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- Reality Overthrown!
- Their heritage is magic, their quest truth. Every culture has nurtured or condemned them. They lead humanity to the far horizon and beyond. They are mages, the inventors of sorcery, science and faith. For centuries they have battled to define existence and lead humanity to an enlightened age. Now, in an age when technology is humanity's magic, the magicians of yesteryear's mystic Traditions fight for survival and the key to the cosmos itself – Ascension.
- Choose Your Truth
- The heroes of Mage: The Ascension, revised in the tradition of Vampire: The Masquerade, have lost their war for reality but the struggle continues in this quintessential volume. All of the Traditions are updated and elaborated, along with the history of mages in the World of Darkness. Explore the revised rules of the Spheres, Resonance and Paradox. See the devastating changes that signal the end for the Ascension War, and learn how modern mages survive 2000s Year of Revelations.
Prologue: Through a Darkened MirrorEdit
A brief introduction to the world of Mage and the nature of its protagonists, a guide to using the rulebook, and a brief list of inspirational literature and film.
Chapter One: A World of DarknessEdit
An overview of the World of Darkness and the place of mages within it, and a lexicon of mage terminology.
Chapter Two: The TraditionsEdit
Chapter Three: Character and TraitsEdit
Character creation rules.
Chapter Four: The SpheresEdit
Chapter Five: RulesEdit
The basic rules of the Storyteller System.
Chapter Six: Systems and DramaEdit
More advanced rules for unusual situations.
Chapter Seven: A History of the Ascension WarEdit
Chapter Eight: StorytellingEdit
Advice on running a Mage chronicle.
Chapter Nine: AntagonistsEdit
Traits and information for various individuals, organisations, creatures, and other threats to modern mages.
Optional rules for Merits and Flaws.
Epilogue: Striding Forth into the Final DaysEdit
The Revised edition of Mage purposefully made the game much darker and grittier, declaring the Ascension War all but lost to the Technocracy, and removing all the most powerful Council mages through the device of the Avatar Storm, which also made it much more difficult for mages to travel through the Umbra. These changes were met with a divided fan reaction.
The Revised edition also formalised a rule system for dealing with Resonance, and abandoned the variant spelling "magick" which was previously used to denote Awakened magic.
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