|Art by Wolfgang Glowacki
- Dracula is Charlemagne. Vassals are all weird gothic villains. His knock-off relatives are all over the place
- Dracula outlawed the church. An underground, aristocratic society revived it as the order of the Old Stone Cross
- The ocean is the devil's wife or something
- Rock-paper-Scissors dynamic for Werewolves-Vampires-Frankenstein's Monsters
- Dracula is hoarding iron for some unknown purpose. Bronze tools and weapons are not terribly rare.
Locations (mainland, with interconnected plots and events)
- City where it's the French Revolution, but the People are becoming angels, unimpeachable and zealous for the Terror.
- Buckets of Blood Pygmalion
- Robin Hood, but it's the founding fathers.
- blighted baron bathes in the blood of newborns to banish his blight and blue beard
- druidic circle, where they eat people and stack up animate piles of rocks
- An evil tower
- a human graveyard, a waste full of scattered bones. It is a graveyard in the same way that an elephant graveyard is.
- a mostly fine castle with notable Persian influences, brought to these shores when a Persian noblewoman freed a noble prisoner in exchange for the promise of marriage. However, ghost members of the Hashashin have come to punish the crime.
- Coastal village of accommodating locals that never talk. After a while, one spits out a mouthful of blood and attacks their blinded victim.
- Frankenstein's Monster utterly alone in the burned husk of his master's castle. Victor's fiance seeks the monster out of mingled hatred and over-identification.
- Amazingly genteel swampfolk
- A group of rehabilitated witch's children-turned-witchhunters.
Islands (where you put all the stuff that would be too disruptive on the mainland)
- pirate's cove, but with a parallel society of ghouls living under the docks.
- Like 50 wrecked lighthouses
- whalerider harpoonists
- Animals have society, humans are pets and food
- prison island intent on dehabilitating its inmates
- final colony of a fictional criminal ancestor to humanity
- Atlantis, which is remarkably like our own society but with a Tolkienesque melancholy
- an isolated, but normal Catholic community. You must try to remember if you're prejudiced against Catholics
- A terrifying crag with a demon-forge heated by the blood of disobedient children.
- Merlin used time shenanigans to get fifty copies of the Holy Grail, but Satan stole the method and duplicated himself six times. All of that is going on in a cave on this island.