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100 Silver Fang Kinfolk
by DSC T. G. C. _.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 08/22/2019 18:30:37
100 Silver Fang Kinfolk 100 Silver Fang Kinfolk is a useful tool when looking for quick npc with a little personality and background. The book gives us a 100 different character names with about a paragraph of background and personality information for each. The Tabletop Gaming Club found the book useful during their weekly game and recommends this book to storytellers who want to flush out their Silver Fang based games with little work.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Mage Chronicles Volume 2
by Terry R.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 08/22/2019 16:03:01
Mage Chronicles Volume 2 **Halls of the Arcanum** Halls of the Arcanum depicts the workings of the Arcanum, a scholarly organization in the World of Darkness that seeks to uncover what is hidden. Halls offers a different take on The World of Darkness more as a place of danger and of things not illuminated rather than simply a gritty world of despair with the odds against you. The odds are against the Arcanum as they have no supernatural resources and the agents they’re working against are quite cunning but they have patience and scholarship which is often in short supply in the dire circumstances of some builds of the World of Darkness. The book has that aged much more gracefully than at first I had figured. With the exception of the progress of computers, much of the book holds. The NPCs and templates could be used with little difficulty and the maps and schematics are still useful as are the lists. This book is largely about Sleepers and their attempts to unravel the World of Darkness but with varying de...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Werewolf The Wild West
by Charles S.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 08/21/2019 16:00:30
Werewolf The Wild West Overall, Werewolf: the Wild West has a lot of missed opportunities and a few strange choices made, but is generally a solid book, despite these flaws. First, the good: the opening fiction is excellent. It has a very strong Canterbury Tales vibe to it, and I was a bit disappointed that after the opening the characters in it were never mentioned again, when they would have been great running examples. Another nice thing was that it actually mentioned the Native Tribes working with Dreamspeaker Kinfolk! This actually tries (though doesn't super-well) to address one of my running criticisms of Werewolf. The other truly excellent thing is Storm-Eater/The Storm Umbra, creating a unique environment for gameplay. Now, the bad: there's a LOT of Noble Savage in this book. A painful amount. The claim that the Weaver and Wyrm were basically absent from pre-Colombian America is bad. For one, Cahokia, the Incas and Aztecs, the Iroquois Confederation (not pre-Colombian, but more-or-less pre-con...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Wr20 Book of Oblivion
by DIOGO B.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 08/19/2019 21:55:56
Wr20 Book of Oblivion IMHO there is something fundamentally wrong about the way this books are being edited. Sometimes they are too big, trying to cover everything like there is no tomorrow. Other times, they follow an avenue to great depths, but feel like they aren't looking an inch to the side. And sometimes, like this book, they feel like everything that was cut out of the main book was just thrown together and given a cover. Dont get me wrong, the text is awesome, art and formatting are great, I dont remember any mistakes, but I feel this book would have been better if it were four books instead of one: Shadows and Spectres, Tempest and the Labyrinth, Other Kingdoms of the Dead, and Soulforging. To be honest, this is something Wraith always suffered from - Ends of Empire and the double Guildbooks won't let me lie. All in all, I'd rather have this book than not, but it surely could have been better. ...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Blood Orgy in the House of Pain
by Dean P.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 08/18/2019 22:34:53
Blood Orgy in the House of Pain Blood Orgy in the House of Pain, is a B-movie cult classic in print. It captures the lurid and grotesque; and checks the suspension of disbelief with wit and humor. The NPCs are as nasty as they come, it's the Hills have Eyes and every icky, slasher horror family in the weird old house that you might come across in old VHS tapes. They're so awful, it's almost sad to see them go if the PCs prevail. The visuals are carefully selected, evoking the horror and humor the author strove to achieve. The digital maps are an excellent visual aid; the house itself is a character of its own. The author wisely made the setting generic for a Storyteller to set it easily in most American cities of the midwest and east coast. I rated this four stars because I found a few typos and formatting errors; while these are not fatal errors to the product; another edit would have corrected those. Overall, a fun, entertaining product worth the $4.95....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Deeds Undone - Those Who Linger
by DIOGO B.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 08/17/2019 19:56:45
Deeds Undone - Those Who Linger I purchased this book yesterday, and it was a good surprise. I expected it to be good, but did not expect it to be great. This book is like Haunts, but a lot darker, more polished, with story opportunities. Wraith is a hard game to storytell, and this book really gave me ideas for stories related to the Skinlands. The text was great, editing was ok (there were a few typos, but nothing that compromised the books quality), the art was good, formatting was ok. I will definitely keep tabs on the author. There are five scenarios in the book: Hotel Mercurial was ok, reminded me a little of the hotel from the Shining, with the creep factor a little higher in. Blackmail, twisted minds, dirty deeds, this is a Haunt, and where whatever kind of sick deeds could have happened. Family Secrets was a sick, sick scenario, that just delivers what I always thought wraith was about. A close, personal story with a whole lot of tragedy. This was my favorite, perfect for a story with few players. ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Ugalu, Dwellers in the Black River
by Ty R.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 08/16/2019 19:18:42
Ugalu, Dwellers in the Black River A great addition to any exaltewd game. Had the privledge of getting to playtest these critters. They were really fun to fight!!! Check em out!!!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Mage: The Ascension 20th Anniversary Edition Quickstart
by Michael P.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 08/16/2019 12:20:27
Mage: The Ascension 20th Anniversary Edition Quickstart I wanted to love this product, i was a huge fan of mage for a long time. The game system i just as clunky as always, but i don't like the changes made to the lore and renaming of factions. The pregens are all over the place and make very little sense and arent very likeable overall you play a gang of hobos fighting what amounts to be "the man" i did in all fairness, try to run it as is but like i said i couldn't really stand the pregens or the basic premise. When you have access to that much magic you would think that you could use your basic talents to not live in squalor. I think ill stick to older editions or ars magica ...

