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04065
Written by: James Estes, Looking Eagle
Developed by: Phil Brucato
Edited by: Cynthia Summers
Vice President in Charge of Production: Richard Thomas
Art Directors: Larwrence Snelly and Aileen E. Miles
Layout and Typesetting: Aileen E. Miles
Art: Vince Locke, Paul S. Phillips, Joshua Gabriel Timbrook, Andrew Trabbold
Front Cover Art: Michael William Kaluta
Front and Back Cover Design: Aileen E. Miles
Very Special Thanks To: Jennifer Hartshorn, whose fierce vision lingers beyond her departure.
Trace o'Conner, who brought grace and humor to a thankless job.
Joshua Gabriel Timbrook, who set the standard for those who dwell in Darkness.
Remy Blaine, whose succinct observations reminded us that even the quiet ones have teeth.
Lisa Charlton, who still holds her head high among The Great Unwashed.
David Remy, who gave so that others might survive.
Cindi Mayberry and Roger Smith, who left us all too few expressions of their great talents.
Sean Bajar, whose dreams came and went too soon.
Bruce Butkovitch, who left to tour a little sooner than expected.
Lori Sanders, former den mother for the Rage gang.
...and Elizabeth Folkes, who needs the Goddess' blessings more than most, it seems.
On Black Wednesday, Icarus fell to Earth. All of you made the sacrifice that allows this book, and future ones, to see publication. Everyone will be missed. We are poorer for your departure.
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 1996
Pages: 72
Year: 1996
Publication #: WW 04065
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-411-8
Price:

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf catalog:

Chapter OneEdit

Background InformationEdit

  • This book was one of the first books published following the infamous Black Wednesday. Unlike the typical inside-joke, questionable-taste nature of the Special Thanks section, this book's was a solemn remembrance of the people whose jobs were affected by the cut.

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