|Written by:||Clayton Oliver|
|Additional Material on the Treaty of Tyre:||Graeme Davis|
|Additional Mind's Eye Theatre Systems:||Deird're Brooks|
|Developed by:||Justin Achilli|
|Art Director:||Richard Thomas|
|Layout & Typesetting:||Becky Jollensten|
|Interior Art:||Mike Danza, Michael Gaydos, Leif Jones, Andy Trabbold, Christopher Shy|
|Front Cover Art:||John Van Fleet|
|Front & Back Cover Design:||Becky Jollensten|
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc.|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Publication #:||WW 02359|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-56504-256-5|
The Revised Edition splatbook for Clan Assamite, or the "Children of Haqim" as they call themselves. It details both their history and the state of the clan in the modern nights, after they have broken the Tremere Curse.
From the White Wolf catalog:
- A Cult of Killers...
- The clans of Caine have only recently seen the true face of Clan Assamite. Once assumed to be mere assassins, the Assamites have thrown off the Camarilla's debilitating curse and their mantle of silence. A diverse clan of noble warriors, learned sorcerers and murderous diablerists, the Assamites have stepped forth to claim their legacy in the Final Nights.
- Clanbook: Assamite Includes:
- The classes and castes of the enigmatic Assassins, exploring all levels of their clan structure
- A look at the wide-reaching influence of the Assamites, from the borders of the Middle Kingdom to the shifting tides of New World politics
- New Assamite Sorcery, high-level Discipline powers and the fruition of the Assamite's plans in the modern nights
Introduction: From the Treaty of TyreEdit
Chapter One: How Quickly We ForgotEdit
Chapter Two: Prayers to Broken StoneEdit
The structure and organisation of the clan, including the three Castes (Warrior, Sorcerer and Vizier), as well as the Disciplines and blood magic employed by Assamites, including high-level Quietus powers.
Chapter Three: Sons and Daughters of HaqimEdit
Character templates and notable Assamites.
This book, along with the original Treaty of Tyre to 1496. Other sources either date it to 1493, the same year as the Convention of Thorns, or combine it with the Convention itself, either of which is incompatible with the version of events here.and , dates the
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