Chicago by Night, The Sacrifice - Episode 136

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In this episode, we are joined by Klara Horskjær Herbøl and Matthew Dawkins to talk about the new actual Play podcast by Red Moon Roleplaying, Chicago by Night, The Sacrifice. We chat about V5, Lasombra, contributing to the meta plot of our favorite games, the ups and downs of podcasting and storytelling and a bunch more.

Klara Horskjær Herbøl
is a freelance writer who has contributed to, Vampire the Masquerade Chicago by Night (The Chronicle "The Sacrifice"), Changeling: The Dreaming - Players Guide, Werewolf: The Forsaken - Shunned by The Moon, Contagion Chronicle, Mummy: The Curse 2nd Edition, Kult: Divinity Lost, Dark Eras 2, and more.
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Matthew Dawkins, The Gentleman Gamer “has been creating videos about tabletop RPGs for a decade and has been writing RPGs for five or so years, spanning genres from fantasy to historical, and horror to contemporary mystery.
 As well as being a frequent contributor to game lines such as Vampire: The Masquerade, Matthew conceptualised and recently developed They Came from Beneath the Sea!, a sci-fi game set before the backdrop of 1950s B-movies…
Matthew is a video game content designer and voiceover artist, having worked most recently for Paradox Interactive on an as-yet unannounced project.”
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New Moon Rising - Episode 6

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in this episode of New Moon Rising, we are finally introduced to Venture Anarch, Jamie. This young Ventrue faces a unique struggle existing around Chicago. This evening, Jamie finds a strange guest waiting for him when he rises for the evening and an invitation he has no choice but to accept.
How will clan and tradition impact the Anarchs of Chicago, and how deep do personal loyalties run?

Clanbook: Salubri - Episode 135

Their founder has been murdered and the clan has now scattered to the four winds. They are hunted by a cabal of usurpers and betrayed at every turn. Through every hardship, they seek unity and peace between spirit and beast. The tale of the Salubri is one of hardship, betrayal and purpose. Join us as we explore the hidden secrets of Saulot’s brood, their unique nature and history, and what is to become of them in the modern nights.

Clanbook: Salubri is a clanbook for Vampire: the Dark Ages written by Cynthia Summers and published April 29th, 1999 by White Wolf Publishing.


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Clanbook: Salubri
Written by: Cynthia Summers
April 29th, 1999


It Is the Way of War

Saulot is dead destroyed by the foul Usurper. Everywhere the servants of the Tremere hound the remaining Salubri, condemning them to the pyre or the stake. And while the land cries out for a healers touch, it is only by turning to the sword that the Salubri can survive.


Cainite Heresy - Episode 134

The Cainite Heresy spread corruption and blasphemy like slowly growing roots through the Dark Medieval church. Was the ultimate goal salvation or destruction? Did their Gehenna ever come?

In this episode, we review the 1999 release, Cainite Heresy, published by Black Dog Game Factory. This title details the twisted nature of the Cainite Heresy, their goals, rituals, history and everything else you’ll need to include these Blasphemers in your Vampire: the Dark Ages chronicle… and beyond.

This book was written by Kenneth Hite with R. Sean Bergstrom, Jason Langlois and P.D. Cacek and published by Black Dog Game Factory for White Wolf Publishing. It is part of the “Year of Reckoning,” meta-plot event and book line.


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Cainite Heresy
Written by: Kenneth Hite
with R. Sean Bergstrom, Jason Langlois
and P.D. Cacek
Feb. 24th, 1999

Shadows Creep Up the Basilica

It is the time of the Red Pentecost and the Albigensian Crusade. Soon the Third Caine will walk the land, tearing asunder the world of illusion and daring to face the rage of unholy Ialdabaoth, the Womb of Creation. In the sleepy towns of France and the cities of Italy, the adherents of heresy await, the taste of blood on their lips and only the purest flame of devotion in their hearts.


