of Strahd was released on March 15, 2016.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })There is also a Spinoff setting, Masque of the Red Death, released in 1994, which takes place on an alternate version of Earth that has been under the influence of an entity called the Red Death. It features many of the above mentioned classic characters that Ravenloft drew inspiration from as villains.For a long while, getting hold of any Ravenloft books was basically a matter of Keep Circulating the Tapes, but with Wizards of the Coast's return to the PDF market, the AD&D Ravenloft books were made available as official PDFs.The webcomic Starcrossed (Ravenloft) is set in Ravenloft (The domains of Souragne and Dementlieu, specifically). Elemental Doom is in a setting where characters can become trapped in Ravenloft.Works that are set in Ravenloft include:
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Comic-Book Fantasy Casting: Dr. Rudolph Van Richten looks exactly like Van Helsing as portrayed by Peter Cushing. Doctor Victor Mordenheim looks exactly like Christopher Lee from the mid-Seventies. (The mini put out back in the day more strongly resembles Colin Clive.)
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Heroic BSoD
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The most common theory was that Soth really did get sucked into Ravenloft, where he spent several decades having one of the worst Villanous BSODs on record. After about a decade continually locked in his "happy place" caused his realm to literally begin falling apart around him, the White Rose appeared in Sithicus to snap Soth out of his reverie. Once he recovered, the Dark Powers let the White Rose take Soth back with her to Krynn, realizing that there was nothing they could do to Lord Soth that his own memories and haunting spirits couldn't do worse. When he came back, he returned to Krynn only an hour/a day/five minutes after he left, leaving him available for any Dragonlance events that came along in the meantime.
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Vegetarian Vampire
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Vegetarian Vampire: Averted for animal blood; even vampires from other worlds who'd previously been subsisting that way have to turn to human victims or starve. Some vampires use "shallow feeding" on multiple victims to avoid killing each night, but this is generally done for convenience (e.g. Strahd's feeding on captives in Castle Ravenloft's dungeon) rather than mercy.
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Evil vs. Evil
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Evil vs. Evil: Many published Ravenloft adventures involve feuds between darklords, or lesser villains' attempts to seize power from an incumbent lord. Strahd and Azalin have been feuding for centuries, and several other rivalries (Sodo vs. the Hive Queen; Ivan vs. Ivana) are well established. Plus, the Dark Powers are considered evil by many gamers, making their imprisonment and tormenting of darklords an example of this trope as well.
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More Predators Than Prey
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More Predators Than Prey: Many, many gamemasters adjust the population figures and sizes of the domains up by a factor of ten or more to avert this trope. Especially egregious is the Domain of Verbrek, which quite literally has more werewolves than humans living in it.
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Poisonous Friend
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Poisonous Friend: Wizards can summon a familiar and paladins can summon a war horse, like in other settings. However, these companions are Always Chaotic Evil (or lawful evil or neutral evil, depending on the law/chaos alignment of the summoner) in Ravenloft. They are loyal to their master, but lack a conscience, and aren't averse to carrying out evil deeds to "help" their master behind his back. This is bad enough for wizards, but potentially devastating for a paladin, who now has to deal with a pet that constantly puts him in danger of losing his paladinhood. Druid and Ranger animal companions aren't intrinsically evil, but if a domain's darklord commands animals, this includes their pets. They can resist a command to directly harm their master, though.
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All There in the Manual
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All There in the Manual: Like most other D&D settings, most of the setting info is in the sourcebooks.
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Religion of Evil
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Religion of Evil: The setting has quite a few of them, evil cults and dark religions being quite a natural aspect of gothicism, but the most notable one is the Church of the Lawgiver, which is the state religion of both Nova Vaasa (which is generally regarded as a self-centered backwater, even in Ravenloft) and Hazlan (where the Mulan desperately cling to it as a further way to control the Rashemani who they persist in treating as subhuman chattel despite the slaves outnumbering the masters by about nine to one). Being that the Church of the Lawgiver is basically the worship of Bane, Faerunian God of Tyranny, with the serial numbers filed off, it's not surprising that its membership is comprised solely of Lawful Evil and Lawful Neutral types — its dogma revolves around preaching that Status Quo Is God, those who are socially inferior must obey, and rebellion against one's superiors in even the slightest way warrants eternal damnation in the Hell of Slaves.
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Ancient Tomb: Har'Akir and Sebua, being twin counterparts of Ancient Egypt, have mummy-filled tombs all over the place.
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Our Orcs Are Different
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Our Orcs Are Different: To set it apart from traditional fantasy settings, there are actually no orcs in Ravenloft at all. There's a record of one single orc who was brought to the Land of Mists as part of a twisted carnival, but the Dark Powers warped him into a grotesque ape-man. The setting thus doesn't have half-orcs as Player Characters, but Calibans — humans deformed in their mothers' wombs by curses or evil magics — fill that role.
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Sins of Our Fathers
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Sins of Our Fathers: Entire bloodlines can be cursed. In one or two realms, Darklord status is passed on generation to generation.
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Day-Old Legend
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Day-Old Legend: 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.
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The GM Is a Cheating Bastard: The opening of House on Gryphon Hill; If the players haven't played the original Ravenloft, they are put up against Strahd. The DM is encouraged to do whatever it takes to kill the players, including summoning banshees and fudging dice rolls. And then they wake up.
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Knight in Sour Armour: The demiplane might as well have a Cynical Messiah Factory.
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Looks Like Orlok
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The setting also has TONS of variants (even though the regular ones are most common): a racial variant for each race (e.g. elven vampires kill vegetation and are harmed by moonlight), nosferatu that can walk around in the daytime, vampyres (who aren't undead but living creatures that suck blood), and about a zillion others.
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Deal with the Devil
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Deal with the Devil: Strahd claims that a bargain like this that he made was what made him a vampire and the Darklord of Barovia, which in turn, led to the creation of the whole Demiplane. He says that he made the bargain with Death itself, but most think it was actually the Dark Powers.
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Powerful and Helpless
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Powerful and Helpless: Count Strahd von Zarovich is an immortal Domain Holder of a considerable chunk of the multiverse, but his one true wish—gaining the love of the only woman he has ever loved—is kept forever just out of his reach by the Powers That Be.
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Winter Royal Lady
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Winter Royal Lady: Jezra Wagner, a spectre who haunts the high mountains of Barovia. She's in constant freezing pain, but can briefly alleviate it by lethally sucking the heat out of the living.
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Crapsack World
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The Domains of Dread campaign book and 3rd Edition products from Arthaus both eased off on this trope, as these products adapted the setting for native player characters, not Mist-imports from other game settings. Rather than a blatant Crapsack World, they made it feel more like an entire Demiplane With A Dark Secret, in which the masses are largely unaware that their world is any grimmer than normal, the average person never knowingly meets a monster, and the existence of darklords is unknown to all but a handful of occult scholars.
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Kryptonite Factor: Virtually any monster is likely to have one, and identifying the Factor of an individual creature is often the only way to defeat it.
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Adaptation Expansion
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Adaptation Expansion: The game-setting itself is an expansion of an extremely well-received 1st edition adventure, also called "Ravenloft", and its sequel, "Ravenloft 2: The House on Gryphon Hill".
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Ironic Hell
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Ironic Hell: Each domain is tailored to its darklord. All are given great power but at the cost of what they truly desire. Strahd is an immortal warrior-wizard and unquestioned ruler but can never possess the woman he loves. The Dark Powers always reincarnate her, so he can never resign to her being out of his reach either. Azalin rules the largest domain in Ravenloft and is probably the most powerful Darklord there is, but cannot learn new magic. Others include a werewolf who hates his human side but will become human if he acts like an animal, a sadistic killer whose presence removes pain and whose touch cures all ills (including death), and a wolfwere who wants to rule his domain but whose people acknowledge no ruler. A particularly "fun" example is Dragon's description of the way Sithicus changes after Lord Soth returns to Krynn: the domain was originally all about lack of consistancy and twisting memory, because Soth's thing was clinging to who he used to be. Once Inza, whose flaw was self-deception, became the darklord, it changed into a realm where nobody can forget their past.
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Unwanted Assistance: In 3.0 and above, a paladin summoning their magic warhorse or a spell-caster calling for a familiar gets a dread companion, which is exactly the same except its alignment is always evil. Rather than being opposed to its master, it is loyal to a fault and aware of its master's secret thoughts and desires, and will try to "help" him by, for instance, stealing an item he covets, or secretly murdering someone who annoyed him a bit.
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Red Right Hand
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Red Right Hand: Those who fail Powers checks and get the attention of the Dark Powers usually end up physically deformed in some way that reflects on the nature of their evil deeds (a thuggish violent character becomes large and brutish-looking, etc). Also, the Vistani like to do this to people who annoy them, such as turning a thief's hands black.
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Haunted Castle
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Haunted Castle: Castle Ravenloft itself, to start with, but there's plenty others.
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Failure Is the Only Option
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Failure Is the Only Option: Initially, Ravenloft was a one-adventure module with Strahd as the Big Bad, whose defeat by the hands of the PCs was the conclusion. Since then, the setting evolved and Strahd is still alive and well (or should we say undead and well). The Canon timeline of Ravenloft even says "528: powerful heroes assault Castle Ravenloft and are killed". Also in keeping with this theme, certain aspects of the rules tended to make victory nearly impossible or at least very, very difficult. Most darklords had various means of resurrection that were almost guaranteed to succeed (Azalin's phylactery, Strahd's contingency spell to teleport to a hidden coffin in the mountains if he was ever killed, Harkon Lucas' mind jumping to any nearby wolf when his domain is covered in them, etc) unless the players were extremely clever. Likewise, a closed domain border meant the players were trapped, and any mundane or magical attempts to get out would fail automatically. Finally, a trend that ran through many of the adventures involved the deaths of PCs as integral parts of the plot, usually as an excuse to resurrect them later as monsters or so the villain could force them to do something. Hour of the Knife involved any player who wandered away from the group getting killed 'off camera' by dopplegangers who promptly replaced him, Adam's Wrath forced the PCs to die so their brains could be transplanted into golems, From the Shadows had Azalin behead the PCs to fulfill a prophecy...the list goes on. This applies to the Dark Lords themselves as well. An integral part of their curse is that the Dark Powers keep giving them hope of gaining what they most desire, only for them to fail each and every time.
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Bizarre Alien Psychology
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Bizarre Alien Psychology: Reading the far-too-alien mind of an aberration, golem, undead, lycanthrope... really, just about any actual monster, will force humanoid characters to make a Madness check.
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Curse Escape Clause
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Curse Escape Clause: Cursing someone with undeath or another torment is very easy to do as long as you include one of these. A lot of modules revolve around figuring out and fulfilling a clause.
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Hereditary Curse
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Hereditary Curse: Some of the noble families are saddled with these, such as the propensity to madness displayed by the Hiregaard clan in 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.
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Your Magic's No Good Here
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Your Magic's No Good Here: Many spells don't function or have altered effects, to prevent players from circumventing the domain's rules. Black Magic, on the other hand, is greatly enhanced but will quickly turn you into a plaything of the Dark Powers.
