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Creators: Mark Rein•Hagen with Steven C. Brown, Tom Dowd, Andrew Greenberg, Chris McDonough, Lisa Stevens, Joshua Gabriel Timbrook, Steward Wieck
Authors: Justin Achilli, Andrew Bates, Phil Brucato, Richard E. Dansky, Ed Hall, Robert Hatch, Michael B. Lee, Iam Lemke, Jim Moore, Ethan Skemp, Cynthia Summers
Storyteller Game System: Mark Rein•Hagen
Developer: Robert Hatch
Editor: Cynthia Summers
Art Direction: Lawrence Snelly, Richard Thomas
Artists: John Bolton, Mark Chiarello, Mike Danza, Guy Davis, John Estes, Richard Kane Ferguson, Darren Frydendall, Michael Gaydos, Rebecca Guay, Pia Guerra, Fred Harper, Mark Jackson, Leif Jones, Brian LeBlanc, Paul Lee, Vince Locke, Greg Loudon, Larry MacDougall, Jon J. Muth, William O'Connor, George Pratt, Andrew Ritchie, Matt Roach, Christopher Shy, Bill Sienkiewicz, Lawrence Snelly, Ray Snyder, Ron Spencer, Richard Thomas, Joshua Gabriel Timbrook, Karl Waller, Kent Williams, Matthew Wilson
Front and Back Cover Design: Aileen E. Miles
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 1998
Pages: 312
Year: 1998
Publication #: WW 02300
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-249-2
Price: $29.95

Vampire the Masquerade Revised Edition was an attempt by White Wolf to clean up and overhaul the Vampire: The Masquerade product line. It involved publishing new versions of most all the core books, most of the storyteller expansions, and creating a few new sourcebooks. Most Vampire players would agree that the organization of the core books was drastically improved as a part of this revision.


From the White Wolf catalog:

There will come a time, when the curse of the One above will not be tolerated further. When the Lineage of Caine will end, when the Blood of Caine will be weak, and there will be no Embracing for these Childer.
For their blood will run like water and the potence in it will wither. Then, you know in this time that Gehenna will soon be upon you. -- The Book of Nod

Prologue: A Gathering of BeastsEdit


Chapter One: A World of DarknessEdit

Chapter Two: Clans and SectsEdit

Chapter Three: Character and TraitsEdit

Chapter Four: DisciplinesEdit

Chapter Five: RulesEdit

Chapter Six: Systems and DramaEdit

Chapter Seven: A History of the KindredEdit

Chapter Eight: StorytellingEdit

Chapter Nine: AntagonistsEdit


Epilogue: Under the Horns of BloodEdit

Background InformationEdit

Memorable QuotesEdit

Tremere stereotype of Toreadors: "They are Aesop's grasshopper; we are the ant. They think to justify their immortality with their art and their parties, but the cold times are coming sooner than they think." -Page 79

"A longstanding Malkavian conceit holds the Jyhad to be a joke instigated by the founder of the clan; some Kindred wonder if, in fact, Malkavians have played the joke on them all along." -Page 72



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