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|Art Director:||Richard Thomas|
|Cover art:||Richard Kane Ferguson|
|Interior art:||Steve Bryant, Mike Chaney & Matt Milberger, James Crabtree, Jeff Holt, Steve Prescott, Joshua Gabriel Timbrook|
|Front and back cover design:||Aileen E. Miles|
|Typesetting & Layout:||Katie McCaskill|
|Author's Thanks||Special thanks to Nicky Rea for her constant encouragement and support; Carla Hollar, for her friendship and her knack for finding just the right resource material at just the right time; Jim Crabtree, for his contribution to North Carolina's "dark corner"; Milton Ready, whose Appalachia history course changed my perception about the region and its culture; my family and friends (including my inveterate group of playtesters), for obvious reasons; and Bill Bridges, for taking a chance.|
|Dedication:||This book is dedicated to the memories of Floating Eagle Feather, storyteller and world traveler, whose belief in the power of his art to transform hearts and minds first awoke in me an appreciation for the sacredness of stories, and Manly Wade Wellman, whose novels have revealed the magic of the mountains to thousands of readers.|
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc.|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Publication #:||WW 03107|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-56504-313-8|
From the White Wolf catalog:
- Down in the Holler
- Deep in the backwoods of the southern Appalachian mountain range, the Garou hold out against the imminent destruction of their homes. The modern world intrudes harshly onto their sacred sites, building roads over spirit paths. The Wyrm burrows into the hearts of their Kinfolk and the Ways are forgotten.
- Ancient Magic Awakens
- But the Garou are not alone against their enemy: The native fae have been here longer, and they will not let their freeholds fall to corruption. It's a battle of backwoods wisdom and lore against an industrial society gone mad.
- Rage Across Appalachia is a regional sourcebook and chronicle setting for use with Werewolf: The Apocalypse and Changeling: The Dreaming. It includes:
Legends of the Garou: Spirit MessengersEdit
Chapter One: From the Beginning (An Appalachian History)Edit
Chapter Two: The Geography of AppalachiaEdit
Chapter Three: The Changing Breed of the MountainsEdit
Chapter Four: Mountain Dreamers (Changelings)Edit
Chapter Five: Strange Relations (Enemies and Others)Edit
Chapter Six: Appalachian MoonriseEdit
Appendix: Appalachia in Song and SymbolEdit
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