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Bilingual Bonus
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Bilingual Bonus: True of several domains' Meaningful Names, sometimes to the point of giving things away (e.g. "Richemulot" = "Rich Mouse", home domain of aristocratic wererats).
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Grave Humor
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Grave Humor: The tombs under Castle Ravenloft in the original adventure have a number of funny inscriptions on the individual crypts.
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He Who Fights Monsters
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He Who Fights Monsters: The heroes of Ravenloft always run the risk of becoming what they have set out to destroy, if they commit enough acts of evil along the way to draw the attention of the Dark Powers. Rudolph Van Richten, author of the guides to Ravenloft's monsters, is a subversion: He started out angry and vindictive, but mellowed out as time went on, even learning to forgive the Vistani who had stolen his son. He still has nothing but vitriol for liches and willing vampires, but in those cases, they were evil before they became monsters. Although one of the possible endings for the final module suggests that Van Richten finally became a darklord in his own right. Or was locked in an oubliette within the Mists, if the 3E product-line is accepted as canon.
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Empty Shell
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Empty Shell: The "Lost Ones," people who have been driven catatonic through horrible encounters with Ravenloft's many horrors.
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Ax-Crazy
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Ax-Crazy: This is actually very rare among darklords. Insanity would suggest that they aren't responsible for their actions, something which, as emphasized frequently, they are. The only one that truly fits the Trope is Easan the Mad of Vechor. A few of them do show some leanings towards the Trope, such as the Hive Queen, Tristessa, Malken, and Duke Gundar, as do quite a few non-darklord villains like the Midnight Slasher.
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Tomato in the Mirror
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Tomato in the Mirror: Darkon's effect on memory isn't a secret, just an unpleasant fact that's impolite to talk about openly. If you're a native Darkonian, you have to live with the lingering anxiety that a short jaunt across the border will reveal that you aren't a native Darkonian. Perhaps some of your most cherished friends and loved ones never existed, and perhaps there was something (or someone) very, very important you've left unattended for years. Darkonians don't like to leave Darkon.
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FlyingDutchman
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Flying Dutchman: Several, most notably Captain van Riese (a Captain Ersatz of the original).
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Black Knight
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Black Knight: Lord Soth. It even becomes his moniker when references to him pop up after he's been Exiled from Continuity.
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The Punishment
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The Punishment: 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.
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Uplifted Animal
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Uplifted Animal: Urik von Kharkov is a panther-turned-human-turned-nosferatu. Also, the Wildlands do this to animals that stay there for long, and Markov cranks them out via vivisection.
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Best Served Cold
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Best Served Cold: Revenge was the original motive for Dr. Rudolph Van Richten's career as a vampire hunter, which he later expanded to monster hunter in general. After his son was turned into an undead slave by a cruel vampire named Baron Metus, he was forced to kill his son via Mercy Killing, but the Baron retaliated by murdering Van Richten's whole family. The doctor swore revenge against vampires in general, and his first victim was Baron Metus. Sadly, this had unfortunate consequences that lasted his whole life; see Doom Magnet below.
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Wolverine Publicity
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Wolverine Publicity: No fewer than a half dozen different darklords have visiting Barovia and being chased off by Count von Zarovich as part of their background. Lord Soth got around this by already having as much Popularity Power as the Count, who only escaped with his undead hide intact by kicking out one of Soth's ghostly servants who'd sought shelter with him. Soth cared more about getting revenge on his disloyal servant than on repaying the insults the Count had visited on him, and so chased his servant all the way to the Misty Border, where he eventually caught and killed him (again), but not before being caught by the Mists and trapped in his own domain. Played straight and averted in the Domains of Dread core rulebook, which introduced Vecna and Kas as darklords. Unlike the Lord Soth example, Vecna's entrapment was explicitly acknowledged by various Greyhawk sourcebooks when he was described as missing and/or trapped. Played straight as Vecna and Kas were two of the most famous Greyhawk characters in the setting and introduced some measure of celebrity to Ravenloft, but averted when the two were given a pair of domains adjacent to one another and in their own separate cluster where they could war against each other eternally, effectively making their appearance a sideshow that wouldn't disrupt the Core domains as a whole. Vecna, already a demigod at the very limits of the Dark Powers to hold and contain, managed to escape within a few years in an insane Gambit Roulette scheme that involved luring Iuz to Ravenloft, absorbing his essence to become a true god, and using his power to warp the Mists into shunting him into Sigil where, as a true God within the Cage, his very presence began breaking down the rules of reality (and replacing them with those of 3rd edition). Problematic for violating the explicit rules of three different settings? Or awesome for violating the explicit rules of three different settings? Your call.
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Not So Extinct
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Not So Extinct: In Scholar of Decay, a wizard exploring some underground passages in Richemulot has a brief encounter with a black pudding, a D&D monster not at all typical of the Gothic Horror-style Land of Mists. He avoids it, then pauses to marvel at its presence, as they're considered to be extinct.
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Burn the Witch!
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Practicing arcane magic in front of Tepestanis isn't a good idea, unless you'd like to play out the Burn the Witch! trope. Or rather, Burn The Fey, but that's hardly an improvement.
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Rapid Aging
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Rapid Aging: Malocchio Aderre, the feared Dukkar, aged from infancy to near-adulthood in about six months, then began aging normally; however, his emotional development wasn't accelerated, so he acts very much like a child despite his physical maturity. This does not make him any less of a threat, as shown by the many dead Vistani his troops have left in their wake. The Lady of the Lake's daughter Katherine was created with accelerated aging so that she could help enact the Lady's vengeance. Unlike Malocchio, however, Katherine's rapid aging didn't shut off, meaning she went from infancy to old age in a few years. Katherine's son inherited his mother's rapid aging, becoming a hulking brute less than a year after birth.
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Magic-Powered Pseudoscience
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Magic-Powered Pseudoscience: It is possible for non-magic-using characters to create Dread Golems or even Undead, but it is stated that these creations gain their dark lifeforce from the Dark Powers granting it to them.
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Mad Doctor
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Mad Doctor: Doctor Mordenheim (an Expy for Doctor Frankenstein), and Doctor Heinfroth (keeper of the resident Bedlam House). Darklord Frantisek Markov (an Expy for Doctor Moreau) has no medical training, but he doesn't let that stop him experimenting on any animals— or humans— unfortunate enough to cross his path.
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So Beautiful, It's a Curse
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So Beautiful, It's a Curse: More literal than usual - if a Ravenloft woman is gifted with unusual beauty, it's generally so the Powers can torment her with particularly vile suitors that think "No" Means "Yes". Or, alternatively, torment her by gifting her with supernatural beauty that causes her to kill or repel potential soulmates. Inverted for the darklord of Dementlieu, who is (literally) cursed to appear uglier and uglier to any woman the more strongly he's attracted to her.
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Doom Magnet
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Doom Magnet: For most of his career as a monster hunter, almost all of Dr. Rudolph Van Richten's friends and allies who helped him in this pursuit died horrible deaths. As it turned out, this was due to a Vistani curse that had been placed on him early in his career. The curse was eventually lifted, but he disappeared soon after, and was presumed dead.
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Draw Sword, Draw Blood
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Draw Sword, Draw Blood: Rumor has it that Ba'al Verzi daggers cannot be sheathed before having killed someone.
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Escaped from Hell
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Escaped from Hell: Lord Soth, one of D&D's favorite villains, escapes the Land of Mists in the most bizarre way possible ...by not giving a crap. He basically accepts that he deserves to be tormented by the Dark Powers and admits his failures. He refuses to rise to anything they present him with, be it despair or hope; eventually, realising that it's pointless to keep him around since he won't respond to anything they do, the Dark Powers release him from Ravenloft. Vecna's escape was chronicled in Die, Vecna, Die! and in the 4th edition of D&D he's still wandering around.
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The Wall Around the World
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The Wall Around the World: The Misty Border that surrounds every domain, although they can also take the form of heatwaves or blizzards.
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The Renfield
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The Renfield: Naturally, since the setting has every classic vampire trope, there's plenty of these running around.
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Witch Species
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Amazingly, it's also subverted; Ravenloft is home both to one of the few non-evil species of werebeast, the Wereraven, and to the Bruja, which are Hagsnote a Witch Species embodying the Wicked Witch archetype that have turned to good.
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Infant Immortality
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Infant Immortality: Averted, there are undead children here and there, and plenty of monsters eager to steal infants for the dinner table or worse.
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Monster-Shaped Mountain
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Monster-Shaped Mountain: In the adventure "Neither Man Nor Beast", the beach where the player characters become marooned on Markovia is covered with giant stone figures buried waist-deep in the sand or just offshore. Graben Island is shaped like a three-clawed monstrous hand.
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Cold-Blooded Torture
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The Church of Ezra has... issues. The Borcan branch has a strict official policy of staying out of politics and willfully turns a blind eye to the depredations of the nobility; this is how they avoid incurring the local darklord's wrath. The Darkonese sect is a fundamentalist sect with an apocalyptic doctrine, willing to conduct Cold-Blooded Torture both to interrogate "monsters" and to convert members of other religions, which they see as heathens who are dooming themselves to hell.
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World's Most Beautiful Woman
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World's Most Beautiful Woman: Tatyana to Strahd, to the point that he wants nobody else, despite attempts at trying to find a substitute.
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Constructed World
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Constructed World: The world is a construct of the Dark Powers, who can rearrange it however they please.
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In-Universe
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Although the above is actually justified In-Universe by the fact that Drakov's pride and arrogance outweighs his common sense, and always has; he hates guns because they're "cowards' weapons" and so he refuses to use them. It's the same reason why he refuses to train spellcasters to fight alongside his troops, despite the fact that Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards applies as much in Ravenloft as it does in any other D&D setting, instead enslaving them to churn out enchanted armor and weapons for his elite soldiers.
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Always Chaotic Evil
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Wizards can summon a familiar and paladins can summon a war horse, like in other settings. However, these companions are Always Chaotic Evil (or lawful evil or neutral evil, depending on the law/chaos alignment of the summoner) in Ravenloft. They are loyal to their master, but lack a conscience, and aren't averse to carrying out evil deeds to "help" their master behind his back. This is bad enough for wizards, but potentially devastating for a paladin, who now has to deal with a pet that constantly puts him in danger of losing his paladinhood.
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Sealed Evil in a Can
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Sealed Evil in a Can: The Order of Guardians was founded to seal a lot of evil artifacts into cans, and to keep them there. All darklords are trapped inside their own domains, which are effectively Cans the size of a country. Darklords such as Gwydion or Tristan ApBlanc are also sealed into cans within their domains. The Amber Temple from Curse of Strahd is dedicated to this, with vestiges of evil entities trapped in giant blocks of amber. Their shenanigans still affect the world, but it otherwise seems to have worked remarkably well, with only one having escaped.
