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Authors: Zach Bush (Assamite Sorcery, Lowest of the Damned (Assamite, Followers of Set, Ravnos, Tactics)), Michael Butler, (Brothers of a Different Blood), Michael A. Goodwin (Discipline Techniques, Thaumaturgy, Merits and Flaws), Jacob Klünder (Advanced Disciplines), Ari Marmell (Lowest of the Damned (Domains, Traditions, and Perversions), Playing the Low Clans), Sarah Roark (Prelude, Lowest of the Damned (Gangrel, Malkavian, Nosferatu, Tremere, Traditions, and Perversions)) Janet Trautvetter (Those Who Hunt The Night).
Additional Material: Matthew McFarland
Vampire and the World of Darkness created by: Mark Rein•Hagen
Storyteller Game System designed by: Mark Rein•Hagen
Development: Matthew McFarland
Editor: Ellen P. Kiley
Art Direction: Becky Jollensten
Interior Art: Colin Adams, Mike Chaney, David Day, Jim Di Bartolo, Steve Eidson, Brian LeBlanc, James Stowe
Cover Art: Adrian Smith
Cover Design: Becky Jollensten
Layout & Typesetting: Becky Jollensten
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: August 11, 2003
Pages: 242
Year: 1230
Publication #: WW 20006
Reference #: ISBN 1-58846-287-0
Price: $29.95

The Players Guide to Low Clans adds more details on the Low Clans of the Kindred during this stage of the Dark Ages: the Assamites, the Followers of Set, the Gangrel, the Malkavians, the Nosferatu, the Ravnos, and the Tremere.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf catalog:

Cursed Among the Cursed
Foreigners in the lands of the High Clans. Vassals, serfs, lepers, madmen. The Low Clans have always done the tasks that their lords disdained. But in the wake of the War of Princes, the fallen Cainites question the Divine Right by which the High Clans rule. The low-blooded have seen the world from the underside and they are quite willing to share their revelations.
The Lowly Ones Rise
The Players Guide to Low Clans contains detailed information on the Assamites, Followers of Set, Gangrel, Malkavians, Nosferatu, Ravnos, and Tremere. It includes hints on running all Low Clan or mixed chronicles; how Low Clan characters develop over time; the mythology and history of the clans; and new Merits, Flaws, and Discipline techniques for the fallen. Also, you'll find details on Low Clan secret societies and on the Low Clan Cainites who have drawn notice in the Dark Medieval.

Prelude: One Good TurnEdit

Members of the Low Clans plot against those of the High Clans.

IntroductionEdit

Attitudes, themes, and moods found in the book, as well as resources for campaign ideas and atmosphere setting.

Chapter One: Lowest of the DamnedEdit

More information on each of the clans, including their history and what they stand for in the era of the War of Princes. Also has notes on how the lower Cainites survive on the dregs of society, how they can rise to higher positions, where in Europe and the Middle East each of the clans tends to call home, and how the members of the Low Clans interact with mortal religions.

Chapter Two: Playing the Low ClansEdit

Suggestions for creating and playing a Low Clan character, the attitudes they tend to have regarding their position in life, the common goals of each clan, the concerns of living a low life, and how Low Clan Coteries tend to operate.

Chapter Three: Brothers of a Different BloodEdit

The bloodlines of the Low Clans: the Anda, the Gargoyles, the Laibon, the Lhiannan, the Noiad, and the Telyavelic Tremere.

Chapter Four: Blessings of Unclean BloodEdit

The high level (six-dot and up) abilities for the following Disciplines: Animalism, Chimerstry, Dementation, Obfuscate, Protean, Quietus, and Serpentis, as well as combined Discipline abilities, sorcery abilities including Thaumaturgy and Assamite Sorcery with the attendant paths and rituals, and new Low Clan-specific Merits and Flaws.

Chapter Five: Those Who Hunt the NightEdit

Character templates for each clan, notable Low Clan kindred, and Low Clan sects, including the Ashirra, the Prometheans, the Furores, and the Lupetti de Gubbio, as well as clan-specific factions.

Background InformationEdit

Memorable QuotesEdit

CharactersEdit

ReferencesEdit

Alexandrite, Anda, Bashirite, Coronati, Gargoyle (VTM), Karavalanisha Vrana, Laibon, Lhiannan, Noiad, Noryari, Perdo Magica, Phaedymite, Sybarite, Telyavelic Tremere

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