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Written by: Robert Hatch
Developed by: Jennifer Hartshorn
Edited by: Laura Perkinson
Art Director: Richard Thomas
Layout and Typesetting: Matt Milberger
Art: John Cobb and Joshua Gabriel Timbrook
Front Cover: Timothy Bradstreet, Grant Goleash
Back Cover: Aileen E. Miles
Special Thanks Brad "The Accountant" Butkovich, for discovering the low, low cost of Fragile Path.
Wes "Beta or VHS?" Harris, for his smart video shopping in Japan.
Mike "Apollo 666" Krause, for blending right in on the moonshot.
Danny "Die Danny Die" Landers, for making everyone's life interesting.
Elizabeth "Saturn Girl" McKee, for unloading the Festiva.
Christian "No Steenkin' Badges" Naberhaus, for what he didn't take to Hong Kong.
Stephe "Cookie Monster" Pagel, for his macadamia nuts.
Jane "Ms. Hathaway" Palmer, for reoprting directly to "the chief".
Fred "Elfboy" Yelk, for burning the midnight oil over the schedule.
Diane "Spreadsheet" Zamojski, for knowing how to run the numbers.
Sarah "The Communicator" Timbrook, for knowing for to fax France.
Rachel "Exchange Student" Blaine, for helping out our newest employee.
Greg "So Welcome" Fountain, for making us all warm and fuzzy at the All Hands meeting.
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 1995
Pages: 72
Year: 1995
Publication #: WW 02061
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-216-6
Price: $12.00 US

Clanbook: Tzimisce is the sourcebook on the Tzimisce clan for Vampire: The Masquerade Second Edition.


From the White Wolf catalog:

Called "fiends" even by other vampires, the Tzimisce are the masterminds behind the dread Sabbat; their atrocities have given rise to the mortals' legends of vampires stalking human prey in the night. In rejecting their humanity, the Tzimisce hope to attain something far more wondrous. Should they achieve their aim, Kindred and kine alike will have reason to fear.
Clanbook: Tzimisce includes:
  • The history of the clan and its role in the formation of the Sabbat;
  • Details on the clan's mastery of Vicissitude, sorcery and the Blood Bond;
  • A nightmarish array of grotesquely transformed servitors.

Chapter One: Into the House of FiendsEdit

The Fiend Alexei inducts his childe Julia into the ways of the clan.

Chapter Two: Fiends Among UsEdit

A history of the Tzimisce, from the Anarch Revolt to the modern nights.

Chapter Three: To Sup with FiendsEdit

Perspectives on the Tzimisce Embrace, the clan's factions, the clan's views of outsiders, the blood bond, and the various fleshcrafted ghouls found in service to the Fiends, as well as new Merits and Flaws and Vicissitude powers.

Chapter Four: A Cavalcade of FiendsEdit

A selection of Tzimisce character templates.

Appendix: Fiends Most InfamousEdit

Profiles on several notable and notorious Tzimisce.

Background InformationEdit

The back cover illustration depicts a Tzimisce whose face is fleshcrafted to resemble pierced female genitalia; this fact caused the Clanbook to be distributed in a brown paper wrapper once it was noticed by retailers.

Memorable QuotesEdit



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