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Überwald
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Überwald: Barovia
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Magical Library
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Magical Library: The lich-king Azalin Rex has a giant book which houses the self-updating life stories of every sentient being who has ever been born in his domain of Darkon, or who's entered it and stayed long enough to lose all memory of their previous life, in addition to Azalin's continuously updating biography. Crossing out or rewriting your lifestory are among the few ways to recover from Darkon's insidious Identity Amnesia effect, as is asking Azalin to rewrite said lifestory to your benefit.
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Scenery Porn
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Scenery Porn: It is mentioned in the 3.0 setting book that the Demiplane of Dread is actually a beautiful land filled with lots of pretty scenery.
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Hope Springs Eternal
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Hope Springs Eternal: This is exploited by The Dark Powers, who made it the crux of their Punishment for the Darklords. See Failure Is the Only Option and Yank the Dog's Chain.
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Artifact Collection Agency
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Artifact Collection Agency: The Guardians are a monastic order dedicated to collecting and locking away the Land's many cursed and/or malign magical artifacts.
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Tailor-Made Prison
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Tailor-Made Prison: The entire setting is just a grouping of Oubliettes for the Darklords, along with all of the people who have to live in the domains, or those who get pulled in by the Mists from other worlds.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: The map of Ravenloft's Core in the first boxed set was very... patchwork, to say the least. For starters, Bluetspur, a lightning blasted wasteland filled with underground tunnels of Mind Flayers, was directly adjacent to domains with temperate forests. The Nightmare Lands, an almost completely featureless desert (as long as you're awake) and Vechor, a domain ran by an insane Reality Warper whose terrain changes by the hour, were right next to relatively normal domains filled with wheat fields. Another domain centered around a religion based on starvation as holy was smack dab in the middle of the Core's breadbasket, surrounded by lands of plenty on all sides. The opportunity to fix this came with the Grand Conjunction, which, as a side effect, rearranged domains to correspond with roughly similar ecologies and created Islands and Clusters, domains separate from the Core that correspond with each other without seeming too out of place. That said, the weirdness was merely somewhat reduced, not removed entirely; see Patchwork Map below for examples.
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Fisher Kingdom
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Fisher Kingdom: Darkon will, over the course of three months, rewrite your memories so that you think you are a native. It's easily reversible though - one day outside its borders, and one migraine later, your real memories will come back. This is a lesser version of Azalin's curse, which prevents him from learning new spells.
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Disproportionate Retribution
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Disproportionate Retribution: The Dark Powers grant vengeful curses as a sort of hobby, and only require that the punishment fit the crime in the perception of the one invoking it. Whether it's actually appropriate from an objective viewpoint (or for that matter whether the curser has correctly identified the guilty party) is less important.
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Our Demons Are Different
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Our Demons Are Different: All evil outsiders usually come to the demiplane by possessing someone, or by being summoned in by powerful spellcasters. They become trapped like everyone else once they are in. A powerful Incubus named the Gentlemen Caller is trying to escape by creating a child capable of escaping from the Demiplane. Fiends even got their own rules supplement dedicated to them called Van Richten's Guide to Fiends in 2nd Edition. Due to their rarity, Van Richten himself is under the impression that All Demons Are Different, i.e. every one is unique in its powers and appearance.
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Magic Versus Science
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Magic Versus Science: As a rule, the more technologically advanced a given domain is, the less the natives are prone to put much faith in magic, even though the level of magic is fairly consistent throughout the demiplane. For example, magic is not taken very seriously in Dementlieu, Mordent or especially Lamordia, despite the dominance of nearby Darkon in the northern Core.
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Micro Monarchy
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Micro Monarchy: Ghastria, until the Great Upheaval. Most domains whose overt ruler is a monarch or noble of some sort would count in any other setting if the official population numbers and geographic dimensions are used (Darkon, for example, is the largest and most populous Domain, yet barely has over 100 000 inhabitants and at its widest can be crossed in a few days at most).
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Immortal Ruler
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Immortal Ruler: Most of the Darklords have been cursed with unending, tormented existence by the Dark Powers, and many of them are also various types of The Undead. As such, most have been in power for a very long time, and their tenure isn't likely to end soon. Moreover, the Dark Powers don't like to lose a plaything, so they've been known to resurrect a Darklord that's been killed.
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Book Dumb
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Book Dumb: One of the defining cultural trappings of Valachan is a deliberate scorn for "book learning", which they view as useless, impractical, and antithetical to everything that makes a person a "man". If it's not practical knowledge that can help one survive in the day-to-day world, it's derided; this actually puts the local priests in the odd position where the locals simultaneously depend on their magic, but scorn them for needing to be educated. In fairness, this trope is depicted as a strong hindrance to the Valachani—for example, it keeps them from realizing they are being ruled over and literally preyed upon by an alliance of vampires and werepanthers.
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Affably Evil
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Affably Evil: Some of the Darklords can be like this, most likely so the PCs can sympathize with them, even if just a little. Many evil-aligned secret societies, in particular the Fraternity of Shadows, the people who write the netbook Gazetteers (they're genteel and wise wizards who completely lack in Fantastic Racism...and each and every one of them is a Neutral Evil Manipulative Bastard who truly believe that most other people aren't actually real, thus it doesn't matter what happens to them).
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Down the Rabbit Hole
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Down the Rabbit Hole: Oftentimes the earliest adventures have player characters being plucked up from their world by stumbling into the fog or somehow sailing into the Tractless Sea.
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Corrupt Church
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Corrupt Church: The Church of Ezra has... issues. The Borcan branch has a strict official policy of staying out of politics and willfully turns a blind eye to the depredations of the nobility; this is how they avoid incurring the local darklord's wrath. The Darkonese sect is a fundamentalist sect with an apocalyptic doctrine, willing to conduct Cold-Blooded Torture both to interrogate "monsters" and to convert members of other religions, which they see as heathens who are dooming themselves to hell. Zhakata is a fake religion whose god only exists inside the head of its demented high priest. The Church of the Lawgiver has an extremely strict and stratified worldview in which social mobility is impossible and not only has no restrictions on the power of those in authority, but actively encourages leaders to do whatever they want. Which is unsurprising, since it's literally the church of the God of Tyranny and Slavery from the Forgotten Realms with the serial numbers filed off.
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Albinos are Freaks
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Albinos are Freaks: One of Carnival's sample scenarios involves helping an innocent young albino girl find refuge from prejudice among other human oddities.
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Dark Is Not Evil
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Dark Is Not Evil: The Dark Powers are known to reward some people that pass their tests. They also are suspected of powering clerics' and paladins' class abilities, as it's unclear whether or not gods can influence events within the setting in that way. Of course, the Dark Powers also torment people who don't remotely deserve it. Dark is not good, but may be closer to Chaotic Neutral. Or blue.
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Fantastic Racism
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Fantastic Racism: Demihumans get a lot of mistrust, alienation and prejudice in the setting, to the point the third edition rules introduced an "Outsider Rating" that posed an increasingly high penalty to most diplomatic-focused skills. Sadly, it's kind of justified by the fact that Ravenloft is officially crawling with all manner of monsters that look almost, but not quite, like normal human beings. These include several varieties of Always Chaotic Evil werebeasts, multiple types of vampire, and even weirder creatures ("Red Widows" are an always female race of sapient Giant Spiders that can shapeshift into always-redhaired humanoid forms and which reproduce by mating with humanoids, paralyzing them, and then laying the eggs into their bodies).
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Fantasy Counterpart Culture
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Fantasy Counterpart Culture: Apart from Darkon, which looks like (almost) a standard Elves-and-Dwarves Fantasy setting, each inhabited Domain is based on a real-world historical or literary country, as summed up on this webpage. Scattered throughout the realm are the Vistani, who are fantasy counterpart gypsies.
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Genius Loci
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Genius Loci: The Demiplane itself may or may not be sentient. In the 3rd Edition rules, certain places could get so saturated with evil that they could spontaneously awaken to sentience. These places were known as Phantasmagoria. The House of Lament in Borca is so strongly evil that it's actually a tiny Domain.
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Disease by Any Other Name
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Disease by Any Other Name: The population of Valachan is regularly plagued by a mild "disease" they call White Fever. In reality, it's anemia caused by the vampire dark lord taking controlled sips from his subjects note not so much out of mercy as because he doesn't want rivals for the food supply — the population is too ignorant to realize the truth.
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Eviler Than Thou
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Eviler Than Thou: Fiends play this role to the Darklords. The Darklords usually tend to have a few redeeming characteristics, whereas Fiends are wholly evil.
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Unholy Matrimony
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Unholy Matrimony: A vampire can create a special spawn (normal vampire offspring in Ravenloft are completely in thrall to their creator), exchanging the Mind Control aspect for becoming Mindlink Mates. The ritual has to be done in bed. With lots of panting and sweating, and both left helpless for a while afterwards. Strahd keeps trying to do this to the reincarnations of his lost love, but his curse keeps foiling the attempt.
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Nightmare Sequence
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Nightmare Sequence: Depending on whether or not the players have played the original I6 Ravenloft, the opening of I10 Ravenloft II: House on Gryphon Hill can be this. The DM is told, if the players have fought Strahd before, to retell their battle so that it ends in the death of the heroes. If they haven't, they find themselves in a battle against Strahd, a battle the DM is encouraged to have Strahd win, no matter what. When they die, they wake up.
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Pocket Dimension
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Pocket Dimension: The Demiplane of Dread is a seemingly finite space shaped in the Ethereal Plane by the will of the Dark Powers. Though it is generally considered the biggest of all demiplanes in the Ethereal.
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Death World
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Death World: Ravenloft has this reputation from what little bits people not living there have learned. The 2nd Edition products played up how dangerous Ravenloft is, but the 3rd Edition products eased off of this and even stated that a person can live their whole life without encountering any horrific monsters. There are some locations, like Necropolis, that still play this trope straight (any living creature that tries to enter Necropolis is immediately killed), and necromantic magic is much stronger in Ravenloft than it is elsewhere in the multiverse.
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Replacement Goldfish
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Replacement Goldfish: There's an unfortunate Dhampire-like creature called a vorlog that is created when someone is in the process of being turned by the Unholy Matrimony ritual, but the vampire is slain before the victim is fully transformed. They keep trying to recreate the aborted bond with the vampire through (non-vampire) surrogates. It never ends well.
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Creepy Souvenir
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Creepy Souvenir: One of the villains (Jacqueline Montarri from Cranium Chase above, natch) collects the still-living heads of her victims.
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Brought Down to Normal
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Brought Down to Normal: Werewolf darklord Alfred Timothy's curse causes him to revert to human form if he ever starts cutting loose in his furred shape, forcing him to restrain his own feral impulses or else expose this weakness to his pack. This is particularly sucky (for him) when you realise he's a high priest for a Religion of Evil whose main tenet is that lycanthropes must indulge in their bestial urges.
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Battle in the Center of the Mind
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Battle in the Center of the Mind: What happens if the Nightmare Court decides your mind looks tasty.
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Circus of Fear
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The residents of the Carnival are also subject to Isolde's involuntary Reality Warper powers: the Twisting causes people who stay overlong in the Carnival to mutate, their form changing to reflect their hearts and souls.
