|Written by:||Stewart Wieck|
|Developed by:||Mark Rein•Hagen|
|Editing:||Lisa Stevens and John Brandt|
|Cover Art:||Doug Anderson|
|Interior Art:||John Cobb, Josh Timbrook|
|Cover Design:||Chris McDonough|
| Special, Special Thanks:
Stewart "Tell me if the Bulls win" Wieck, who we're sure thought lovingly about this project on his month-long European tour.
Mark "I'm the Boss." Rein-Hagen, for coming up with the company sponsored caffeine.
Lisa "It's been a year, two months, sixteen days and eight hours since I had a vacation! Stevens, for working quadruple duty and holding down the fort.
John "You should have seen it before I edited it" Brandt, for weeding through the sentence fragments, improper grammar, misspellings, obnoxious charts...
Nicole "When do we start the intravenous caffeine?" Lindroos, for not laughing hysterically when we showed her the summer production schedule.
Doug "Hey, leave me out of this!" Andersen, for making the Casablanca Fan Company really come to life.
John "Of course, they're Vampires!" Cobb, for his really neat representations of the story.
Josh "Well, why didn't you say he was a Nosferatu?" Timbrook, for putting up with all those little communication gaps.
Chris "I'll have it there, don't worry." McDonough, for squeezing us into his already hectic schedule.
Travis "Big Daddy Slang" Williams, for not leavin' us hangin'. Word.
This supplement is dedicated to Michael Jordan and the 1991 NBA Champion Chicago Bulls.
|Rule System(s):||Storyteller System|
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Publication #:||WW ?????|
|Reference #:||ISBN 0-9627-790-7-5|
|Price:|| Print: $9.99|
- From the White Wolf Catalog:
Chapter One: Baptism by Fire Edit
Chapter Two: Such Tangled Webs Edit
Chapter Three: To the Breaking Point Edit
Chapter Four Edit
Chapter Five Edit
Advanced Storytelling Section Edit
- A sequel to Ashes to Ashes was developed, named Dust to Dust for Vampire: The Masquerade 20th Anniversary Edition
To the mortals, we appear in all manner of guise. To most we do not seem monstrous, indeed we appear quite human, their own assumptions conceal us from them. However, some see us not as they see themselves, but have the depth of vision to tear away the dross from our faces. They see our ravaged souls born upon our monstrous visage, and know our true name. They see the Beast within and know that we are not mortal. Indeed, they see us as we do not see ourselves. It must be a horrifying would that they live in.
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