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This was White Wolf Publishing's April Fool's joke for 2008. However, so many people liked it that we're keeping it available for future customers. Enjoy!

Bax Masterson, our (now revealed to be fictional) Assistant Developer, went on a rampage in 2008 about a product of his that never got to see the light of day -- World of Darkness: Shadows of Iceland. You can find his original blog post (along with suitable fake outrage from WW employees) here.

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August 19th, 2010
A decent little call-out to Iceland; somewhat roughly written but it is a free download, after all. Fondly recalls earlier books (Shadows of Mexico & Shadows of the UK) and the underlying idea is good. It would be nice to see the 'Shadows of .. ' line [...]
August 20th, 2009
I liked the concept, Iceland is actually a pretty neat location for a game in the WoD. This preview (the PDF is actually titled "Shadows of Iceland pitch") is a little rough writing-wise and needs some editing work done. As an excerpt it did it's job [...]
June 1st, 2009
More good time's form white wolf game's so have fun with it ya [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on June 01, 2009.