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Decade Dissonance
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Decade Dissonance: Each domain being tailored to its Darklord, the Demiplane of Dread is composed of a patchwork of small countries of very different civilization levels. Some are medieval, others Renaissance, and some even display a touch of Victorian London.
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Animate Dead
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Animate Dead: Spells that do this are much more powerful in Ravenloft... however, undead are also significantly harder to keep under control.
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Eenie, Meenie, Miny Moai
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In the adventure "Neither Man Nor Beast", the beach where the player characters become marooned on Markovia is covered with giant stone figures buried waist-deep in the sand or just offshore.
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Magic Compass
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Magic Compass: Compasses do point north, but this is presumably a magical effect because the Land of Mists is not a globe, so doesn't have poles. Just what force it is that attracts compass-needles there is a bit of a mystery.
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Audio Adaptation
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Audio Adaptation: I, Strahd got an audiobook release read by Peter Vincent himself, Roddy McDowall!
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Fantasy Gun Control
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Fantasy Gun Control: Averted, because it just wouldn't be a classic werewolf hunt without a Silver Bullet or two. Though it depends on the Domain, those with a high enough Culture Rating have primitive guns, those without do not. But you can bring a gun from a high-Culture Domain into a low-Culture Domain and it still works, you just won't be able to buy shot, powder, or spare parts.
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Meaningful Name
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Meaningful Name: Many of the domains' names, and some of the characters.
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Fisher King
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Fisher King: Each Darklord is intimately tied to his or her domain. They have limited ability to sense things going on or when something's really out of whack with their land. This most notably manifests with the disruption of reality caused by demons and other supernatural outsiders.
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Vampire Refugee
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Vampire Refugee: Quite a few in various modules and stories. Vamiprism in Ravenloft is explicitly completely incurable, so theirs is always a hopeless cause.
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FriendlyNeighborhoodVampires
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Although individual vampires' powers can vary, Ravenloft for the most part plays the "standard" vampire as close to the (Hollywood) archetype as possible, at least where the strict avoidance of Friendly Neighborhood Vampires is concerned.
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The Grim Reaper
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The Grim Reaper: The minor darklord Death claims to be this, but in reality, it's a former servant of Azalin's. Grim Reapers are also a form of monster that appear to collect the life force of the dying and powerful. Defeating one causes the target in question to have a miraculous recovery.
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Dark Fantasy
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Dark Fantasy: Of course, as this is Dungeons and Dragons with Gothic Horror running through its veins.
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Unwitting Pawn
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Unwitting Pawn: Darklords and especially vampires like arranging these. There's a very good chance that by the end of a module the players will end up fighting whoever asked them for help in the first place. On a larger scale, the Powers are the ones that are really "playing" Ravenloft — all the characters, PC or not, are basically toys for their amusement.
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I Don't Like the Sound of That Place
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I Don't Like the Sound of That Place: Many of the lands. Convincing prospective tourists to visit beautiful "Darkon," "Dementlieu" or "Ghastria" is probably something of a challenge.
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More literal than usual - if a Ravenloft woman is gifted with unusual beauty, it's generally so the Powers can torment her with particularly vile suitors that think "No" Means "Yes". Or, alternatively, torment her by gifting her with supernatural beauty that causes her to kill or repel potential soulmates.
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Unstuck in Time
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Unstuck in Time: Castle Forlorn is an example of a place that's unstuck in time. While the wider domain of Forlorn is temporally concurrent with the rest of the demiplane, people who enter the castle can find themselves shuttled between at least three different eras in its history.
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Exposition of Immortality
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Exposition of Immortality: Dr. Van Richten realized that the fiend Drigor had been manipulating a particular family for generations when he looked at the family journals, and realized their writing styles hadn't changed for the past two hundred years.
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Twice-Told Tale
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Twice-Told Tale: The novel Mordenheim is a re-telling of Frankenstein.
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Violence Is the Only Option
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Violence Is the Only Option: Averted, in fact butchering your way through a Ravenloft adventure is usually the fastest way to be cursed by the Dark Powers. Most magical methods of determining who the real villain of a story is flat out don't function in the setting, so moral dilemmas over whether to fight or Sheathe Your Sword are frequent.
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PlayerCharacters
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The setting thus doesn't have half-orcs as Player Characters, but Calibans — humans deformed in their mothers' wombs by curses or evil magics — fill that role.
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Chronic Backstabbing Disorder
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Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Felix from Neither Man Nor Beast.
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Stages of Monster Grief
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Stages of Monster Grief: Discussed in Van Richten's Guide to the Created, though Van Richten believed that golems rather rapidly move beyond Denial (or rather Dependence [on its creator] followed by Confusion about what it really is) through Defiance (described as Betrayal— in this case betraying its creator and eventual Contempt for its creator) to Betrayal (or rather Hatred, where it takes out its fury at its state of being on everyone and everything around it).
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PC
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1st Edition module I6 Ravenloft. At night, the citizens of Barovia bar their doors and tremble in terror. Strahd attacks the PCs 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.
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Monster Mash
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Monster Mash: There are lots and lots of different monsters in the Demiplane of Dread.
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Super Soldier
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Super Soldier: The ermordenung of Borca have gone through a process that grants them Super Strength and a poison touch, as well as implicitly increasing their beauty and charisma to superhuman levels. In Third Edition, this is explicitly shown to be an overall physical and mental enhancement. They're Honey Trap assassins rather than soldiers, however.
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God of Evil
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The Church of the Lawgiver has an extremely strict and stratified worldview in which social mobility is impossible and not only has no restrictions on the power of those in authority, but actively encourages leaders to do whatever they want. Which is unsurprising, since it's literally the church of the God of Tyranny and Slavery from the Forgotten Realms with the serial numbers filed off.
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Crystal Dragon Jesus
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Crystal Dragon Jesus: The Church of Ezra worships a Cristal Dragon Virgin Mary figure.
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Where the Hell Is Springfield?
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Where the Hell Is Springfield?: While Strahd and Barovia appear to have been pulled out of another D&D realm into the Land of Mists, the backstory is written to be vague on which setting he came from, allowing him to be reasonably inserted into the history of most of them. The same is true for most Dark Lords.
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The Fair Folk
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The Fair Folk: The shadow fey, of the Shadow Rift. These range from benign pixies to savage redcaps to cruel sidhe lords, all psychically manipulated by an Eldritch Abomination.
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Humanlike Hand Anatomy
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Humanlike Hand Anatomy: In a non-cartoon example, the darklord Markov is cursed to always have the body of a beast and the head of a man, but can invoke this trope on himself at will. He favors primate forms anyway, but can opt for hands instead of paws or hooves in his other shapes also.
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Cranium Chase
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Cranium Chase: In a non-comedy example, Jacqueline Montarri was cursed by the Vistani to live on without her head. She murders victims to appropriate their heads, then wears them to pass for human as she scours the Land of Mists for her missing original.
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Ancient Order of Protectors
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Ancient Order of Protectors: The Order of the Guardians are a monastic sect which keeps cursed artifacts sealed away in hidden locations, keeping them out of the hands of innocent bystanders and villains alike.
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Tsuchigumo and Jorogumo
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Tsuchigumo and Jorogumo: The Red Widow may have been inspired by the jorogumo; it's a female Giant Spider (appearing like a color-inverted black widow) that can assume the form of a human woman, which seduces men to drink their blood and use them to fertilize and then incubate her eggs — a trait that the Pathfinder jorogumo would go on to use decades later.
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Looks Like She Is Enjoying It
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Looks Like She Is Enjoying It: Cover of Van Richten's Guide to Werebeasts.
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Villain Protagonist
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Villain Protagonist: I, Strahd is a novel starring - who else? - Strahd.
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Go Mad from the Revelation
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Go Mad from the Revelation: Fail a Madness save provoked by a "malign paradigm shift" (the revelation that something you thought you knew is not only wrong, but terminally harmful to your prolonged well-being) and that's exactly what happens.
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Saharan Shipwreck
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Saharan Shipwreck: Why sailors traveling via Mistways prefer to avoid the Jackal's Ruse.
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Fog of Doom
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Fog of Doom: The Dark Powers use the Mists to pluck people from other worlds and deposit them into Ravenloft.
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Creepy Doll
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Creepy Doll: Doll golems and the Carrionettes.
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Powers That Be
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Powers That Be: The Dark Powers. No one is sure what they want, or why. Only that they tend to do dramatic things, and stay strictly off-camera.
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Ignored Epiphany
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Ignored Epiphany: Lord Soth faces this in Knight of the Black Rose, and it is one of the basic requirements to become a darklord in the first place. Someone capable of acknowledging their own faults automatically has too much humanity left to qualify (ironically, it's likely the in-universe reason why Soth was eventually released from the Mists was his eventual subversion of the trope when he eventually hit rock-bottom).
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Our Goblins Are Different
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Our Goblins Are Different: A local variant are called goblyns: they are humans mutated into monsters by dark magic, and all Violent Glaswegians to a Goblyn. There are also plenty of conventional D&D goblins in Ravenloft. Even they are Different from most game goblins, being closer to their fairy-tale roots.
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Children Are Innocent
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Children Are Innocent: Subverted in a number of modules. Played straight by the True Innocent Prestige Class.
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Ominous Fog
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Ominous Fog: The Mists of Ravenloft are iconic setpieces, and are out and out said to work for the Dark Powers. The Mists are often used to block various domains from each other, and to transport unsuspecting characters to wherever the GM pleases.
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Lighthouse Point
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Lighthouse Point: Monette, the werebat darklord, resides in a lighthouse on a tiny isle in the Nocturnal Sea.
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Fluffy Tamer
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Fluffy Tamer: Paladins and other good-aligned people with Familiars or bounded mounts normally get good-aligned Familiars or bounded mounts. In Ravenloft, they get Dread Companions, who personify their master's id. They're slavishly devoted and friendly, but a Dread Companion paladin's mount may not grok why its master may not want it to kick people he dislikes or considers beneath him when they get too close.
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Riddle for the Ages
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Riddle for the Ages: The true nature of the Dark Powers is this trope, both among scholars in-universe and among gamers.
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Armed with Canon
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Armed with Canon: James Lowder wrote Knight of the Black Rose, the novel that brought Lord Soth from 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 Fan Wank to reconcile the two. The most common theory was that Soth really did get sucked into Ravenloft, where he spent several decades having one of the worst Villanous BSODs on record. After about a decade continually locked in his "happy place" caused his realm to literally begin falling apart around him, the White Rose appeared in Sithicus to snap Soth out of his reverie. Once he recovered, the Dark Powers let the White Rose take Soth back with her to Krynn, realizing that there was nothing they could do to Lord Soth that his own memories and haunting spirits couldn't do worse. When he came back, he returned to Krynn only an hour/a day/five minutes after he left, leaving him available for any Dragonlance events that came along in the meantime.
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Big Bad
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Big Bad: The Darklords in their various Domains.
