A downloadable vampire

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You've always wondered what was just beyond the doors of the spooky house at the end of the block. Now make it your own...

The Dracula at the End of the Lane can be played with or without a GM.  An update to The Coven at the End of the Lane and a Buddy System game, it can be played without the original game and includes Dracula as both a playable archetype and ally/antagonist for games involving a GM. 

Choose your archetype

Enchanter: use crystals and stones to cleanse auras and promote positive well-being

Goth: draw on ancient knowledge with blood, tears, and artistry

Hag: with woodwork and an oven, anything is possible

Herbalist: potions, poisons, and a gift for all things green

Occultist: see beyond the veil with gifts of loved ones long gone

Dracula: be Dracula

Choose a familiar

Create your home

Shape your world

Created for Dracula Jam, The Dracula at the End of the Lane is a dice pool game of spell casting, tarot, literature, and Dracula.

Everyone wants to be a Dracula? Check out Oops All Draculas!

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
GenreRole Playing
TagsAnimals, Co-op, Cozy, dracula, LGBTQIA, Magic, Magical Realism, Vampire, witch
Average sessionA few seconds
AccessibilityColor-blind friendly, High-contrast, Blind friendly


Buy Now$6.00 USD or more

In order to download this vampire you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $6 USD. You will get access to the following files:

The Dracula at the End of the Lane 1 MB

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Community Copies

Community copies are for people in need who cannot afford the game but still want to play. Every sale contributes more copies to the pool. 

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How many players does this game support? What is the average game time?

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Hi there! It plays comfortably with 6 plus a DM, though more or fewer is totally up to you (I recommend playing with at least 2). Game time whenever I've run it is usually around 4 hours, though that depends on your table.