It seems that nasty vampire Baron Blackheart is up to his old tricks, feeding on the locals, stealing young girls to make into his brides and generally terrorizing the countryside.
You know, having fun.
But the regional powers are trying to enter the 20th century and they just can't this sort of thing going on. Enter the do gooders. They're trying to destroy Baron Blackheart's tombs, leaving him with nowhere to go come sun up.
The Baron, his brideLucretia, his loyal cossack guards and some locals...
Simon Strange, Occult Investigator
Dutch Oven and his crew of the dirigible Indestructible II
Tut-tut, danger magnet.
The Cult of Cyclopss. The Baron's unwitting Stooges
Victor Von Zombie and his latest creation.
"Our Heroes" bravely hiding.
Manzo Hanzo and Lucretia have a staring contest. The famed magician got the worst of it. A meal for the Baron's bride.
"Oh hi, lady. Why are you looking at me so hungrily?"
"She tried to BITE me!"
Speaking of bites, once again, Dutch's faithful bulldog Winston was a holy terror. He took out 3 badges before running into the professor. They would fight an epic duel for 3 turns....
Brass knuckles make waking someone from the Baron's stupor easy work.
Minutes before dawn, the Powers of Good were forced from the village. The Baron safe to slumber through the hated day, guarded by serving lackeys. Unfortunately, his beloved Lucretia was staked and destroyed. Time to look again for a new bride tomorrow night...
Another great game. The good guys put up a good fight. Taking down the undead is tough work. They realized too late that a good tactic is to wear down the vampires with lead (shooting can only result in shock) and then move in for the kill with a stake.
Fistful of Lead: Tales of Horror and the Fistful of Lead Core books will be available both in printed and pdf forms the weekend of April 6th from the Wiley Games website. Those lucky enough to be at Salute can pick theirs up in person!