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67. Dracula Dossier Part 2

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The would be vampire hunters make their way aboard the party boat and onto the Danube. To find Dracula our heroes must acquaint themselves with the different figures involved in the Belgrade cigarette snuggling ring and the city’s “cultural elite.”Also they might want to check out the mysterious coffin in the cargo hold. Just sayin’.

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6 Responses to “67. Dracula Dossier Part 2”

  1. Varchild October 27, 2014 at 3:12 pm //

    The amazon price thing is because the seller has an algorithm to set the price and without enough regular priced copies out there it got weird. It’ll fix itself when someone puts up a regularly priced copy.


  2. Galen Pejeau October 27, 2014 at 7:58 pm //

    Oh man, I hope it actually is a cigarette snuggling ring. Far too often are eastern europeans portrayed as hardasses. Good on you for showing their tender sides.


  3. wanderingbishop October 28, 2014 at 3:39 am //

    A little after the fact, but on the subject of nicking communion wine; It might be a little different in the Catholic church, but in the Anglican church there are provisions in the prayer book for consecrating wine at the Sunday service, setting some of it aside and then using it at a later date for things like a wednesday service, or a house church, where people want to take communion, but for one reason or another a priest can’t be there at the time, so getting consecrated wine for a vampire hunt would be quite doable.


  4. Varchild October 30, 2014 at 3:47 am //

    wanderingbishop  I remember when I was a kid, after church, my mom would take consecrated hosts and wine to retirement homes so old people could take communion. So there is definitely a catholic equivalent.


  5. wanderingbishop October 30, 2014 at 12:43 pm //

    Varchild wanderingbishop Had a feeling that’d be the case – Anglicans inherited quite a lot of culture/traditions from the Catholic church. We’re like their slightly more liberal cousin 😛


  6. CoalhadaTM November 6, 2014 at 1:50 am //

    It would be difficult to steal the wine actually used at Communion, as the priest must drink what is left – if any – once all the congregation have received it. Consecrated hosts are stored in the (locked) tabernacle but rarely wine. 
    The simplest option would be to simply ask a priest to bless something for you — holy water would be best for the darts and simple to ask for. If it has to be the Blood of Christ you’ll need to be very convincing — it’s against canon law to consecrate bread and or wine outside the context of a Mass. It would be, nonetheless, sacramentally valid (i.e. for your vampire hunting purposes it would still be what you’re after).