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Authors: Dustin Browder
Developer: Andrew Greenberg
Editor: Robert Hatch
Layout & Typesetting: Sam Chupp
Art Director: Richard Thomas
Art: Joshua Gabriel Timbrook, Tom Berg, Craig Maher, Drew Tucker
Front Cover Art: Doug Gregory, Sherilyn Van Valkenburgh
Back Cover Art: Michelle Prahler
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 1993
Pages: 67
Year: 1993
Publication #: WW02010
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-074-0
Price: $10.00

Bloody Hearts: Diablerie Britain is a supplement for Vampire: The Masquerade about the dangers that await those who wish to commit the forbidden art of Diablerie in England, as well as the secrets of an ancient demon that sleeps in London.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf catalog:

Absolute Power Can Corrupt...
The thirst for the most powerful blood can drive any vampire mad with desire. Its taste, bouquet, smell, and texture are like nothing else the Kindred can experience. The feeling of it as it flows past undead lips is exquisite beyond belief. And the power it provides...
Even Those Already Corrupted
But its consumption destroys the predator as surely as the prey. The very soul of the victim is taken in the act and, as the victim dies, so does the Diabolist. None can take so completely without paying the price. None can first feel absolute power without first knowing absolute horror.

Chapter One: IntroductionEdit

Chapter Two: The Story of TiametEdit

Chapter Three: The Evil BeckonsEdit

Chapter Four: The BarrowEdit

Appendix: Notes on the JyhadEdit

Background InformationEdit

Memorable QuotesEdit

CharactersEdit

  • Tiamat - An undead mad creature of nightmares.
  • Drakonskyr - A demon that sleeps within Tiamat.

ReferencesEdit

Book of the Grave-War, Gehenna, Justicar, Sword of Nul

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