We’re back after a week of illness and overall bleh to bring you our rundown and review of The Ashen Knight. This sourcebook explores chivalrous orders in Dark Medieval Europe, including knightly orders such as the Templars. This book is your complete source for all things knightly for Vampire: The Dark Ages. We will be back Friday, November 8th with our review of Blood and Silk!
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The Ashen Knight is a sourcebook written by Robert Barrett, Bruce Baugh, Richard E. Dansky, and Wendy L Gash for Vampire: the Dark Ages and was published March 10th, 2000 by White Wolf Publishing.
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The Ashen Knight
Written by: Robert Barrett, Bruce Baugh, Richard E. Dansky, and Wendy L Gash
March 10, 2000
A Glimmer of Hope in a Darkened Soul...
Mightiest of Dark Medieval warriors, knights on horseback have cut a swath of crusade and war across Europe. Lords of men and slayer of infidels, they attract the childer of Caine like maggots to dead flesh. Some vampires seek out knights solely as pawns in their power games, but others look to Chivalry as a way to stave off the Beast.