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Authors: Richard E. Dansky, Ed Hall, Michael Lee, and Adam Tinworth
Foreign Language Translations: Kristine Bravo
Developer: Ken Cliffe
Editor: Ed Hall
Art Director: Richard Thomas
Layout and Typesetting: Pauline Benney
Interior Art: Mitch Byrd, Kyle Hotz, Jeff Rebner, and Brad Rigliey
Front Cover Art: Tommy Lee Edwards, and Melissa Edwards
Front & Back Cover Design: Pauline Benney
Playtesters: Thérèse Gaughan, Matt Honeyball, Martyn Meeks and John Shockley
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 2000
Pages: 120
Year: 2000 (cWOD)
Publication #: WW8105
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-741-9
Price: $15.95

The Walking Dead is an enemy book for Hunter: The Reckoning.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf catalog:

Behold a Pale Horse...
Graves yawn wide. Spirits haunt the living. Corpses pursue perverse agendas from beyond the grave. The gates to the next world swing wide. Is it the end of the world? Not if hunters can help it. Theirs is the power to put the dead to rest — once and for all.
...and His Name That Sat on Him was Death
Hunter: The Walking Dead explores and explains the proliferation of ghosts and zombies in the lands of the living. These monsters are hunters' greatest enemies - they're everywhere and are clearly abominations against everything right and natural. And yet, why do hunters' emergence and the rise of spirits seem to coincide? What is the hidden connection between the imbued and the restless dead?

Prologue: Dead Men WalkingEdit

John O'Malley, aka Cop90, takes on what will be his last monster.

IntroductionEdit

Chapter One: The Enemy WithinEdit

The monster Ichmail appears on hunter-net.org and gives details on The Orphic Circle, with the hunters questioning how he got in.

Chapter Two: The Enemy of my EnemyEdit

The new user Carpenter169 appears on hunter-net to give more information on the walking dead. But Witness1 and Cabbie22 find out something shocking about their new guest.

Chapter Three: Stranger in a Dead LandEdit

Shaka74 goes to Haiti to study the restless dead there, and finds more than he bargined for.

Chapter Four: Speaking Ill of the DeadEdit

Carpenter returns to give the hunters information on Vampires, but can he be trusted?

Chapter Five: Descent into DeathEdit

Oracle171 goes to verify Ichmail's information on the Orphic Circle, and almost succumbs to the dangers there.

Chapter Six: Ties to the DeadEdit

Ichmail and Carpenter have an argument, as Carpenter's time on Earth runs out.

Chapter Seven: Rules & StorytellingEdit

New rules for portraying the Walking Dead.

Background InformationEdit

This book was part of the Year of Revelations.

Memorable QuotesEdit

"You're the fucking janitor - or more appropriately his mop, bucket and broom!" - Carpenter169

CharactersEdit

Witness1 
Founder of Hunter-net and Visionary.
Cabbie22 
Cab Driver and Defender.
Bookworm55 
Founder of Vitalis and Innocent.
Pilot56 
NSA agent.
Ichmail 
Kuei-jin and former member of the Orphic Circle.
Gardener67 
Hunter killed by ghosts.
Cop90 
Former Cop turned Avenger.
Potter116 
New Age Redeemer.
Carpenter169 
Former gangster turned Risen.
Oracle171 
Innocent seemingly host to Something.
Alleyman222 
Aka Peleus, racist wayward.

ReferencesEdit

Previous book:
HTR: Hunter Book: Judge Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip
Game Books
Hunter: The Reckoning books
Next book:
Hunter Book: Innocent

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