|Children of Gaia Tribebook|
|Written by:||Daniel Greenberg with Heather Curatola|
|Edited by:||Heather Brynden|
|Art Director:||Richard Thomas|
|Comic book art:||Dan Smith|
|Art:||Richard Kane Ferguson, SCAR Studios (Antoinette Ryder and Steve Carter), Joshua Gabriel Timbrook|
|Front and Back Cover:||Robert Dixon|
|Back Cover Art:||Joshua Gabriel Timbrook|
|Special Thanks to|
"The candman can" Greenberg for the boozy chocolate he brought back from Germany
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Publication Date:||November 1994|
|Product code:||WW 03053|
|Reference Number:||ISBN 1-56504-141-0|
- "To Lie Down with the Wolf and the Lamb, Such is the Will of Gaia"
- The most empathic of all the werewolves, the Children of Gaia believe that the Wyrm cannot be defeated with its own tactics of violence and destruction. Only by returning hate with understanding, by ever-forgiving one's enemy, will the Apocalypse be diverted. The third Tribebook looks at the Children of Gaia: their enduring history, legends and behavior, as told by a Child of Gaia sage. This heavily illustrated book reveals the hidden triumph of good over evil throughout history.
- Includes: The history and culture of the Children of Gaia, a Legends of the Garou comic book, five ready-to-play character templates.
Legends of the Garou: Wounds of the WorldEdit
Introduction: Exultation of GaiaEdit
Chapter One: Following the Rainbow TrailEdit
Chapter Two: The Path of PeaceEdit
Chapter Three: The Whole of the GoddessEdit
Appendix One: PowersEdit
Appendix Two: Character TemplatesEdit
Appendix Three: The BlessedEdit
Children of Gaia Character SheetEdit
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