Vampire: The Masquerade Revised
THE MIDNIGHT DANCE CONTINUES... They stalk in the shadows, moving gracefully and unseen among their prey. They are the blood-drinking fiends of whispered legends –Kindred, Cainites, the Damned. Above all, they are vampires. Their eternal struggle, waged sicne the nights of Jericho and Babylon,... show more
THE MIDNIGHT DANCE CONTINUES... They stalk in the shadows, moving gracefully and unseen among their prey. They are the blood-drinking fiends of whispered legends –Kindred, Cainites, the Damned. Above all, they are vampires. Their eternal struggle, waged sicne the nights of Jericho and Babylon, plays itself out among the vampires' grand Masquerade is imperiled, and the night of Gehenna draws ever closer. UNTIL THE END OF ALL THINGS This new edition of Vampire: The Masquerade is an updated, revised version of the popular classic. In this mammoth volume can be found all 13 Clans, all major Disciplines, and a host of brand-new infomation on both the Kindred and the...things...that hunt them. This book compiles everything that a Vampire player or Storyteller needs to know about the Kindred and the World of Darkness for the new millenium. Plus, the new edition provides all-new information on the changes that affect the Clans, and on the beginning of the end of the Camarilla. Finally, the first of the Storyteller rulebooks is the best again!
Publish date: October 1st 1998
Publisher: White Wolf Games
Pages no: 312
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Role Playing Games
, Sports And Games
, World Of Darkness
Series: Vampire: the Masquerade
This was one really, really, good setting. However it is a shame that it brought a lot of Goths out of the woodwork which ended up polluting the roleplaying community. Sometimes I wonder if Mark Rein-Hagen was a Goth himself, because this setting is very dark and gloomy that has strong political ove...
Don't like the art and storytelling, but the concept might be cool.. *sigh*
This is a fairly interesting game,I haven't personally played nor will I ever, but the book itself makes things sound very interesting. There are story lines that are worth reading, and the illustrations are pretty cool.
I had a lot of fun LARPing using this, but let's be honest, it is a very, very silly book. The pictures are bad and the writing is worse. Nevertheless, it is an excellent gateway drug into the world of gaming.