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Laws of the Night: Camarilla Guide
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Laws of the Night: Camarilla Guide
Publisher: White Wolf
by Alex W. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 07/03/2014 12:18:54

[Standard White Wolf Cross Referencing Complaint]

Art: Oh boy. I would accuse it of being camera phone photography, but the book predates wide spread use of camera phones. Worst example is the picture they use for the Gargoyle bloodline... I will leave it as an exorcise to the reader to cringe at that.

Layout: Its sane, but with cross referencing issues common to most old White Wolf books, it could be better.

New Splat Content: It is just... more. For the most part the new Discipline content is for generations that I would never allow in a game, or have only been rarely allowed in games where I was strictly a player. The new paths for Tremere are helpful, and don't break the setting. The Gargoyles are detailed in this book, but are almost unplayable PCs in a Cam setting. They should have been in the Sabbat guide.

New Setting Content: Feels somewhat rehash-y of the core book. The Cam is the default setting for Vampire, so out of necessity, the core Laws of the Night included much of the information in this book. A good deal of it is more verbose in this book, but does not give all that much more information.

The main issue I have is, while this book felt skipable to me, it has JUST enough information in it to be required for running a Cam game. I feel it would have been better to expand the core book about 10% than to come out with this.

[3 of 5 Stars!]
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