The Red Sign - Episode 92

In this episode, Nate and Bob review the Penultimate VTM Revised edition book. The Red Sign tells the story of a conspiracy of vampires and mages seeking to reverse the curse of Caine. This book is a cross-over with Mage: the Ascension. The book is a part of the Time of Judgment and centers around the last conspiracies of both that formed towards the end of the world.
This book was written by Brian Campbell, Conrad Hubbard, Jacob Klunder, and Carrie Lewis and released October 20th, 2003 and published by White Wolf Publishing Inc.

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The Red Sign
Written by: Brian Campbell, Conrad Hubbard, 
Jacob Klunder, and Carrie Lewis
October 20th, 2003

Forbidden Arcana
The Curse of Caine is a Biblical punishment, handed down by God Himself. Could it be true that a conspiracy of Kindred and mages has found a way to reverse its effects? As the world comes closer and closer to Gehenna, might the Kindred escape their divine fate? Or is it all part of some larger plan? As a title that combines the themes of Mage and Vampire, The Red Sign is a Lovecraftian revelation of ages-old horror. As the Kindred discover a method to escape damnation, a faction of mages aids them in their blasphemous quest. Players can either join the conspiracy or oppose it -- or find themselves knowing entirely too much about it.