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World of Darkness

REVIEW: Werewolf: The Apocalypse

Werewolf: The Apocalypse has always been about third or fourth in my favorite of the World of Darkness games. Which is not so much an insult or a question of its quality as the...

Blood Sigils

REVIEW: Blood Sigils

Blood Sigils is a supplement for Vampire: The Masquerade Fifth Edition. It is a supplement detailing the use of Blood Sorcery, Thin Blooded Alchemy, and the black market that has emerged around the use...

REVIEW: Prince of the City by Keith Herber

Prince of the City by Keith Herber is both a prequel as well as sequel to the book Dark Prince by the same author. It is one of the early Vampire: The Masquerade novels...

REVIEW: Dark Prince by Keith Herber

Dark Prince by Keith Herber is the first full-length novel for the World of Darkness and, more specifically, Vampire: The Masquerade setting. It was published in 1994 and introduced the character of Vannevar Thomas...

REVIEW: The Ebon Mask by Richard Lee Byers

The Ebon Mask by Richard Lee Byers is a novel set in the Wraith: The Oblivion gameline. I was never a fan of Wraith while it was being printed but am reasonably familiar with...

Blood-Stained Love

REVIEW: Blood-Stained Love

Blood-Stained Love is the latest supplement for Vampire: The Masquerade and I have to say that it is a supplement I was looking forward to a lot. I’m a big fan of storytelling supplements...

REVIEW: Vampire: The masquerade: Swansong

Vampire: The Masquerade: Swansong is a very difficult game to review and is basically a heart monitor when it comes to quality. There are parts that are magnificent with incredibly good writing, world-building, and...

REVIEW: Blue Eye Samurai

Blue Eye Samurai is the latest animated effort from Netflix and I feel confident in saying it is the best one yet. Whilst a Western production, the Japanese setting and style will have anime...

REVIEW: Cults of the Blood Gods

Cults of the Blood Gods is a somewhat controversial topic to begin with as it is a book that reflects Kindred (vampire) religion. One of the elements that makes V:TM so interesting is that it...

REVIEW: Chicago by Night 5th Edition

Chicago by Night 5th Edition is technically the third edition of the seminal Chicago by Night city book supplement for Vampire: The Masquerade. Way back in 1991, the book was released for the then-new...