Im releasing Killmist Enclave on steam which is a more hardcore style of vampire survivors.The game features challenging combat, looting, buying randomized gear, upgrading permanent talents and perma death! _Enclave/
Kambria was a Third Era march in central High Rock located in the Iliac Bay region. It shared borders with the Wrothgarian Mountains to the north, Koegria to the east, Bhoriane to the south, and Dwynnen to the west. The provincial seat was the city of Kambria. The province rose from lowlands in the south to a windswept plateau in the north, where towns were situated in valleys for shelter. The tops of the hills in the area were once covered with forts, but these were demolished by Tiber Septim in order to reduce potential points of resistance. The regional deity was Zenithar, and the dominant vampire bloodline in the region was Vraseth.
Koegria was a Third Era fiefdom in High Rock along the northern bank of the Iliac Bay. It was bordered by Bhoriane and Kambria to the west, the Wrothgarian Mountains to the northeast, and Alcaire to the southeast. The provincial seat was the city of Koegria. The dominant vampire bloodline was Lyrezi, and the regional deity was Dibella.
The Vampires: The Ring That Kills Torrent !!EXCLUSIVE!!Download - randomly browsing Steam last weekend, I stumbled across this lo-fi, 90s era-looking Vampire Survivors game. Strong Castlevania flavors and the low price pulled me in, as well as a promise of becoming an insanely powerful monster slayer. Over this week, the game has been exploding in gamer communities, even garnering up to 80k views on Twitch. The likes of Lirik, MOONMOON, Sodapoppin, and so many more have streamed the game. Word spread organically about this little game (that barely has two levels!) without the need for any marketing or effort, really.Vampire Survivors isn't that easy, especially at first. In a game where you're continuously assaulted by bigger and bigger monster waves, your character needs to carefully move around the endless stages, taking as little damage as possible. By gathering gems, your character levels up and gets new weapons, each one firing automatically. Getting the right combination of weapons and accessories takes a bit of practice. Read on with our guide and delve into your own hype runs.Immortality spells allow witches to alter the age of living beings to the point of an indefinite lifespan. Witches, as servants of Nature, cannot become immortal and practice their witchcraft and may instead use age-altering spells to extend their lifespans beyond normal means. In some instances, immortality spells concurrently result in the creation of new immortal species. Immortal beings, however, are a direct violation of Nature's rule that all living things must die; therefore, there are consequences that act as a balance, a loophole that can undo such magic. For example, the creation of immortals resulted in the creation of doppelgängers as a balance, whereas the binding ingredients for the creation of vampires became their greatest weaknesses.Protection spells allow witches to provide protection to a target as a sort of insurance. Protection can vary based on the user's requirements however, most protection spells seen thus far have been used against immediate death. They can come in the form of enchantments such as a daylight ring's protection against sunlight. Protection spells do come with restrictions such as one use per spell or protection from a specific form of death (burning from sunlight, supernatural death etc.) most likely due to nature's rule that all living beings must die. Thus, it is highly likely that protection spells do not cover natural death (old age). It is highly possible that protection spells protect the soul and prevents one from truly dying as they are done beforehand in anticipation of danger/immediate death and dying before casting said spell would require a resurrection spell.Director: Terence FisherCast: Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Michael GoughDirected by the incomparable Terence Fisher, written by Jimmy Sangster, pairing Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee (with Lee getting actual lines for the first time), and going all out for colour, glamour, sex and blood, Hammer's Dracula aligns the elements and distils the formula that powered the studio for the next two decades. Sangster's bold screenplay at once eviscerates Bram Stoker's novel and sets the narrative free. With the locations transposed and limited to Romania and half the 'dramatis personae' excised, we're left with a lean adventure. The Lugosi film is a creaky slow-burn, but Hammer's is a swashbuckler. Lee, of course, gets to be urbane and darkly seductive, but there's also genuine savagery to the moments when he gets to bare his teeth.Read The Empire ReviewDirector: Tomas AlfredsonCast: Kåre Hedebrant, Lina Leandersson, Per RagnarWe all know children are terrifying, but Let The Right One In takes spooky kids and makes them almost too relatable for comfort. Simply trying to survive like countless vampires before her, Eli (Leandersson) strikes up a bittersweet friendship with social pariah Oskar (Hedeb 041b061a72