Tribebook: Children of Gaia is the revised version of the old Children of Gaia Tribebook. Unlike the rest of the Revised tribebooks, fans were divided in their reception.
The Hand That Offers Peace
There is no peace in the World of Darkness, but the Children of Gaia would change that. From the tribe's origins in Mesopotamia to their hidden efforts in the war-torn modern world, the Children have always tried to promote healing and unity. As werewolves, they know it's their duty to fight the last battles of the Apocalypse, but their love of life is their strength. Gaia willing, it won't prove a weakness as well.
And the Claw That Protects It
The next in the revised Tribebook series examines the Children of Gaia, the werewolves that strive to heal as well as kill, protect as well as destroy. This expanded and revised edition outlines all the strengths and weaknesses of the tribe, from their vast healing powers to the conflict between their desire for peace and the instincts that drive them to hunt and slay.
Legends of the Garou: Running and Clumping
Chapter One: Shoots and Canes (History)
Chapter Two: The Grove (Society)
Chapter Three: Green and Fallen Leaves (Character Creation)
Chapter Four: Flowers and Seeds (Some of the Children)
- Lore-Speaker Gron
- Christine de Pisan
- Raymond Love-of-the-Goddess
- Elihu Streetwright
- Garret Faithful
- Edith Looking-Glass
- Cries Havoc
- Samuel Haight
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