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Concepts: Mark Rein•Hagen, Andrew Greenberg, Josh Timbrook
Authors: Andrew Greenberg, Mark Rein•Hagen, Graeme Davis, Bill Bridges, Daniel Greenberg, Ryk Strong, Frank Fry, Aaron Voss, Travis Williams
Development: Mark Rein•Hagen, Andrew Greenberg, Stewart Wieck
Editing: Stewart Wieck, Andrew Greenberg, Ken Cliffe
Cover Art: Dan Frazier
Art: Tim Bradstreet, Gail Van Voorhis, Josh Timbrook, John Bridges, Larry McDougal, Seri Mohm
Layout: Sam Chupp
Layout Peons: Mark Rein•Hagen, Andrew Greenberg, Kelly Norwood
Production: Sam Chupp and Josh Timbrook
Design Contributors: Ian Borchardt, Hank Driskill, Chet Allen Erez, Mary K. Kuhner, Dave P. Martin, Ron Jarrell, John Daly, James Dunson, Carl Rigney, Bernard Cana, James R. Dunson, Jim Summers (Many thanks to all of you on the Internet Vampire mailing list!)
Vampire: The Masquerade was created by: Mark Rein•Hagen
Special Thanks to: Mark "John Holmes" Rein•Hagen. Very, very, very.
Stewart "Odds fixin'" Wieck, for seeming to win all his football games. Hmmmm...
Josh "My quote!" Timbrook, for embracing the Brujah state of mind.
Wes "Hey, let's use this new power" Harris, for summoning unwanted Gremlins.
Travis "Bumbaras Clot" Williams, for being a wanted Gremlin.
Ken "Mythic Places is on schedule" Cliffe, for his overly optimistic attitude.
Chris "Coyotes are good people" McDonough, for really getting us in trouble.
Sam "How did you guess I stated up all night" Chupp, for showing us the essence of a sugar rush.
Leigh Ann "Fertility Goddess" Hildebrand-Chupp, for somehow manahing to be patient and pregnant at the same time.
Kelly "Road Warrior" Norwood, for designing some really rad wheels.
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 1991
Pages: 128
Year: 1991
Publication #: WW 02204
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-012-0
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Price: $17.99
PDF: $8.99
For other books titled or subtitled "The Players Guide", see Players Guide.

The Players Guide, usually referred to properly as The Vampire Players Guide, is the Players Guide for the first edition of the Vampire: The Masquerade rules. The book introduced a number of new traits and systems that were later reused in other World of Darkness and Storyteller System games, among them Merits and Flaws, Secondary Abilities, sub-splats (in this case, bloodlines), rules for trait ratings above five dots, and an expanded and detailed list of equipment (mostly firearms and melee weapons). Much of the content of the book was later adapted into the Vampire Players Guide Second Edition under the Vampire: The Masquerade Second Edition rules.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf catalog:

"They drove me down, used me as their pawn. Never again, never more shall I be used by another. They through they had all the power, that they pulled all the strings, but now their strength is mine. Now, with the new might coursing through my body, I will have vengeance"
Juggler, No Apologies
The Players Guide
In the Gothic-Punk world of the Vampire, any advantage can mean the difference between survival and final, permanent death. Thus The Players Guide — 128 pages of new clans, archetypes, skills, abilities and equipment, Learn what it means to be one of the most powerful Elders, with Disciplines far surpassing those of the younger Kindred. Add Merits and Flaws to your character, balancing out mighty new powers with fascinating weaknesses. Learn new techniques for roleplaying in Vampire, written by some of the industries (sic) leading designers. Prepare yourself for a whole new role in the immortal Jyhad.

Chapter One: The World of the KindredEdit

An essay on the Kindred and their weaknesses, written from one vampire-hunter (likely an Inquisitor) to another.

Chapter Two: Character CreationEdit

Character templates, and Merits and Flaws.

Chapter Three: The Expanded CharacterEdit

Secondary Abilities; new Archetypes for characters' Natures and Demeanors; new Thaumaturgical paths and rituals; and Discipline powers of six to ten(!) dots.

Chapter Four: The ClansEdit

Expanded information on Status; the social structures of the seven clans of the Camarilla, including the Clan Prestige Background; guidelines for using Prestation and boons; and four new independent clans and one clan-turned-bloodline (the Assamites, Followers of Set, Giovanni, Ravnos, and Salubri), each with their own unique Discipline.

Chapter Five: RoleplayingEdit

A collection of essays by Graeme Davis, Stewart Wieck, Josh Timbrook, Daniel Greenberg, Andrew Greenberg, Sam Chupp and Mark Rein•Hagen.

Chapter Six: EquipmentEdit

Expanded rules for firearms, melee weapons, artillery, grenades, high explosives, vehicles, poisons and drugs, computers, haven security, animal ghouls, and other miscellaneous equipment.

Chapter Seven: Survival of the FittestEdit

A monologue delivered from an older vampire to a younger one, advising the neonate on how to avoid the pitfalls of Kindred existence.

Background InformationEdit

Memorable QuotesEdit

CharactersEdit

ReferencesEdit

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