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Mists over the Musarde OOC Question 2 

Gothic/spook factor:
Too much like a normal D&D high fantasy game? 20%  20%  [ 1 ]
Does it feel 'Ravenloftian' enough to satisfy? 80%  80%  [ 4 ]
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Mists over the Musarde OOC Question 2 
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Poll Time.


Gothic/spook factor:

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I Just answered all o f them in the 1st poll LOL!


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thought I'd give Ewan's options the Poll question treatment

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Definitely not too much like standard high fantasy. We've got no substantial wealth, we only have the magic items we started out with, one of our party members may be incapacitated for the long term, and another may or may not be The Littlest Serial Killer. In short, it's awesome. Very much fits the feel of a Ravenloft campaign.

Also, it actually feels like it's more influenced by police procedurals and cop dramas than high fantasy, which I really like.

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Brock Marsh Runoff wrote:
Definitely not too much like standard high fantasy. We've got no substantial wealth, we only have the magic items we started out with, one of our party members may be incapacitated for the long term, and another may or may not be The Littlest Serial Killer. In short, it's awesome. Very much fits the feel of a Ravenloft campaign.

Also, it actually feels like it's more influenced by police procedurals and cop dramas than high fantasy, which I really like.



It is influenced by police procedurals, as well as pulp detective stuff and film noir movies. To me, those genres mesh well with Gothic.

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That is why I made my character the way he was !!

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