Creative Director: Rich Thomas
Concept and Design: C.A. Suleiman
Writing: David Brookshaw, Michael Goodwin, George Holochwost, Khaldoun Khelil, Ari Marmell, Malcolm Sheppard, Greg Stolze, C.A. Suleiman
Developer: C.A. Suleiman
Editor: John Chambers
Art Director: Mike Chaney
Interior Art: Aaron Acevedo, Abrar Aimal, Samuel Araya, James Denton, Craig S Grant, Borja Puig Linares, Johan Lindroos, Vince Locke, Marco Mazzoni, Christopher Shy, Andy Trabbold, Cathy Wilkins, Tyler Windham
Book Design: Craig S Grant, Mike Chaney
This game is dedicated to the people of Egypt.
Special Thanks
To professors Edward Said and Norman Finkelstein, for histories untold and obfuscations denied.
Playtesters: Agena Allen, Chris Allen, Arran Boyd, Beau Brown, Whitney Carnes, Nate Duvall, Phil St-Leger Harris, Ginie Holochwost, Chris Langston, Matthew Malis, Matt McCormick, Andy Parker, Neall Raemonn Price, Ramon Reyes, Joana Suleiman

Michael would like to dedicate his work on Mummy to his mother.

Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: March 27, 2013
Pages: 286
Year: 2013
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Price: $59.99
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Mummy: The Curse Rulebook is the first and primary rulebook for the Mummy: The Curse line.

Summary Edit

From the Onyx Path catalog:

When you trespass, the reason you feel you are being watched is because you are. The fear is real. When you steal, the dread that comes over you is neither guilt nor paranoia, but the cold certitude of fate. The curse is real. When you die, know that your life was but a flash upon the face of the deep in the mind of your judge. We are real. And we are arisen.
— Ankh-Nephris, the Hand of Wisdom
Imagine being both dead and deathless at the same time. Imagine being cradled in the arms of death for years, sometimes decades on end, but all the while knowing that you will eventually not only arise again, but awaken to an unfamiliar world that mostly fears and hates you. Now imagine that your purpose, your entire existence, is bound within this cycle -- that you are chained to it for all eternity. You sleep, you wake, your serve your Judge's will in the lands of the living, and you return to the death-sleep once more. The ancient culture that empowered you is gone, lost to the sands of time... yet you endure.
In Mummy: The Curse, a Storytelling game set in the World of Darkness, you play one of these beings. Those who know they exist, from the cultists who serve them to the dark forces arrayed against them, call them the Deathless.
We call them mummies.
What’s in it?

Prologue: The Seven-Times-Hallowed Mask Edit

A short story involving a man named Walter who joins one of the Arisen as they search for the stolen Relic left in the Arisen's charge, the Seven-Times-Hallowed Mask.

Introduction Edit

A short section detailing the themes, mood, and lexicon used within Mummy: The Curse. This section also explains that the book is divided into two: the first half of the book is for the players, while the second half is for Storytellers wishing to run a Chronicle.

Book One: Player’s Guide to the Arisen Edit

Chapter One: The Arisen World Edit

Chapter Two: The Modeler Edit

Chapter Three: The Inhuman Condition Edit

Book Two: Mummy Storyteller’s Handbook Edit

Chapter Four: The Scroll of Ages Edit

Chapter Five: Faces of Undeath Edit

Chapter Six: Vessels of Power Edit

Chapter Seven: Framing Immortality Edit

Appendix: Eve of Judgment Edit

Epilogue Edit

Background Information Edit

Memorable Quotes Edit

Memory is the basis of every journey.

Stephen King, Dreamcatcher

Characters Edit

Mummy: The Curse Virtual Box Set Edit

Released along with the Mummy: The Curse Rulebook, the Virtual Box Set is a .PDF set containing the core rulebook, the Mummy: The Curse Player's Book, an SAS, an interactive character sheet, and the Mummy: The Curse Storyteller's Screen.

Mummy: The Curse Interactive Character Sheets Edit

Available for free download, this release contains several interactive character sheets perfect for both online play and record keeping. While there are many sheets, most are the same with only superficial differences.

Trivia Edit

  • Eddy Webb noted at the Grand Masquerade that rather than "Mummy: The Something" they may simply call the game "Mummy: Something."
  • In December 19th's Jennisodes blogcast Episode 72, Eddy Webb was a special guest, and mentioned that the current proposed name was "Mummy: The Curse."

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