Fandom

Titannica

Hovel of the Vampire

7,790pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

Fan Written Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks
Outline
Location: Titan
References: 37
Publication Details
Author(s): Greg Neill
Illustrator(s): N/A
Hovelcover
Cover illustrator: Greg Neill
First published: August 13 2014
Previous Adventure: N/A
Next Adventure: N/A


Hovel of the Vampire is an amateur Fighting Fantasy adventure by Greg Neill. It was first published online in 2014 at the Fighting Fantazine Forum.

BackgroundEdit

Now, good sir, would you be willing to visit the sage’s dwelling, and vanquish the darkness that will take or turn us? I don’t wish to be killed, or be made a bloodthirsty fiend. He pauses. Although to be honest I’d probably go for the second one...

In Hovel of the Vampire you play an inexperienced warrior who strolls into a village just as a curse is set to be fulfilled: A vampire has escaped his imprisonment after centuries beneath the ground and now plots his revenge from the home of a local sage. You are the villagers' only hope! 

RulesEdit

The adventure in general follows the original rules set down in The Warlock of Firetop Mountain (see Game System).

CoverEdit

The cover was designed and illustrated by Greg Neill.

Main CharactersEdit

  • YOU - a callow young warrior

LocationsEdit

EncountersEdit

  • Animated armour
  • Horn-helmed warrior
  • Horace of Lish
  • Monstrosity
  • Vampiric butterflies

Further NotesEdit

ErrorsEdit

See AlsoEdit

ReviewsEdit

Mudworm’s writing is modern and fluid, very easy to read and his knowledge of tropes allows him to play off those with great touch of humour that simultaneously blink at the knowledgeable reader without insulting his intelligence. [...] As for the story/game itself, the subject matter isn’t fresh by any means, but the treatment (modern writing and trope uses as described above) gives it a fresh coat of paint and the length makes sure that, in any case, the story doesn’t overstay its welcome. - Dominic Marquotte[1]

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Fantazine Forum post - Retrieved 2015-12-29

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki