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03063
Authors: Brian Campbell, Harry Heckel, Heather Heckel, Deena McKinney, Ethan Skemp, Kathleen Ryan
Additional Material: Aron Anderson, Aileen E. Miles
Storyteller Game System: Mark Rein•Hagen
Developer: Ethan Skemp
Editor: Aileen E. Miles
Art Direction: Aileen E. Miles
Artists: Andrew Bates, Michael Gaydos, Steve Prescott, Jeff Rebner, Ray Snyder, Ron Spencer, Richard Thomas, Drew Tucker, Melissa Uran
Kanji: Kathleen Ryan, Joshua Gabriel Timbrook
Comic Book Art: Joshua Gabriel Timbrook
Back Cover Art: Andrew Bates
Cover Design: Aileen E. Miles
Layout & Typesetting: Aileen E. Miles
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 1998
Pages: 191
Year: 1998
Publication #: WW 03063
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-338-3
Price: $20.00

Hengeyokai: Shapeshifters of the East is a supplement for Werewolf: The Apocalypse that details the Fera and Garou found in the Far East of Japan, China, and Korea.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf catalog:

The Courts of the Beasts
My cousin, you seem confused. Did you truly expect that our ways would be as your own? Did you think that we fight your battles against this Wyrm? Cousin, you have much to learn. Perhaps we shall share our wisdom and ways with you. Then again, perhaps not.
One with Gaia, but a World Apart
If you want to see how the Changing Breeds are different in the East this is your book. Hengeyokai examines the shapeshifters of the East, describing their unique cultures and secret magics. Learn how the Tengu differ from their Western Corax brethren and how they view the face of the Eastern Umbra. What's more, the secrets of the elusive Kitsune werefoxes are fully revealed here, making this a complete Changing Breed book, as well! Do you really want to miss this one?

Legends of the Garou: An Inauspicious BurialEdit

A story that involves a Stargazer coming to the Middle Kingom to bury his master as he encounters a Wave Sentai of Hengeyokai who are to meet a Wu of Kuei-jin. Sadly, the Stargazer became involved in something he was not expecting.

Introduction: The Changing PhantomsEdit

Chapter One: Lands of the Emerald MotherEdit

Chapter Two: The TapestryEdit

Chapter Three: Lords of the Beast Courts Edit

This chapter gives details on the Hengeyokai that roam the Middle Kingdom, be they of the Beast Courts, or servants of their own masters and litanies. Details are provided for the Hakken (werewolves), Khan (weretigers), Kumo (werespiders), Nezumi (wererats), Nagah (wereserpents), Tengu (wereravens) and Zhong Lung (weredragons).

Chapter Four: Weapons and AntagonistsEdit

Chapter Five: The Nine-TailsEdit

This goes into full details on the Kitsune, the wayward 'new' members of the Beast Courts and those who follow their own way. Character Creation, list of Gifts are also listed here.

Chapter Six: Birth of the YoungestEdit

Chapter Seven: The Courtly DanceEdit

Chapter Eight: Opening of the EyesEdit

Appendix: Nobles Among NoblesEdit

Background InformationEdit

Memorable QuotesEdit

CharactersEdit

TerminologyEdit

Age of the Dawning, Age of Legend, Age of Shadows, Age of Sorrow, Age of the Ten Thousand Things, Age of Testing, Bakemono, Fist, Hakken, Hengeyokai, Ju-Fu, Khan, Kitsune, Kumo, Lantern, Leaf, Mirror, Nagah, Nezumi, Pillar, Same-Bito, Tengu, Zhong Lung

ReferencesEdit

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