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Authors: Christopher Howard & Mathew McFarland
Storyteller Game System: Mark Rein•Hagen
Developer: Ethan Skemp
Editor: Aileen E. Miles
Art Direction: Aileen E. Miles
Artists: Joe Corroney, Rebecca Guay, Christopher Howard (maps), Leif Jones, Alex Sheikman
Cover Art: Ron Spencer
Layout: Aileen E. Miles
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 2001
Pages: 140
Year: 2001 (cWOD)
Publication #: WW3114
Reference #: ISBN 1-58846-301-X
Price: $17.95

Egyptian sourcebook for WTA: Werewolf: The Apocalypse Revised Edition Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip. Released during the Year of the Scarab.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf catalog:

The Curse of the Ages
For thousands of years, the Silent Striders have been forced to wander far from their homeland. Exiled by the curse of an ancient vampire, they have been unable to return to their territory of Egypt, instead roaming the roads and byways of the rest of the world. Now as the world turns toward Apocalypse, things may be poised to change. The Silent Striders just might be coming home.
Blood on the Sands
For four thousand years, vampires and werewolves have been at odds in Egypt. In this, the Year of the Scarab supplement for Werewolf: The Apocalypse, it's the werewolves' turn to persue the mysteries of the Nile Valley. Rage Across Egypt reveals the Garou's shadow war against the vampires of Egypt, the horrors of Jackal Fever, the schemes of the Fera, the mystical Twelve Houses of the Underworld, and much more. Come and see what lies beneath the sands....

Chapter OneEdit

The Ancient Land

Told from both human and Garou perspectives, this chapter details out the history of the region and its peoples.

Chapter TwoEdit

Up From the Sands

This chapter focuses on the people and places of Egypt. Cities, Caerns, Septs are all described in this section as well as the people and basic geography of the land.

Chapter ThreeEdit

Wolves of the Desert

Garou, both Tribes and individuals, are outlined in this chapter. Members from each tribe, including the Stargazers, are included.

Chapter FourEdit

Storytelling in Egypt

This chapter gives all the details as to how a Storyteller can use the information in the book to expand his or her chronicle into Egypt.

Chapter FiveEdit

Children of Apep

Every antagonist that might be available to challenge PCs is fleshed out within this chapter.

ReferencesEdit

Previous book:
WTA: Tribebook: Black Furies Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip
Game Books
Werewolf: The Apocalypse books
Next book:
Art of Werewolf

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