|Authors:||Brian Campbell, Nicky Rea|
|Developer:||Robert Hatch, Justin Achilli|
|Art Director:||Lawrence Snelly|
|Layout & Typesetting:||Katie McCaskill|
|Interior Art:||Dennis Calero, Mike Danza, Guy Davis, Eric Lacombe, David Leri, Vince Locke, Larry MacDougall, Andrew Ritchie, Alex Sheikman|
|Front Cover Art:||Gerald Brom|
|Back Cover Art:||Guy Davis|
|Cover Design:||Katie McCaskill|
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc.|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Years Covered:||1197 CE|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-56504-287-5|
From the White Wolf catalog:
- When Fiends and Warlocks Go To War
- Good evening, childer. Welcome to our old and blood-drenched soil. We have known the tread of the Hun, the Roman, the Magyar, yet we stand defiant, as we always have. Now, after sunset, cries of war and horror pierce the night. As the old ways crumble and Usurpers recieve their bloody baptism, limitless power awaits those clever and brutal enough to take it. But beware: The Old Country is a harsh mistress, and those who fail greet the dawn on impaling stakes. So come, my friends. Enter freely, and of your own will. After all...you may never leave.
- The Blue Danube Runs Red With Gore!
- Transylvania by Night is a source book depicting the classic "vampire country" of Eastern Europe, as it is in the Dark Medieval world. One part history, one part Hammer Horror, this book will delight Vampire aficionados and genre fans alike.
Chapter One: IntroductionEdit
Why the book is written, and references to help with atmosphere of classic horror.
Chapter Two: A Land Bedecked in DarknessEdit
Chapter Three: Cities and Settlements of the EastEdit
Chapter Four: The Cainites of Eastern EuropeEdit
Chapter Five: The Children of the NightEdit
...because they hold such influence in the area they get the next two chapters. This chapter belongs to the Tzimisce, and how the Voivodes rule over Transylvania, bringing the terrifying old stories to life.
Chapter Six: Born of Magick: The TremereEdit
Chapter Seven: StorytellingEdit
Themes, moods, and ideas for running Transylvanian chronicles.
Chapter Eight: Denizens of DarknessEdit
Appendix: Slaves of the Voivodes and Other MiscellanyEdit
- A note in the introduction points out there are some historical inaccuracies in the book for the sake of drama, most notably the early formation of Budapest.
- According to an interview with Brom in InQuest Gamer, the original sketches for the cover art featured a cross; it was changed to an abstract "pagan-type" symbol to prevent controversy.
- Anatole - Hunting vampires in Eastern Europe by order of God
- Count Radu, Tzimisce Prince of Bistrița
- Lucita - More details on her journeys during the era
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