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You’re in a foreign land. A land filled with superstition. Ahead is a gloomy Gothic castle shadowed upon a hill top. The sun is setting, the darkness is closing in, the fog is obscuring your view. You approach with hesitation, apprehension. You enter. You’re afraid, but you don’t quite know why.
I’ll tell you why. Because inside this ancient mausoleum dwells a creature, neither man nor beast. Or perhaps it is more accurate to say that he is both man and beast. The personification of evil. An enigmatic being enshrouded in desire, passion and lust. And danger. And fear. And death.