Authors: Stephen Di Pesa, David Hill, Matthew McFarland, Alex Scokel, Travis Stout, Stewart Wilson, Filamena Young
Developer: Chuck Wendig
Art Direction and Layout: Aileen E. Miles
Creative Director: Richard Thomas
Artists: John Bridges, Bethany Culp, Saana Lappalainen, Brian LeBlanc, Justin Norman, Pat Loboyko, Melissa Uran
Cover Art: Abrar Ajmal
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: August 18, 2010
Pages: 224
Year: 2010
Publication #: WW30106
Reference #: ISBN 978-1-58846-375-3
PDF: Bullet-rpg
Price: $17.99 US

Signs of the Moon is a sourcebook for Werewolf: The Forsaken. The book expands the role of Auspices.

Summary Edit

From the Onyx Path catalog:

"Who are we?
Are we who we choose to be?
Or do we have no choice at all?
Mother Moon
The Crazy Queen
It's her game
A rigged game
The world is a playing field
These are her mad rules
And we are her pieces
Each of us knows her face
And yet, she has five faces
So what do we do?
Who are we?"
This book includes:
  • Chapters devoted to each of the five auspices. In each, you'll find in-character artifacts discussing the histories and lives of those within the auspices, and you'll also find new weapons for your characters: Gifts, rites, lodges, as well as Auspice Aspects that characters can choose to hone in on how their characters best embody the auspice they represent.
  • A Storytelling chapter dedicated to discussing how best to use auspice in your game from both a practical and theoretical perspective, as well as a frank discussion on creating new auspices and new Gifts.
  • A series of Storytelling Adventure System scenes meant to serve as "auspice challenges" - these scenes are bound to different auspices and can be dropped into your games to highlight the importance of one's moon.

Introduction Edit

Chapter I: Stalker Edit

Chapter II: Spirit Master Edit

Chapter III: Walker Between Edit

Chapter IV: Visionary Edit

Chapter V: Warrior Edit

Chapter VI: Faces and Phases Edit

Background Information Edit

Memorable Quotes Edit

Characters Edit

References Edit

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