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Vampire: The Wild West
by Peter K.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 09/26/2020 23:57:10
Vampire: The Wild West Vampire: The Masquerade has focused predominantly on the distant past or modern nights. I have had many players ask and wonder why no other eras are represented. Werewolf has covered this particular one. But, until now nobody covered it for Vampire. Well wonder and wait no longer. Ian, Adrian, Zack, Rachel, Josh, Ray, and Ryan have done this wonderful thing for us. Thank you guys, and in the words of Bill & Ted "Excellent!" *Air Guitar*

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Mage the Awakening 2nd Edition
by Edward C. O.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 09/26/2020 23:25:51
Mage the Awakening 2nd Edition i bought the PDF and Hardcover, i will be primarily reviewing the hardcover. Mage is one of those games, that i can get out of hand in a great way, and epic at most. other is utter failure and disaster due to rules of the game. personally, the artwork leaves something to be desire, there are some really good ones, and some meh artwork. but that's mostly subjective. the game itself is really fun, discovery of magic in the city we're in, preventing the mages to perform act of hubris and create paradoxes. it is really a great time! i feel like a broken record, but again, the placement of the information is confusing! rotes, and other information is either lost, easily missed, or not labelled properly, at times it gets annoying at worse it is frustrating! again, if you have the pdf CTRL+F is your best friend. overall, this is a super fun game! this is the final of the big three and i love all three!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Vampire: The Wild West
by Jimmy R.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 09/26/2020 23:21:30
Vampire: The Wild West There isn’t anything in this book that you can’t get by just using Werewolf Wild West and the basic V20 book. Other than the author’s ego and an extensive history of California. It feels like a Red Hot Chile Peppers song in book form. The art is good… But from previous WW works so that isn’t massively impressive. The setting is just… California. The author seems to really like his state but ignores so much of the west where things got really interesting. Texas is a footnote. Arizona is… Tombstone. New Mexico (per the usual) is basically ignored completely. But oh, man. California. I just expected so much more....

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Werewolf: the Forsaken 2nd Edition
by Edward C. O.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 09/26/2020 23:08:56
Werewolf: the Forsaken 2nd Edition i bought both the PDF and Hardcover, so i'll primarily reviewing the hardcover. this is a game about werewolves, fighting spirits, and family. i really love the themes that are presented in this game! firstly i LOVE LOVE LOVE the artwork! i think this is a toss up between Vampire the Requiem and this book in terms of amazing artwork. the game itself is very fun! i love the mechanics of fighting the urge to not give into the werewolf rage and the hunt. also when the player does fail, they lose control and reap the consquences of that rage. it reminds them that they need to be smart and not let their triggers get to them. my main complaint, and this is a constant problem, is finding information in the book. it's pretty confusing on explaining werewolves, the death rage triggers, rites, and so on. it isn't very clear, and when you do read it, the section is in a weird part of the page, where you could have easily missed, or the appendix doesn't give you what you nee...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Werewolf the Savage Age: Volume One
by Christopher R.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 09/26/2020 14:38:49
Werewolf the Savage Age: Volume One So for the bottom line up front (BLUF) on this sourcebook; if you are wanting to run a WW chronicle set during the stone age and/or the War of Rage, then get this book. The author(s) behind the book have done an awesome job fleshing out the time period. The other reviews listed are right on target, and I concur with them 100%. Additionally, the authors are very communicative with the purchasers of the book; which is a nice change of pace. My only complaint would be for more content, which isn't a real complaint of course. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Capital by Night
by Nana L.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 09/25/2020 12:57:35
Capital by Night É uma delícia ver um material bem feito, brasileiro, que te permite ambientar nas capitais que o Brasil já teve (afinal, pra quem não lembra, BR teve Salvador e Rio de Janeiro como capital antes de chegar à Brasília) e com isso a flexibilidade de períodos históricos da terrinha. Parabéns Rô e todos os envolvidos por um trampo excelente e, melhor ainda, de graça! Pra poder alimentar mais e mais e democratizar esse mundão das trevas!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Capital by Night
by Alice A.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 09/25/2020 09:38:55
Capital by Night Capital By Night é um dos, se não o melhor, suplemento Brasileiro que eu já li de Vampiro: A Máscara, sendo um enorme combustível para ideias de plot, além de ter uma ambientação brasileira extremamente verossímil. Caso tenham interesse, escrevi uma resenha um pouco maior aqui: https://taverna42.wordpress.com/2020/09/24/as-noites-sao-fri-
as-na-capital-capital-by-night-review/

