|Written by:||Brad Freeman|
|Developed by:||Andrew Greenberg|
|Edited by:||Alara Rogers|
|Art Director:||Richard Thomas|
|Art:||John Bridges, Joshua Gabriel Timbrook|
|Cover:||Timothy Bradstreet, Grant Goleash|
|Back Cover Art:||Chris McDonough, Joshua Gabriel Timbrook|
|Back Cover Art:||Andrew Greenberg, Richard Thomas|
| Special Thanks To:
Mark “Riding Hood” Rein•Hagen, for turning little and red when his grandma came a-knockin’.
Stewart “Hawker” Wieck, for his reaction to going to all the local basketball games.
Ken “Upwardly Mobile” Cliffe, for his promotion -now he’s the only Coordinated Developer we have.
Josh “Extorted and Contorted” Timbrook, for the sacrifices he makes to get top-notch artwork.
Wes “St. Nick” Harris, for what he better bring us after his Christmas trip to England.
Rene “Needle and Thread” Lilly, for popping her buttons ‘cause Dougie’s in town.
Rob “Worse than Dogs” Hatch, for his culinary expertise.
Travis “Vacation Man” Williams, for missing his flight and then getting rained on five out of seven days in “sunny California.”
Andrew “Stinky” Greenberg, for putting long back hair-I mean long hair back in style.
Richard “Norman Rockwell” Thomas, for his all-American christmas card.
Sam “Norman Bates” Chupp, for what his Christmas cards should have looked like.
Chris “Junior” McDonough, for now we know where he gets his mouth from.
William “Fanboy” Hale, for finagling a secondhand Ice-T autograph.
Bill “Popped” Bridges, for enjoying Ice-T for the first time (he almost made it into the pit).
Benjamin “Friendly Fire” Monk, Jr., for sending up trial balloons when Bill is around.
Lyndi “The Professional” Hathaway, for carrying her loser partner in Four-Square.
Alara “Domestic Violence” Rogers, for what’s gonna happen to her fiance if he keeps applying for the same job she’s after.
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc.|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Publication #:||WW 02052|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-56504-046-5|
- From the White Wolf Catalog:
Introduction: The Book of Clan GangrelEdit
Chapter One: A Brief History of Clan GangrelEdit
How did the Gangrel come into being, and how does their past supposedly tie into that of the Garou? Also details where Gangrel can be found around the world and what differences exist between them.
Chapter Two: Gangrel CultureEdit
Chapter Three: The Gangrel and OthersEdit
Chapter Four: Gangrel TemplatesEdit
Ten Gangrel templates, for use and abuse.
Chapter Five: Gangrel of NoteEdit
The heads of the Gangrel pack.
- Dr. Raoul King: The Gonzo Gangrel, whose notes and observations are spread throughout the book.
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