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Scenes of the Embrace


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Welcome to Scenes of the Embrace, a collection of fourteen stand-alone scenes based on the seven Vices for your use in any Vampire: The Requiem chronicle. Although some suggestions for mechanics are included with this anthology, these scenes have a strong emphasis on dramatic storytelling.

Each Embrace focuses on a sire's struggle with her Vice. As such, you will find that these scenes might work best for players that are already in a chronicle. However, if you or your players are new to Vampire: The Requiem, these scenes will also allow you to let a character's Prelude unfold.

A Storytelling Adventure System scene anthology for Vampire: The Requiem

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Flames R. [Regelmässiger Rezensent]
November 7th, 2011
Preludes. Some of my best memories of Storyteller games circle around Preludes. I could sequester away a player for perhaps an evening and, for a session, really get into that particular character’s head. Dice rarely hit the table. It was about motivati [...]
Adrian S. [Regelmässiger Rezensent]
January 9th, 2011
Scenes of the Embrace isn't a title that I find particularly useful at all. The product sets out an anthology of fourteen scenes (two per sin), which has an Embrace as the centre piece. Whilst it mit work for some groups, I simply can't see any character [...]
January 6th, 2011
Scenes of the Embrace is an anthology product put out by White Wolf as part of their Storyteller Adventure System which seeks to reduce prep time needed to pull together a World of Darkness story. Each SAS product is presented in landscape format and [...]
January 6th, 2011
When I first got the New World of Darkness, about the only thing that I was not all that thrilled was the change from Nature/Demeanor to Virtue/Vice. While it was by no means a dealbreaker, I still preferred to older system in that respect. However, Monic [...]