With an absolute banger of a product cover, Oops All Vampires leads with a strong impression, and continues on the promise of a quality product. The whole 31 page book is chock full of lovely monochromatic illustration including custom character sheets for each of the five Archetypes.
The game makes use of a tarot deck and/or a copy of Bram Stoker’s Dracula (or your favorite vampire book) and provides resources to both of these things should the player(s) not have them available from the get-go, which is appreciated.
The system is simple enough to follow, offering tips on what level of failure or success might mean depending on the results of a roll.
The book emphasizes that there is strength in numbers and backs up this claim by making it quite apparent that 75% of the conflict difficulty is achievable without help. To expand on that, with a scale of 1-4 levels of difficulty to possible conflicts, Draculas can obtain the first two levels of success on their own, the third being possible if they are working within their realm of expertise, but the fourth level of difficulty is truly only possible with the help of at least one other Dracula. Emphasizing teamwork is a good idea in tabletop roleplaying games, especially with a theme people often associate with loner-style characters.
The book also gives plenty of examples for inspiration when designing your Dracula and, and the list of media which inspired the product itself is extensive and a perfect place to look when seeking to draw inspiration for your own Dracula.
All in all, Oops All Draculas is a concise, magnificently beautiful and wonderfully designed product.