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Headless Horseman
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Headless Horseman: There's one haunting the roads of various domains, trying to decapitate travelers. The heads of his past victims assist in these attacks.
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Safety in Muggles
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Safety in Muggles: In the module Death Ascendant. While the religious service in the temple is going on the Kargat members take aside worshippers one at a time and drain them of their life force. When they try to do this to a PC, if the PC protests the Kargat member backs off because they don't want to make a scene.
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Never My Fault
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Never My Fault: Almost all Dark Lords are constantly confronted with their misdeeds simply so they can ignore or rationalize them away. One of the big flaws of the Vistani, as a whole, is this; it's all but outright said that it's only a crime if it's done by a giorgio (outsider) to a Vistani, not the other way around. The absolute perfect example of this is the Vistani wise woman cursing Van Richten to bring a horrible death to anyone who comes to consider him an ally for destroying her tribe... not once considering the fact they brought it on themselves by kidnapping his son and selling him to become, essentially, a vampire's catamite. Making things worse, the Vistani who died while under Van Richten's medical care and was used as an excuse to kidnap van Richten's son? He got his injuries in a failed attempt to kidnap somebody else's son.
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Friendly Neighborhood Vampire
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Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: Jander Sunstar may be the only one in the entire setting. A couple of adventures feature NPC vampires that are newly-created and haven't been corrupted below neutral alignment yet, but the setting is pretty firm that all vampires turn monstrous eventually.
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Not So Different
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Not So Different: The setting goes to pains to describe that, as often as (insert group here) is regarded with distrust and suspicion by others, they are often just as bad and may genuinely give their neighbors reason to treat them the way they do. The Vistani are a great example of this. On the one hand, the "giorgio" are clearly shown to be xenophobes. On the other hand, the Vistani are, in many ways, just as xenophobic, as well as being smugly self-righteous, indifferent to cultural differences, and prone to blithely committing acts of theft, kidnapping and worse against giorgio simply because "it's not a crime if we're doing it to them".
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Gothic Horror
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Gothic Horror: The foundation of the game's genre. Many of the Darklords are outright pastiches of famous Gothic Horror monsters, most notably Strahd (Dracula), Mordenheim and Adam (Frankenstein and his Monster), Malken (Jekyll and Hyde) and Markov (the Island of Dr. Moreau).
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Razor Floss
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Razor Floss: Spider-like monsters called Head Hunters spin razor-sharp near-invisible webs that can decapitate the unwary.
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Greater-Scope Villain
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Greater-Scope Villain: The Dark Powers can play this role depending on what type of game the DM is running. Just as many people say that the Dark Powers are not evil at all, but may actually be good. After all, each domain is an Ironic Hell for its ruler, who is an eternal prisoner of it, making Ravenloft a prison of the damned. Seeing as the Dark Powers punish evildoers, it is very possible that they are good. On the other hand, their methods hurt the innocent just as much as they damn the guilty, making them just as likely to be candidates for enemy forces.
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Van Helsing Hate Crimes
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Van Helsing Hate Crimes: Rudolph Van Richten came close to going down this path after his son was stolen and vampired, but managed to learn some empathy, and is usually quite sympathetic to monsters who honestly have no choice in the matter, saving his vitriol for ones that like what they are. At least one adventure, however, has the real villain try to convince Van Richten to commit these crimes against a group of vampire wannabes by convincing him they are real vampires, and explicitly says he will unless the PCs stop him.
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Zombify the Living
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Zombify the Living: One of the nastiest powers of the zombie lord is its ability to cause the instant death and re-animation of living opponents.
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Black Magic
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Black Magic: Almost every spell that even tangentially relates to the dead is evil and can attract the Powers' notice, including objectively benign ones like Raise Dead and Death Knellnote senses whether or not somebody is dead.
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Our Vampires Are Different
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Our Vampires Are Different: Although individual vampires' powers can vary, Ravenloft for the most part plays the "standard" vampire as close to the (Hollywood) archetype as possible, at least where the strict avoidance of Friendly Neighborhood Vampires is concerned. The setting also has TONS of variants (even though the regular ones are most common): a racial variant for each race (e.g. elven vampires kill vegetation and are harmed by moonlight), nosferatu that can walk around in the daytime, vampyres (who aren't undead but living creatures that suck blood), and about a zillion others.
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General Failure
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General Failure: Vlad Drakov. The first time he launched an invasion, his armies were devoured by the undead. He's launched at least three more, with similar results. It's part of his curse as a Darklord to want to be a great conqueror and to be surrounded by those too strong to conquer.
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She's a Man in Japan
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She's a Man in Japan: Kalid-Ma, portrayed as female in early Ravenloft appearances, is a male sorcerer-king in Dark Sun and in his/her corrected later appearances.
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Protagonist Journey to Villain
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Protagonist Journey to Villain: The Dark Powers find this very entertaining, and are only too eager to facilitate it.
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Samus Is a Girl
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Samus Is a Girl: Most fans assumed that S was a man until Gazetteer III, when she mentioned trying to wear all the corsets, skirts, and petticoats that were popular in Dementlieu.
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Death Is the Only Option
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Death Is the Only Option: The setting has some adventures that require someone to die, although often you can foist this onto an NPC. In addition, it has several evil beings and magic items which offer Power at a Price, gradually entrapping a character until dying is the only way to escape.
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Attack of the Monster Appendage
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Attack of the Monster Appendage: Gwydion, an Eldritch Abomination, has only been given stats for his tentacles, not his body.
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Dogged Nice Guy
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Dogged Nice Guy: Strahd in I, Strahd acts like this toward Tatyana, even though he knows she is already his brother Sergei's fiance. Later, this descends in the worst way possible.
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Identity Amnesia
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Identity Amnesia: Do not stay in Darkon longer than a few weeks. You did? Oh, never mind, of course you can stay, because you're suddenly convinced you were born there.
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Year Inside, Hour Outside
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Year Inside, Hour Outside: Time in the Shadow Rift flows much more quickly than it does in the rest of the Land. Also, Baron Evensong's curse is to be trapped in his parlor every night, which lasts 100 years for the room's occupants.
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Status Quo Is God
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Status Quo Is God: While world-shaking events like the Grand Conjunction have rocked the demiplane, the Dark Powers tend to quickly "fix" people's memories so that there is no lasting cultural impact. Likewise, even though domains in the Core vary wildly in levels of technology and use of magic, their cultures are nonetheless preserved as distinct and separate. Thus, even though Lamordia is adjacent to Darkon, Lamordians are not great believers in the power of magic, despite the massive wizard-ruled nation on their border.
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Karma Houdini
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Karma Houdini: In theory, the plane is hard-wired to avert this. In practice, the Dark Powers' "justice" is very capricious, and probably depends more on what would entertain them at this particular moment.
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And I Must Scream
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And I Must Scream: Victor Mordenheim's wife is kept alive, but in a constant state of agony, by being hooked up to his machines. She wants to just die already, but he won't allow it. Or to be more exact, the Dark Powers won't allow it. In one module, the party can try freeing her and letting her die, but the Powers will resuscitate her and hook her back up shortly afterwards.
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Secret Police
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Secret Police: The Kargat who serve Azalin.
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I Should Write a Book About This
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I Should Write a Book About This: Most of the Van Richten Monster Hunter Guides are supposedly authored by Van Richten himself. (He is the Narrator in each of them.) However, he never claims he wrote them for profit, but to aid those who would, like him, fight the evils of Ravenloft. This also applies to those Guides written by his heirs, the Weathermay-Foxgrove twins.
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Roguish Romani
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Roguish Romani: The Vistani, the Fantasy Counterpart Culture of the Romani, have a reputation as thieves, kidnappers and willing agents of evil.
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Deliberate Values Dissonance
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Deliberate Values Dissonance: The sourcebook "Van Richten's Guide to the Created", the golem sourcebook, takes a firm attitude that the Created are inherently evil due to the circumstances of their creation, depicting them as soulless abominations against the natural order that should only be destroyed (though see also Stages of Monster Grief below). Whilst this is in keeping with a number of Frankenstein moviesnote which present the secular version of this, with the Monster as inherently evil due to Dr. Frankenstein using a criminal's brain to create him, and is based upon Victorian morality ideals that underpin Gothic Horror, it's at odds with Mary Shelley's original novel, where it's the Monster's continued rejection by humanity that makes him a villain, and with modern audiences, who nowadays regard the Monster as a Tragic Villain at worst and believe that Victor Frankenstein is the true "monster" of the story. The Created, a supplement which introduces several golems, also conflicts with this, introducing some golems that aren't evil (yet.)
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For the Evulz
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For the Evulz: Averting this trope was one of the setting's original selling points, as most of its villains were among gaming's most complex, three-dimensional NPCs of their era. Played straight in a few cases, such as Falkovnia's Vlad Drakov or Tepest's Three Hags.
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Be Careful What You Wish For
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Be Careful What You Wish For: The "wish" spell is dicey even on more benign worlds. Here it will always be perverted while fulfilling the Exact Words, no matter how carefully you phrase your request. Unless you're evil, in which case the Powers may decide you've already taken care of that part for them.
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Big Fancy Castle: Castle Ravenloft. Although some parts are pretty much falling apart from age and neglect.
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Horny Devils
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Horny Devils: The setting has relatively few demons (well, for D&D anyway) but one of the more prominent, the Gentleman Caller, is an incubus who has fathered one pseudo darklord and a couple of younger villains of the setting...
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The Big Easy
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The Big Easy: Souragne is a Southern Gothic Fantasy Counterpart Culture version of New Orleans/Louisiana.
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Nice Day, Deadly Night
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Nice Day, Deadly Night: Ravenloft is based on Gothic Horror, 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 PCs 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 Kartakass, wolves roam the streets of the cities at night and are strong enough to break down barred gates.
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My Rules Are Not Your Rules
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My Rules Are Not Your Rules: Madame Eva is statted in 3.5, but she explicitly ignores most of Ravenloft's constraints, even the ones other Vistani are subject to. She casts cleric spells without worshiping a deity (including ones that don't work in Ravenloft), never suffers powers checks, and laughs at closed domain borders. There is some implication she may be an avatar or manifestation of the Dark Powers themselves.
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Came Back Wrong
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Came Back Wrong: While resurrection magic can be performed in Ravenloft, it's very damn hard, and if you were an evil bastard in life, you might instead come back as a zombie lord. Admittedly, that sounds like a good reason to be evil, but still... The Curse of Strahd adventure includes "resurrection madness": when people who've been dead for at least 24 hours are returned to life, either by spells or supernatural means, they are driven insane by the knowledge that their souls are trapped in Barovia.
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The Bluebeard
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The Bluebeard: Bluebeard and Urik von Kharkov.
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Knight Templar
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Knight Templar: One darklord, Elena Faith-hold, is a former paladin who fell due to hitting this trope. If anything she's gotten even worse since.
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Living Structure Monster
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Living Structure Monster: The House of Lament.
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Big Boo's Haunt
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Big Boo's Haunt: Castle Ravenloft, Necropolis even more so, and given the nature of the setting, probably some other places as well. The House of Lament oh so much.
