|Authors:||Harold Johnson (“To Inherit Eternity”), Brett King (“The Brood of Blutkalte”), Ari Marmell (“To Honor and Obey”), Steve Miller (“The Curse of Ashington Manor”) and Ryan Naylor (“Noises in the Night”)|
|Developers:||Jackie Cassada and Nicky Rea|
|Sword & Sorcery Managing Editor:||Stewart Wieck|
|Art Direction:||Richard Thomas|
|Layout and Typesetting:||Ron Thompson|
|Interior Artists:||Talon Dunning, Marcio Fiorito, Brian LeBlanc and Claudio Pozas|
|Front and Back Cover Design:||Ron Thompson|
|Based on the Original Dungeons &Dragons ® rules created by E. Gary Gygaxand Dave Arneson and the new Dungeons & Dragons game designed by Jonathan Tweet, Monte Cook, Skip Williams, Richard Baker and Peter Adkison.|
| Andria Hayday (1st ed. design)
Bruce Nesmith (1st ed. design)
Tracy & Laura Hickman (original concept)
|Imprint:||Arthaus / Sword & Sorcery Studios|
|Published:||May 2, 2005|
|Publication #:||WW 8335|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-58846-787-2|
Dark tales and Disturbing Legends is a sourcebook for the Ravenloft d20 setting.
- Some tales take on a life of their own, passing from generation to generation as warnings of the dangers of life in the Dread Realms. Are these stories myths, or do they have a kernel of truth? Do you have the courage to find out for yourself?
- Dark Tales and Disturbing Legends presents five classic tales of horror with a Ravenloft twist. Track down a rampaging killer, look behind the scenes of a tragic wedding night or flush out a creature from the darkest imaginings. DMs and players can find new magic items, feats and spells as well as new opportunities to explore the darkest corners of Ravenloft.
Chapter One: To Inherit EternityEdit
Chapter Two: The Curse of Ashington Manor Edit
Chapter Three: The Brood of Blutkalte Edit
Chapter Four: Noises in the Night Edit
Chapter Five: To Honor and Obey Edit
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