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Credits
Authors: Benjamin Baugh, David Brookshaw, David A. Hill Jr., Travis Stout
Developer: Russell Bailey
Editor: John Chambers
Artists: Andy Hepworth, Pat Loboyko, & Cathy Wilkins
Art Director: Richard Thomas
Creative Director: Richard Thomas
Cover and Interior Design: Mike Chaney
Special Thanks
Calvin “Everything is Ruined Forever” Ashmore, Dennis “I’m Not Doing This Again” Bailey, and Audrey “This is My Shocked Face” Whitman
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Imprint: White Wolf
Published: September 13, 2012
Pages: 70
Year: 2012
PDF: DriveThruRPG.com Bullet-pdf.png Bullet-nip
Price: $18.99
$11.99

Blood Sorcery: Sacraments and Blasphemies is a sourcebook for Vampire: The Requiem. It provides insight into Kindred blood magic and the rituals needed to invoke them.

Summary Edit

From the Onyx Path catalog:

God doesn't love me. But He's given me these teeth to spill your blood and these words to speak over your remains.
And when I do that, He's going to make my dreams come true.
God is good.
-- Sister Snow, upstart Bishop of New Orleans
Being a vampire is inherently trading humanity for power, but most Kindred don't do it on purpose. Blood sorcery is about wrapping your arms around blood sacrifice or inhuman philosophy and holding it close against your silent heart. As presented in Vampire: The Requiem, sorcery is a series of rituals passed down from hierophant to acolyte, pastor to parishioner. The blood caked on these rituals is dark and dried, and they are ancient and horrible indeed.
That's what this book is: a gory and grand new exploration of blood sorcery from the powers of the great covenants to the dirty secrets of the street to the figures that lurk in the shadowed history of the Kindred.
This book includes:
  • A flexible new system for blood sorcery, allowing you to build and enact your own rituals
  • Threnodies, sacrificial charms that build on Disciplines and add a little mojo to any character
  • A legion of occult antagonists, from the heartless Sons of Phobos to the enigmatic Empty Liars

Fiction: Boon & Kitty 1940 Edit

Credits Edit

Fiction: Boon & Kitty 1969 Edit

Introduction Edit

Fiction: Boon & Kitty 1976 / Boon & Kitty 1985 Edit

Chapter One: Rites of Damnation Edit

Fiction: Boon & Kitty 1976 Edit

Chapter Two: Threnodies Edit

Fiction: Boon & Kitty 2011 Edit

Chapter Three: Antagonists Edit

Background Information Edit

This book filled the slot originally intended for Secrets of the Covenants, which was pushed further back in the Onyx Path schedule.

According to developer Russell Bailey, this book was intended to hit three notes:

  • First, make blood sorcery the gory, theophanic experience it should be. ... You don’t have a spell list, you have a list of violations you can perform in the name of your red-handed God.
  • Second... I want to provide an optional blood magic system that’s open-ended, à la Mage or Witchfinders.
  • Finally, we’re going to introduce new, occult-themed antagonists, secretive creatures that play up some aspect of the vampiric condition and distort it.[1]

Memorable Quotes Edit

Characters Edit

References Edit

  1. White Wolf Blogs, December 15, 2011
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