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Written by: Emrey Barnes
Developer: Bill Bridges
Editor: Annie Schultz
Art Director: Richard Thomas
Comic Book Art: Brent Trammel
Interior Art: Brian LeBlanc, Mike Chaney
Back Cover Art: Joshua Gabriel Timbrook
Front & Back Cover Design: Lawrence Snelly
Typesetting & Layout: Kathleen Ryan
White Wolf, Inc. Execs:


Mark Rein-Hagen, Stewart Wieck, Owners

Stephan Wieck, President

Wes Harris, Vice President of Marketing

Michael Krause, Vice President of Sales

Richard Thomas, Vice President of Production and Design

Ken Cliffe, Director of Development and Editing

Benjamin T. Monk, Jr., Controller

Rebecca Schaefer, Warehouse Manager

Special Thanks:


Andrew "Antedeluvian" Greenberg for the hordes of neonates slavering for his position.

Phil "Hassan chop!" Brucato for his gift to future generations.

Mike "Thumbilina" Tinney for being a girly man who can't lift a desk.

Ian "The Fisher King" Lemke for suffering Rob's Dolorous Stroke.

Jennifer "Goth girl" Hartshorn for her nocturnal singing.

Ken "Ralidium poisoning" Cliffe for his big buy at the miniatures convention.

Cynthia "Invisible Girl" Summers for hiding away in her office.

Laura "Zipped" Perkinson for her cool outfit at the World Horror Con.

Ethan "Home on the range" Skemp for placing his desk where the tumbleweeds blow.

Author's Dedication:


To the machines that realize that a couple of humans have respect for them. To the co-workers and relatives who died during the writing of this book: Henry, Todd Smith, Grandma Pease and Phyllis Kutner. Thanks to the guys at the Sunday night game: Chris, Rick, Brad, Steve, John and Russ. Thanks to my parents for never telling me that trying to be a writer is a foolish maneuver. Don't let the media pull the wool over your eyes. Live life the way that you think it should be lived. Long live liberty. Fight for freedom.

Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: May 5, 1995
Pages: 72
Publication #: WW03056
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-327-8
Online: DriveThruRPG.com Bullet-rpg
Price: PDF: $6.00

Glass Walkers Tribebook is a sourcebook for Werewolf: The Apocalypse detailing the history and culture of the Weaver-leaning Glass Walkers.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf catalog:

To: All sept members
From: Susan "CEO" Scapelli
Re: Recent city-wide security breaches
It has come to my attention that the bruhahaha with the fomori last week (Saturday, 12:05 am) was due entirely to a lack of alertness among our membership. The signs of their buildup were woefully apparent after the fact. If proper security protocols had been observed, none of the Banes would have infiltrated the zone and captured so many residents.
I am calling for an overall review of city-wide security procedures. All Garou are to report to their pack leaders for proper instructions. All House leaders are to report to the Don. All allied spirits are to be notified of this activity and asked to help out however possible. Don't screw this one up, folks. The last thing we need is an irate building or street.
I want the results of this review on my desk by next Friday, 9:00 am sharp.
Glass Walkers Tribebook includes:
  • The history and culture of the Glass Walkers
  • A "Legends of the Garou" comic book
  • Five ready-to-play character templates

ContentEdit

Introduction: Metal OrganismEdit

Chapter One: The March of HistoryEdit

The history of the Glass Walkers.

Chapter Two: High SocietyEdit

The culture of the Glass Walkers.

Chapter Three: Worldly ContactsEdit

The Glass Walkers around the world.

Appendix One: Powers of the CityEdit

New Gifts, rites, fetishes, and totems.

Appendix Two: Residents of the Naked CityEdit

Five ready-to-play characters.

Appendix Three: If We Built Statues...Edit

Famous Glass Walkers of the past and present.

Background InformationEdit

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Memorable QuotesEdit

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CharactersEdit

TerminologyEdit

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