Aachen by Night
Storyteller System: Mark Rein•Hagen
Author: Markus Deimel
Editing and Presentation: Oliver Hoffmann
Proofreading: Uncas
Layout and Formatting: Oliver Graute
Illustrations: Mark Djurdjevic
Cover illustration: Oliver Graute, Marko Djurdjevic
Publisher: Feder & Schwert
Published: 1999
Pages: 142
Year: 1197
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Reichsgold: Aachen bei Nacht also known as Empire's Gold: Aachen by Night is a supplement for Vampire: the Dark Ages published by Feder & Schwert in 1999.

Aachen is usually known in the West by its French name, Aix-la-Chapelle.


(translated from German)

Aachen in the Old World: the city of Charlemagne. Crowning site for noble heads, seat of the king of the empire. In the course of a century Aachen transformed from a Roman bath to the glorious fortress of a lordly lineage. The fist that holds the scepter, right, and law is iron.

Aachen by Night includes:

  • A detailed description of Aachen in the Dark Medieval, along with all Cainites and other special creatures.
  • "Black," a game scenario that plunges the characters right into the middle of the medieval emperor's city.

Empire's Gold is an official game setting for Vampire: The Dark Ages that exists ONLY in German.


Book OneEdit


Chapter One: HistoryEdit

Chapter Two: GeographyEdit

Chapter Three: The Residents of the CityEdit

Appendix 1: Some Disciplines and the Aachen ManifestoEdit

Appendix 2: A Brief Idea for a Campaign in the Modern World of DarknessEdit

Book TwoEdit


Background Edit

Reichsgold is one of four Vampire supplements produced by Feder & Schwert in German. While the original German text is available in PDF form from DriveThruRPG, no English translation is currently available.

Characters Edit

References Edit

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