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Blood in the Chocolate


(2017 Gold ENNIE award for Best Adventure!)

“Wouldst Thou Like To DIE Deliciously?”

The year is 1617, and the only thing on the minds of every noblewoman and aristocrat in Europe is CHOCOLATE. The act of eating this modest confection brings so much PLEASURE, it has become more prized than tea, spices, even liquor ... and it all comes from one place: LUCIA DE CASTILLO’s factory in northern Friesland.

This one businesswoman has Europe by the balls, and some will pay handsomely for the secret to her success. But Lucia’s factory isn’t what it seems to be. The horrors and cruelties that exist within its walls defy IMAGINATION ITSELF. Nobody ever goes in ... and nobody ever comes out!

BLOOD IN THE CHOCOLATE is a psycho-sexual romp that pits characters not just against their enemies, but against their own twisting, melting, inflating, or poisoned bodies.

This adventure comes from the imagination of Kiel Chenier (Dungeons & Donuts, The Hell House Beckons), brought to life by the lurid illustrations of Jason Bradley Thompson (Mangaka: The Fast & Furious Game of Drawing Comics, Dreamland).

An adventure suitable for low-level characters for use with Lamentations of the Flame Princess Weird Fantasy Role-Playing and other traditional role-playing games.

Added Note: We've been advised to inform you by site management about some bits that people may consider particularly icky. The villain's henchmen, magically mutated tribesmen, engage in all sorts of candy-inspired silliness and mayhem with the intruders they catch. Including the "berry orgy", which in the publisher's opinion is just simply ridiculous, but some readers might have different opinions.

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August 3rd, 2020
This is how adventure module books should be made. Playable as you read it and the adventure makes it so the system only matters if you want to go Rambo on everyone. While it's great as a stand alone game, it can also be introduced into a larger [...]
June 26th, 2019
I had played in this adventure online. I thought it would be fun to run myself. After reading the entire adventure, I was suprised to see so much unconsentual sex. The DM who I played this game with left out that aspect, and I will be leaving that [...]
September 30th, 2017
Blood in the Chocolate is a very, you get what you pay for sort of affair. It's described as a violent, psycho-sexual romp through a magical chocolate factory inhabited by tiny, monstrous men and a psychopathic career woman. It's well written, quite [...]
February 7th, 2017
The product description describes Blood in the Chocolate as "A psycho-sexual romp that pits characters not just against their enemies, but against their own twisting, melting, inflating, or poisoned bodies." It is also, obviously, Charlie an [...]
February 7th, 2017
Blood in the Chocolate, is a well written and well thought out adventure that can be used as part of a campaign or a one shot. I read one review calling this adventure racist and that his players would walk away from the table instead of playing [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on December 06, 2016.