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How Dungeons & Dragons' Next Sourcebook Expands Its View of Horror

Ravenloft is one of Dungeons & Dragons’ most iconic settings—its go-to source for all things spooky and horrifying. But, as iconic as figures like Strahd Von Zarovich and the gothic lands of Barovia are, they’re only one flavor of horror the plane has to offer. A new D&D campaign sourcebook wants to open up new…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Dungeons Dragons, Vampire, Ravenloft, Horror fiction, Gothic fiction, Curse Of Strahd, Creative Works, English Language Films, Rise Blood Hunter, Strahd Von Zarovich, Rudolph Van Richten, Dungeons Dragons Campaign Settings, Wes Schneider


Dungeons & Dragons & Novels: Revisiting Vampire of the Mists

Welcome to Ravenloft, boils and ghouls! Where it’s always a dark and stormy night, where monsters are always under your bed, and your blood always curdles in horror—right before a vampire sucks it out. So what the hell is a gold elf from the Forgotten Realms doing here? Short answer: Not having a particularly fun time.Read more...
Tags: Books, Science, Horror, Fantasy, Vampires, RPG, Dungeons And Dragons, Christie Golden, Ravenloft, Tracy Hickman, Dungeons And Dragons And Novels, Curse Of Strahd, Laura Hickman


‘Stranger Things’ Thessalhydra Theory: How Season 1 Might Have Predicted Everything in Season 2

We’re only a few days away from the release of Stranger Things 2, and an old fan theory has been given new life thanks to last week’s second and final trailer for the new season of the supernatural series. In the show’s first season, the kids’ Dungeons & Dragons game foreshadowed their interactions with creatures like the Demogorgon, and if you recall, season one ends with them reuniting on Christmas Eve and playing D&D one more time in the closing minutes of the eighth episode. Did the events ...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Reddit, Will, Department Of Energy, Hopper, Max, Mike, Eleven, Dustin, Steve Harrington, Stranger Things, Netflix/Streaming Video, Pajiba, Mike Wheeler, Jim Hopper