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Title of the Dead
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Title of the Dead: The novel Dance of the Dead by Christie Golden.
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Tarot Motifs: Tarot exists in Ravenloft as "Tarokka", which is used for fortunetelling by the Vistani. "Real" Tarokka decks have been released to support the game.
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Path of Inspiration
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Path of Inspiration: The Eternal Order, Darkon's official religion, is a Religion of Evil in disguise and a tool of political control of the population in the hands of Azalin. In G'henna, the Church of Zhakata was constructed by its insane, inbred darklord.
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New Powers as the Plot Demands
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New Powers as the Plot Demands: DMs are explicitly advised not to let the stats limit what the darklords can do. If, for example, it is thematically appropriate to an adventure that a given darklord can control the weather in their domain, then go for it. Conveniently, since the powers that darklords possess beyond those normal for their race and character class are granted by the Dark Powers, who delight in tormenting them, DMs can also feel free to limit these to one-off special occasions.
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Mummy
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Mummy: Mummies got their own rules supplement back in 2E called Van Richten's Guide to the Ancient Dead.
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Satan
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The Church of the Lawgiver falls under this too; their doctrine teaches that arcane magic is an abomination created by Mytteri, their religion's equivalent of Satan, and is an embodiment of pure rebellion and nihilism. Any arcane spellcaster, no matter how devoted they may be to the Lawgiver's tenets, is destined for the Hell of Slaves.
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Moral Event Horizon
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Moral Event Horizon: The In-Universe term for this is an "Act of Ultimate Darkness", and it's required to become a Darklord — an act of such great and horrible evil that it is all but guaranteed to draw the attention of the Dark Powers, a near-perfect blend of hypocrisy, depravity, cruelty, and selfishness. The clincher, though, is absolute refusal to acknowledge that what they did was wrong. Indeed, that's part of The Punishment for Darklords — that if they worked up the moral strength to admit that what they have done is inexcusable and that they reaped what they sowed, their curse would be moot. Then again, the books say that if they were the sorts of people who'd be able to do that, they would never have become Darklords in the first place.
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Yank the Dog's Chain
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Yank the Dog's Chain: The Dark Powers' favorite modus operandi. They especially love tormenting the Dark Lords by repeatedly almost letting them attain their desire.
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Ghost Pirate
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Ghost Pirate: Captain Pieter van Riese, Darklord of the Sea of Sorrows. (Well, technically he was a greedy merchant when he was alive, not a pirate, but he haunts the sea on a Ghost Ship and he was crueler than even most pirates, so he probably qualifies.)
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Bedlam House
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Bedlam House: Dr. Heinfroth's asylum on the domain/island of Dominia.
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Necromancer
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Necromancer: Strahd is a Necromancer Specialist Wizard, as are the darklords of I'Cath and the Nocturnal Sea. Azalin, while technically a generalist wizard, naturally has vast knowledge of necromancy (and was, in fact, Strahd's wizardly mentor before their falling out). There are likely tons of others lurking around, due to the nature of the setting.
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Innocence Lost
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Innocence Lost: A game mechanic. "Innocent" is an attribute which gives some limited protection from evil magic, but also makes a character more vulnerable to fear effects — it's also very easy to lose, what with the nature of the plane.
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Word of God
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Also, though it wasn't official, Keith Baker said on his Twitter that the most likely Eberron NPC to become a darklord would be Erandis Vol or Merrix from the tie-in novel Son of Khyber.
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Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?
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Grim Reapers are also a form of monster that appear to collect the life force of the dying and powerful. Defeating one causes the target in question to have a miraculous recovery.
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Clever Crows
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Clever Crows: Just about the only potentially good-aligned creatures in Ravenloft, they sometimes help The Atoner.
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Screw Destiny
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Screw Destiny: When Tatyana's latest reincarnation was born, a Vistana warned her father who she was and that she wouldn't live to be 20. He promptly packed up and got her the hell out of Barovia and she's made it to her thirties so far. Unfortunately, she keeps having to fight an urge to head back there. Also, Strahd has realized she's not in Barovia and is likely to send minions hunting for her soon.
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Roaring Rampage of Revenge
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Roaring Rampage of Revenge: A lot of these get mentioned in the background lore, and it's possible to portray a campaign as basically an extended one of these against the darkness. Van Richten himself had one of these. When the Vistani kidnapped his son because he was unable to keep their fatally wounded tribesmember from dying, he went charging off into the night in blind pursuit of them. A chance encounter with Azalin Rex, the Lich King of Darkon, saw Van Richten find himself leading an army of zombies, because the lich was amused by it. These enabled Van Richten to trap the Vistani and force their leader to tell him where his son was. When she gloated they had sold him to a vampire, who had already transformed the boy by now, Van Richten set the zombies on them and slaughtered the lot of them.
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Flat-Earth Atheist
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Flat-Earth Atheist: Literally. The demiplane is a pocket dimension consisting of a single continent and a number of "islands" floating in the Ethereal Plane. Entire domains have been known to appear, disappear or move. Yet a fair number of people, especially in the more technologically advanced domains (with special mention going to Lamordians), are strict rationalists to the point of willful denial of the supernatural nature of their world. Ironically, the Dark Powers that are effectively the "gods" of the demiplane help preserve this mindset.
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Mundane Made Awesome
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Mundane Made Awesome: The process for electing a new mayor of Skald, capital of Kartakass. The whole thing basically consists of several minutes of the candidates all explaining their platforms and issues, followed by several hours of a battle royale singing competition that's eventually decided by voice vote (read: applause). The fact that Harkon Lukas has won every "election" for the past few decades doesn't preclude, say, a PC from throwing their hat into the ring. Say what you will about it, it's still the closest thing to democracy in the Core by a long shot.
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Patchwork Map
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Patchwork Map: Justified by the very nature of the world. The Dark Powers have even been known to add, subtract, or rearrange the patches from time to time. Egregious examples include the Shadow Rift (a huge, seemingly bottomless chasm in the middle of the Core's landmass where two other Domains used to be) and Todstein (an island in the southern Nocturnal Sea with an arctic climate whereas both the coast at the same latitude and the islands to its north are temperate).
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No Campaign for the Wicked
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No Campaign for the Wicked: Even if there is no strict obligation for Player Characters to always be goodie do-gooders, morally questionable actions tend to attract the attention of the Dark Powers. After five failed "Power Checks", the character becomes an NPC; the sixth sends them headlong into darklord territory.
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Gypsy Curse
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Gypsy Curse: This is a big part of the plot of a lot of stories. (In fact, here's a good safety tip if you end up here: Do NOT make the Vistani angry at you. They won't kill you, but eventually, you'll wish they had.)
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WorldHalfEmpty
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World Half Empty: It's the Demiplane of Dread, so this is a given. Each realm is ruled by someone the Dark Powers have judged an irredeemable monster, most of whom torment their subjects in various ways to pass the time. Heroes can sometimes foil one of their schemes, but unseating a Dark Lord is normally impossible unless the Powers allow it. The Domains of Dread campaign book and 3rd Edition products from Arthaus both eased off on this trope, as these products adapted the setting for native player characters, not Mist-imports from other game settings. Rather than a blatant Crapsack World, they made it feel more like an entire Demiplane With A Dark Secret, in which the masses are largely unaware that their world is any grimmer than normal, the average person never knowingly meets a monster, and the existence of darklords is unknown to all but a handful of occult scholars.
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Classical Movie Vampire
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Classical Movie Vampire: Count Strahd von Zarovich, and likely a few dozen others too.
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Does Not Like Magic
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Does Not Like Magic Lamordians even deny that magic exists at all, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. And their land follows suit, draining power from magical items and causing spells to be more likely to fail just for starters. The Church of the Lawgiver falls under this too; their doctrine teaches that arcane magic is an abomination created by Mytteri, their religion's equivalent of Satan, and is an embodiment of pure rebellion and nihilism. Any arcane spellcaster, no matter how devoted they may be to the Lawgiver's tenets, is destined for the Hell of Slaves. Practicing arcane magic in front of Tepestanis isn't a good idea, unless you'd like to play out the Burn the Witch! trope. Or rather, Burn The Fey, but that's hardly an improvement.
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Writing Around Trademarks: White Wolf received the rights to publish the third edition version of Ravenloft, but not any other properties, so that edition strictly avoids naming the worlds the darklords come from when describing their histories. Lord Soth also became "the Black Knight" with the excuse that everyone fears to speak his name. On the whole, this isn't regarded as a bad thing, since it increases the sense that Ravenloft is completely cut off from the rest of the multiverse.
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Character Narrator
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Character Narrator: Van Richten's monster guides are presented as documents written by Rudolph Van Richten (and later his heirs, the Weathermay-Foxgrove twins). The Gazetteer series, spotlighting the demiplane's domains, is presented as a research project by the scholar 'S' for a mysterious patron. Both of them have Out of Character side bars explaining the (admittedly very few) factual errors.
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Prematurely Marked Grave
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Prematurely Marked Grave: In module I6, an NPC named Ireena Kolyana is accompanying the PCs so they can protect her. Deep in the crypts under Castle Ravenloft she (and they) will discover an empty crypt with her name on it - her intended resting place after Strahd turns her into a vampire.
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Treachery Is a Special Kind of Evil
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Treachery Is a Special Kind of Evil: Count Strahd von Zarovich's infamous Act of Ultimate Darkness was the betrayal and murder of his brother Sergei on his wedding day so that he could have Tatyana, the woman both men loved, for himself.
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Mainlining the Monster
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Mainlining the Monster: Vampires from the Kargat secret police dole out their blood to human minions, the Kargatane, as a means of increasing their strength and delaying their rate of aging.
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Achilles' Heel
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Achilles' Heel: Every Darklord (and most villains in general) has one, usually associated with the curse that made him or her a Darklord (For example, in Strahd's case, it's Tatyana; the mere sight of her - or someone who looks just like her - is enough to make him take risks he would never otherwise take). The rulebooks emphasize that in order to have any success challenging - let alone defeating - one of these villains, a hero would have to learn this weakness and exploit it. Not that it makes it easy, but in order to make the chance remotely possible, one has to learn it.
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Fantastic Science
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Fantastic Science: The Van Richten's Guides are presented as being written by Dr. Rudolph Van Richten (or later the Weathermay-Foxgrove Twins, his heirs) and are written to be scientific sounding.
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Small, Secluded World
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Small, Secluded World: The entire demiplane.
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Only Shop in Town
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Only Shop in Town: Bildrath's Mercantile is this for the village of Barovia.
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Wicked Toymaker
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Wicked Toymaker: Toymaker Guiseppe is not actually evil, but went insane after his Pinocchio Expy turned into a serial killer. He still makes toys, but they should most definitely be kept out of reach of children (and anyone else you don't want to die or be horribly cursed.)
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Whodunnit to Me?
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Whodunnit to Me?: Ratik Ubel, a revenant who seeks to identify and take vengeance on his own murderer.
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Epiphanic Prison
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Epiphanic Prison: At least in theory, this is what each domain is supposed to be to its resident Darklord. Few, if any, have learned the lesson being taught.
