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Fall of the Camarilla
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Fall of the Camarilla
Publisher: White Wolf
by Scott M. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 10/24/2010 09:03:43

A solid effort as a chronicle book; the content makes for a fairly epic narrative weaving in and out of the collapse of the Roman world and the inevitable dawning of the 'modern nights' as more popularly portrayed in the Vampire line. Strictly for those who want to play in that arena, however. This is, at heart, merely a chronicle book devoted to the nights of ancient Rome and if you have a penchant for historical gameplay, then this is a stellar piece of work. If your interests do not lie with the past, little here will serve to pull you in.

[4 of 5 Stars!]
Fall of the Camarilla
Publisher: White Wolf
by Dan A. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 01/31/2008 09:02:16

Here we have, probably, the best Vampire the Requiem book, and probably one of the best chronicles ever written. This chronicle introduces your characters into a dramatic history, full of plot turns and interesting situations. The non-player characters are really good, and the amount of info in these pages makes it really imprescindible for any Requiem for Rome chronicle (not only the inclided in the book), with some extra Theban and Veneficia rituals, a lot of background and some interesting new ideas. The chronicle is desingned using the SAS system, in a veri intuitive and complete way (any action the characters whould want to do in perfectly ruled in the different scenes, including rules really useful for any storitelling chronicle, such as generic party events, and even rules to play a roman dice game! Whith this supplement, VtR arrives to the level of quality and interest that drived a lot of us mad about the old VtM. A must-have supplement. I bought it via DriveTrhuRPG, and I´m so happy with it, that I´ve bought the phisical book too.

[5 of 5 Stars!]
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