|Authors:||Leonard Balsera, Adam Koebel, Ryan Macklin, Josh Roby, Malcolm Sheppard|
|Editor:||David A Hill Jr|
|Creative Director:||Richard Thomas|
|Art Direction and Design:||Mike Chaney|
|Cover Art:||Christopher Shy|
|Interior Art:||Joel Biske, Andrew Trabbold, Borja Puig Linares, Justin Norman, Vince Locke|
|Special Thanks:|| Rich Thomas and Eddy Webb for handling Disbursements.|
Leonard Balsera for forging one hell of a business relationship and your years of Inspired service.
Adam Koebel for being a sexy poster boy for the almighty Syndicate.
Josh Roby for channeling... nay, embodying the almighty soda machine.
Malcolm Sheppard for going above and beyond quota this quarter with some truly Inspired accounting.
Lillian Cohen-Moore for using her Enlightened history Procedures.
Jeremy Tidwell for his real-world knowledge of Syndicate operations. And for the nightmares.
Ian Watson for Enforcing you-know-who.
David Gallo and Colin Jessup for their Extraordinary efforts. Expect a bonus.
|Publisher:||Onyx Path Publishing|
|Published:||July 31, 2013|
At long last, these Revised Convention Books continue the set started with 2002's , which until now stood on its own as the only such book.
From the White Wolf catalog:
Advocate to the Masses
Of everyone in the Ascension War — Traditionalists, Nephandi, and even other Technocrats — no one gets humanity quite like the Syndicate. The Convention of Cash doesn’t try to change people, and it doesn’t have the hubris of believing it should make the Masses “better” as its fellow Conventions do. No, the Syndicate knows that the status quo keeps the world safe… and keeps them in the penthouse. The Syndicate distributes money and Primal Energy through the Technocratic Union, and that gives it power over the Union’s policies. But that might not be enough to prevent the New World Order and others from crippling the Masses worse than the Traditions ever could.
A World Occupied
Between the lows — hypereconomics backlash and market crashes — and the highs — crowdfunding and the reputation economy — this is an interesting time to be in the Syndicate. Convention Book: Syndicate updates Mage: the Ascension with fresh 21st century ideas of the Convention everyone loves to despise, in ways that will change how you see them.
| Previous book:|
| Game Books|
Mage: The Ascension books
| Next book:|