The Dracula Dossier Director’s Handbook, hardback supplement for Night’s Black Agents

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The Dracula Dossier Director’s Handbook, hardback supplement for Night’s Black Agents, by Kenneth Hite and Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan

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The Dracula Dossier Director’s Handbook, hardback supplement for Night’s Black Agents, by Kenneth Hite and Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan

“The Dracula Dossier is an epic improvised campaign for the Night’s Black Agents Roleplaying Game. Do your Agents have what it takes to face the Lord of the Undead himself?

The wild beasts of the desert shall also meet with the wild beasts of the island, and the demon shall cry to his fellow; Lilith also shall rest there, and find for herself a place of rest. — Isaiah 34:14, a prophecy concerning Edom.

In 1893, a visionary spymaster in the British Naval Intelligence Department launched a plan to recruit the perfect asset: a vampire.

Operation Edom began promisingly. The NID made contact with Count Dracula, deep in Transylvania. A meet was set and made. A safe house and a headquarters in England were prepared. Then it all
went wrong.

Dracula betrayed his minder and double-crossed NID. Outsiders – possibly with their own ties to foreign espionage — became involved. British intelligence ordered a sanction: They barred Dracula from England, and hunted him down on his home earth, where – during the great eruption and earthquake of 31 August 1894 – they terminated him, with extreme prejudice and two knives.

Or so they thought.

Dracula lives. Now it’s up to you to finish the job.

 

The Director’s Handbook

A 368-page, full colour hardback book, packed with everything you need to run an improvisational Dracula Dossier campaign, including conspiracy nodes, fully mapped and floorplanned locations, and vampiric beasts; more than 60 supporting characters in vampiric, heroic, or in-between versions; and different versions of the real Mina Harker, Abraham van Helsing, and the other stars of Stoker’s novel.”

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