25 Years of Vampire: The Masquerade - A Retrospective

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 Jul 17, 2019

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A weekly review of the Vampire: The Masquerade releases over the last 25 years. Bob and Nathan review the Classic World of Darkness books for White Wolf Publishing's game, Vampire: the Masquerade, in chronological order. They combine their passion for the game with a dose of deep knowledge to help you decide which books to buy and which books to skip. VTM25 is the premiere Vampire: the Masquerade podcast!

Episode Date
Dark Ages: Europe - Episode 162
01:15:49

This week, we take a dive into the Dark Medieval Europe, circa 1230. Dark Ages: Europe is a setting book for all the major nations and kingdoms, along with the vampiric fiends that influence (or outright control) these regions.

Included in this book are details on The British Isles, France, Iberia, Scandinavia, Outremer and more. Dark Ages Europe was written by Bjørn T. Bøe, Chris Hartford, Oliver Hoffmann, James Maliszewski, Ari Marmell, Lisa J. Steele, C. A. Suleiman, and Matthew McFarland. It was published September 2nd, 2002 by White Wolf Studios.

Apr 03, 2020
New Moon Rising - Episode 12
01:32:26

In this episode, our gang proceeds forward, seeking a conclusion to their conflict with a shadowy stranger. They take their chances and visit a local nightclub for a nip, but walk into a situation they hadn’t expected.

We are rapidly approaching the conclusion of this story. We have about one or two episodes left before the conclusion. We’d love to hear some of your advice for our future episodes. Let us know your ideas in the comments below.

Mar 28, 2020
Dark Ages: Vampire Storytellers Companion - Episode 161
00:48:29

Welcome back everyone. We hope that all of you listening, from all over the world, are currently safe, doing well, and haven’t been terribly impacted by the current pandemic situation. While you’re stuck inside, we’ll continue to produce podcasts for all of you!

This episode, we review the Dark Ages Storytellers Companion. This book fills in the gaps from the main corebook with info on rare bloodlines - including the Baali and Salubri - rare roads, disciplines and rules for mass combat.

This book was written by Heather Grove, James Kiley, Chris Hartford, with Matthew McFarland and published August 5th, 2002 by White Wolf Studios.

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Mar 27, 2020
New Moon Rising - Episode 11
01:15:44

Welcome to another episode of New Moon Rising. In this episode the anarchs try to recover from their confrontation on the beach with a shadowy, unknown figure who seemed intent on harming Felix. They take some time to attempt to regroup and formulate a plan of attack moving forward.

Thank you all for sticking with us during this period of crisis and uncertainty. We hope all of you are safe and with people you love.

Mar 21, 2020
Dark Ages: Vampire Part 2 - Episode 160
01:18:28

Part two? Yes, part two! We wrap up our summary and review of Dark Ages: Vampire this week!

We flash forward in time to review the “Revised,” or second edition of Vampire’s Dark Ages line. With a change in naming convention, we find ourselves in 1230 AD, embroiled in the War of Princes. The Dark Ages: Vampire corebook presents players and storytellers with everything they need to play a character in the Dark Medieval setting.

Dark Ages: Vampire was published July 15th, 2002 by White Wolf Game Studio.

If you like our podcast and you’d like to support us, think about backing us on Patreon. We offer a ton of rewards like additional podcasts only available to our patrons, T-Shirts, stickers, and custom gaming experiences! Check it out and help us grow our show!

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Mar 20, 2020
Dark Ages: Vampire - Episode 159
01:09:50

Thanks for coming back! due to unforeseen circumstances, we had to split this review into two episodes. We hope the audio quality is not too terrible.

Welcome back to another Dark Ages deep dive and review. This week, we travel forward in time to review the “Revised,” or second edition of Vampire’s Dark Ages line. With a change in naming convention, we find ourselves in 1230 AD, embroiled in the War of Princes. The Dark Ages: Vampire corebook presents players and storytellers with everything they need to play a character in the Dark Medieval setting.
Dark Ages: Vampire was published July 15th, 2002 by White Wolf Game Studio.

Mar 13, 2020
Teach Me How! LARP - Episode 158
02:01:55

While we’re down doing some research for Dark Ages Vampire we didn’t want you go without another podcast. So, this week, we cobbled together two of our Patreon-exclusive episodes for general release. Anyways, this episode is all about Live Action Roleplaying, as it pertains to Vampire: the Masquerade and our experiences with it. This isn’t meant to be a definitive treatise on the subject of LARP. Consider this our beginner’s primer.

