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Blood Bond
Written by: Ken Cliffe
Edited by: Andrew Greenberg, Stewart Wieck
Developed by: Mark Rein•Hagen, Andrew Greenberg
Interior Art: John Bridges, Josh Timbrook
Cover Art: Jeff Starling
Production: Sam Chupp
Cartography: Chris McDonough
Back Cover: Chris McDonough
Logo: Chris McDonough
Special Thanks:

Ken "What are you doing to my work?" Cliffe for not losing his cool over space constraints.
Mark "Back on Schedule" Rein•Hagen for busting butt (mainly other people's) to get things the way they're supposed to be.
Stewart "Supreme Ruler of this Dimension, and ..." Wieck for not dominating all he surveys and leaving it to us puny mortals.
Wes "Original Gangsta" Harris for instructing all up and coming MacDaddies.
Josh "Shut up, fool" Timbrook for not allowing his new position to go to his head.
Sam You ever tasted Auturian Speckled Goose Pie?" Chupp for cooking real food and having sugar.
Andrew "Whoah - Gravity" Greenberg for putting his foot down and through the roof.
Travis "Oid" Williams for going on and on and on and on and on about the computer (and its games, functions, peripherals, etc.)
Chris "Maui Wowee" McDonough for taking Ann off the Market (Damn!)

Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 1991
Pages: 36
Publication #: WW 2103
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-020-1
PDF: Bullet-rpg
Price: PDF: $8.00

Blood Bond is a story for a Vampire: the Masquerade chronicle, written by Ken Cliffe and published in 1991.


From the White Wolf catalog:

The Tie that Binds Is the Tie that Kills
Some mortals say love is the most powerful emotion the Kindred know better. Far more powerful than love is the force of blood. When drunk from another Vampire three times it creates an obsession none can resist.
Now the characters learn just how strong the blood bond can be and at the same time deal with the Prince of Chicago, strange new Kindred and the dread Sabbat. But the question persists – who among them is blood bound?



Discusses the role of blood bond and the theme of freedom as well as the plot of a feud between two elders.

Chapter One: The ReturnEdit

Chapter Two: Best Served ColdEdit

Chapter Three: Edit

Chapter Four: The InitiationEdit


Background InformationEdit

Memorable QuoteEdit





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