|Written by:||Bruce Baugh|
|Developed by:||Justin Achilli|
|Art Director:||Richard Thomas|
|Layout & Typesetting:||Becky Jollensten|
|Interior Art:||Michael Gaydos, Leif Jones, Andrew Trabbold, Drew Tucker, Christopher Shy|
|Front Cover Art:||John Van Fleet|
|Front & Back Cover Design:||Becky Jollensten|
| Special Thanks, Summer Convention Season Edition|
Dean “Unrelenting” Burnham, for two solid weeks of nonstop punishment.
Mike “Stank” Tinney, for renting the room that smelled like old lady armpits.
Jess “Correspondence” Heinig, for trying desperately to create an airport that came to him. Twice.
John “What the Funk?” Chambers, for “rescuing” the jukebox from Garth Brooks and the Backstreet Boys.
Conrad “Zoomtard” Hubbard, for nearly dying twice and being utterly unaware.
Fred “Naptard” Yelk, for calling it quits on the first night but growing progressively more psychotic over the rest of the trip.
Chad “Von Tabs” Brown, for pills & thrills & bellyaches.
Brian “Wingman” Glass, for being there every second of the two-week journey into the guts of debauchery.
Tim “Whoah” Avers, for learning about titty bars the hard way.
Steve “Patience, Grasshopper” Wieck, for not ninja-kicking the bejeezus out of those three drunken hooligans battering down his door at half past two.
Spirit Creek, for hosting the GenCon party.
Lost Goth and Big Daddy Thwak, for, well, porn.
| Their Own Circle of Hell|
BAM BAM BAM BAM BAM! “Housekeeping! Clean your room?”
A correction: Ree Soesbee’s “Additional Material” credit was inadvertently left out of Clanbook: Tremere.
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc.|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Published:||December 26, 2001|
|Publication #:||WW 02362|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-58846-201-3|
|Price:|| Print: $16.79|
Clanbook: Lasombra Revised is a sourcebook for Vampire: The Masquerade Revised Edition. The book focuses on clan Lasombra and delves into the clan's relationship with the Sabbat, the supernatural darkness which it commands, and Lasombra's roots in the Mediterranean and connection with the sea.
- From the White Wolf Catalog:
Introduction: The Darkness Claims You Edit
Chapter One: An Unmirrored Corridor Edit
Lessons given by various Lasombra, prepared by Andrew (now a Bishop) for his neonate pack, covering the history of the clan and the Sabbat. The third lesson covers the Great Revolt, and specifically the murder and diablerie of [Lasombra], and brings to light considerable discrepancies in the Sabbat accounts. The chapter ends with a suicide note written by Ming, a member of Andrew's pack who becomes antitribu, who killed herself by waiting for the sun in Seattle on June 12, 2000.
Chapter Two: The Keepers' Unlit Halls Edit
Andrew's lessons continue, detailing the traditions of the modern Clan Lasombra, including a great amount of detail on how to select a mortal for the Embrace and the systematic destruction of that mortal's life that is the traditional test of worthiness. The chapter also covers the various factions and philosophies that exist within the clan, how the clan interacts with both Sabbat and Camarilla (the latter including a section on the antitribu),and new mechanics for Lasombra characters, including Abilities, Merits and Flaws, variations on the Path of Night, and a detailed treatment of Obtenebration, with a separate treatise on the Abyss.
Chapter Three: New Shadows Edit
Character templates (Accuser; Angry Young Man; Baleful Avenger; Successful Mass Embracee; Pirate; Revolutionary; Broker for the Damned; Crusader Out of Time; Harpy; Student of the Abyss), notable Lasombra and a sample brood, Black Eagle Consulting, Inc.
"Yes, I'm sure the pain where your family, your job, your standing in the community once were is sharp." - Andrew Emory in his letter to his prospective childe
- Bishop Andrew Emory
- A recently-appointed Bishop in 2001, well-respected and in charge of his own pack, despite having been Embraced only ten years previously.
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