If you like our podcast and you’d like to support us, think about backing us on Patreon. We offer a ton of rewards like additional podcasts only available to our patrons, T-Shirts, stickers, and custom gaming experiences! Check it out and help us grow our show!

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Mar 06, 2020
Under the Black Cross - Episode 157
01:15:56

We reach the end of the original Vampire: the Dark Ages line with our review of Under the Black Cross. This chronicle is set at the beginning of the Fifth Crusade and details the struggle for supremacy between the Ventrue Lord Jürgen von Verden and the Tzimisce voivode Vladimir Rustovich. Your player characters find themselves intertwined as these elders maneuver for control of Hungary and all of Eastern Europe.
Under the Black Cross was written by Dan Budge and Anthony Ragan and published April 1st, 2002 by White Wolf Game Studios.

Don’t forget to back the Vampire: the Masquerade Chapters Kickstarter now! It ends Feb. 28th, 2020 at 9:00 PM EST!!!

Help support this episode’s sponsor, By Night Studios! Check out their upcoming Vampire: the Masquerade LARP event, “Blood and Betrayal: Redemption.”

Be sure to use promo code: MET25 for 10% off tickets to the event and help our show! Help us make this their biggest event ever!
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Feb 28, 2020
Iberia By Night - Episode 156
00:59:17

This week, we review Iberia by Night, a sourcebook for Vampire: the Dark Ages. A land of constant turmoil and bloodshed, Medieval Spain and all the people are covered in great detail. Additionally, the Reconquista, princes and sultans, and the shadowy Amici Noctis, and more can be found within. Iberia By Night was written by Michael Butler, Richard E. Dansky, James Maliszewski, and Guy-Francis Vella for White Wolf Studios and published November 12, 2001.

Help support this episode’s sponsor, By Night Studios! Check out their upcoming Vampire: the Masquerade LARP event, “Blood and Betrayal: Redemption.”

Be sure to use promo code: MET25 for 10% off tickets to the event and help our show! Help us make this their biggest event ever!
By Night Studios

Feb 21, 2020
Bitter Crusade - Episode 155
00:55:55

This week, we review the 2001 release, Bitter Crusade. This Chronicle brings the Dark Ages game forward to 1197 to 1204 and focuses on three stories that parallel the 4th Crusade. As Christians venture forward towards the Holy Land, Bitter Crusade takes your coterie of vampires into the heart of the holy war. This book offers updates on both Venice and Constantinople as well, as the Long Night comes to an end.

Bitter Crusade was written by Zach Bush, James Maliszewski, and Joshua Mosquiera-Asheim and published June 11th, 2001 by White Wolf Game Studio.

Help support this episode’s sponsor, By Night Studios! Check out their upcoming Vampire: the Masquerade LARP event, “Blood and Betrayal: Redemption.”
Be sure to use promo code: MET25 for 10% off tickets to the event and help our show! Help us make this their biggest event ever!
By Night Studios

Feb 14, 2020
New Moon Rising - Episode 10
01:34:16

Welcome back to New Moon Rising! We’re just a TINY bit late posting this, but here it is.
In this episode, our intrepid anarch gang try to recuperate the losses from previous nights. They wander into a strange nightclub and reveal they aren’t alone. Tempers flair and beasts reveal themselves. Felix shows his true depravity. Finally, the shadows coalesce to collect a debt.

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Feb 07, 2020
Vampire: the Masquerade Chapters - Episode 154

This week, we are joined by Thomas from Flyos Games to talk about the Kickstarter - which is NOW live - for the upcoming game, Vampire: the Masquerade Chapters! Thomas talks about all the cool, unique, and now revealed treats included in the campaign.

Check out the link below to back the Kickstarter and help our show!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/flyosgames/vampire-the-masquerade-chapters?ref=avnxlx

Feb 04, 2020
Cults of the Blood Gods Interview - Episode 153
01:34:36

Welcome everyone to another episode! This week, we take some time to talk to Matthew Dawkins about the upcoming book for Vampire: the Masquerade, Cults of the Blood Gods. We also chat about Chicago by Night, get mercilessly quizzed on the Malkavian clan (Spoiler: we know embarrassingly little about the clan), and chat about what’s next for V5.

