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Authors: Gavin Bennett, Genevieve Cogman, Chris Hartford and Adam Tinworth.
Storyteller game system designed by: Mark Rein•Hagen
Additional Material: Aaron Dembski-Bowden, Myranda Kalis, Matthew McFarland
Development: Matthew McFarland
Consultants: Ryan Green, Lisa J. Steele
Editor: Diane Piron-Gelman
Art Direction, Layour & Typesetting: Becky Jollensten
Interior Art: David Day, Jim Di Bartolo, Steve Ellis, Rebecca Guay, Matthew Mitchell and John Wigley
Front Cover Art: Jeremy Jarvis
Front & Back Cover Design: Becky Jollensten
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 2003
Pages: 152
Year: 1230
Publication #: WW 20021
Reference #: ISBN 1-58846-290-0
Price: $21.95 U.S.

Dark Ages: British Isles is a sourcebook for the British Isles (comprising England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales) during the Dark Ages setting. This book is the first of several to cover an aspect of the Dark Ages setting for all four Dark Ages game lines (Vampire, Mage, Inquisitor and Werewolf), and the only geographical sourcebook to cover all four games.


From the White Wolf catalog:

The Land is Ancient
Mithras of London fancies the Isles as his domain, but the land is far older than even he. Ancient vampires lurk in the fens and wolf-men stalk the moors. The Church has taken hold here, but worshippers of far older gods call upon power than no follower of Christ has ever known. And somewhere beyond the mist the fae laugh, for they were here before any other.
Here There Be Monsters
Dark Ages: British Isles is the first regional sourcebook for the revised Dark Ages line. It includes the history of the land, information on the major cities in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, and details on how the supernatural denizens of Europe interact and conflict with the inhabitants of the Isles, mortal and otherwise.

Prelude: One City, Many SoulsEdit


Chapter One: History of the IslesEdit

Chapter Two: The Lands and the PeopleEdit

Chapter Three: The Hidden IslesEdit

Chapter Four: Liars, Sinners, Zealots and BeastsEdit

Chapter Five: StorytellingEdit

Background InformationEdit

Content that was cut from the book for page count considerations was made available for download from White Wolf's website under the title "Dark Ages: British Isles Casualties". This material adds further detail to the history of the setting and to the role of ghosts, fae and demons in the Isles.

Memorable QuotesEdit




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