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Reign of the Exarchs Poster
by Justin S.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 02/20/2019 02:46:29
Reign of the Exarchs Poster Great poster, great art. But it's folded in half, rather than rolled up. I'll let the people know.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
M20 The Art of Mage: 20 Years and More
by Charles S.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 02/19/2019 01:20:29
M20 The Art of Mage: 20 Years and More I love this book. It has all the great stuff of the Revised Art of Mage book, but updated. Similar amount of art, though slightly less dense. But that lower density is replaced by words describing the process and discussing the art, which is excellent. Best of all, most of the artists have links to their websites, in case anyone has it in them to commission or even just buy prints of pieces they love. Also, though the Matt Korteling entry, I learned that Mage Minis exist, which...rather surprised me (WoD never seemed super great at tactical combat stuff that minis are good for) and I just hope that someday, whoever has the rights to them at the moment sells them or the files required to 3d print them. The discussion of signature characters is excellent, covering characters from the beginning of Mage all the way through new ones created for Mage 20. Particularly nice given the lack of a Mage Who's Who book. Overall, I recommend it even for people who aren't big into art book...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Cambridge Art Pack
by DSC T. G. C. ..
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 02/18/2019 18:04:50
Cambridge Art Pack Amazing black and white art work by Scott Metzger.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
MrGone's Bloodline Cambridge Character Sheets
by DSC T. G. C. ..
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 02/18/2019 18:01:20
MrGone's Bloodline Cambridge Character Sheets Another amazing character sheet by Mr Gone. Strongely recommend that everyone uses his products.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Cambridge Security
by DSC T. G. C. ..
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 02/18/2019 17:59:12
Cambridge Security Cambridge Security is a follow up book to Bloodline Cambridge, though that book isn't really needed to make use of Cambridge Security. The book details the founding of Cambridge Security, a company that provides security services thoughout the world of darkness while fighting a secret war against the forces of evil. Although the mudane actions of the company are glossed over, the details of their covert operations division Black Aegis is well presented. The best part of the book is the vast number of characters detailed in the book. The Tabletop Gaming Cclub recommends this book be part of every storytellers library. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Art of Mage the Ascension
by Charles S.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 02/18/2019 17:39:33
The Art of Mage the Ascension This book is exactly what it says: the art of Mage: the Ascension. Overall, it has a decent selection of pieces (taste varies, of course, I would pick different ones most likely, but the choices were generally good and from a proper variety of Mage artists. The text included was generally ok, nothing particularly special, though there were a few weird layout quirks (extra spacing in words) and the section on the Mage Tarot was a bit of a mess, despite being simple (withthe Traditions and Nephandi established as corresponding to Rods/Questing and Cups/Primordialism, but no such thing for Dynamism/Pattern, despite Pattern particularly being obviously the Technocracy....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Beckett’s Vampire Folio 25: Death Has Many Faces
by DSC T. G. C. _.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 02/18/2019 17:30:01
Beckett’s Vampire Folio 25: Death Has Many Faces Beckett's Vampire Folios do a great job of distilling material from Beckett's Jyhad Diary into something that is easily useable by Storytellers. Each volume of the Foilo details the NPC's that appear in the corresponding chapter of the Diary. This product features necromancers of varies Clans and Bloodlines. The Tabletop Gaming Club highly recommends this product to any storyteller wanting to feature events from Beckett's Jyahd Diary.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Rio de Janeiro Noturno
by Gleiber S.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 02/16/2019 17:26:00
Rio de Janeiro Noturno Rio de Janeiro Noturno! Muito bem escrito! Leitura fácil e agradável. Recomendo!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Hunger Within
by Jeremy M.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 02/16/2019 16:54:10
The Hunger Within The genius of this module is that while it follows the KISS principle impeccably, it offers great scope for customization and extension. A novice Storyteller need only deal with a limited range of variables – a single adversary with a simple goal, based in an isolated location. Defeating the adversary requires the skills of a diverse but familiar range of character types who are well-represented by the pre-generated PCs. No possible scenario will ever cope with every combination of characters that a player group will come up with, but The Hunger Within does a fine job offering a role to many of the likelier concepts. The setting is sufficiently well detailed that it might become the home base of the PC group, with history, demographics, economics and notable watering-holes all covered - and interestingly so. (I particularly enjoyed the historical background). It feels like a real and specific place, not an “everywheresville”. But with a little work, it could easily be transplant...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Exalted: Map of Creation Poster
