The Dark Country
Precis: A wet and mountainous haunt of pagans, vampires, and satanists. Hammer Horror meets The Baltic Crusades with a dash of Diablo I for taste.
Conspectus: undead Templars; The White Lady and her bestial servitors; pagan rebel groups and secret societies; satanists masquerading as clerics; horrible nature "deities" that demand sacrifice; bickering city states and bishoprics; wild eyed mercenaries who believe they kill for God; werewolf villages hidden the woods; fogbound forests; ruins tainted by foul sacrifices; haunted battlefields; Frogling caravans with perversely magical wares; secretive necromancers probing the nature of humanity; human sacrifice; villages besieged by unseen forces; the Great Swamp; cyclopean ruins older than humankind; the Mountain King and the last kingdom of the dwarfs; Black masses; the Devil; mindless vampires; glowing horrors created by a magician's mad experiments; fearful peasants; lots of frogs; the haunted and endless ruins of Nightwick Abbey
Taste, Sound, Image: A mouthful of mud, Pagan Altar Volume 1, Roger Corman's Masque of the Red Death
Does that sound about right to everyone else?