Cainite Heresy - Episode 134

The Cainite Heresy spread corruption and blasphemy like slowly growing roots through the Dark Medieval church. Was the ultimate goal salvation or destruction? Did their Gehenna ever come?

In this episode, we review the 1999 release, Cainite Heresy, published by Black Dog Game Factory. This title details the twisted nature of the Cainite Heresy, their goals, rituals, history and everything else you’ll need to include these Blasphemers in your Vampire: the Dark Ages chronicle… and beyond.

This book was written by Kenneth Hite with R. Sean Bergstrom, Jason Langlois and P.D. Cacek and published by Black Dog Game Factory for White Wolf Publishing. It is part of the “Year of Reckoning,” meta-plot event and book line.


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Cainite Heresy
Written by: Kenneth Hite
with R. Sean Bergstrom, Jason Langlois
and P.D. Cacek
Feb. 24th, 1999

Shadows Creep Up the Basilica

It is the time of the Red Pentecost and the Albigensian Crusade. Soon the Third Caine will walk the land, tearing asunder the world of illusion and daring to face the rage of unholy Ialdabaoth, the Womb of Creation. In the sleepy towns of France and the cities of Italy, the adherents of heresy await, the taste of blood on their lips and only the purest flame of devotion in their hearts.


Transylvania Chronicles IV - Episode 126

In this episode, we conclude our in-depth review of the Transylvania saga. The final book brings us into the height of the Victorian Age and beyond into the modern nights. The final prophesy of Gehenna is realized in blood and fire! After 800 years, your characters must discover the plans for the end of the world and stop them - or usher in the end of days.

Transylvania Chronicles IV was written by Brian Campbell, Jackie Cassada, and Nicky Rea and published on February 3rd, 2000 by White Wolf Studios.

Check out the full Modiphius press release for V5 here!
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Transylvania Chronicles IV: The Dragon Ascendant
Written by: Brian Campbell, Jackie Cassada, and Nicky Rea
Feb. 3rd, 2000


Eight Centuries of Evil

The prophecies of Gehenna continue to unfold. In the darkest corners of Transylvania, Dracula stirs. Halfway across the world, a conflagration destroys an entire clan of Sabbat Cainites. The geomantic web unravels, revealing one of the greatest pieces of the Jyhad. Can the players coterie put aside its differences in time to foil the plot of an Antediluvian? Or has Gehenna finally arrived?



Transylvania by Night Pt. 2 - Episode 122

In this episode, we conclude our review of Transylvania by Night. This is part two of our multi-part series on Transylvania and the Transylvania Chronicles.
Next week, we will not publish an episode due to travel and time constraints. In two weeks, we return with the beginning of our review of the Transylvania Chronicles volumes I-IV.

Transylvania by Night was published October, 1997 by White Wolf Publishing and written by Brian Campbell and Nicky Rea.


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Transylvania by Night
Written by: Brian Campbell, Nicky Rea
October, 1997


When Fiends and Warlocks Go To War

Good evening, childer. Welcome to our old and blood-drenched soil. We have known the tread of the Hun, the Roman, the Magyar, yet we stand defiant, as we always have. Now, after sunset, cries of war and horror pierce the night. As the old ways crumble and Usurpers recieve their bloody baptism, limitless power awaits those clever and brutal enough to take it. But beware: The Old Country is a harsh mistress, and those who fail greet the dawn on impaling stakes. So come, my friends. Enter freely, and of your own will. After all...you may never leave.


Sins of the Blood - Episode 69

In this episode, we discuss the concepts even the Kindred and Cainites find profane. Sins of the Blood is a sourcebook chronicling the so-called "heresies" of kindred society. From diablerie to Golconda, this book discusses the concepts even ancient vampires find heretical. This book was Written by, Angel McCoy, Matthew McFarland, Joshua Mosqueira-Asheim, Aaron Rosenberg and Lucien Soulban, with development by Justin Achilli and released Aug. 20th, 2001. 


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Sins of the Blood
Written by: Angel McCoy, Matthew McFarland, Joshua Mosqueira-Asheim, Aaron Rosenberg and Lucien Soulban
August 21st, 2001

Even the Damned Have Taboos
The rules of the Kindred are many, varied and Byzantine. No two princes interpret the Traditions alike; one bishops treason may be anothers valor. Still, even in such precarious societies, heresies arise and sometimes flourish. From foul diablerie to inhuman codes of morality, some Kindred shock the sensibilities of their fellows.

Forbiddance Begins with Undeath
Sins of the Blood explores the crimes of the Kindred in the many forms they take. Blood cults, ideological heresies, autarkis and all manner of rogues populate the pages of this book, suitable as antagonists for coteries or as inspirations for players characters.