Good evening ladies and lords, I shall be your host for this grand event.
Please welcome the unveiling of our new exhibit--the Journal Entries of the Madwoman, Dr. Marian Vault! Before her death, the depraved doctor spent many a night scrawling twisted, fantastical notes within the pages of her diary. Entries upon entries revealed her fascination with all things of the Romance era, and of darker times in her mind.
Some think the doctor could predict the future, but that has yet to be seen.
The following entries are the translated entries of her personal notebook.
Warning for Violence, Blood, Gore
The mad doctor brings us her first simple tale of betrayal--a lady vampire named Blaine. Born as a human, taken as a child, Blaine adjusts slowly to life as a vampire. Her partner, Darius, and she earn their break upon completion of Rurik's mission but find that events only culminate into something worse than she'd ever imagined.
Warning for Violence, Blood, Mild Coarse Language
Our lovely doctor did not always belong in the madhouse, as it would seem. No. One evening, while treating a patient, she came across a leather-bound journal in the room of her oldest patient. The book was written entirely in Deutsche, so the doctor spent her spare time translating the pages. She finished the lot before she descended into madness. Therefore, we present to you, Die Mannschaft von Lynette Lindral.
We are not sure whether the works of the journal are fictional or based on fact. With the journal, Vault found a golden doubloon wedged in one of the pages. The patient would not part with it.
The tale follows the adventure of a young man, as he flees from his crime of theft to a life on the ocean. There, he meets Lynette Lindral, the captain of the Dame de la Mer. With the captain and her crew, the new pirate sets off to find the most fabled treasure in the land.
The Doctor does not claim to know the travelling time between European countries.