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Vtmbloodandfire
Credits
Written by: Richard E. Dansky, Cynthia Summers and Christopher Howard
Developed by: Jennifer Hartshorn and Robert Hatch
Edited by: Ronni Radner
Vice President in Charge of Production: Richard Thomas
Art Director: Aileen E. Miles, Lawrence Snelly
Interior Art: Jason Brubaker, Dennis Calero, Richard Clark, James Daly, Fred Harper, Eric Hotz, Leif Jones, Larry MacDougal, Andrew Ritchie, Andrew Robinson, Alex Sheikman, E. Allen Smith
Front & Back Cover Design: Kathleen Ryan
Layout and Typesetting: Katie McCaskill
Special Thanks To:

Thanks to Jen Hartshorn, for her love of beauty and tolerance of grotesquerie; to Sean Bajar, for never really getting a shot; to George Schmauch, for his verbal and pictorial prowess; to Trace O'Connor, a lady of great dignity and class; to Elizabeth Folkes, for slogging through to our doom; to Lisa Charlton, for actually having a clue; to Lori Sanders, who'd damn well better come back and split a pitcher or three with me; to Roger Smith, catalogue artiste nonpareil; to Bruce Butkovich, who will soon be laughing at us from center stage at the Roxy amid a deluge of women's undergarments; to Dave Remy -- vaya con Dios, 'cause you can't tell which way the train went by looking at the tracks, and don't step on any rabid Ariolimax columbianus; to Remy Blaine for being dedication personified; to Cindy Mayberry, Ghost of Ads Future; to Steve Smelker for doing his duty on the West Coast; and last but certainly not least, to Joshua Gabriel Timbrook, who is an immensely talented artist and an even better friend.
You will all be missed.
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: Black Dog Game Factory
Published: April 1, 1996
Pages: 120
Year: 1666
Publication #: WW 02091
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-251-4
PDF: DriveThruRPG.com Bullet-rpg Bullet-nip
Price: Print: $18.99
Digital: $10.99

Giovanni Chronicles II: Blood & Fire is the second installation of the Giovanni Chronicles. Taking place in 1666, it follows the Children of Isaac more than two centuries after the circumstances of their chaotic Embrace. The Children are asked by the Founders to investigate why the Giovanni seem to be stealing rare manuscripts, and what exactly they are plotting to do with them.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf Catalog:
Continuing the saga begun in The Last Supper, Blood and Fire embroils the characters in a deadly struggle against the nascent Giovanni clan.
Its members, foul necromancers all, seek nothing less than apotheosis.
Only the characters have a chance to thwart the Giovanni's schemes and prevent the clan from ascending to ruleship over all existence.

ChaptersEdit

IntroductionEdit

An introduction to the historical setting, characters, and a brief recap of what transpired in the first installment. An overview of the entire storyline.

Act One: Unholy BanditsEdit

Players are summoned to Rome by the Founders and told that Cappadocius had accumulated a large library of ancient religious texts. These texts are now missing, and Ambrogino Giovanni is the likely culprit.

Act Two: The Black MonasteryEdit

The players trace the manuscripts to a Sabbat stronghold in the Swiss Alps, and learn who else has been tracking him.

Act Three: FlashpointEdit

The players pursue the manuscripts in London, and discover even more enemies in the process.

AppendicesEdit

Background InformationEdit

Memorable QuotesEdit

CharactersEdit

ReferencesEdit

Children of Isaac, Apotheosis,

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VTM: Masquerade of the Red Death Trilogy Vol.3: The Unbeholden Bullet-fiction
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VTM: Book of the Kindred Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip

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