The Romance of Golden Star - George Griffith's novel about reincarnated mummies
Pharos the Egyptain - Guy Boothby's novel about a kind of reanimated mummy, only not exactly
The Vampire - a play based on Polidori's novel
Stuff I can get if I choose this option:
She, She and Alan - which I think are the two Rider Haggard novels about She, unless there are others I've missed. There are already several e-texts, so I'd probably link to them rather than scanning my own.
Valdur the Oft-Born - Griffith's serial reincarnation novel, I have a copy but it'll be a swine to do the OCR since the print is awful.
The Wandering Jew, Varney the Vampire, and The Vampire - again, texts are on line.
The Flying Dutchman - pretty sure this is on-line too.
So no real shortage of source material, the question is whether people would actually find this interesting enough if I wrote it. Trouble is that the campaign would mostly be historical / fantasy, without many SF elements, which isn't my favourite genre to write.
So - let's have a little survey...
Would you be interesting in an RPG campaign about immortals?
Campaign? Life's too short...
Would you prefer complete historical accuracy or some fantasy elements?
Mostly historical accuracy, some fantasy
Mostly fantasty, but some history
Fantasy all the way
Hey, I ordered a cheeseburger!
If I was writing this my main inspiration would be
All of the above
None of the above
If something else, what?