Cults of the Blood Gods raised over $150,000 during its Kickstarter campaign, surpassing their original goal of $30,000 in one hour. Supplements to follow include: Faithful Undead, Forbidden Faiths, and Trail of Bone and Ashes.

Matthew Dawkins is an in-house developer for Onyx Path and a freelance game writer. He is also “The Gentleman Gamer,” on Youtube.

Help support this episode’s sponsor, By Night Studios! Check out their upcoming Vampire: the Masquerade LARP event, “Blood and Betrayal: Redemption.”
Be sure to use promo code: MET25 for 10% off tickets to the event and help our show! Help us make this their biggest event ever!
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Jan 31, 2020
Veil of Night - Episode 152
01:30:47

Veil of Night is a sourcebook for Vampire: the Dark Ages that provides a detailed history of the Middle East during the Dark Ages. We dig deep into the material this week to talk about how the Muslim world intersects with the World of Darkness, as well as the origins of the Ashirra, the Banu Haquim, and more modern lore of Vampire: the Masquerade.

Veil of Night was written by Chris Hartford, Ellen Kiley, James Kiley, Michael Lee, Sarah Roark, Lucien Soulban, and Adam Tinworth and published April 16th, 2001 by White Wolf Studios.


This week, we are proud to announce our newest sponsor, By Night Studios! Check out their upcoming Vampire: the Masquerade LARP event, “Blood and Betrayal: Redemption.”
Be sure to use promo code: MET25 for 10% off tickets to the event and help our show! Help us make this their biggest event ever!
By Night Studios

Jan 25, 2020
Libellus Sanguinis 4 - Episode 151
01:02:06

Welcome back, Cainites! We’re Sliding back into the Dark Ages review cycle this week and looking at Libellus Sanguinis 4: Thieves in the Night.


First, we address some of the feedback we received from our Chicago by Night review and give some nods to folks we forgot last week.

This edition of Libelus Sanguinis gives a complete look at three more of the clans from Vampire: the Dark Ages. First, we explore the oft-reviled and mistrusted Ravnos. We are treated with a deeper explanation of the clan’s origins, dark compulsions, and unique discipline of Chimerstry. Next, we dig into the mud and muck to explore the horrific and twisted Nosferatu. Finally, we gaze into the fractured, demented history and origins of the Malkavian clan.

Libellus Sanguinis 4: Thieves in the Night was written by Deird'Re M. Brooks, Joshua Mosqueira Asheim, and Lucien Soulban and published on Feb. 5th, 2001 by White Wolf publishing.

Jan 17, 2020
Chicago by Night 5th Edition - Episode 150
02:00:57

Welp, we’re back from holiday full of colds and cough drops to bring you a new review! We figured, in honor of 2020, the New Year, yada yada, and etc., we’d dive into a review of the upcoming Chicago by Night 5th edition coming soon from Onyx Path Publishing. The Chicago by Night project was launched on Kickstarter back on October 30th of 2018 and funded in 30 days. We are now poised to finally have physical copies in hand very soon, with (we assume) general sales of the book to begin shortly thereafter. After nearly a year sitting on this book, waiting to do a general front-to-back review, it’s time to dig in!

Just to clarify, this is not the “5th Edition” of Chicago by Night. This is Chicago by Night for the 5th edition of Vampire: the Masquerade. You can purchase the first edition here and the second edition here. Additionally, there is a three volume set that collects the entire Chicago Chronicles that you can purchase here, here, and here to get you up to date on all things Chicago in the World of Darkness.

Chicago by Night was written by Jiba Molei Anderson, John Burke, Matthew Dawkins, Jose Garcia, Klara Horskjær Herbøl, Kira Magrann, Crystal Mazur, Juhana Pettersson, Lauren Roy, Myranda Sarro, Malcolm Sheppard, Chris Spivey, Mike Tomasek, Allen Turner, Rachelle Udell, Eddy Webb and Meredith Gerber for Onyx Path Publishing and is scheduled for a Feb. 1st, 2020 release.

Jan 11, 2020
Teach Me How: NPC Characters - Episode 149
00:41:48

Welcome once again to our holiday special edition bonanza extravaganza! In this episode, we talk about creating and playing believable and unique NPC characters. Characterization for an entire game can be difficult and overwhelming, but also one of the most rewarding aspects of storytelling.

