|Authors:||Gavin Bennett, Bjorn T. Boe, Ally Chilson, Ben Grivno, Heather Grove, Harry Heckel, Heather Heckel, Shannon W. Hennessy, Ellen P. Kiley, James Kiley, Carrie Ann Lewis, Krister M. Michl, Matthew J. Rourke|
|Additional Contributions:||Lisa Charlton, Jonathan McFarland, Matthew McFarland, Hanneke van Keulen|
|Vampire and the World of Darkness created by:||Mark Rein•Hagen|
|Storyteller Game System designed by:||Mark Rein•Hagen|
|Art Direction:||Becky Jollensten|
|Interior Art:||Mike Chaney, John Cobb, Stephen Eidson, Tom Gianni, Steve Prescott, Mark Smylie, James Stowe, Richard Thomas|
|Cover Design:||Becky Jollensten|
|Layout & Typesetting:||Becky Jollensten|
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc.|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Published:||March 3, 2003|
|Publication #:||WW 20005|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-58846-284-6|
From the White Wolf catalog:
- The Prophecies Have Come
The 10 tribes of Garou once raged across the Dark Medieval, secure that none could challenge their power. They defended their sacred places without fear of man, Cainite or beast. But now that the first prophecy has come to pass, the werewolves know fear. Will the other visions come to pass as well? Can the Garou prevent them? Even if they can, how much blood must be spilled to do so?
- By the Light of the Blood Moon
This book is a complete, hardcover resource for playing the werewolves of the Dark Medieval world, in the tradition of Dark Ages: Vampire and Dark Ages: Mage. It contains comprehensive information on werewolf society, special rites, Gifts from the spirits and descriptions of their dire enemies, as well as a look at the Dark Medieval from the perspective of these savage shapeshifters.
Legends of the Garou: The Mettle of a LeaderEdit
A small introductory tale to this scenario.
An introduction to the world of the Garou of Europe in 1230, and a lexicon of common terms.
Chapter One: The Darkening WorldEdit
The culture of the Dark Medieval Garou, including rules, rites, and language, as well as quick notes on Garou history, current supernatural enemies, and where the Garou call home.
Chapter Two: The GarouEdit
Notes on the Breeds, Auspices, and the ten tribes of Europe: the Black Furies, the Bone Gnawers, the Children of Gaia, the Fenrir, the Fianna, the Red Talons, the Shadow Lords, the Silent Striders, the Silver Fangs, and the Warders of Men.
Chapter Three: Characters and DramaEdit
Chapter Four: The Gifts of the SpiritsEdit
The Gifts available to the Garou at this period in history, organized by Breed, Auspice, and tribe. Also in this section are the available rites.
Chapter Five: The Invisible WorldEdit
Chapter Six: The EnemyEdit
Chapter Seven: StorytellingEdit
How to create and run a Dark Ages: Werewolf chronicle, including story ideas.
- Aten Kills-With-Fire
- Brother Belvedere
- Catherine Web-Breaker
- Elizaveta of Blovice
- Helen of Genoa
- Joseph of London
- Masha Bitter-Wine
- Nikolai Eyes-of-Shadow
- Torments the Foe
- Yvonne Hidden-Voices
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