|Written by:||Alan Alexander, Kevin Czarnecki, Joshua Doetsch, Matt McElroy, Andrew Peregrine, Ree Soesbee, Rob Wieland, and Christopher Wilde|
|Developer and Additional Writing:||Eddy Webb|
|Consulting Developer:||Evan Wood|
|Additional Development Assistance:||David Hill and Matt McElroy|
|Art Direction and Design:||Michael Chaney|
|Interior Art:||Sam Araya, Tim Bradstreet, Michael Gaydos, Christine Griffin, Forest Immel, Mark Kelly, Ken Meyer Jr., Glen Osterberger, Efrem Palacios and Andrew Trabbold|
|Cover Art:||Tim Bradstreet|
| “The Blind Bats and the Elephant” reprinted from
Clanbook: Malkavian by Daniel Greenberg.
| Special Thanks|
All the writers of the original Clanbooks for giving us some amazing material. I hope we did it justice.
Rich “Seriously, How Does Skype Work?” Thomas for still struggling with well-established technology.
Mike “How Many Changes?” Chaney for putting up with my need for perfect comma placement.
Alan “Brujah Sorcery” Alexander, Joshua “True Detective” Doetsch, Andrew “Lasombra Awesometribu” Peregrine, Ree “Gangros” Soesbee, Rob “Is This Too Much?” Wieland, and Christopher “#1 Doyle Fanboy” Wilde for surviving the open development process with aplomb and grace.
Matt “God I Love Ghouls” McElroy for giving me some tasty ghoul meat at the 11th hour.
David “Lost in Translation” Hill, for helping me keep pace with V20 Dark Ages, even though he was in Japan.
To Leah “Vmapiarq” Piersma and Matt “Devilboy” Murray, for rescuing me from a coked-out vampire hunter and vowing never to tell the whole story. The world is not yet ready to know about our secret bond.
The Attendees of Midwinter and Nashville by Night for once again reminding me why the White Wolf community is fucking amazing.
Everyone who participated in the open development process for intense and incredible insights, even if some people really felt the need to edit the online documents.
|Publisher:||Onyx Path Publishing|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Published:||December 23, 2015|
|Price:|| Print: $59.99/$39.99|
- From the Onyx Path Catalog:
Piecing Together LiesEdit
Each chapter addresses one of the thirteen clans of the modern nights from the perspective of a vampire in it, and each chapter starts with some history of the clan, followed by information about how the clan interacts and works now. At the end is a wide variety of combination powers, Merits, Flaws, and other mechanical bits for players and Storytellers.
The Assamites, silent assassins shackled with a number of curses, are divided by an age-old conflict between three casts.
The Brujah, once philosopher-kings of an ancient civilization, struggle between rejecting and embracing their eternal anger.
Followers of SetEdit
The Followers of Set venerate a chthonic God in a variety of guises, as they work to bring others into their decadent religion.
The Malkavians are a clan fractured and unified by madness, using their unique perception and gifts of prophecy to guide and educate the "unenlightened".
The Nosferatu are hideously deformed information brokers that lurk in the shadows, to avoid both their fellow Kindred and an ancient enemy.
The Ravnos are nomads and tricksters that travel all over the world to combat demons and spread the word of their fragmented beliefs.
The Toreador are artists and sensualists that laud their connection to humanity while seeking adoration and physical beauty.
The Ventrue observe the ancient traditions and status quo of Kindred society, while working against those that would disrupt it.
Appendix I: The CaitiffEdit
Details about Caitiff, clanless vampires.
Appendix II: The AntitribuEdit
A list of the antitribu within the Sabbat.
Appendix III: Kindred of NoteEdit
An exemplary Kindred from every major Clan.
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