There are TONS of resources out there for creating characters - both for gaming and for general fiction. Below are a bunch of Vampire: the Masquerade character resources that may help guide you in right direction:

Who’s Who Among Vampires: Children of the Inquisition is one of the early examples of character-specific sourcebooks for Vampire: the Masquerade. It contains 13 elders who’ve experienced the great jyhad through the ages. It is a great example of the early years of vampire characterization.

Storytellers Handbook: Yeah, it’s old. Yeah, it’s also dated. However, it is still an excellent resource for the timeless art of storytelling and characterization, which is all THIS actually is.

Encyclopaedia Vampirica is another book full of characters, concepts, and ideas specifically for vampire games.

This is by no means and exhaustive list of books that’ll help you with NPC/SPC concepts and characterization. For sure, you should get out there and do some exploration on your own time!

Jan 03, 2020
Teach Me How: Feeding Scenes - Episode 148
00:42:18

In this episode of Teach Me How!, Nate and Bob talk about strategies and processes for running a meaningful feeding scene in Vampire: the Masquerade. While any of the ideas and concepts we speak about in this podcast can (and do) apply to V5, we don’t explicitly talk about the feeding styles found in the updated game. Sorry. At the time of this recording, we just didn’t have the depth of knowledge to talk about humors and predator styles.

However, if you want to story-tell the ACT of feeding so that it impacts your game and players, this is the Teach Me How! for you.

While every Corebook in the Vampire: the Masquerade line talks about feeding and running scenes for such, there’s no specific Vampire sourcebook dedicated to the act. Vampire: the Masquerade 5th edition (V5) has done a great job at shifting focus back to the act of feeding from mortals. If vampires don’t drink blood, are they even vampires?
One book that I think can really help to influence a storyteller looking to run feeding scenes is Ghouls: Fatal Addiction. This book talks about the aforementioned ghouls - those that serve the denizens of the night. This book details the odd supernatural bonds of the blood, the addiction that can come with it, and how feeding can impact a human life.
Another book we strongly suggest to any new player or storyteller is Book of the Kindred; an anthology of fiction dedicated to telling the stories of Vampire. This book may be a bit rudimentary for some advanced players but it’s worth going through to get a feel for the world. It’s over 20 years old, but it’s a great primer for Vampire: the Masquerade.

Dec 27, 2019
New Moon Rising - Episode 9
02:00:50

Hey everyone! I come to you from our holiday break to bring you another episode of New Moon Rising!
We will be back with our regular Dark Ages reviews (and maybe some special guests) on January 10th, 2020. In the meantime, we hope you like our Teach Me How episodes.
Anyways, this is New Moon Rising - an actual-play podcast! In this episode, our intrepid anarchs await backup as they prepare for impending violence. The Nosferatu make themselves useful by giving some secrets - and keeping some others - from the gang.
This session turns out to be a cold slap in the face for someone in the coterie.
Where will the story go next?

Dec 21, 2019
Teach Me How! Elders - Episode 147
00:46:16

Welcome the episode three of the “Teach Me How!” podcast. In this episode, Bob and Nate talk about HOW to play an elder. From inception to application, we give you strategies and books that you'll be able to utilize for portraying an elder.
An elder, for the uninitiated, is any vampire who has seen three or more centuries of unlife in the Vampire: the Masquerade World of Darkness. These creatures tend to be cold and monstrous, as well as selfish and covetous. They are some of the more challenging characters to play in the World of Darkness game setting.

Again, we wish to thank you over the holidays and we hope you enjoy these little hidden gems. You may notice some issue with the audio on these episodes. That’s because they are older than our current recordings. This episode was originally recorded April 15th, 2018.

Here are some further references that may help you play an elder vampire in the World of Darkness:

Elysium: The Elder Wars is the first and possibly only book dedicated to the idea, concept, and creation of the elder as a playable character. It’s an invaluable resource for anyone looking to play or run an elder chronicle, even though most of the actual rules and “crunch” are not applicable to a modern edition of the game.

Counsel of Primogen is another exceptional resource for playing the political games of elder kindred. While this book is not specifically about elders, it remains a solid reference for those that play elder games.

There are tons of other sourcebooks and novels that explore the machinations and melancholy of the elders. We also suggest reading books such as Prince’s Primer, The Beast Within, Book of the Kindred, and any edition of the Chicago by Night city book (there’s basically one for every version of the game.)

