Authors Deird'Re M. Brooks, Joshua Mosqueira Asheim, Lucien Soulban
Additional Material: Philippe R Boulle, Richard Dansky
Editor: Crystal Forkan
Developer: Philippe R Boulle
Art Director: Richard Thomas
Layout & Typesetting: Brian Glass
Front Cover art: John Bolton
Front & Back Cover design: Brian Glass
Interior Art: Mitch Byrd, Brian LeBlanc, Matt Mitchell
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 2001
Pages: 112
Years Covered: 1197 CE
Publication #: WW02830
Reference #: Bullet-rpg
Price: PDF: $15.95

Libellus Sanguinis: Thieves in the Night is the fourth in a series of sourcebooks that details the clans of Vampire: The Dark Ages. Volume IV covers the Ravnos, Malkavians, and Nosferatu.


From the White Wolf catalog:

The Mad, the Wretched and the Unholy
The blood of Caine grants some majesty and beauty, but it drags others into shadows of despair. Their minds shatter, their bodies wither, their souls rot. But with the Curse comes power, and in the depths of ruin lie the greatest secrets.
They Watch, They Learn, They Know
This last of the Books of Blood reveals the secrets of the Malkavian, Nosferatu and Ravnos clans in the Dark Ages. Each chapter shows you the hidden powers and terrible secrets of the clans that so many princes consider beneath their notice. Hidden cults and fearsome powers await within, if you dare step out of the light.



Chapter One: CharlatansEdit

Written by Deird'Re M. Brooks. Details on the Ravnos, both those in Europe and those in their homelands, as well as infos about the two Roads of Paradox and the many internal divisions of the Clan.

Chapter Two: LepersEdit

Written by Lucien Soulban. Details about the Nosferatu, their spread across the world as well as local variation of the Curse, their relationship with the Nictuku and how they integrate in Cainite society.

Chapter Three: MadmenEdit

Written by Joshua Mosqueira Asheim. Details about the Malkavian, including a system for derangements, information on the internal organization of the Clan during the Long Night and its internal mystery cults.

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