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.