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Arc Welding
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Arc Welding: The six-module Grand Conjunction Story Arc was belatedly welded together into one apocalyptic plotline, using a poorly-worded Vistani prophecy as solder.
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Reality Is Out to Lunch
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Reality Is Out to Lunch: Vechor and the Nightmare Lands' Forest of Everchange.
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The Von Trope Family
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The Von Trope Family: Vampire darklords Strahd von Zarovich and Urik von Kharkov, for starters...
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Hunter of Monsters
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Hunter of Monsters: 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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Despair Event Horizon
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Despair Event Horizon: Unbeknown to most Darklords, this is one of their win conditions. To give up hope of succeeding would break The Dark Powers' lure of success, and their Yank the Dog's Chain modus operandi.
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Tiger by the Tail
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Tiger by the Tail: Wyan of Viktal started the Inquisition to combat The Fair Folk and those who conspire with them, but the group has become fanatical over time, and often not really interested in giving the accused due process. Wyan is a good man and not happy about this, but knows he would likely end up burned at the stake if he tries to speak out or leave.
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Culture Chop Suey
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Culture Chop Suey: Crops up now and then. For example, Tepest is The Theme Park Version of premodern Ireland, mixed with Witch Trials era New England, garnished with just the tiniest sliver of Spain during the Inquisition (in the form of the Inquisition itself and a forest called Brujamonte).
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Functional Magic
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Functional Magic: Wizardry operates under Rule Magic and Vancian Magic, Clerics use Theurgy (which may or may not be granted by the Dark Powers themselves) and Vancian Magic, Sorcerers have an Inherent Gift, and Psionics can be considered...Psionics.
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Fantasy Kitchen Sink
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Fantasy Kitchen Sink: Ravenloft could be considered a "Horror Kitchen Sink". It was originally meant to be a Gothic Horror setting, and for the most part mostly is, but it also incorporates elements of Cosmic Horror and other horror genres as well.
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Closed Circle
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Closed Circle: DMs can use the Mists to keep players from straying from a certain area (ie, players go into the Mists and emerge in the same place), but doing so is a cheap trick. For the Darklords, it's an endless circle of perdition. The only way for them to leave is to admit their evil and accept their punishment as just, which their very natures make it almost impossible for them to do.
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Load-Bearing Boss
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Load-Bearing Boss: Depending on how the GM wants to run things, the Darklords could end up being load bearing bosses for their whole domain.
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Expy
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Expy: Though they're not direct analogues, many of the darklords take direct inspiration from popular gothic literary figures. Strahd is Dracula, Mordenheim is Frankenstein and Adam his Monster, Tristan Hiregaard and his alter ego Malken are Jekyll and Hyde, Markov is Dr. Moreau, Rudolph Van Richten is based on Van Helsing, and so on. As well as Alanik Ray and Doctor Arthur Sedgewick. There's even an Expy of a location: the House of Lament is essentially Hill House.
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Phlebotinum-Induced Stupidity
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Phlebotinum-Induced Stupidity: As with Laser-Guided Amnesia, the Dark Powers do this to people, including the darklords, so as to preserve the "theme" of the domains. For example, even though a number of nations in the Core near to Falkovnia have firearms technology, Vlad Drakov will never adopt the use of these by his army even though it would certainly help in his attempted conquests (especially against Darkon). Although the above is actually justified In-Universe by the fact that Drakov's pride and arrogance outweighs his common sense, and always has; he hates guns because they're "cowards' weapons" and so he refuses to use them. It's the same reason why he refuses to train spellcasters to fight alongside his troops, despite the fact that Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards applies as much in Ravenloft as it does in any other D&D setting, instead enslaving them to churn out enchanted armor and weapons for his elite soldiers.
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Laser-Guided Amnesia
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Laser-Guided Amnesia: The Dark Powers do this to people a lot. For example, most residents of Darkon believe that they have always lived there, and newcomers likewise quickly develop imagined family histories.
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Crossover Cosmology
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Crossover Cosmology: The slate of deities worshiped in Ravenloft is a grab-bag of historical pagan deities (Belenus, the Akiri and Rajian pantheons), deities imported from other game-settings (the Morninglord (Lathander) and Lawgiver (Bane) from the Forgotten Realms, the Eternal Order's death-gods from Greyhawk), and deities made up for (Ezra, Hala) or even by (Zhakata, the Wolf God, the Overseer) natives of the Land of Mists.
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Slow Transformation
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Slow Transformation: Foul acts that progressively turn a character into a Darklord often also cause physical changes. The residents of the Carnival are also subject to Isolde's involuntary Reality Warper powers: the Twisting causes people who stay overlong in the Carnival to mutate, their form changing to reflect their hearts and souls.
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Crossover
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Crossover: Many of the darklords, and a handful of the deities, originated in published campaign settings, plus there were a few novels and adventures that bridged the gap with other settings. Knight of the Black Rose crossed Ravenloft and Dragonlance. Die, Vecna, Die! was an epic crossover between Greyhawk, Ravenloft, and Planescape. Castle Spulzeer was a Forgotten Realms module that ended with both the PCs and its villain being swept up by the Mists, kicking off a follow-up adventure in the Ravenloft module The Forgotten Terror. Averted in the case of Spelljammer: although one SJ module ended with the option of having its villain swept up by the Ravenloft Mists, the Ravenloft design team never followed up on this, probably because Spelljammer's style of gaming was so much goofier than Ravenloft's as to be thematically incompatible. Also, though it wasn't official, Keith Baker said on his Twitter that the most likely Eberron NPC to become a darklord would be Erandis Vol or Merrix from the tie-in novel Son of Khyber. The domain Odiare is from Gothic Earth. Meanwhile, Kalidnay comes from Athas. At the start of the video game Ravenloft: Strahd's Possession, a man manages to travel from Ravenloft to Faerun to steal an artefact which can kill Strahd. After his pursuers kill him, the Mists envelop them all and bring them to Ravenloft. At the end of the second game, Ravenloft: Stone Prophet, they manage to find a portal back to Faerun.
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Cain and Abel
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Cain and Abel: Strahd and Sergei.
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Technology Levels
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Technology Levels: Most domains fit very neatly into a single specific era, corresponding roughly with the real world ranging from the Stone Age up to about the early 19th Century. Thanks to the tireless efforts of the Dark Powers, the fact the population lives in a blatantly supernatural world does not alter the fact that people in the more advanced domains tend to be skeptical of magic. Exceptions are domains like Darkon and Hazlan, which are openly ruled by wizards.
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0% Approval Rating
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0% Approval Rating: Almost all Darklords that openly rule their domains are hated and feared by their populace. The few that are liked/respected (such as Bluebeard) generally have blanket Charm Person powers over their citizens. Amusingly subverted with Jack Karn, darklord of Farelle. His people love him, and shower him with adoration and praise. He, however, hates humans more than anything, but can't do anything against them without suffering.
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Popularity Power
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No fewer than a half dozen different darklords have visiting Barovia and being chased off by Count von Zarovich as part of their background. Lord Soth got around this by already having as much Popularity Power as the Count, who only escaped with his undead hide intact by kicking out one of Soth's ghostly servants who'd sought shelter with him. Soth cared more about getting revenge on his disloyal servant than on repaying the insults the Count had visited on him, and so chased his servant all the way to the Misty Border, where he eventually caught and killed him (again), but not before being caught by the Mists and trapped in his own domain.
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Shadow Dictator
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Shadow Dictator: The Dark Powers.
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Have You Seen My God?
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Have You Seen My God?: Religion and faith exist in Ravenloft, but (like in Real Life) people expect their gods to be distant and inscrutable as a matter of course. Godly intervention or communion with followers (almost) never happens. Clerics and paladins receive their spells/powers, but this may actually be the Dark Powers filling in.
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Redemption Equals Death
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Redemption Equals Death: In general, once a character has reached advanced corruption levels from powers checks, only a Heroic Sacrifice is enough to redeem them.
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Great Detective
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Great Detective: Expy Alanik Ray, based on Sherlock Holmes.
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Being Evil Sucks
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Being Evil Sucks: If one trope holds true on Ravenloft, it's this one. Do evil things (or use necromantic spells) and you may attract the attention of the Dark Powers. They'll give you some neat ability, but with a generous side of Blessed With Suck and Red Right Hand. Be really evil, and they'll turn you into a Darklord - the all-powerful ruler of a domain struck with a curse that keeps them trapped and miserable forever.
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Creepy Child: The supplement Darklords has Merilee Markuza, a vampire child similar to Claudia from The Vampire Chronicles. The feral children of Sebua can also evoke this trope, if seen watching from a distance.
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Creepy Crows: Zigzagged. On the one hand, Barovia is home to both Wereravensnote the only Good aligned species of werebeast in Ravenloft, and one of only a handful of Good werebeasts in D&D as a whole and to Ravenkinnote giant, spellcasting, talking ravens who are Good aligned, have some mysterious connection to the lost Barovian sun god Andral, and are dedicated enemies of vampires in general and Strahd in particular, which thoroughly subvert this trope, although the Ravenkin's ability to spy through the eyes of normal crows can be used to play this trope straight. Played thoroughly straight with the Corvus Regis ("King's Ravens"), who are intelligent, talking ravens bred as as spies by the lich-king of Darkon, Azalin.
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A local variant are called goblyns: they are humans mutated into monsters by dark magic, and all Violent Glaswegians to a Goblyn.
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Railroading: A lot of early Ravenloft adventures forced the party to go from Point A to Point B. Some even recommend the party die in order to get where they need to go. Also, the nature of the setting makes this very, very easy for a GM. Characters going in the wrong direction? Have undead hordes keep attacking them out of nowhere — it happens all the time here. They want to visit another domain? Just close it off, problem solved. Want the party in a specific place? Have the Mists envelop them, and when they emerge, they're somewhere else, even the opposite side of the world in the opposite direction they were traveling in! It's given the setting something of a bad reputation.
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Dying Curse: Curses laid in dramatic circumstances such as by a dying character are more likely to work, the 3rd edition rules actually provide a specific additional bonus for curses laid by a dying character.
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Love Makes You Evil: Strahd loved Tatyana so much that he murdered his own brother, who she was set to marry, in the definitive Act of Ultimate Darkness.
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Detect Evil: Averted, as such spells don't work in the Land of Mists. Subverted in the case of ex-paladin darklord Elena Faith-hold, who thinks she can still Detect Evil, but actually senses any strong emotion (fear, outrage, or even love) directed at her.
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Canon Immigrant: In its early days, Ravenloft was designed as a catch-all holding cell for villains across the multiverse. This even included the player characters, when early adventures were designed to have the Mists take them to Ravenloft, let them complete the plot, and then whisk them back home. It wasn't until the Domains of Dread revision that more emphasis was made on making Ravenloft an actual "home base" campaign setting, with rules and ideas for creating native player characters, with the 3e update of Ravenloft essentially rewriting the setting from the ground up to make native PCs the default.
