UNDEAD IN INZELADUN
Ask anyone who has played in my world for very
long. I LOVE UNDEAD VILLIANS! They excite me, interest me, and
Just click on the name of the type of undead to go to the specific page for that type of undead.
I have spent a lot of time studying ghost and vampire folklore, reading ghost and vampire stories, and watching movies about the Undead. If you play in my world with me as the DM, be prepared to face the walking dead at some point...
Throughout the vast shadowy world of
ghosts and demons there is no figure so terrible, no figure so dreaded and
abhorred, yet dight with such fearful fascination, as the vampire, who is
himself neither ghost nor demon, but yet who partakes the dark natures and
possesses the mysterious and terrible qualities of both.
Rev Montague Summers
If there is in this world a well attested account, it is that of the vampires. Nothing is lacking: official reports, affadavits of well known people, of surgeons, of priests, of magistrates; the judicial proof is most complete. And with all that, who is there who believes in vampires?
For as long as mankind has kept written records,
the comings and goings of spirits have been noted. Some are
described as lights or recognizable shapes in the darkness.
Others seem to be real, but are nothing more than images of light, as
incorporeal as they are unliving. Theycome in all manner of shapes
and sizes. They undertake macabre missions and have any number of
motivations. Most are evil, some indifferent, and a few good and
Edward van Richten
Some famed Vampires and Ghosts in Inzeladun include:
Ygdal the black dragon vampire of Inzeladun
Doctor Richard Dalby
Lord Xathurst of Drychtnoth
The Wives of Garmund Xathurst
Lady Xaroni the Vampire
Zaius RatheDEATH KNIGHTS, MUMMIES and LICHES
Poets and philosophers of every age and
nation have noted that life is an insignificant moment when compared to
the enormity of death. It is undeniable that death lasts longer than
life. For most this is not distressing... But some few bemoan their
short lives, fearing what lies beyond the
Edward van Richten
Some of the more famous Death Knights in Inzeladun include:
Gholgolroth the Death Knight
Ongenfrith the Revenant Death Knight
Some of the more famous Mummies include:
Sethotep the Sage
Some of the more famous Liches include:
Kherit the Lich
Xanthor Drathos the Lich
Merandius the LichUndead of every conceivable type inhabit the dark places of Inzeladun. Vampires prowl the haunted castles of Drychtnoth; mummies inhabit the lost tombs of Khemt; ghouls dig in the barrows; death knights seek to destroy good; and liches play with men like we play with chess pieces. For those too frightened to learn more, you may go back now to the safety of the home page.
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of the Old Ones
Spirit Ghoul Template
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