Dec 20, 2019
Teach Me How! The Camarilla - Episode 146
01:39:59

Welcome to episode two of the “Teach Me How!” podcast. In this episode, we try make sense of the madness that is the Camarilla and make a serious effort to distill it into a somewhat easy-to-follow podcast. Thank you for your continued support! Feel free to leave comments with ideas for other Teach Me How episodes we could explore in the future.

Below is a list of additional resources on the august organization known as the Camarilla:

Vampire: the Masquerade 1st Edition, Vampire: the Masquerade 2nd Edition, Vampire: the Masquerade Revised Edition, Vampire: the Masquerade 20th Anniversary Edition, and Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition all present a variant on the Camarilla as the primary playable sect of the game. Vampire: the Masquerade is BY DEFAULT a Camarilla game. Therefore, all of the different versions of the game present a Camarilla slightly different than the last, but fairly succinctly explore playability.

The Camarilla Guide is the revised edition companion exploring the history, culture, and hierarchy of the sect. This is the definitive guide to the Camarilla.

Camarilla (Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition) brings the august sect into the modern era. Light on stats and heavy on story, this book explores a World of Darkness of tonight.

There are a ton of books that dive deeper into the minutiae of the Camarilla. In fact, most of the sourcebooks through nearly 30 years of Vampire: the Masquerade touch on the particulars of the Camarilla. Check out Archons and Templars, Elysium, Midnight Siege, Chicago by Night, and more!

Dec 13, 2019
Teach Me How! The Sabbat - Episode 145
01:20:09

Hello all! Thanks for sticking with us over the long holiday. This week, we bring you a very special episode of our Teach Me How! podcast. These podcasts were created especially for our Patreon backers and it’s our attempt at giving back some our knowledge and experience to the community! Now, here they are for you, for the holidays!

Word of warning, these first episodes are a little rough around the edges. Thank you for your patience while while listening.

In this first episode, we talk about the much-maligned and oft-misunderstood Sabbat. The Sabbat are a sect of vampires that disregard the rule of the elders and their puppet masters, the Antediluvians.
For more info about the Sabbat, check out these books:

The Players Guide to the Sabbat: This is the first sourcebook for the Sabbat. Prior to this book, the Sabbat were strictly for use as NPC’s. This book is a great, classic look at the foundations of the sect and its inhumanity.
Storytellers Handbook to the Sabbat: This second sourcebook was released as a companion to the original Players Guide to the Sabbat. This book includes new bloodlines, concepts and strategies for roleplaying and staging a Sabbat Chronicle.
Guide to the Sabbat: This revised edition guide explores the rites, rituals, goals, history, etc., as told by their members and enemies. This is the definitive guide to the Sabbat.
Tzimisce and Lasombra clanbooks: The Tzimisce and Lasombra form the core of the sect. As such, their clanbooks are important reading for any Sabbat chronicle.

Obviously, this is not an exhaustive list of reading on the Sword of Caine. City books like Montreal and Mexico City by Night are great resources as well. Check out some of our older podcasts for more info!

Dec 06, 2019
House of Tremere - Episode 144
01:12:28

Happy Thanksgiving (or black Friday :p) to our American listeners, and happy just another day to everyone else in the world! In this episode, we bring you our final review of the year. We open the dusty tomes and climb high into the eldritch mountains to explore a twisted and treacherous cabal of vampires who stole their immortality from the ancient masters of the land: The Tremere. Now, from their hidden Chantry in the Carpathians, they grapple with their new condition and war against their Cainite rivals - both from without and within…House of Tremere details the the origins of the aforementioned clan, from a house of Mages desperate to keep their immortality, to the year 1197. This book also details their legendary, ignoble chantry, Ceoris. House of Tremere was written by Robin Laws and published November of 2000 by White Wolf Publishing.

Nov 29, 2019
Wind From the East - Episode 143
00:48:14

In this episode, we take a look at the Vampire: the Dark Ages sourcebook, “Wind From the East.” This book explores the Mongols of the Golden Horde, and the Cainites places within it. It covers the entire period of Mongol expansion into the west, the Wan Kuei of the Black Tortoise Court, two new bloodlines, and much more.
This book was written by James Kiley and published on August 16th, 2000 for White Wolf Publishing.

Nov 22, 2019
New Moon Rising - Episode 8
01:42:55

Welcome to Episode 8 of New Moon Rising. In this episode, we return to Phyl, Audrey, Elliot and Felix as they dig deeper into the mysteries of Gary and the Anarchs. As day turns to night once again, the gang finds out there's been another attack on an allied anarch coterie. The hunt for information leads them to a mysterious Nosferatu who calls himself, "Picker." He claims to have all the right info to give… for a price. From an odd Elysium to a suburban safehouse, the night grows cold for the dead of Chicago.

