For the organization from Hunter: The Reckoning, see Judgment Day (HTR).
Author Bruce Baugh
Cover art: Christopher Shy
Interior art: Joshua Gabriel Timbrook
Book design: Aileen E. Miles
Art direction: Richard Thomas
Copyediting: Ana Balka
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: March 2004
Pages: 350
Year: 2004
Publication #: WW 11912
Reference #: ISBN 1-58846-857-7
Price: $7.99

Judgment Day is the third book in the Time of Judgment Trilogy, and the final novel for Mage: The Ascension. Judgment Day is set against a backdrop of Armageddon and Ascension. The novel ties into the game rulebook Ascension (book) and, loosely, to the other books published under the Time of Judgment banner. The three protagonists of the novel are the Dreamspeaker mage Robert Blanclege, the Iterator Technocrat William Albacastle, and the Wu Keng mage Ming Xian, with a few chapters from the point of view of the Virtual Adept Oracle Dante.


From the White Wolf catalog:

Ascension Is At Hand
A war for reality has raged unabated for centuries between mages of the mystical Nine Traditions and the authoritarian and rational Technocratic Union. Each side has held up the standard of universal enlightenment, but each has fractured and cracked the very nature of reality in a constant quest for victory. Now, as entropy takes a final hold and forced ascension envelops the universe, there remains only for the weight of sins to be judged before all returns to its primal state.
Three disparate mages are thrust center stage in this process by agents of the mysterious Rogue Council. Can the fate of Creation lie in their hands?
Mage: Judgment Day is the final act of the Time of Judgment, telling the story of a wide-ranging Armageddon among the supernatural entities of the World of Darkness.
Act Three of Three

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