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Cover of Rage Across Australia
Authors: Richard Watts, Marc Rudgley, Ben Chessell
Development: Bill Bridges
Editing: Robert Hatch
Art Director: Richard Thomas
Art: Joshua Gabriel Timbrook, SCAR (Steve Carter and Antoinette Rydyr), Des Waterman, Tonia Walden
Cover Art: Richard Kane Ferguson
Maps: Brian J. Blume
Front and Back Cover: Lawrence Snelly
Typesetting & Layout: Kathleen Ryan
Special Thanks:


Chris "Love Boat" McDonough for the cruise...
Josh "Charo" Timbrook for guest-starring on the cruise...
Steve "Capt. Steubing" Wieck for steering the boat.
Michelle "I Am Not A Moron" Prahler because Street Fighter has "cool background things on the things."
Rich "I'll Be Back" Thomas for arguing Conan the Destroyer was better than Conan the Barbarian. (Hey, maybe he's right...)
Aileen "Progenitor Got Your Tongue" Miles for what the Technocracy did to her Bastet.
Larry "Wicked City" Snelly for the weird movies.
Ben "Merchant Prince" Monk Jr. for being a Renaissance man — hat and all.
Jim "AOL" Townsend for reaching out and touching others with his blood pit.

Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 1994
Pages: 142
Publication #:
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-127-5
Price: $15.00

Rage Across Australia is a location sourcebook for Werewolf: The Apocalypse. The book covers Australia and its native inhabitants, including the Gifts and totems of the long-dead Bunyip tribe.

ChaptersEdit

Legends of the Garou: The Death of the BunyipEdit

IntroductionEdit

Chapter One: HistoryEdit

Chapter Two: GeographyEdit

Chapter Three: PeopleEdit

Chapter Four: EnemiesEdit

Chapter Five: The DreamtimeEdit

Chapter Six: Dreaming the DawnEdit

Appendix: Dreamtime TotemsEdit

Background InformationEdit

Memorable QuotesEdit

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CharactersEdit

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TerminologyEdit

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