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Credits
Written by: Russell Bailey, David Chart, Ray Fawkes, Howard David Ingham and Chuck Wendig. Prologue and Interludes by Chuck Wendig.
Developer: Ray Fawkes
Creative Director: Rich Thomas
Production Manager: matt milberger
Editor: Scibendi.com
Art Director: Craig S Grant
Book Design: Craig S Grant
Cover Design: Craig S Grant and matt milberger
Interior Art: John Christopher, Miguel Coimbra, Jeremy Enecio, Tariq Hassan, Michel Koch, Mathias Kollros, Peter Mohrbacher, Marco Nelor, Matias Tapia, Cathy Wilkins
Special Thanks
To Rich, matt, Ray, Will, and all the writers for giving me such a wonderful sandbox to play in.

- Craig

With utmost respect and admiration to all those who gave us the Camarilla in its previous and present incarnations, and to all those who filled it out in play. Thanks to you, the name is fraught with meaning and memory - making our job that much more challenging and enjoyable. CAMARILLA VICTA!
– Ray

Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: January 23, 2008
Pages: 239
Year: 320
Publication #: WW 25307
Reference #: ISBN 978-1-58846-271-8
PDF: DriveThruRPG.com Bullet-pdf.png Bullet-nip
Price: $29.99
PDF: $17.99

Fall of the Camarilla is a sourcebook for Vampire: The Requiem, expanding upon the RFR: Requiem for Rome Rulebook Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip. The second book set in ancient Rome, it is a chronicle set in the last years of Rome (320 CE onwards), depicting the fall of the Camarilla.

Summary Edit

From the Onyx Path catalog:

We have been lying for decades.
The terrible truth is that the gods have fallen silent.
Only thieves and liars speak for them now.
The prophecies you hear are nothing but a desperate attempt to rally our forces.
How can they succeed?
You see that chaos rules Necropolis now.
You know the Camarilla is doomed.
--Kemnebi, Vaticinator of the Cult of Augurs
This book includes:
  • An epic, companion Chronicle for Requiem for Rome, that's detailing the end of the last great unified society of vampires. A comprehensive resource for Storytellers to run the chronicle from the very first sign of trouble to the calamitous finale a hundred years later.
  • Rules to allow players to play the chronicle from multiple perspectives as heroes of the doomed Camarilla or instigators of the final collapse. Detailed scenes allow them to take advantage of political opportunity to seize power and steer history, indulge in decadent escape unparalleled in modern nights, or bathe in the blood of their hated enemies.
  • New information about the true origins of three of the modern covenants are included in scenes allowing players to witness the spectacle of ancient betrayal and inspiration. Includes new rules for arena competition, blood magic rituals, and a resource for running Chronicles set in Byzantium, the first true seat of Sanctified power.
Fall of the Camarilla is a supplement for the Chronicles of Darkness game Vampire: The Requiem.

PrologueEdit

IntroductionEdit

The Supporting CastEdit

Chapter One: Nights of GloryEdit

Chapter Two: God's SpearmanEdit

Chapter Three: Vandals in the City of EmperorsEdit

Appendix I: Sample CoterieEdit

Appendix II: Slouching towards ByzantiumEdit

Appendix III: Rome TonightEdit

Scene Flowcharts and Scene CardsEdit

EpilogueEdit

Background Information Edit

Memorable Quotes Edit

Characters Edit

References Edit

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