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Vanguards of the Great Sects

Titles among the Damned arent always primogen or prisci. Somebody has to do the dirty work. From fighting Lupines to hunting rogue Cainites, from enforcing the Traditions to leading a crusade, a few bold vampires step forward to the head of the charge. Those vampires are the unsung champions of the night.

Fighting for Glory and the Cause

The latest in a series of focused chronicle rules, Archons & Templars allows players to assume the roles of prestigious Cainites in the Great Jyhad. With the authority of their sects behind them, archons and templars are assigned the most dangerous duties and enforce the will of their leaders. Whether Camarilla or Sabbat, these chosen few take the fight to the front lines.

U.S. Page Count: 160, Author: Ari Marmell, Sarah Roark and Janet Trautvetter, Developer: Justin Achilli, Artist: Lawrence Snelly


Note: The Black & White print editions of this book are not full-bleed. Because of printing requirements there is a small white border around the edge of the pages.

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August 2nd, 2013
A very handy guide for narrators who wish to include the vaunted agents of justice and order in their stories for Vampire the Masquerade. It details these two agents in great detail. It is one of the best examples of how White Wolf could specialize in [...]
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