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|Authors:||Jackie Cassada, Allen Tower|
|Storyteller Game System:||Mark Rein•Hagen|
|Development:||Jennifer Hartshorn, Ethan Skemp, Cynthia Summers|
|Art Direction:||Richard Thomas|
|Artists:||Omaha Perez, Daryll Elliott, H.J. McKinney, Mike Danza|
|Cover Art:||Larry MacDougall|
|Cover Design||Lawrence Snelly|
|Layout & Typesetting||Matt Milberger|
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc.|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-56504-614-5|
From the White Wolf catalog:
- The Empire of the Dead...
- The system. The establishment. The powers that be. Management. Since its inception, the Hierarchy has fostered an image of strength and invulnerability, power and omniscience. These are the masks through which the Hierarchy looks out upon the Underworld. These are the mirrors that reflect the faces of those who stand on the ouside, looking in.
- The Keepers of the Dream!
- The Hierarchy exposes the bureaucracy of the Underworld, exploring the organization that is a character's greatest ally or worst enemy, depending on which side of the law she stands on. A must for anyone who wants to see the truth behind the masks.
Ghost Story: VerdictsEdit
A Centurion is captured and tormented by both Renegades in a trial mocking those held by the Hierarchy.
Chapter One: Introduction: The Powers That BeEdit
Chapter Two: Ex Libris: The History of the HierarchyEdit
Chapter Three: Culture: Inside the HierarchyEdit
Details on the city of Stygia itself, as well as the pecking order of the Hierarchy, relations between the Legions, and what life is like for the average Hierarchy grunt.
Chapter Four: Hierarchy ArchetypesEdit
Character templates based in the Hierarchy.
Chapter Five: Legendary HierarchsEdit
Famous individuals of the Hierarchy.
Mike Danza did art for this book; his name was accidently left out of the credits. He was later acknowledged in.
The chapter titles are shortened in the table of contents.
This is the first book to describe Stygia in any real detail; however, it is contradicted in some places by another description of Stygia in.
- General George S. Patton - Old Blood and Guts is here, and he's in the Legion of Paupers, of all places.
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