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Chronicles of Darkness: The Contagion Chronicle
by Edward C. O.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 09/24/2020 16:39:17
Chronicles of Darkness: The Contagion Chronicle bought this book day one, and i have read through it 2-3 times since i have gotten the PDF, i won't be talking about the hardcover, because as of writing this review, i haven't gotten my copy yet. i'm sure i am not the only one who are running Crossover games, so majority of us have homebrewed rules to run things games, with some success and failure. this book is a solution to give you rules and setting on running a crossover game to have it makes sense, and have a bigger evil for all to attempt to combat or survive. the Contagion is ambiguous in how it was created, whether it was a virus created by the God-Machine a little too well thus infecting the God-Machine, or you can make a super flu that has a 99.7% mortality rate specifically infecting supernaturals by making their touchstones forget them, human blood burns them, really whatever makes sense for your setting. based on this premise of a super virus gives me Stephen King's The Stand vibes. it gives you two ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Mage The Ascension Tarot
by Amber G.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 09/23/2020 22:31:59
Mage The Ascension Tarot *(Deleted my original review after reading another that helped partially resolve a major issue I'd had on my order! Thank you to Van W.!)* **Card quality:** Very good. Sturdy. **Art quality:** Exceedingly good. Exceeds expectations. Evokes the Rider-Waite Tarot aesthetic while still putting a Mage spin on things. **Tuck box: **Good. A teeny bit flimsy, but it's still quite lovely. The product page says it comes with instructions though, which I thought meant I'd get an actual physical instructional book to help me with my readings and storytelling for chronicles. It didn't, though, but I did find the instructions in the Storyteller's Vault as a pdf. Was saddened at lack of a physical copy though; that was something that I'd factored into whether or not I wanted to purchase. So just be aware that while the product page says it comes with a book, it actually doesn't; you'll have to find the pdf in the Vault. I knocked off a star for that, as I f...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Beast: The Primordial
by Erlan P.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 09/23/2020 21:26:12
Beast: The Primordial Very underated game. No not pay attention to the drama. The game is great. It has several flaws and will benefit greatly from a second edition, but the mechanics are neat, the powers awesome, and the crossover options very interesting. Just buy this togheter with the Player Guide, that book is a must to expand the options presented here and to get clarifications about other things.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras 2
by Erlan P.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 09/23/2020 21:20:01
Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras 2 A must have for every CofD or horror TTRPG fan. The book present a huge variety of settings across different eras and very different region, there is something for everyone. The settings are super interesting and provide tons of plot hooks and things to do and explore. There is also new mechanics that can be used to expand each gameline, including some that could be used in modern times games. Worth every dollar.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Chronicles of Darkness: The Contagion Chronicle
by A customer
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 09/23/2020 18:02:45
Chronicles of Darkness: The Contagion Chronicle The book is fine as long as you want to use the God-Machine and have the contagion be an error/problem with the mod machine. If you want anything else the book isn't particularly useful. Honestly it just feels a little uninspired. All of the sample crossover chronicles have different effects on the world but they all come from the same source the God-Machine. It would have been nice to see some examples that had a different source or cause. I can't say the book is a bad one it's just unfortunatly only useful if you want one certain thing a God-Machine chronicle. ...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Clanbook: Gargoyles
by Ian H.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 09/23/2020 16:39:46
Clanbook: Gargoyles Fantastic book. Literally blew my mind like WW used to in the old days. The story was great and made sense with the existing metaplot, giving me a reason to finally use these damn things. What more can you ask for? Thats kinda the catch, if there is any. There's honestly at least two books worth of infomoration here. It should have been a Clanbook and a series of Gargoyle-based adventure supplements. It has some formatting issues that take away from its, but its all made up for in content. And thats what matters most....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Chronicles of Darkness: The Contagion Chronicle
by Henry P.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 09/23/2020 14:19:48
Chronicles of Darkness: The Contagion Chronicle This is a must have for anyone running multi-splat chronicles in the Chronicles of Darkness. It provides a framework of rules and lore reasons for why different splats should work together to overcome a greater nemesis. Myself with a few others have been building a shared wester marshes style chronicle world using the Contagion as a basis. But, this can easily work for smaller scale chronicles and provides a number of plot hooks and pre-made settings.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
SotM's Primogen Council coterie chart
by Laura O.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 09/23/2020 10:00:27
SotM's Primogen Council coterie chart Eng: A usefull tool. Simple design, but funcional and keeps the style of the old VtM. Maybe new players will use it more than veterans ('cause we tend to take notes in notebooks), but I'll use it nonetheless. Esp: Una herramienta útil. El diseño es simple, pero funcional y recuerda al estilo de los viejos manuales de Vampiro (cosa que a mi me gusta). Quizás los jugadores novatos lo usen un poco más porque los veteranos solemos tirar de libreta, pero yo le daré uso igualmente. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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