In this episode, we run a little shorter than usual. However, it’s more due to the nature of this book and less about our opinion. This book is very similar to books like Children of the Night and Children of the Inquisition in that it is a character-specific sourcebook. Bob and Nate review it as a modern version of the style and talk about some of the characters they find most interesting.
This book was written by, Justin Achilli, C.A. Suleiman, Eddy Webb, Joseph Carriker, and Christopher Kobar for Onyx Path Publishing and released October 26, 2012.
Children of the Revolution
Written by: Justin Achilli, C.A. Suleiman, Eddy Webb, Joseph Carriker, and Christopher Kobar
October 26th, 2012
Children of the Revolution tells the stories of noteworthy or notorious Kindred of the modern nights whose Embraces came in times of unrest, rebellion, or open revolution. The circumstances of these revolutions might have been mortal or undead, martial or cultural. These Kindred joined the ranks of the Damned under tides of war or cultural upheaval, and their blood bears the mark of change from one paradigm into another. Sometimes they are the agents of change. For others, their revolution drags them in its wake.
The world of the Kindred is always fraught with blood and danger, and Embrace amid the fires of revolution only heightens that fact. Here are Kindred who have risen to guide the Black Hand, who have led the armies of Alexander, who have earned the Lextalionis, and who have been reborn in the fires of the Arab Spring. Their histories have been forged, but their futures remain to be determined by your troupe.