Wolves of the Sea - Episode 133

This week, we review Wolves of the Sea. This sourcebook for Vampire: the Dark Ages explores the Nordic, Viking, and Einherjar culture. Additionally, it introduces new vampiric ideals, abilities, backgrounds, systems, roads and more.
From White Wolf Wiki: From out of the north they come, relics of centuries past but deadlier than anything that has ever sailed the seas. For even in the enlightened year of 1197, when true Vikings are just a bloody rumor of the past, there are still knorrs filled with true sons of Odin and Thor, waiting for a chance to loot, pillage and slaughter.

Wolves of the Sea was written by Geoffrey C. Grabowski, Jason Langlois, Roman A. Ranieri, and Jess Heinig and published on November 12th, 1998 by White Wolf Studios.


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Wolves of the Sea
Written by: Geoffrey C. Grabowski, Jason Langlois, Roman A. Ranieri, Jess Heinig
November 12th, 1998

For Blood! For Glory! For Odin the All-Father!

For over two hundred years they pillaged across Europe, exacting tribute, sacking towns and pirating ships. The Vikings spread from Scandinavia across England and France, Greenland and Vinland, as a society of valiant warriors and traders. With them came vampires of the North, the slain warriors chosen by Odin to rise and do battle. All of Christendom learned to tremble at the approach of the Norsemen, and their blood-soaked berserkers and einherjar threatened the rule of every weakling Cainite in Europe.


Jerusalem by Night - Episode 132

We’re back to Dark Ages this week with our review of the city sourcebook, Jerusalem by Night. At the crossroads between good and evil, where the crusades meet their violent conclusion, you have Jerusalem. An ancient, holy city cherished and coveted by the three major religions of the world, Jerusalem can never be possessed by anyone - kine or cainite - for long.

Jerusalem by Night was written by Jen Clodius, Todd Satogata, James A. Moore, and Janet Berliner (Original Fiction) and published by White Wolf Studios on June 10th, 1999.


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Jerusalem by Night
Written by: Jen Clodius, Todd Satogata,
James A. Moore, and Janet Berliner
June 10th, 1999

The City of God

It sits at the crossroads of the world. Held by Islam, open to Christian pilgrims and longed for by the Children of Israel, Jerusalem is the magnet that draws three faiths to one place. It is here that East and West collide bloodily, where palmers from England and hashishin about their business can pass in the street. And it is here that Cainites gather, drawn by a power far greater than they can comprehend or fight.


Vampire: the Masquerade Chapters - Episode 131

In this episode, we sit down with Thomas Filippi of Flyos Games to talk about the upcoming storytelling board game, Vampire: the Masquerade Chapters. We dig into the story elements of Vampire: the Masquerade, going from fan to creator, and what goes in to the development of a game set in the World of Darkness.

Vampire: The Masquerade – CHAPTERS is a story-driven role-playing board game. This unique combination of playable elements delivers an unforgettable adventure for 1-4 players with highly detailed miniatures, where the strategy and decisions you make have a huge impact on the story. Vampire: The Masquerade – CHAPTERS takes place in Montreal, after the appearance of the Second Inquisition and the fall of Sabbat. Designed around three pillars—story, tactics, and role-playing—our goal is to merge the best elements of RPGs and board games in a brand-new way. Your decisions will shape the adventure in a strong and mature storytelling.


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New Moon Rising - Episode 5

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In this episode, the gang meet up with some interesting characters from the Anarch movement, their own gang, and more. We are introduced to Felix, played by Jason, who is a refugee to the Anarch Movement from the Sabbat. More Anarchs are unaccounted for as Phyl creates her plan of action.


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Demon: the Fallen, LIVE - Episode 130

Hello all! In this episode, Bob and Nate sit down at their Gen Con meetup with a bunch of super cool listeners to review Demon: the Fallen corebook.
In Demon: The Fallen, players assume the role of one of the rebel angels who defied their Creator for love of humanity and for their rebellion were cast into the Abyss, a prison hidden deep beneath the lands of the dead. Events in the modern world have made it possible for some of the fallen to escape their prison and return to the lands of man.
Demon: the Fallen was published on November 11th, 2002 by White Wolf Game Studios. It is the culmination of their “Year of the Damned” themed releases.


