The Erciyes Fragments - Episode 138

Welcome! We’re back with another Vampire: the Dark Ages review. This week, we explore The Erciyes Fragments. Meant to be an in-game prop, the Fragments tell an alternative perspective on the book of Nod: Potentially that of Caine’s himself.
This beautifully written book of Noddist Prophesy will be a welcome addition to any vampire game, past or present.
The Erciyes Fragments was written by C.S. Friedman and published on December 6th, 1999 by White Wolf Publishing.

”Maybe if he hadn’t killed his brother, White Wolf would have given his book a title that people could pronounce” – C.S. Friedman

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The Erciyes Fragments
Written by: C.S. Friedman
December 6th, 1999

The Complete Book of Nod Has Been Found

A young Cappadocian receives a mysterious invitation to a fear-shrouded monastery. There he finds fragments of the original Book of Nod in a language that has been dead for thousands of years. Who has led him to this place? What has he uncovered? And why has he been chosen to transcribe the words of one who could be Caine himself?