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
World of Darkness: God-Machine Rules Update
by Michael P.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 08/16/2019 12:10:28
World of Darkness: God-Machine Rules Update Great updates on an old game, mechanically soun. Not a huge fan of the new metaplot or OPP/WWP

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Technocracy Assembled 1
by Terry R.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 08/14/2019 16:58:50
Technocracy Assembled 1 The parts of this book were reviewed by Mage the Podcast in segments: [Progenitors](https://magethepodcast.com/index.php/2018/12/1-
7/tomes-of-magick-technocracy-progenitors/), [Iteration X](https://magethepodcast.com/index.php/2019/04/27/tomes-of--
magick-technocracy-iteration-x/), [NWO](https://magethepodcast.com/index.php/2019/08/10/tomes--
of-magick-technocracy-n-w-o/) # Progenitors Progenitors is the first of the convention books released by White Wolf. The book attempts to outline how a convention in the Technocracy functions, its methods of recruitment, how it relates to other Conventions, and some of the tools they use in implementing those goals. While the book has many rough edges in the same way as many of the first edition books do, it’s packed full of useful information regarding how a Construct could be built, how to build a Technocratic amalgam, and other useful background information that could be used as starting points for Storyteller Characters. The first section ou...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Scroll of Lost Wisdom
by Thilo W.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 08/14/2019 08:41:48
Scroll of Lost Wisdom This book is high quality enough it could be an official White Wolf game book. Aesthetically pleasing, well written, containing solid concepts solidified using well formulated game rules. it also does a good job of piecing the new content together with existing content, creating a balanced whole. However, it is important to note that, in contrast to a full game book, it focuses on the new Dharmas and Shintai exclusively (which is totally fine for this format, especially considering the low price). Well worth the money! ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Mockery breed: Murder birds
by Thilo W.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 08/14/2019 05:52:14
Mockery breed: Murder birds This book is based on a good idea that fits very well within the WTA universe. The author very concisely explains their idea and gives us a solid set of rules. Both the idea and the outlined rules seem unique and fresh, not a simple copy of an existing Mockery Breed or Shapechanger race. It should be noted that the history and idea behind the Murder Birds are only briefly outlined. For me, this is more than enough, as it can be expanded upon easily and fits snuggly into the existing lore.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Werewolf 20th Storyteller´s Screen Reincarnated
by Joshua W.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 08/13/2019 20:34:13
Werewolf 20th Storyteller´s Screen Reincarnated Well thought-out information placed on this ST screen, with imagery from the W20 book worked in. Professional looking and with good layout. The page size is not standard for U.S. screens (either portrait or landscape), and while this would've been nice to know in the description, it would not have deterred my purchase. Still well worth it, and definitely a 5-star screen.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Raw Magic
by DSC T. G. C. _.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 08/13/2019 16:12:25
Raw Magic Raw Magic introduces us to a new Thaumaturgy Path called the Flow of Power. This path is focused on manipulating other forms of magic... such as the magic of Mages or Mummies. In addition to the Path there are numerous Rituals included in this book, that focus on protecting or sensing magic of other types. The Tabletop Gaming Club used this product in their campaign and found the path and ritual quite balanced. If you are running a campaign with Mages, Sorcerers and other magic users in it, the material in this book could be quite useful. We strongly recommend the book especially at its low cost....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Mother's Magic
by DSC T. G. C. _.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 08/13/2019 16:00:24
Mother's Magic Mother's Magic expands upon Obcasus Rites that were first introduced in the Beast Player's Guide. This product contains basic, intermediate, advanced and epic rituals to be used in your beast campaign. Many of the rituals are designed to work with characters from other game lines such as vampire, promethean, werewolf, etc. The Tabletop Gaming Club introducted these rituals into our Chronicle of Darkness campaign, and found the majority of the rituals well balanced. We recommend this product to those looking for expand their beast campaigns...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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