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Re: Upcoming in Ravenloft - Previews!
« Reply #25 on: July 01, 2015, 01:30:16 AM »
Since people have been asking, this is the list of new spell names as it currently stands.

I'm not going to describe everything or who gets what, these are just names.

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Abyssal_Might
Acid_Storm
Amanuensis
Anger_of_the_Noonday_Sun
Augment_Undead
Baleful_Polymorph
Bane_Bow
Benediction
Big_Sky
Blade_Weave
Blast_of_Sand
Boreal_Wind
Call_Lightning_Storm
Cast_in_Stone
Circle_of_Doom_II
Circle_of_Doom_III
Circle_of_Doom_IV
Claws_of_the_Savage
Coma
Cone_of_Dimness
Corrupt_Weapon
Creeping_Cold
Crushing_Despair
Curse_of_Impending_Blades
Daze_Animal
Deadly_Lahar
Deep_Slumber
Delusions_of_Grandeur
Demonflesh
Detect_Poison
Detonate
Diminish_Undead
Disintegrate
Disrupt_Undead
Energy_Vortex
Erupt
Faerie_Fire
Feign_Undeath
Fine-tuning
Fire_Seeds
Freeze
Frost_Breath
Frost_Weapon
Glibness
Good_Hope
Greater_Creeping_Cold
Greater_Heroism
Greater_Mage_Armor
Gutwrench
Halt_Undead
Hawks_Flight
Healing_Circle_II
Healing_Circle_III
Healing_Circle_IV
Heart_Ripper
Heroism
Ice_Flowers
Improved_Invisibility_Sphere
Insight
Iron_Bones
Languor
Light_Step
Lionheart
Lions_Roar
Longstrider
Lucent_Lance
Mass_Aid
Mass_Barkskin
Mass_Bears_Endurance
Mass_Bulls_Strength
Mass_Cats_Grace
Mass_Contagion
Mass_Curse_of_Impending_Blades
Mass_Death_Ward
Mass_Drown
Mass_Eagles_Splendor
Mass_Foxs_Cunning
Mass_Hold_Monster
Mass_Hold_Person
Mass_Longstrider
Mass_Mage_Armor
Mass_Negative_Energy_Protection
Mass_Owls_Wisdom
Mass_Protection_from_Elements
Mass_Resist_Elements
Mass_Restoration
Mass_See_Invisibility
Mass_Shield_of_Faith
Mass_Spell_Resistance
Memory_Rot
Natures_Avatar
Open/Close
Polar_Ray
Power_Word_Blind
Power_Word_Daze
Predators_Cry
Prismatic_Ray
Radiant_Assault
Rainbow_Beam
Rams_Might
Ray_of_Clumsiness
Ray_of_Hope
Rheumatism
Righteous_Fury
Sacred_Haven
Seed_of_Life
Seed_of_Life_Cure
Seed_of_Life_Regenerate
Shackle
Shadow_Binding
Shillelagh
Shocking_Grasp
Shockwave
Slashing_Darkness
Solipsism
Sonic_Weapon
Sound_Lance
Spider_Poison
Sticks_to_Snakes
Stop_Heart
Thalassemia
Thunderstroke
Torrent_of_Tears
Touch_of_Idiocy
Unyielding_Roots
Vision_of_the_Omniscient_Eye
Wall_of_Dispel_Magic
Wall_of_Greater_Dispelling
Water_Breathing
Weapon_of_Impact
Withering_Palm
Word_of_Balance


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Re: Upcoming in Ravenloft - Previews!
« Reply #26 on: October 27, 2015, 02:39:46 PM »
Soon in a critter's lair near you...

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Amulet of the Ravenous Wolf
Amulet of the Red Apprentice
Bachelor's Leather
Belt of the Vengeful Akiri Trap-Master
Blade of the Northern Winds
Boots of Striding
Bottled Spores of Debilitation
Cavalry Saber
Chains of Resilience
Darkest Night
Gnomish Commando Gauntlets
Goblyn Spear
Greataxe of Demise
Harkon's String
Lamellar Cuirass
Powerful Sedative
Rajian Bagh-Nakh
Redwood Longbow
Ring of the Obstinate Diviner
Robes of the Guardian
Shackles of the Inquisitor
Staff of Scientific Wizardry
Stylish Breastplate
The Dark Emissary
The Dramaturge's Quill
The Mutin's Cutlass
The Scrolls of the Gods
Thunderous Trident
Twirling Mace of the Caliban Tireuse
Vorostokite's Helm of Winter
Whip of the Iron Inquisitor
Witches Cauldron

Collect them All!
Best Regards!
MAB

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Re: Upcoming in Ravenloft - Previews!
« Reply #27 on: March 03, 2016, 02:36:45 AM »
Seven years ago, Count Strahd von Zarovich struck down the Von Zeklos family, eradicating their bloodline from Barovia entirely. With the fall of the Von Zeklos family, the keep came under the control of Ivan Wachter, who, in his political overreach, ceded day-to-day control of the keep to a sect of Darkonian Ezrites to deal with the evil within the keep and cleanse it in his name. The Ezrites renamed the keep "Raduta" ("redoubtable" in Balok). Despite their best efforts (and, according to some, because of their efforts), the keep remained sealed.

