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Hail Satan!
Publisher: White Wolf
by Sensible C. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 10/11/2019 22:55:00

SensibleCenobite's overall opinion of Hail Satan: A+/D+. Since we're in a cancel culture where Victorian commie mommies need to silence everyone, I'm going to give this product an A+. I honestly should give this a D+/C- {Even though I liked it}, since it's a bit vulgar in a childish way, but hey, that's freedom of speech now isn't it, and the Black Dog Studio warning label is on the front cover. I only paid fifty cents for this product and now it's one dollar, so it's worth a quick read to remind yourself you could at least do an equivalent job or better. This product is for you if you ever wanted to play a coterie of Baali vampires {Demon worshipers} that are still anti heroes at the end of the day. The coterie makes a deal with a demon to get revenge on their sire, and the demon agrees to give them their souls back if they kill their sire, the demon's old servant, in one weeks time. The players are given many options for their start rides {Something I don't see often}, such as a moldy RV, a bunch of motorcycles, or a haunted VW bus that gets repaired by undead hippies {My favorite}. I like how Sebastian gives us three main locations that the coterie must go to in any order to defeat a piece of the main boss {Satanic convent, motel forgotten by God, and Lucifer's Summer camp}. The Satanic convent may be a little over the top for some groups since it potentially involves the sacrifice of sixty six children, but remember that the coterie is there to stop them, not join in for fun {I hope}. Sebastian was even nice enough to throw in a decent list of random encounters, which are so underrated in modern RPGs from what I've gathered on the interwebs. Overall this is a very short product to work with {Eight pages}, but any Storyteller worth their salt should be able to beef it up where needed, and tone down some of the vulgarities if it's over the top for them. However, since players ruin campaigns in twenty minutes or less, maybe it's a good thing there's less to ruin. Some of my best missions/games were run from a few paragraphs out of a mission compilation book.



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[5 of 5 Stars!]
Hail Satan!
Publisher: White Wolf
by John M. S. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/30/2018 11:08:34

Hail Satan is not a bad concept for a short chronicle following the exploits of a coterie of Baali intent on revenge against their sire. It is a little light on certain details, which I would have liked to be included but an experienced storyteller could overcome this gap. There is, perhaps, a tad too much in the way of profanity in the text, and it could do with an edit to tidy it up, but there are also some good ideas in there for encounters and locations. You can read my full review HERE



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