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Demon: the Fallen
Written by: Various
Nov. 11, 2002

Reap The Whirlwind Centuries of violence, corruption and cynicism have sown a bitter harvest throughout the world. Wars rage and spill the blood of the innocent. Mercy and compassion are ground to dust beneath the heel of religious extremism. Faith is perverted by the schemes of politicians, priests, and criminals. Now a storm is raging in the spirit world, and the gates of Hell lie broken. The angels of the Abyss are free once more, and the fate of mankind hangs in the balance. Raise a Fist to Heaven!


Libellus Sanguinis 2 - Episode 129

Well, we kinda lied and said we wouldn’t have a podcast this Friday. Turns out, we recorded one anyways. This week, we take a dive into Libellus Sanguinis 2: Keepers of the Word. This sourcebook covers three clans of the Dark Ages: Toreador, Tremere, and Brujah.
Book one details the Toreador of the Dark Ages, art in the Dark Medieval world, religion and the Courts of Love.
Book two explores the Usurper clan’s attempt to be viewed as legitimate, their internal organization, spread across Europe, and the Telyavelics.
Book three details the Brujah and their roots in pre-Carthage. It also explores the role philosophy and Olympian ideals, as well as their current status in the Dark Medieval world.
Libellus Sanguinis 2: Keepers of the Word was written by Cynthia Summers, Richard Stratton, and Jackie Cassada. It was published October 1, 1998 by White Wolf Studios.


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Libellus Sanguinis 2: Keepers of the Word
Written by: Cynthia Summers, Richard Stratton, Jackie Cassada
October 1, 1998

Three More Gather in Darkness

The medieval Tremere have seized immortality for themselves, and are despised and hunted as a result. The Toreador dance to the music of prestige and slander in the courts and castles of Europe. The Brujah want to shatter the Long Night to avenge their shattered dream. All three are here. The undead secrets of the Dark Ages are laid bare before you.


Teach Me How! - Episode 128

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Hey Everybody, Nate here from 25 years of Vampire: the Masquerade podcast! As you may know, next week is Gen Con 2019! This is a huge event for us and for gaming in general. There’s a lot of planning involved to make the event come together for our podcast. We have friends and listeners coming in from all over the country and the world! Because of that, Bob and I were unable to do our regularly scheduled review of Libellus Sanguinis 2 this week.
Have no fear though.
I have gone through our archives and put together one of our super-secret Patreon podcasts for release to the general public. This podcast is part of our educational, “Teach Me How!” series, and very few people have heard it.
Anyways, We will be back to our regular schedule next week. We will have a bunch of post-GenCon stuff coming too! We will be doing a live review of Demon: the Fallen, recorded at our GenCon meetup. If you’re going to Indy, come hang out with us August 1st! Thank you all for listening and check out our patreon for more podcasts like this if you enjoy it! Talk to you next week! 


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Clanbook: Baali - Episode 127

Welcome back to our regularly scheduled podcast! We return from Transylvania to review everyone’s FAVORITE clanbook! That’s right, we go deep (all puns intended) and review the Baali! Like all Black Dog books, this one is highly contentious, offensive, and covers topics and themes many will find offensive. We do our best to cover the book without running off the rails.
Clanbook Baali was written by Sven Skoog and Lucian Soulban for Black Dog Game Factory and Published by White Wolf Publishing on June 1st, 1998.

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Clanbook: Baali
Written by: Sven Skoog and Lucian Soulban
June 1st, 1998

We Serve a Greater Power
To the other Cainites, we are legends and lies. Behave, the old ones tell their childer, or the Baali will take you. We are as monsters out of children's tales to them, but that is all. That suits our purposes. Let them have their slanders. The truth would freeze the stolen blood in their veins. For we are not monsters lurking in the shadows after the occasional straggler. We are something far, far worse.

