Your coterie of vampires has been trapped in a burning apartment in ancient Rome, a grizzled hunter determined to take the lot of you out on a suicidal vengeance trip. Seems like a simple “Vamps versus Hunter” setup, right? Sure, until everyone figures out they aren’t really the cause of each other’s problems after all.
A few years ago, we started a Halloween tradition with our gaming group. Every Halloween, we get together and play an appropriately themed game for a few hours, often with some kind of house rule that lets the players earn the right to eat candy. If we can manage it, we play on Halloween night, [...]
Things that are forbidden and mysterious hold such terrible allure. Whether you are a vampire or not, you may find it difficult to resist reading this expanded account of the vampire Anti-Christ, Longinus. Can an RPG supplement with no rules or art find a place on your bookshelf? Depends how weird you are.
If you look carefully through the comment threads that accompany some of the reviews of White Wolf RPG supplements here at Robot Viking, you might notice that one of the authors frequently stops in to join the discussion. That author is none other than Wood Ingham, freelance game designer, contributor to many White Wolf games, [...]
Vampire: the Requiem exists in a more mysterious World of Darkness than the previous incarnation of the game. Without a sourcebook for every city and clan, there is much still to be discovered about this strange version of reality. Ancient Bloodlines begins to shed some light on the ways vampires have been shaped by the [...]
Characters in Hunter: the Vigil face all manner of horrific supernatural baddies, but one group of foes presents a far greater threat than all the rest – vampires. The new Night Stalkers supplement allows storytellers to pit hunters against the sprawling, ancient society of evil blood suckers.
Vampires are, by their very nature, a decadent lot, unconcerned with quaint mortal morality and generally focused on their own sanguine pleasures. So what happens when you throw the Kindred into the most decadent era of the 20th century? A bloody good time!