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|Written by:||C.S. Friedman|
|Development by :||Richard E. Dansky|
|Editing by:||Ed Hall|
|Art Direction by:||Richard Thomas|
|Art by:||John Cobb, Mike Danza, Guy Davis, Richard Kane Ferguson, Michael Gaydos, Rebecca Guay, Erik Hotz, Vince Locke, David Sexton, Alex Sheikman, Andrew Trabbold|
|Graphic Design by:||Richard Thomas|
|Additional Assistance:||Dana Habecker|
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc.|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-56504-297-2|
The Erciyes Fragments contain a collection of texts, some of which are supposedly written by Caine as well as other Antediluvians, with speculative notes on their meaning from multiple Noddist scholars provided in the margins. This book is designed to be setting material only, avoiding any game mechanics, and may also be of use in Dark Ages: Vampire and Vampire: The Masquerade chronicles.
I. Genesis Edit
II. Lilith Edit
This describes Caine's bitter journey as he wanders through cursed lands questioning why he has been banished. There he encounters Lilith, who gives succor to him while teaching him strength and pride. It ends with him obtaining powers from her blood that would later be passed on as Disciplines.
III. Temptations Edit
This relates how Caine was approached by three angels sent by God, each offering Caine redemption and each placing upon him a new curse when he refused. The curses transform him into a true vampire and impart the weaknesses of their kind. Finally, a fourth angel offers hope in the path to Golconda.
IV. Enoch Edit
The fourth chapter relates the Embrace of the Second, and how Caine ruled over humanity in the First City. But Heaven grows enraged as his descendants multiply and spread to lands beyond where they appoint themselves gods, and in the end Caine departs to watch as the Great Flood wipes the world clean.
V. Lamentations Edit
This is a short section written from the perspective of Caine's descendants. It describes the vampires' suffering under the waters of the Great Flood, when they were sheltered from the sun but forced to feed on one another for lack of sustenance and wonder if any mortals had survived.
VI. Transgressions Edit
After the flood waters receded and Caine did not return, those vampires that had survived made themselves rulers of the new mortal cities. Again their numbers grew, and they began to plot and war against one another, culminating in the rebellion of the Third Generation against their sires. Then Caine appeared before them, damning them for their betrayal and laying upon each a curse to fit their nature.
VII. Commandments Edit
This contains ten commandments supposedly laid down by Caine instructing his descendants on how they are to treat one another and the mortals they live among.
VIII. Prophecies Edit
Herein are prophecies by unknown seers predicting the destruction of three vampire clans and the events that will precede Gehenna. There is further description of the afflictions that will befall the race of Caine during the End Times, as well as mention of a possibility path to their salvation.
IX. Proverbs Edit
This contains a short list of proverbs relating to vampire clans and politics.
The last section describes the final notes of Fra Niccolo Giovanni.