To Submit Is to Conquer
The Baali have always been hidden in shadow, swaddled in veils of deceit. Now, for the first time, learn the demon-haunted truth. Understand the terrible cost of Daimoinon. And know, if you can, why the Baali make their pacts with darkness.


New Moon Rising - Episode 4

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In this episode, our Anarchs go back to the club to recuperate after their conversation with the local Ministry doesn’t go how everyone wants it.
The coterie regroups, gets a new vehicle, and heads back to Club Synn the Next evening to do more investigating and hopefully talk to Mama Polari as well.


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Transylvania Chronicles IV - Episode 126

In this episode, we conclude our in-depth review of the Transylvania saga. The final book brings us into the height of the Victorian Age and beyond into the modern nights. The final prophesy of Gehenna is realized in blood and fire! After 800 years, your characters must discover the plans for the end of the world and stop them - or usher in the end of days.

Transylvania Chronicles IV was written by Brian Campbell, Jackie Cassada, and Nicky Rea and published on February 3rd, 2000 by White Wolf Studios.

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Transylvania Chronicles IV: The Dragon Ascendant
Written by: Brian Campbell, Jackie Cassada, and Nicky Rea
Feb. 3rd, 2000


Eight Centuries of Evil

The prophecies of Gehenna continue to unfold. In the darkest corners of Transylvania, Dracula stirs. Halfway across the world, a conflagration destroys an entire clan of Sabbat Cainites. The geomantic web unravels, revealing one of the greatest pieces of the Jyhad. Can the players coterie put aside its differences in time to foil the plot of an Antediluvian? Or has Gehenna finally arrived?



Transylvania Chronicles III - Episode 125

In this episode, we take an in-depth look at the third volume of the Transylvania Chronicles. This story touches on three important events of (now) kindred culture and history as the world moves ever-forward unto Gehenna.

The Transylvania Chronicles are a four-part chronicle that puts your players in formative roles in the events of Cainite history. From the formation of the Tremere clan to the creation of the Camarilla and Sabbat, to the war against the demon, Kapala, you’ll stand against the tide of destiny and the final nights.

Transylvania Chronicles III was written by Reid Schmadeka with Brendan Moran and published by White Wolf Studios on June 10, 1999.


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Transylvania Chronicles III
Written by: Reid Schmadeka with Brendan Moran
June 10, 1999

An Epic of Tumult

Dracula stalks the night, Kupala rages beneath the cursed land of Transylvania and Paris burns in revolution. The characters - princes, rebels and everything in between - find themselves amid the flames and besieged by friend and foe alike. Can they survive the terrors of both the supernatural world and the kine? Or will they become so much ash on the wind?


Transylvania Chronicles II - Episode 124

In this episode, Nate and Bob dig deeper into the Transylvania Chronicles with part two: Son of the Dragon. In this book, our players are introduced to Vlad the Impaler, Son of the Dragon, and the political upheaval surrounding him. Also, we learn about the formation of two major sects of vampires.

The Transylvania Chronicles are a four-part chronicle that puts your players in formative roles in the events of Cainite history. From the formation of the Tremere clan to the creation of the Camarilla and Sabbat, to the war against the demon, Kapala, you’ll stand against the tide of destiny and the final nights.

Transylvania Chronicles II: Son of the Dragon was written by Brian Campbell and Nicky Rea, and published in September of 1998 by White Wolf Publishing.


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Transylvania Chronicles II: Son of the Dragon
written by Brian Campbell and Nicky Rea
September, 1998

Continuing the adventures begun in
Dark Tides Rising.

The players' characters are now centuries-old, scarred veterans of the great Jyhad, with their own estates and connections in the fledgling Camarilla, Sabbat or even both. And yet, not even their great power may be enough to stand against the Impaler, Dracula himself.