For although the Von Zeklos were a wicked family, the keep had been under a curse long before their degenerate bloodline claimed it as their own, and it would take more than the slaughter of that family to cleanse the keep of its evil. For seven years, the damaged keep lay empty. Dormant. Waiting.

But now, the spirit of the keep has reawakened. The doors have unsealed, and no amount of heretical acts by Darkonese zealots can reseal the evil within.

Raduta Keep beckons you...


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Re: Upcoming in Ravenloft - Previews!
« Reply #28 on: May 01, 2016, 06:19:45 PM »
On the banks of the Gundar River, where that ancient, slow waterway winds through the subjugated lands of Gundarak-that-Was, there lies the city of Zeidenburg.

Quote from: Adapted from 2nd Edition adventure 'The Evil Eye'
4 Oct: Moored in Zeidenburg. Offloaded the wine. Took on four crates of muslin and two passengers, M. and R. from the
factory.
9 Oct: Reached Teufeldorf before nightfall. Off loaded the muslin; M. and R. paid handsomely for the speedy passage. Took
on all the brandy she would carry.
16 Oct: Zeidenburg again. Took on three passengers, D. and her sons. They are desperate to reach Karina for the festival!
20 Oct: Reached Karina. Unfortunate we had no passengers on this trip.


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Re: Upcoming in Ravenloft - Previews!
« Reply #29 on: November 05, 2017, 07:24:21 PM »
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Re: Upcoming in Ravenloft - Previews!
« Reply #30 on: December 11, 2017, 09:48:31 PM »
Upcoming Prestige Classes....

Monster Hunter
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Known to the folk of Ravenloft as monster hunters, these men and women are scholarly adventurers who research dangerous creatures seeking their weaknesses in order to eliminate them more easily. Monster hunters generally prefer to defeat their foes using knowledge, guile and superior tactics rather than brute force. Monster hunters learn to cast a few spells to assist in their hunt. A few have been mistaken as witches due to this ability. Monster hunters are generally of good alignment, but some become too zealous or fall into the trap of taking on their foes' tactics or worldview, usually without realizing they have done so. Evil monster hunters usually still believe themselves to be good, but may overlook a few mistakes or a too-forceful questioning of innocents in their pursuit of their foes.


Grimetrekker
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Though a sewer system enhances the quality of life for city residents, it also provides ample shelter for the most loathsome creatures of the night. Those hunters who are willing to venture below to root out these evils earn praise for their courage. Hunters who spend too much time in the lightless tunnels, however, tend to acquire an unsavory reputation. Pale skin, ragged garments, and a revolting odor easily distinguish these haunted souls, colloquially termed grimetrekkers. Ultimately, grimetrekkers are more comfortable below than above, and few folk notice when they vanish for weeks at a time into the wilderness beneath the city.

Nearly all grimetrekkers begin their careers as rangers with an atypical knack for urban or subterranean tracking. Fighters and rogues have also been known to turn to the path of the grimetrekker when provoked by vengeance against sewer denizens. Though they are rare, caliban barbarian/grimetrekkers are not unprecedented. City folk often tell tales of malformed people living beneath their streets, surviving on the refuse of civilization. Many grimetrekkers cut their teeth in the sewers of Richemulot, though others hail from Dementlieu, Darkon, or the fabled twilight city of Nosos.


People’s Champion
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In every land, there are nobles who misuse their positions of privilege. The people’s champion rises to the defense of commoners who suffer under the excesses of abusive nobles and their hirelings. The champion has no desire to overthrow the existing social order, but is instead motivated by a desire to see that justice is done within its confines.

Characters belonging to this class are invariably former clergy or church warriors who turned their backs on the organized churches of Ezra or the Lawgiver. This was due to what they perceived as corruption, abuse of authority for personal gain of the clergy and exploitation of the masses of faithful in favor of the rich and powerful.

Some members of this class remain within the church hierarchy, where they work to root out corrupt church leaders and their toadies, but others take to the streets to defend commoners against nobles who lack nobility. Interestingly, although these champions have invariably turned away from the structure of their faith to a greater or lesser degree, they remain strongly devoted to the belief in their deity. In turn, the god or goddess clearly favors the character’s efforts, as they continue to answer his prayers for spells and to grant him other supernatural abilities.


Crypt Raider
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Many cultures have no title that carries greater shame, or summons up deeper revilement than the grave robber. The crypt raider, however, brushes aside such concerns with the nonchalance gained from years of experience. Whether for the sake of knowledge, righteousness, or old-fashioned avarice, the crypt raider has dedicated his life to breaching the resting places of the dead. Many crypt raiders are indeed motivated by greed; the riches of the past can be a tempting hoard no matter what lethal traps and horrors may guard them. But many crypt raiders hunger just as deeply to destroy the living dead that inevitably guard such caches, and their plunder is merely a fringe benefit. Still other crypt raiders are genuine idealists and academics, devoting themselves to bringing the past into the light of day, so that others might benefit from the lessons and the mistakes of those that have gone before.