Calling Tabletop Gamers: The Dracula Dossier still has a few more funding targets to stake on Kickstarter

The Dracula Dossier by Pelgrane Press has already blasted through its intended £10,000 target, with over 1,000 backers pledging more than £66,000 GBP – but some goals remain to be unlocked

Visit the project on Kickstarter to make a pledge – https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1721105501/the-dracula-dossier

The Dracula Dossier by Pelgrane Press

A new edition of Stoker’s novel that tells the real story; and an improvised spy thriller campaign for Night’s Black Agents RPG

Two Books. One Mission.

Dracula is not a novel. It’s the censored version of Bram Stoker’s after-action report of the failed British Intelligence attempt to recruit a vampire in 1894. Kenneth Hite has restored the deleted sections, inserting annotations and clues left by three generations of MI6 analysts. This is Dracula Unredacted.

Follow those clues to The Director’s Handbook, containing hundreds of encounters: shady NPCs, dangerous locations, conspiratorial nodes, and mysterious objects. Together they comprise The Dracula Dossier — an epic improvised, collaborative campaign for Night’s Black Agents, our award-winning vampire spy thriller RPG.

The mission: Hunt and kill Dracula now, once and for all, before Britain falls to him forever.

“For spending an evening of suspense and glimpses from the grave, today the instrument of choice is Kenneth Hite’s The Dracula Dossier.”

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Dracula Unredacted and Director's Handbook two books that form The Dracula Dossier - Kenneth Hite

Dracula Unredacted and Director’s Handbook

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