State of Grace - Episode 80

In this episode, Bob and Nate discuss the 2002 release, State of Grace. This release is part of the "Year of the Damned" event, which culminated in the release of the Demon: the Fallen game imprint. Other books included in the event are:
World of Darkness: Mafia, Kindred of the East - Heresies of the Way, Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Possessed, Hunter: The Reckoning - Fall From Grace, Dark Ages: Inquisitor Rulebook, and Demon: The Fallen Rulebook.

This book is a sourcebook for religion among the kindred of the World of Darkness. 
It was released November 25, 2002 and was written by Richard Dansky, Jason Feldstein, Ari Marmell and C. A. Suleiman and developed by Justin Achilli for White Wolf studios. 


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State of Grace
Written by:
Richard Dansky, Jason Feldstein, Ari Marmell and C. A. Suleiman
Nov. 25, 2002

Cursed by the Divine
Faith in the Final Nights sometimes tends to polarize people, and the Kindred are no exception. Despite the cynical lack of faith that all too often characterizes the modern nights, a rare few find strength in reverence of a higher power. For these Kindred, spirituality is often a harrowing road as they are forced to reconcile their undead natures with the tenets of a God they may well feel has abandoned them.

Yet Still Reverent
Portraying a character who held his faith close to his unbeating heart has always been a challenge. This book looks closely at those Kindred, determining how they exist in the face of their obvious damnation. State of Grace applies real-world faiths to the World of Darkness, making for a realistic point of character development.

 


Clanbook: Ravnos Revised - Episode 66

In this episode of 25 Years of Vampire: the Masquerade, we discuss the revised edition of Clanbook: Ravnos. In one of the most drastic revisions of a Vampire clan, we are given a new history of the Ravnos and their war with the Middle Kingdom. Taking place in the wake of a major world of darkness plot element,  the Week of Nightmares, the Ravnos stand as the first victims of the impending Gehenna.


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Clanbook: Ravnos Revised
Written: by Deird’re Brooks
May 14, 2001

The End Is the Beginning Is the End
Long held in ill regard by other Kindred, the Deceivers nonetheless claim one of the oldest legacies of all the race of Caine. A young, vibrant clan, the Ravnos adapt, making the most of a hostile world and turning it to their advantage as best they can. To that end, was their near-total annihilation a Biblical punishment or a rebirth from the ashes of the impending Gehenna?

Blasphemies and Debasement
As the next entry in the revised lineup of clanbooks, Ravnos takes one of the classic Vampire sourcebooks and brings it into a modern context. All-new information accompanies revised material, inviting you to add as much depth to your character as you like. The sheer volume of information contained in the new clanbooks (each with 32 more pages than the first-edition books) permits Storytellers to round out their chronicles.

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