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A Ghastly Companion to Castles, Mansions, & Estates – Rough-Hewn Edition

A Ghastly Companion to Castles, Mansions, & Estates – Rough-Hewn Edition


Here is your complete guide to gaming in the opulent Grand Houses of the Georgian, French Revolutionary, Napoleonic, and Regency eras. Although created especially for use with Ghastly Affair, “The Gothic Game of Romantic Horror”, it’s also an invaluable resource for any game set in the late eighteenth to early nineteenth centuries. Whether your scenarios...   [click here for more]
Daniel James Hanley  $4.99

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Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Castle

Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Castle


Want to run a classic Gothic scenario set in an mysterious old castle, but don’t know how to begin? The “Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Castle” is a set of PDF fill-out forms that will guide you through the process of defining a stronghold setting filled with possibilities for dark romance and chilling horror. Whether you work from an existing map,...   [click here for more]
Daniel James Hanley  Pay What You Want

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Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Estate House

Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Estate House


Want to run a shocking scenario set in a haunted English Country House, Italian Villa, or French Château, but don’t know how to begin? The “Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Estate House” is a set of PDF fill-out forms that will guide you through the process of defining a grand manor home of the late Georgian, Napoleonic,...   [click here for more]
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Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Garden Features

Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Garden Features


This PDF fill-out form creates a schematic map and organized record of the features and possible encounters in a parkland garden, from parterres to pergolas. The first page is a schematic grid – just write the description(s) of garden features in the squares of the grid, and you get a quick diagram of where those features are situated relative to each other....   [click here for more]
Daniel James Hanley   FREE 

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Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Interior Room

Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Interior Room


This PDF fill-out form helps you record every detail of an important room in a Grand House, from the walls to the furniture. Useful for recording spontaneously determined characteristics for future reference. A supplemental form intended for use with: Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Castle, Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Mansion, or...   [click here for more]
Daniel James Hanley   FREE 

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Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Mansion

Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Mansion


Want to run a intriguing scenario set in an opulent English Townhouse, Italian Palazzo, or French Hôtel Particulier, but don’t know how to begin? The “Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Mansion” is a set of PDF fill-out forms that will guideyou through the process of defining a grand urban house of the late Georgian, Napoleonic, or Regency...   [click here for more]
Daniel James Hanley  Pay What You Want

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Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Tower Interior

Ghastly Affair Location Catalogue – Tower Interior


This PDF fill-out form helps you define the rooms inside a stand-alone tower with its own entrance and interior stairs, such as might be found along the curtain walls of a concentric castle. Only use this form if the tower is its own self-contained structure, and not simply an extension of a larger building. A supplemental form intended for use...   [click here for more]
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