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|Developer:||Philippe R. Boulle|
|Additional Development:||Richard E. Dansky|
|Art Director:||Richard Thomas|
|Layout & Typsesetting:||Becky Jollensten|
|Interior Art:||Mitch Byrd, Richard Kane Ferguson, Brian LeBlanc|
|Front Cover Art:||Richard Kane Ferguson|
|Cover Design:||Becky Jollensten|
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc.|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-56504-271-9|
From the White Wolf catalog:
- The Great Khan Calls...
- From the depths of Asia comes the greatest of all empires, the Mongols of Genghis Khan! They are an unstoppable force; China, India, the Islamic lands and Christian Europe are all threatened. With them come monsters of the night, both distant cousins of the European Cainites and the dreaded Wan Kuei of the Middle Kingdom. Vampires call for blood and the world trembles.
- ...And the Golden Horde Rides
- Wind From the East provides complete information on the Mongol invasions and the diverse vampires who move among the Great Khan's horde. It covers the entire period of Mongol expansion into the West and reveals the rich culture that puts the lie to the image of "heathen invadors".
A Deliberate EncounterEdit
Introduction: A Starlit HemisphereEdit
How to use this book, the themes and mood prevelent in it, a lexicon of terms used by the Mongols, and suggested media for background information.
Chapter One: Empire of the World-ConquerorEdit
The history and culture of the Mongols, both real and supernatural, from its rise to its collapse.
Chapter Two: Monsters on the SteppeEdit
Chapter Three: Gifts of the Sky and EarthEdit
Tips for creating a playable Mongol vampire or a Black Tortoise Wan Kuei, as well as new Rites, Merits and Flaws, and other items. There is also information on each of the major spirits the Mongols revere, as well as tips on the environment for Storytellers.
Appendix: Khans of the NightEdit
Character templates and important Mongols.
It is advised that those who wish to use the information in this book also have access to theand the Dark Ages supplement to make it easier to use.
- Genghis Khan - A mere mortal who nonetheless becomes one of the most powerful men in the world.
- Jelme the Damned - An Anda bodyguard of the Great Khan
- Aajav, the Young Wolf - A Gangrel with tenuous ties to the Anda; he seeks to Embrace his blood-brother, Qarakh
- Chinkhai the Fierce, grandson of Dobrul the Brave in life and childe of that elder in undeath
- Silat ibn Isa, Vizier of Khwarazm - an Assamite who has recently awakened from torpor to find his people subject to Mongol rule
- Bortai the Fair, Bone Dancer - a bride of Genghis Khan who was slain and buried with her spouse, only to return as one of the Wan Kuei
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