Death has never looked so good Love them or hate them, the Daeva are the ones you die for. Tempters and priests, madonnas and horrors, these vampires feed on the blood and vices of the World of Darkness — and feed well. From the best parties to the worst parts of town, be seduced by the beautiful among the Damned. For the Succubi, a good-looking corpse is only the first step in the Danse... [click here for more]
Unearth the Evil!
Whispered tales speak of an eldritch tome crafted by necromancers and filled with spine-chilling facts about a vile menagerie of undead horrors - unnatural things known to haunt the gloom-filled corners of the world and beyond. Beware! This is that tome.
This supplement for the Dungeons & Dragons® Roleplaying Game explores the origins, tactics, myths, and... [click here for more]
Back to Nature At the edges of civilization, they prowl. Their Beasts rise close to the surface, sniffing for sustenance. Loners and pack animals alike, the Gangrel are the untamed Savages among the Kindred. Though they are primal blood-drinkers and howlers at the moon, their animalistic allure is not to be denied. From the urban jungle to the wild places unwalked by other vampires, the Gangrel... [click here for more]
Just when you think you know everything about the World.
The Scions of the Irish, Chinese and Hindu gods make their mark on the World. New Boons, Knacks and Birthrights increase the Scions’ arsenal in the war against the Titans. More allies and more enemies entry the fray, which can change the course of the conflict. The war can also extend back further in time, adding a new layer to one of... [click here for more]
Have you always wanted to include the Ravnos into your Requiem game? Or perhaps the Invictus into your Masquerade game? This guide will help you translate the feel and core elements from each version of Vampire into the other game system and background.
This book includes: • Translations of all of the clans between versions of Vampire • Suggestions and ideas... [click here for more]