Book of Chantries (Mage: The Ascension) by Robert Hatch, Phil Brucato, Steven C. Brown

By Robert Hatch, Phil Brucato, Steven C. Brown

Darkness Lives in Lands Beyond...

...the corridors of Doissetep or the steaming jungles of Moreauvia, the place mages ply their exchange. In custom-built Horizon geographical regions, those wizards construct Chantries, strongholds in their may perhaps and monuments to their vanity.

Bearers of the sunshine Beware!

Intrigue and betrayal, insanity and hubris, greet viewers to those hidden lands. the trail to Ascencsion takes many varieties, and the temptation to stray from one's selected direction is powerful. A mage is rarely actually secure, even in the partitions of her personal Chantry.

The e-book of Chantries is a sourcebook for Mage: The Ascension, detailing the mages' areas of power.

This complement includes:

Ten whole strongholds; culture Chantries, Technocracy Constucts and Nephandi Labyrinths, together with over forty NPCs.

A ready-to-run situation starring Samuel Haight, the werewolf skinner.

Complete principles for growing your personal Chantry.

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Book of Chantries (Mage: The Ascension)

Darkness Lives in Lands past. ..

. .. the corridors of Doissetep or the steaming jungles of Moreauvia, the place mages ply their exchange. In custom-built Horizon geographical regions, those wizards construct Chantries, strongholds in their could and monuments to their vanity.

Bearers of the sunshine Beware!

Intrigue and betrayal, insanity and hubris, greet viewers to those hidden lands. the trail to Ascencsion takes many types, and the temptation to stray from one's selected course is powerful. A mage isn't really secure, even in the partitions of her personal Chantry.

The e-book of Chantries is a sourcebook for Mage: The Ascension, detailing the mages' areas of power.

This complement includes:

Ten whole strongholds; culture Chantries, Technocracy Constucts and Nephandi Labyrinths, together with over forty NPCs.

A ready-to-run situation starring Samuel Haight, the werewolf skinner.

Complete ideas for growing your personal Chantry.

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The 1950s brought paranoia and brainwashing flaps. The 1960s gave us thrill-killers and char- ismatic pin-ups with knives. The specter of terrorism arose. And in the 1970s and 1980s, hulking fiends with butcher’s knives struck again and again, all over the world. The 1980s also brought to the World of Darkness the killer yuppie, so filled with the emptiness of his lifestyle he had nothing to do but to descend into increasingly darker and more insane diversions. The 1990s brought more cults, more killers.

Most of them know slashers exist, and all of them have members who’ve met these crazed killers (and not come back to report). But they don’t know what to expect, and generally, hunters who work for these groups are not really any better prepared than a ragtag cell of first-tier hunters. What they do have, however, is back-up: firsthand experience from colleagues, money, a helping hand and sometimes even a bit of legal help. It can make all the difference to a hunter who is about to face a slasher.

Expect they’ll be looking for it, too. Story Hooks • It’s Good to Have Friends Philip Hammett, the “Tom Thumb” killer, was a member of the Hunt Club, a society of slashers. With their connections and money, they were easily able to get him acquitted of the murder charge, and managed to clean up his home of all incriminating evidence in record time. They didn’t bank on Frank Crowe’s persistence, cunning and luck, however. But Hammett isn’t the only one out there, and while he fell victim to a few choice strokes from Frank’s six-iron, others yet continue to kill.

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