Flames Rising PDF Store
DriveThruComics
DriveThruFiction



Home » White Wolf » Book of Madness: Whispers Without, Chaos Within » Reviews
Close
New Account
 
  
 
 
You will lose your chance to get the free product of the week.
One-click unsubscribe later if you don't enjoy the newsletter.
Close
Log In
 
 Forgot password?
 

 Quick Find
 
Search current filter(s)?
Advanced Search
Narrow Results
 Follow Your Favorites!
NotificationsLog in or create an account and you can choose to get email notices whenever your favorite publishers or topics get new items!
 Information
See our Quickstart Guide for information on how to get started.

Having Problems?
  • Troubleshooting - go here if you are having technical problems with the site or your products.
  • FAQ - our Frequently Asked Questions page.
  • Device Help - assistance for viewing your purchases on a tablet device.
  • Contact us if none of these answer your questions.

Affiliate System - Click here for information about how you can get money by referring people to Flames Rising PDF Store!

Our Latest Newsletter
Product Reviews
Privacy Policy
How to Sell on Flames Rising PDF Store
Convention Support Program


RSS Feed New Product RSS Feed
Back
Book of Madness: Whispers Without, Chaos Within
 
$9.00 $6.76
Average Rating:3.5 / 5
Ratings Reviews Total
0 0
0 1
1 0
0 0
0 0
Book of Madness: Whispers Without, Chaos Within
Click to view
Book of Madness: Whispers Without, Chaos Within
Publisher: White Wolf
by Justin B. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/12/2010 22:40:42
Well-written sourcebook on adversaries for Mage: The Ascension. Book of Madness drives home the point that a human being who has sold him/herself out to the powers of darkness is by far scarier than the demons themselves. These evildoers are called Nephandi, and includes both mages who make pacts with demons for power and glory, and ones who are philosophically committed to undoing creation itself.

Also covered are Marauders, insane mages who warp reality around them into their own private universe and are immune to the cosmic backlash suffered by Mages known as paradox, an extensive essay on the nature of Paradox and belief in Mage: the Ascension, and write-ups on a variety of NPCs, mythological creatures, and demonic entities.

Book of Madness doesn't give extensive coverage on how Nephandic corruption affects the different spheres of magic in the game (other than the sphere of entropy); this is handled better in the revised edition of the book.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Displaying 1 to 1 (of 1 reviews) Result Pages:  1 
Back
You must be logged in to rate this
0 items
Powered by DrivethruRPG