Transylvania Chronicles I - Episode 123

In this episode, Nate and Bob discuss the first of the Transylvania Chronicles. The Transylvania Chronicles are a four-part chronicle that puts your players in formative roles in the events of Cainite history. From the formation of the Tremere clan to the creation of the Camarilla and Sabbat, to the war against the demon, Kapala, you’ll stand against the tide of destiny and the final nights.

Transylvania Chronicles I: Dark Tides Rising was written by Brian Campbell and Nicky Rea published Feb. 1st, 1998 by White Wolf Publishing.


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Transylvania Chronicles I: Dark Tides Rising
Written by: Brian Campbell and Nicky Rea
Feb. 1st, 1998

Born of Darkness

Saulot has fallen, and to what end? The demon Kupala rages in his ancestral home at whose behest? Beneath the dead soil of Transylvania pulses an undying heart, but for how long? The prophecies of Gehenna are coming to fruition in the Dark Medieval world. Only those who would defy destiny itself can stem the dark tide of the final nights


New Moon Rising - Episode 3

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In this episode, we wrap up our first game session with a trip to church… in the form of The Ministry of the New Moon.
In the last decade there has been a bit of a schism in the clan many refer to as the “Setites.” A faction of Followers broke away from their parent clan and petitioned for membership in the Camarilla. After apparently being rejected, the so-called “Ministry of the New Moon” have now made their home in the Anarch Movement. They believe that Set exists within themselves and is not an actual “god,” but a state of being. They claim to work towards bringing spiritual liberation to all descendants of Caine. This group of religious Setites are small but growing Anarch faction - Some consider them a modern rebranding of corruption for the 21st century. Any lost Cainite is welcome to come and take sermon with the Ministry.

Our gang of anarchs seek information and rumor has it, the Ministry know the details.


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Transylvania by Night Pt. 2 - Episode 122

In this episode, we conclude our review of Transylvania by Night. This is part two of our multi-part series on Transylvania and the Transylvania Chronicles.
Next week, we will not publish an episode due to travel and time constraints. In two weeks, we return with the beginning of our review of the Transylvania Chronicles volumes I-IV.

Transylvania by Night was published October, 1997 by White Wolf Publishing and written by Brian Campbell and Nicky Rea.


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Transylvania by Night
Written by: Brian Campbell, Nicky Rea
October, 1997


When Fiends and Warlocks Go To War

Good evening, childer. Welcome to our old and blood-drenched soil. We have known the tread of the Hun, the Roman, the Magyar, yet we stand defiant, as we always have. Now, after sunset, cries of war and horror pierce the night. As the old ways crumble and Usurpers recieve their bloody baptism, limitless power awaits those clever and brutal enough to take it. But beware: The Old Country is a harsh mistress, and those who fail greet the dawn on impaling stakes. So come, my friends. Enter freely, and of your own will. After all...you may never leave.


Transylvania by Night Pt. 1 - Episode 121

In this episode, we give a general overview and basic review of the Dark Ages sourcebook, Transylvania by Night. This is part one of our multi-part series on Transylvania and the Transylvania Chronicles. We will bring you part two in two weeks, followed by an overview on the Transylvania Chronicles volumes I-IV.
Transylvania by Night was published October, 1997 by White Wolf Publishing and written by Brian Campbell and Nicky Rea.


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Transylvania by Night
Written by: Brian Campbell, Nicky Rea
October, 1997


When Fiends and Warlocks Go To War

Good evening, childer. Welcome to our old and blood-drenched soil. We have known the tread of the Hun, the Roman, the Magyar, yet we stand defiant, as we always have. Now, after sunset, cries of war and horror pierce the night. As the old ways crumble and Usurpers recieve their bloody baptism, limitless power awaits those clever and brutal enough to take it. But beware: The Old Country is a harsh mistress, and those who fail greet the dawn on impaling stakes. So come, my friends. Enter freely, and of your own will. After all...you may never leave.