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Author: Greg Stolze
Developer: Robert Hatch
Editor: John Chambers
Art Direction: Richard Thomas
Artist: Guy Davis
Cover Art: Guy Davis and Vince Locke
Layout, Typesetting and Design: Ron Thompson
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: September, 1999
Pages: 24
Year: 2008
Publication #: WW 08503
Reference #: 1-56504-630-7
Price: $4.95 US

Exposé: Aberrants is the sourcebook for the Aberrants, the titular allegiance in the storytelling game Aberrant.


From the White Wolf catalog:

The Center Cannot Hold
Fugitives... murderers... or unsung heroes? The controversial Aberrants faction is outgunned, outnumbered and has the weight of the world against it. Aberrants wouldn't have it any other way.
The Price of Liberty
Exposé: Aberrants details the nascent Aberrants organization and its fight against Aeon's Project Utopia. An entire organization sourcebook for Aberrant players and Storytellers alike.
* Details the structure, methodology and key figures of the Aberrant world's pivotal group
* A faction small enough to take control of readily
* Three sample characters suitable for beginning players

Setting Material Edit

The first half of the book contains various source documents, from transcripts of interviews and meetings to news reports and emails, detailing the Aberrant's discussions of Project Utopia and their current theories and suspicions about Slider's murder.

Structure, Goals and Methodology Edit

The out-of-character section details the various factions within the Aberrants, their influence around the globe, their relationships with the other major nova allegiances, and their major personnel.

Background Information Edit

"The Center Cannot Hold" is a quotation from W. B. Yeats' poem "The Second Coming"; other lines from the poem are used in the back cover blurb for Aberrant Worldwide: Phase I.


André Corbin 
Slider's only confidant about her worries, and publicly the chief suspect in her murder
Sophia Rousseau 
Co-founder of the Aberrants, and a total mystery to the everyone, her allies included
Chad "The Living Wreck" Berger 
Chicago's municipal defender and a friend of Corbin's
Kimberly Dame 
perhaps the oldest nova alive, she joined the Aberrants because she remembers the original Æon Society
Dr. Toren Cargill, aka "Doctor Worm" 
Philosopher, disgraced academic and outspoken critic of Project Utopia
Jennifer "Slider" Landers 
T2M sweetheart whose murder brought the Aberrants together
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