by Michael K.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 02/14/2019 22:07:27
Exalted: Map of Creation Poster Wish it came in a bigger size, but it works for my goal of getting my players to scribble where thier towns are.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Wr20 Handbook for the Recently Deceased
by Björn L.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 02/13/2019 15:00:48
Wr20 Handbook for the Recently Deceased Review from Mephisto 69 Online Add-On (https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/261389/Mephisto-69-Onl-
ine-AddOn), translated from German (find orignal German review below) # **Handbook of the Recently Dead** In addition to the **Wraith: The Oblivion Anniversary Edition**, the **Handbook of the Recently Dead** is a small, inexpensive addition aimed at beginners. In three chapters, the book provides useful tips for assuming the roles of psyche, shadow and game leader. All three chapters are helpful to familiarize yourself with the complex subject matter of **Wraith** and integrate it piece by piece into the game. While two chapters are really good tools for players, the game master chapter seems a bit out of place, as there are already some tips here that players might not want to read. For a complex role-playing game like **Wraith** it is a good idea to extend the introduction with such an additional book. *Deutsche Version* Zusätzlich zur **Wraith: The Oblivion Anniversary Ed...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Wraith: The Oblivion 20th Anniversary Edition
by Björn L.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 02/13/2019 14:56:21
Wraith: The Oblivion 20th Anniversary Edition *Review from **Mephisto 69 Online Add-On** (https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/261389/Mephisto-69-Onl-
ine-AddOn), translated from German (find orignal German review below) * # **Wraith: The Oblivion 20th Anniversary Edition** "You're dead" - these words could be the beginning of character creation at **Wraith**, because the former fourth system of the ***World of Darkness***, for which the anniversary edition was published somewhat late, revolves around the topic of ghosts. In **Wraith**, the player characters have just died and are thrown into a terrible world, because unlike the rest of the world of darkness, the Shadowlands are a very strange place. As long as the ghosts are still young and bound by earthly passions (Passions) and anchors (Fetters), they exist in the Shadowlands, which appear as a dark image of our reality. Here they can see and influence the world of mortals a bit, but this is neither easy nor allowed by the current regime. Beneath the Shadowlands exists ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Ephemeral Influence
by Kevin B.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 02/11/2019 13:47:33
Ephemeral Influence I thought this book was quite solid, fleshing out the influence rules from the core Chronicles of Darkness book in an easy to understand and evocative way. The best parts of the book were the sections on general guidelines for influence use and the example influences. Those were worth the price of the book alone. I think the core rulebook for Chronicles would have been improved with a version of the general guidelines included here. The examples for influences are nice and varied and should be able to accomidate a wide variety of spirits and ghosts in a game. The last section on Merits and Powers wasn't bad, but it was shorter than I was hoping for. That said, the author directly references already existing merits and powers for the various supernatural groups in other books that can be used for further influence control, which I thought was a particularly nice touch. By my count there is: One Mortal merit One Vampire Discipline (five ranks) One Werewolf Rite, One Werewol...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Mage: The Sorcerers Crusade
by Charles S.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 02/10/2019 22:36:05
Mage: The Sorcerers Crusade I've been looking forward to reading this, as this line was Satyros Phil Brucato's baby, and he's very proud of it, and it should tell me a lot about his attitudes towards M20 (I've liked the Mage Revised books by him I've read, though this will be a line that he had nigh complete editorial control over, to my understanding). And right out of the gate, I'm blown away by the fact that there's a map! And better, it has the White Tower, Mistridge and Doissetep on it, answering questions I've been wondering about for years, and making me feel truly stupid. Well, that's part of the point of this, to find all the things I've missed in Mage by coming to it so late (2001 was my first Mage game). The introductory fiction is quite good, and I'll avoid spoilers other than that, like many Mage books, it involves an Awakening, though this one is a bit unusual. The only thing that bothered me was the font, and that's a matter of taste, but it made even the pleasant writing into a chore to re...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Castles and Covenants
by Charles S.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 02/10/2019 22:16:11
Castles and Covenants Overall, this is an excellent book, with details on Covenants and strongholds for Mages of both the Traditions and the Order of Reason. It goes into detail on several locations for the Order of Reason, several for the Traditions (including earlier snapshops of Doissetep and Horizon than in Book of Chantries and Horizon: Stronghold of Hope) and some for others. However, the book suffers from one absolutely severe flaw: the lack of Covenant creation rules. These rules were promised in Sorcerer's Crusade and even in the text on the back of the book, though they just aren't included, leaving the Book of Chantries as the most up-to-date Chantry creation rules for Mage....

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
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