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Credits
Authors: Stewart Wieck, Eric Griffin, Gherbod Fleming with Kathleen Ryan and Justin Achilli
Additional Contributions: Bruce Baugh, Philippe Boulle, Sam Chupp, Andrew Greenberg and Cynthia Summers
Cover Art: John Van Fleet
Book Design: Matt Milberger
Art Direction: Richard Thomas
Copyediting: Anna Branscome, Ana Balka, Crystal Forkan and Melissa Thorpe
Editorial Intern: Jonathan Laden
Series Editors: Stewart Wieck, Gherbod Fleming, with Anna Branscome and Eric Griffin
Compilation Editor: Philippe Boulle
Interior Art: Tom Berg, Steve Casper, John Cobb, Larry MacDougall, Robert MacNeill, Andrew Robinson, E. Allen Smith and Larry Snelly
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: September 1, 2003
Pages: 592
Years: Prehistory - Friday, July 2, 1999
Publication #: WW 11270
Reference #: ISBN 1-58846-845-3
PDF: DriveThruFiction.com Bullet-fiction
Price: Digital: $7.99

Clan Novel Saga Vol.1: The Fall of Atlanta is a chronological compilation of the previous Clan Novels of Clan Gangrel, Clan Assamite and Clan Malkavian. It retells the conquest of Atlanta by the Sabbat, the appearance of the Eye of Hazimel and the events that led to the withdrawal of the Gangrel clan from the Camarilla.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf Catalog:
A Best-Selling Saga Returns
The Vampire Clan Novel series broke all records for World of Darkness fiction when, throughout 1999 and 2000, it told an epic story through cross-cutting novels and carefully time-stamped chapters. Now, the entire epic is represented in four beautiful trade-format volumes. The Clan Novel Saga reorganizes the chapters from all 13 novels (and the Clan Novel Anthology) in strict chronological order, showing the progress of the epic night by night and minute by minute.
Volume One features a variety of prologue material and the dramatic events of June 1999. The vampires of the Sabbat move into the Camarilla city of Atlanta, and the dreaded relic called the Eye of Hazimel makes its appearance on the scene.
With a Foreword by Stewart Wieck and an All-New Story by Philippe Boulle

Background InformationEdit

Memorable QuotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

Clan Novel 3: Gangrel, Clan Novel 7: Assamite, Clan Novel 9: Malkavian

Previous release:
VTM: Lair of the Hidden Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip
Game Books
Vampire: The Masquerade books
Next release:
VTM: The Players Guide Revised Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip

Previous release:
VTM: Clan Novel Anthology Bullet-fiction
Fiction
Clan Novel Saga
Next release:
VTM: Clan Novel Saga Vol. 2: The Eye of Gehenna Bullet-fiction

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