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|Developer:||Richard E. Dansky|
|Art Director:||Richard Thomas|
|Layout & Typsesetting:||Brian Glass|
|Artists:||Anthony Hightower, Christopher Shy, Andy Trabbold|
|Front Cover Art:||John Bolton|
|Back Cover Art:||Richard Thomas|
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc.|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-56504-212-3|
From the White Wolf catalog:
- It Is the Hour of the Usurper
- Nowhere is safe for Saulot's childer. Once they were revered by mortal and Cainite alike. They were healers to kings and princes; once, but no longer. Now the Salubri are hunted across Europe. There is no place safe from the fury of Saulot's murderers, and the number of those who can resist grow even fewer.
- Shall the Prey Become the Hunter?
Chapter One: A Winter's TaleEdit
A Tremere plots to murder the Salubri nun who has taken refuge in his house.
Chapter Two: The TriumvirateEdit
Information on the clan structure that remains, including the duties of the warriors and healers. Also includes information on the history of the clan, including information on the Baali Wars.
Chapter Three: Miscellanea et DemonicaEdit
How the Salubri feel towards and exist with the other clans, even as they are spurned by many of them. Also has information on the clan society, including their practices regarding the Embrace and on feeding.
Chapter Four: The Powers of the RighteousEdit
Chapter Five: The Hosts of HeavenEdit
Character templates demonstrating the diverse range of Salubri characters possible.
Appendix: Noteworthy SeekersEdit
Those who are left and still hold influence among the Salubri.
Appendix II: Of Historical NoteEdit
A note on Ahab, and closing notes on a study of the Salubri.
- Saulot - Clan founder, now dead.
- Ahab, the Traitor - Blamed by many Salubri for allowing the Tremere to kill Saulot.
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