Vampire: Mythologies
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Vampire: Mythologies

3.73 of 5 stars 3.73  ·  rating details  ·  22 ratings  ·  2 reviews

I don't know if I believe.
But I know I'm scared.
That makes it real enough.
—Dutch, A Herald of Portland

The Legends of the Damned

Where do vampires come from? What creatures of myth do they fear? What legends do they tell about the Blood? Find out. Hear tales of the monsters that hunt the Kindred. Read the legends of the Roman vampires who founded the clans. Learn ab

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Hardcover, 142 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by White Wolf Publishing
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Colin
Jun 02, 2013 Colin rated it 5 of 5 stars
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A wonderfully creepy collection of "myths" - really, whole *mythologies*, in some cases - from the vampires of the new World of Darkness. I used one of these extensively in the first Vampire: The Requiem chronicle I ran, and it was suitably creepy - I think I scared the players as well as their characters, sometimes . . .
Broodingferret
A great example of White Wolf's "tool box" approach, which they have taken with their new World of Darkness material. Some of the ideas were odd, but they were all interesting. Good work.
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