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Legacy of the Blood: Great Families of the Core (Ravenloft) [Paperback]

Steve Miller , Anthony Pryor , Penny Williams , Skip Williams


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5.0 out of 5 stars You can't help liking this book! It's in your Blood! 30 Jan 2005
By J. Moulton - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Legacy of Blood is one of the greatest books to purchase to make your Ravenloft Campaigns stand out. In Ravenloft you can't always go against the Darklords simply because that sometimes wreak havok on the carefully constructed world. On the other hand players want to be a part of the world and interact with it. Legacy of Blood helps bridge the gap, in it you will find classical Ravenloft Characters as NPC such as Eva Mordenheim, Sir Viktor Helsinger, Talen Von Zarovich, and many more. You are also given the unique ability to stat and make your own decendants of such families as the Von Zarovich's, the Mordenheim's, and the Godefray's to name a few. When creating these characters you will find that each family starts off with some wonderful merits and some family flaws. Each of which has a set of family feats which enhances your core families reputation rather well. The book also gives you some prestigue classes that help further cover the topic of gothic science, war, diplomacy, revolution, and sorcery.

I would recommend using this Book to players of Ravenloft and DM's both can use this book to create Characters with ties to the Dread Realms. I'm thrilled that they produced it and it can only add to the potentional of any Ravenloft game.
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4.0 out of 5 stars It runs in the family 9 Dec 2010
By Scott Rawlings - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I had low expectations for this one but it's a decent and serviceable little sourcebook. From the beginning a main staple of the Ravenloft setting were the lineages of the main characters. It's a motif in gothic horror that some families harbor evil in their genes that revisits generation after generation, fell curses and all that wonderful stuff. This book allows you to put that theme into game mechanics, allowing you to make PCs and NPCs in the cannon family bloodlines or create them of your own design. It's a bit rules heavy but the redeeming factor is the continuation of the Laurie and Gennifer Weathermay-Foxgrove metaplot. You never know just what mischief those sly vixens are going to get into next, and the short stories provide fine filler material.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Legacy of the Blood: A Legacy of Research for DM's. 16 Sep 2005
By Matt M. Clark - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
This product goes in line with the Gazetteers, giving the DM a thorough and large amount of information about the NPC's in Ravenloft. It is a must have when running a game for Ravenloft and for as much info was given in the Gazetteers for the domains, Legacy gives to the people within those domains. From the Von Zarovich's to the Boritsi's, it is a great book on the people of the land.
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