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Kill the Lights: In Adam's Wrath, while the PCs are infiltrating the underground caves, Adam will touch the luminescent fungus that provides the only light in the area. When he does this, the light will immediately turn off throughout the area, leaving the PCs in darkness. Adam knows the area much better than the PCs and will take less of a penalty while fighting in darkness than the PCs will.
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 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fisher Kingdom / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Flat-Earth Atheist / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fog of Doom / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Forever War / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Four Is Death / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Freudian Excuse Is No Excuse / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Friendly Neighborhood Vampire / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
From a Single Cell / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fungus Humongous / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Garden of Evil / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gaslighting / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gender-Restricted Ability / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
General Failure / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Genius Loci / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Genocide from the Inside / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ghostly Goals / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Go Among Mad People / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
God Guise / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
God Is Inept / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
God's Hands Are Tied / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Golem / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gone Horribly Wrong / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Good Powers, Bad People / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gorgeous Gorgon / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gothic Horror / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Grave Robbing / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Great Big Book of Everything / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Great Detective / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Green-Eyed Monster / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Grim Up North / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Guinea Pig Family / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gypsy Curse / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Half the Man He Used to Be / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hand of Glory / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Happiness Is Mandatory / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Happy Fun Ball / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Have We Met Yet? / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Headless Horseman / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Healing Hands / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Heel Realization / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hellish Horse / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hellish Pupils / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Helping Hands / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hereditary Curse / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hobbits / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hollywood Voodoo / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Home Field Advantage / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hope Springs Eternal / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Horn Attack / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Horny Devils / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hostile Weather / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hot Gypsy Woman / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hulking Out / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Human Mom, Non-Human Dad / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Humanity Ensues / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Humanlike Hand Anatomy / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hunter of His Own Kind / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
I Cannot Self-Terminate / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
I, Noun / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
I Don't Like the Sound of That Place / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
I Hate You, Vampire Dad / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
I Reject Your Reality / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Identical Twin ID Tag / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Identity Amnesia / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ignored Epiphany / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Immortal Immaturity / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Immortal Ruler / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Immortals Fear Death / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Impaled with Extreme Prejudice / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
In the Blood / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Inadequate Inheritor / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Incorruptible Pure Pureness / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Informed Ability / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Inn of No Return / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Insert Payment to Use / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Intangibility / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Inverse Law of Utility and Lethality / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Invisible to Adults / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ironic Hell / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
It Was a Dark and Stormy Night / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Jackass Genie / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Jekyll & Hyde / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Journey to the Center of the Mind / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Karma Meter / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Karmic Death / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Karmic Transformation / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Kill the Lights / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
King Incognito / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
King of Beasts / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Kiss of Death / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Kiss of the Vampire / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Knife-Throwing Act / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Knight in Sour Armor / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Kryptonite Factor / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Lamarck Was Right / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Layered World / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Legacy Immortality / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Licking the Blade / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Life-or-Limb Decision / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Lighthouse Point / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Literally Shattered Lives / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Living Bodysuit / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Living on Borrowed Time / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Living Structure Monster / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Living Toys / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Lonely at the Top / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Looks Like Orlok / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Lord British Postulate / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Losing Your Head / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Lottery of Doom / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Love Makes You Evil / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mad Doctor / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Made of Phlebotinum / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Madwoman in the Attic / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magic Compass / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magic Is a Monster Magnet / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magic Is Evil / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magic-Powered Pseudoscience / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magical Library / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magical Native American / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magical Romani / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magical Underpinnings of Reality / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mainlining the Monster / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Make Them Rot / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Malevolent Architecture / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Man in the Iron Mask / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Man of Wealth and Taste / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mary Suetopia / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Maybe Ever After / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Meatgrinder Surgery / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Medieval European Fantasy / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Medieval Stasis / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mercy Kill / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Micro Monarchy / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Middle Child Syndrome / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mistaken for Cheating / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Monster from Beyond the Veil / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Monster Mash / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Monster Misogyny / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Monster Progenitor / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Monster Protection Racket / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Morally Ambiguous Doctorate / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
More Criminals Than Targets / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Muck Monster / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Multiple-Choice Past / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mummy / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mundanger / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
My Grandson Myself / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mysterious Mist / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Naïve Newcomer / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Nasty Party / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Never Found the Body / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Never Sleep Again / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Never Smile at a Crocodile / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Nice Job Breaking It, Rivals! / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Night of the Living Mooks / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
No Campaign for the Wicked / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
No Ontological Inertia / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
No Pronunciation Guide / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
No Social Skills / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
No Zombie Cannibals / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Non-Action Big Bad / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Non-Human Undead / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Not So Extinct / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Not Using the / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Occult Detective / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ocean Punk / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ominous Pipe Organ / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Omniscient Morality License / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
One Curse Limit / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Only Fatal to Adults / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Only Shop in Town / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Orcus on His Throne / int_948f54dc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Gargoyles Rock / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Gnomes Are Weirder / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Goblins Are Different / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Homunculi Are Different / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Liches Are Different / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Werewolves Are Different / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Partial Transformation / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Patchwork Map / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Pater Familicide / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Path of Inspiration / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
People Farms / int_948f54dc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
People of Hair Color / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Perverse Puppet / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Phlebotinum Dependence / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Picky People Eater / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Pinocchio Syndrome / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Planet England / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Pocket Dimension / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Poison-and-Cure Gambit / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Poisonous Friend / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Poisonous Person / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Poke in the Third Eye / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Polar Opposite Twins / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Politically Incorrect Hero / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Politically Incorrect Villain / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Powered by a Forsaken Child / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Powerful and Helpless / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Powers That Be / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Precursors / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Prematurely Marked Grave / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Promoted Fanboy / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Promoted to Playable / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Psychic Static / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Puff of Logic / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Pulling Themselves Together / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Pumpkin Person / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Puppeteer Parasite / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Put on a Bus / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Put Them All Out of My Misery / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Pyrrhic Victory / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Rage Against the Heavens / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Rain of Blood / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Raised by Wolves / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Raising the Steaks / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Razor Floss / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Reality-Breaking Paradox / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Reality Is Out to Lunch / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Reality-Writing Book / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Red Right Hand / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Reduced to Ratburgers / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Regularly Scheduled Evil / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Religion of Evil / int_948f54dc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Replicant Snatching / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Revenant Zombie / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ribcage Ridge / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Rich Idiot With No Day Job / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Riddle for the Ages / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Roguish Romani / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Role-Playing Game Verse / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Room 101 / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Royal Blood / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Royal Harem / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Royally Screwed Up / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Running the Asylum / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Saharan Shipwreck / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Salt Solution / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Samus Is a Girl / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Scaled Up / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Scary Scarecrows / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Science Hero / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Scotireland / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sealed Evil in a Teddy Bear / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sealed Room in the Middle of Nowhere / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Self-Inflicted Hell / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Self-Surgery / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Serial Spouse / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Set Right What Once Went Wrong / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Shadow Archetype / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Shadow Dictator / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Shapeshifter Swan Song / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Shark Man / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Shattered World / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Shoot the Messenger / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sibling Triangle / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Silly Reason for War / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Single Specimen Species / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sleeps with Both Eyes Open / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Slowly Slipping Into Evil / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Snowlems / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Soap Opera Rapid Aging Syndrome / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Someone Has to Die / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Somewhere, a Mammalogist Is Crying / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Son of an Ape / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Soul Jar / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Speak of the Devil / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Spider People / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Spiders Are Scary / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Split Personality / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Spring Is Late / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Standard Status Effects / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Stock Ness Monster / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Strapped to an Operating Table / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Street Urchin / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Stronger with Age / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Summon to Hand / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Super Smoke / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Super Spit / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Supering in Your Sleep / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Surprise Slide Staircase / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Synchronization / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Synthetic Plague / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tailor-Made Prison / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Taken for Granite / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tangled Family Tree / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tarot Motifs / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tarot Troubles / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tautological Templar / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tears of Blood / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Technology Levels / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Teenage Wasteland / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
That Thing Is Not My Child! / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
That Was the Last Entry / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Alliance / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Anti-Christ / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Bluebeard / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Caligula / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Clan / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Corruption / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Empath / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Fair Folk / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Freakshow / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Grim Reaper / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Igor / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Immune / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Lost Woods / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Mirror Shows Your True Self / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Punishment / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Scottish Trope / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Scourge of God / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Spartan Way / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Starscream / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Vamp / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Von Trope Family / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Wall Around the World / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Wild Hunt / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Wonderland / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Worf Effect / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Worm That Walks / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Wrongful Heir to the Throne / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
They Call Me Mister Tibbs / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
This Was His True Form / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Throw-Away Country / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tiger by the Tail / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Title of the Dead / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Torches and Pitchforks / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Totally Not a Werewolf / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tragic Monster / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Transformation of the Possessed / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Trap Master / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Treachery Is a Special Kind of Evil / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Treants / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tsuchigumo and Jorogumo / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Turn Undead / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Turned Against Their Masters / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Twin Desynch / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Two Aliases, One Character / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Two Beings, One Body / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Two-Faced / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Überwald / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Undead Child / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Undead Tax Exemption / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Unfinished Business / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Unicorns Are Sacred / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Unpredictable Results / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Unwanted Assistance / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Unwilling Roboticisation / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Unwitting Pawn / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Uplifted Animal / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Vagueness Is Coming / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Vain Sorceress / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Vampire Hunter / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Vampire Refugee / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Vampire's Harem / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Vampires Own Night Clubs / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Vampiric Draining / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Van Helsing Hate Crimes / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Vegetarian Vampire / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Vetinari Job Security / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Victorian London / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Villainous Glutton / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Villains Out Shopping / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Walking Wasteland / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Water Source Tampering / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
We Are as Mayflies / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weakened by the Light / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weaksauce Weakness / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weather-Control Machine / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weirdness Censor / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
When the Clock Strikes Twelve / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
When Trees Attack / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Where It All Began / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
White Hair, Black Heart / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
White Mask of Doom / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
White Sheep / int_a9cb14fc
 WhiteWolf
seeAlso
Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Whodunnit to Me? / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Winged Humanoid / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Winter Royal Lady / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Witch Hunt / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Witch Species / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Wooden Stake / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Working for a Body Upgrade / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
World in the Sky / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
World Sundering / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Writer Revolt / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
X-Ray Sparks / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Yank the Dog's Chain / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Year Inside, Hour Outside / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
You Are Already Dead / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
You Are What You Hate / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
You Kill It, You Bought It / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Your Magic's No Good Here / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Your Vampires Suck / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Zombify the Living / int_a9cb14fc
 Elemental Doom (Roleplay)
seeAlso
Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
 Ravenloft
sameAs
Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
 Ravenloft
seeAlso
Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
 Forgotten Realms (Tabletop Game)
seeAlso
Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fictional Document / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Flying Dutchman / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Offscreen Teleportation / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Staking the Loved One / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Dark Side / int_a9cb14fc
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Vampire Vannabe / int_a9cb14fc
 ravenloft
sameAs
Ravenloft (Tabletop Game)