TSR Ravenloft - Blood in Moondale

at #EttinCon2021 - The Internet

A rash of werewolf incursions on local villages has forced militia leaders to form brute squads to hunt down the vile creatures
Role-Playing Game
with Rodger Dean
Seats 2/6
Duration 3
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This game session takes place within #EttinCon2021 (17th - 18th July 2021).

Online sessions are free, and co-ordinated through our Discord server.

3:00pm until 6:00pm Saturday
Online Play, Virtual Table F

Online Session

This game will be run via Skype and Roll20 - the GM will post details to the players before the session.

Concept

In Blood in Moondale, Captain Alec Rapacion, leader of the county militia, has enlisted the player characters and two other warriors (Eldon and Ravewood) for brief terms of service. A rash of werewolf incursions on local villages has forced militia leaders to form brute squads to hunt down the vile creatures. The PCs have participated with the militia for several days.

The characters are on maneuvers with Eldon, Ravewood, and Captain Alec when they are caught by nightfall and a sudden snowstorm while investigating a woodland. Luckily, they discover a small village named Moondale where they can spend the night. Here the adventure begins.

The game will be played using Old-School Essentials and pregenerated chacters will be provided.

Aim

Deal with with a Werewolf incussion in the town of Moondale

Tone

Game is setting in Gothic Horror in the Nocturnal Sea Domain of Liffe, dark snow covered drifts and lyncanthrope are featured in this game.

Subject Matter

The game being in a Gothic Horror setting, explorers mechanics that have consequences with Horror and Terror checks. Horror is the revulsion, dread, and anguish that results when a character confronts something that shouldn’t be. Terror, on the other hand, is the extreme fear that arises when creatures or events immediately threaten one’s life. Changing the tone of the adventure can be done and x cards available if people feel uncomfortable with aspect of a scenario. 

What to Bring

Bring a playful and considerate attitude. Pencils and dice are welcome but not required