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Credits
Written by: David Brookshaw and Malcolm Sheppard
Developer: Matthew McFarland
Editor: Michelle Lyons-McFarland
Creative Director: Richard Thomas
Art Direction and Design: Mike Chaney
Interior Art: Joel Biske, Justin Norman, Michael Wm. Kaluta, Vatche Mavalian, & Brian LeBlanc
Front Cover Art: Andrew Trabbold
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Imprint: White Wolf
Published: November 7, 2012
Pages: 95
Year: 2012
PDF: DriveThruRPG.com Bullet-pdf.png Bullet-nip
Price: $18.99
PDF: $13.99

Left-Hand Path is a sourcebook for Mage: The Awakening. It focuses on the mages who use forbidden magics.

Summary Edit

From the Onyx Path catalog:

"It wouldn't be magic's cutting edge if it didn't make someone bleed."
-- Carbon, founder of the Cloud Infinite Reapers
The Price of Disobedience
All societies have rules--even societies of mages. But rules were made to be broken. For the Awakened, shattered laws raise sinister forces. The Left-Hand Path tempts sorcerers with forbidden power, fulfilling their desires at the risk of ostracism, madness or damnation. In exile, more of them thrive than the Pentacle admits, challenging the peril to their souls ... and uniting in common cause. Look Beneath the Surface.
A Character Book for Mage the Awakening
  • The magical practices banned by Consilium and order
  • Details on Apostates and Heretics, mages on the fringe of Awakened society
  • Secrets of the Mad, dangerous and obsessed mages whose Wisdom failed
  • The hidden threat of the Tremere liches, their goal of summoning the Sixth Watchtower and their methods of Reaping souls
  • The history, society, philosophy, and powers of the Scelesti, mages who worship the Abyss

Prologue: The Veil, Nothing More Edit

Introduction Edit

Part One: Heretics and Apostates Edit

Part Two: The Mad Ones Edit

Part Three: The Scelesti Edit

Part Four: Reapers Edit

Background Information Edit

Memorable Quotes Edit

Characters Edit

References Edit

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Previous book:
MTAw: Imperial Mysteries Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip
Game Books
Mage: The Awakening books
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