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Development and Additional Material: Justin Achilli
Authors: Dierd're Brooks, Richard E. Dansky, Greg Fountain, Robert Hatch, Jess Heinig, Stephe Herman, Mark Moore, Clayton Oliver, Sven Skoog, Lucien Soulban, Cynthia Summers, Stewart Wieck and Fred Yelk
Editor: Ed Hall
Art Director: Richard Thomas
Layout & Typesetting: Richard Thomas
Interior Art: Leif Jones and Christopher Shy
Front Cover Art: Brad Noble
Front & Back Cover Design: Ron Thompson
Proofreader: John Chambers
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 1999
Year: 1999
Publication #: WW 02023
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-244-1
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Children of the Night is a sourcebook for Vampire: The Masquerade describing the most noteworthy Kindred from across the World of Darkness.


From the White Wolf catalog:

Conclaves, Covens and Councils
In the world of the Kindred, vampires lurk behind every shadow, planning their machinations and watching their prey. But who watches the watchers? Powerful Kindred from all sects (and none) move among their peers, protecting the Masquerade, interpreting the traditions of Caine, leading the Sabbat against the Antediluvians or subtly pulling strings in the darkness. Who are the most feared and most powerful vampires in the World of Darkness?
Immortal Evil Unveiled
Children of the Night fully details the heavy-hitters of Vampire's World of Darkness. Included are the justicars and many archons of the Camarilla, as well as key princes, bishops, pack priests, Sabbat cardinals and prisci and an inscrutable Inconnu or two - all the undead to know... and fear.

Chapter One: Scions of the SabbatEdit

Profiles on notable members of the Sabbat, from Seraphim to Blood Brothers.

Chapter Two: Pillars of the CamarillaEdit

Profiles on notable members of the Camarilla, from Justicars to the thin-blooded.

Chapter Three: Independents and InconnuEdit

Profiles on Kindred not affiliated with neither Camarilla nor Sabbat, drawn from the ranks of the independent clans (including the Gangrel) and the Inconnu.

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