Nov 20, 2019
The Ashen Thief - Episode 142
00:42:34

This week, we root through our back of goodies for a review of The Ashen Thief. This supplement takes a look at those Cainites who use deception, thievery, and murder to get what they want in the Dark Medieval world. Additionally, It also takes a deeper look at the subtle Promethean movement and the violent Furores: two sects seeking to overthrow the established orders of the Dark Ages. Sorry if you hear any construction sounds in the podcast. Folks were putting up drywall in Bob’s place during our recording and some of it may have gotten in. The Ashen Thief was written by Geoffrey Grabowski and Sarah Roark and was published June 21st, 2000 by White Wolf Publishing.

If you like our podcast and you’d like to support us, think about backing us on Patreon. We offer a ton of rewards like additional podcasts only available to our patrons, T-Shirts, stickers, and custom gaming experiences! Check it out and help us grow our show!

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Nov 15, 2019
World of Darkness: Blood and Silk - Episode 141
00:36:52

Oh man, this week we return with a poorly executed review of World of Darkness: Blood and Silk. What we thought was a book for Vampire: the Dark Ages turns out to be a book for Kindred of the East. Because of the implication, we now provide you with this sort-of first attempt at a review! Blood and Silk is actually a supplement that brings Kindred of the East into the Dark Ages timeline of 1197.
World of Darkness: Blood and Silk was written by Bruce Baugh, Geoffrey C. Grabowski, Ellen P. Kiley, and James Kiley and published by White Wolf Publishing May 1st, 2000.

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Nov 08, 2019
The Ashen Knight - Episode 140
00:44:10

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!
Thanks for your patience until then!

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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Oct 25, 2019
New Moon Rising - Episode 7
00:38:30

Part two of Jamie’s session takes him from the quiet conflict of the Camarilla Elysium to the darkness of Edgewater Hospital. Jamie contemplates his future with the Anarchs as he moves forward in search of an elusive doctor named Rustin. How will his actions impact his coterie, and what secrets will divide them?

Oct 18, 2019
Libellus Sanguinis 3 - Episode 139
00:54:06

In this episode, we review the third book of the Libellus Sanguinis series. This book details clans Gangrel, Assamite, and Followers of Set from the perspective of the Dark Ages setting. In the Dark Medieval World of Darkness, the Gangrel, the Assamites, and the Followers of Set are considered strange, dangerous outsiders to the (mostly) Christian European Cainites. These clans bring new ideals, as well as new dangers to the courts and domains of the Western Princes.

Wolves at the Door was written by Clayton Oliver, Jason Langlois, and Michael B. Lee and published on March 10, 2000 by White Wolf Publishing.

Oct 11, 2019
The Erciyes Fragments - Episode 138
01:10:34

Welcome! We’re back with another Vampire: the Dark Ages review. This week, we explore The Erciyes Fragments. Meant to be an in-game prop, the Fragments tell an alternative perspective on the book of Nod: Potentially that of Caine’s himself.
This beautifully written book of Noddist Prophesy will be a welcome addition to any vampire game, past or present.
The Erciyes Fragments was written by C.S. Friedman and published on December 6th, 1999 by White Wolf Publishing.

”Maybe if he hadn’t killed his brother, White Wolf would have given his book a title that people could pronounce” – C.S. Friedman

Oct 04, 2019
Fountains of Bright Crimson - Episode 137
00:50:28

Hello all! We are back with another review for your listening pleasure! This week, we take a deep dive into Fountains of Bright Crimson, a story for Vampire: the Dark Ages. FoBC explores the madness that lies just below the surface of Jerusalem in the wake of the Weeks of Blood.
This supplement is intended to be a standalone story for your Vampire: the Dark Ages chronicle. Fountains of Bright Crimson was written by Ree Soesbee and published August 9th, 1999 by White Wolf Publishing.

Sep 27, 2019
Chicago by Night, The Sacrifice - Episode 136
01:45:10

In this episode, we are joined by Klara Horskjær Herbøl and Matthew Dawkins to talk about the new actual Play podcast by Red Moon Roleplaying, Chicago by Night, The Sacrifice. We chat about V5, Lasombra, contributing to the meta plot of our favorite games, the ups and downs of podcasting and storytelling and a bunch more.

