Reid Schmadeka with Brendan Moran
Layout & Typesetting:
Mike Danza, Tommy Lee Edwards, Michael Gaydos, Drew Tucker, Conan Venus
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, for not letting me call the intern “Wu-Tang” Ed “Method Man” Hall , for London broil Rich “Now Drink Again” Dansky , for stealth questions Carl “Goob” Bowen , for the twelve-hour debauch that made me miss the beer fest Chad “Agent Chao” Brown Pauline “Byud” Benney, for knowing the time that it’s thinnest , for riding to Ybor City the hard way and riding back unconscious Dean “Middle Man” Burnham , for not reckonin' a great western ifn it shot him ‘tween the eyes Ben “Unforgiven” Monk , for knowing when a broken bottle comes in handy Greg “Honorary Hooligan” Fountain Richard “Yogurt” Thomas, for surviving the Cultural Revolution in the refrigerator , for becoming one of the sandaled unwashed Ken “Barefoot Hippie” Cliffe , for taking nepotism to new heights Chris ‘The Voice of Werewolf” McDonough Brian “Jar Jar Binks” Glass, for the scene of unimaginable Lego terror And Justin “Midnight Shakes, Day Two” Achilli, for making the wrong choice when confronted with Athens or a 24-hour detox.
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1680 - 1793 CE
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is the third book in the four-volume, century-spanning Transylvania Chronicles III: Ill Omens Transylvania Chronicles saga that links the Dark Medieval of Vampire: The Dark Ages to the modern nights of Vampire: The Masquerade.
White Wolf Catalog:
An Epic of Tumult
Dracula stalks the night, Kupala rages beneath the cursed land of Transylvania and Paris burns in revolution. The characters - princes, rebels and everything in between - find themselves amid the flames and besieged by friend and foe alike. Can they survive the terrors of both the supernatural world and the kine? Or will they become so much ash on the wind?
The Long Night is Over Transylvania Chronicles III: Ill Omens continues the chronicle begun in Dark Tides Rising . The
players' characters, elders of the Camarilla, Sabbat or independent clans face opposition from all sides - Dracula, rival sects and even the citoyens of the burgeoning French Revolution. The signs of Gehenna continue to appear. Only the stalwart can stand against them, and only the most vile hurry them along.
Ill Omens Includes:
The continuation of the
Transylvania Chronicles Events from the French Revolution and the
Giovanni purge of the Cappadocians Down time and maturation systems for long-term play
Chapter One: From Medieval Glory to Enlightened Darkness Edit
Chapter Two: Twilight of the Graverobber Edit
Cappadocian asks the character's help against the Giovanni's hunt.
Chapter Three: Enter the Dragon Edit
Dracula asks the characters to get back his sword.
Chapter Four: The Blood of Tyrants Edit
The characters assist to the French Revolution.
Chapter Five: Characters Edit
Chapter Six: Storytelling the Chronicle of Ages Edit
Appendix: Knowledge of the Ages Edit
Background Information Edit
Memorable Quotes Edit