Ravenloft first appeared as a stand-alone D&D adventure in 1983, and its popularity has never waned. It’s been the subject of two full-fledged campaign settings in D&D Second Edition, a reboot for D&D 3.5, a stand-alone board game, and numerous TSR novels and short stories. The central antagonist, Count Strand von Zarovich, is considered among the greatest D&D villains of all time – which puts him right up there with Lolth and Acererak.

I’ve always loved Gothic horror, and have wanted to play Ravenloft as long as I can remember. That’s why I was thrilled when Wizards of the Coast revised the setting in 2016 with Curse of Strahd

I appreciate you coming along with me on this trip. I’ll do my best to make it a fun one.

Inn Harm's Way

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