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02360
Author: Dean Shomshak
Developer: Ethan Skemp
Editor: Crystal Forkan
Art Director: Richard Thomas
Layout & Typesetting: Brian Glass
Interior Art: Michael Gaydos, Leif Jones, Christopher Shy and Drew Tucker
Front Cover Art: John Van Fleet
Front & Back Cover Design: Brian Glass
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 2001
Pages: 104
Year: 2001
Publication #: WW02360
Reference #: ISBN 1-58846-204-8
Price: $14.95 U.S.

The Revised Edition splatbook for the Followers of Set. It reveals the true face of the Clan of the Serpent and their (sometimes complex) relationship with their god, Set.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf catalog:

Children of the God of Storms
The Followers of Set are a clan bound together not only by blood, but by ties of faith. Their priests have access to secrets that would break the minds of lesser vampires; even the youngest Setite childe has passed the Gates of Revelation. They claim descent from a god, and prophesy the time of his return—and who is to prove them wrong?
Clanbook: Followers of Set Includes:

The Healing Power of Medicine Edit

Fiction. Marla Kenyon, a meth-addicted prostitute kept in slave-like conditions, is bought from her pimp and tutored for the Embrace by Renenet, daughter of Sutekh.

Chapter One: A History Of Lies Edit

A history of the clan written by Josué Pagnol, a.k.a. Manetho the Younger, in a letter to a former colleague to whom he had lied about his lineage. Pagnol reveals the origin of Set (in Setite lore, the first vampire), the clan's domination of Egypt and proliferation across the world, and the concerns of the Serpents as they enter the Final Nights and near the time of Set's return.

Chapter Two: After Such Knowledge Edit

A treatment of the Setites as they exist tonight. First covers their beliefs, notably the existence of the Aeons, godlike beings who rule humankind and jealously hide the truth that Set revealed to his childer - that all beings may become as powerful as gods. Also examines Setite practices, from the Path of Typhon and its opposing doctrine, the Path of Sutekh; common rituals and observances; Setite bloodlines; their relationships with the other clans; and Setite traits, including Backgrounds, Abilities, advanced Discipline powers, and a brief section on the various forms of blood sorcery practised by different Setite groups (Akhu, Wanga, Sadhana and Nahuallotl).

Chapter Three: Broken Images Edit

Character templates, notable Setites and a sample brood, the Repairers of Reputations.

Background InformationEdit

Memorable QuotesEdit

"Enough of myth! I desired history." - Josué Pagnol, lamenting that his clan's history was largely told through legends of Set

CharactersEdit

TerminologyEdit

Aeon, Akhu, Apep, Duat, Horus, Isis, Nahuallotl, Osiris, Sadhana, Sekhmet, Serpents of the Light, Set, Tlacique, Typhon, Wanga

ReferencesEdit

Previous book:
VTM: Clanbook: Tzimisce Revised Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip
Game Books
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Next book:
VTM: Clanbook: Giovanni Revised Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip

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