Klara Horskjær Herbøl
is a freelance writer who has contributed to, Vampire the Masquerade Chicago by Night (The Chronicle "The Sacrifice"), Changeling: The Dreaming - Players Guide, Werewolf: The Forsaken - Shunned by The Moon, Contagion Chronicle, Mummy: The Curse 2nd Edition, Kult: Divinity Lost, Dark Eras 2, and more.
Support her at
Twitter and Patreon.

Matthew Dawkins, The Gentleman Gamer “has been creating videos about tabletop RPGs for a decade and has been writing RPGs for five or so years, spanning genres from fantasy to historical, and horror to contemporary mystery.
As well as being a frequent contributor to game lines such as Vampire: The Masquerade, Matthew conceptualised and recently developed They Came from Beneath the Sea!, a sci-fi game set before the backdrop of 1950s B-movies…​
Matthew is a video game content designer and voiceover artist, having worked most recently for Paradox Interactive on an as-yet unannounced project.”
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Sep 20, 2019
New Moon Rising - Episode 6
00:51:21

in this episode of New Moon Rising, we are finally introduced to Venture Anarch, Jamie. This young Ventrue faces a unique struggle existing around Chicago. This evening, Jamie finds a strange guest waiting for him when he rises for the evening and an invitation he has no choice but to accept.
How will clan and tradition impact the Anarchs of Chicago, and how deep do personal loyalties run?

Sep 20, 2019
Clanbook: Salubri - Episode 135
01:16:21

Their founder has been murdered and the clan has now scattered to the four winds. They are hunted by a cabal of usurpers and betrayed at every turn. Through every hardship, they seek unity and peace between spirit and beast. The tale of the Salubri is one of hardship, betrayal and purpose. Join us as we explore the hidden secrets of Saulot’s brood, their unique nature and history, and what is to become of them in the modern nights.

Clanbook: Salubri is a clanbook for Vampire: the Dark Ages written by Cynthia Summers and published April 29th, 1999 by White Wolf Publishing.

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Sep 13, 2019
Cainite Heresy - Episode 134
00:47:18

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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Sep 06, 2019
Wolves of the Sea - Episode 133
00:54:23

This week, we review Wolves of the Sea. This sourcebook for Vampire: the Dark Ages explores the Nordic, Viking, and Einherjar culture. Additionally, it introduces new vampiric ideals, abilities, backgrounds, systems, roads and more.
From White Wolf Wiki: From out of the north they come, relics of centuries past but deadlier than anything that has ever sailed the seas. For even in the enlightened year of 1197, when true Vikings are just a bloody rumor of the past, there are still knorrs filled with true sons of Odin and Thor, waiting for a chance to loot, pillage and slaughter.

Wolves of the Sea was written by Geoffrey C. Grabowski, Jason Langlois, Roman A. Ranieri, and Jess Heinig and published on November 12th, 1998 by White Wolf Studios.

Aug 31, 2019
Jerusalem by Night - Episode 132
00:51:59

We’re back to Dark Ages this week with our review of the city sourcebook, Jerusalem by Night. At the crossroads between good and evil, where the crusades meet their violent conclusion, you have Jerusalem. An ancient, holy city cherished and coveted by the three major religions of the world, Jerusalem can never be possessed by anyone - kine or cainite - for long.

Jerusalem by Night was written by Jen Clodius, Todd Satogata, James A. Moore, and Janet Berliner (Original Fiction) and published by White Wolf Studios on June 10th, 1999.

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Aug 23, 2019
Vampire: the Masquerade Chapters - Episode 131
00:53:17

In this episode, we sit down with Thomas Filippi of Flyos Games to talk about the upcoming storytelling board game, Vampire: the Masquerade Chapters. We dig into the story elements of Vampire: the Masquerade, going from fan to creator, and what goes in to the development of a game set in the World of Darkness.

Vampire: The Masquerade – CHAPTERS is a story-driven role-playing board game. This unique combination of playable elements delivers an unforgettable adventure for 1-4 players with highly detailed miniatures, where the strategy and decisions you make have a huge impact on the story. Vampire: The Masquerade – CHAPTERS takes place in Montreal, after the appearance of the Second Inquisition and the fall of Sabbat. Designed around three pillars—story, tactics, and role-playing—our goal is to merge the best elements of RPGs and board games in a brand-new way. Your decisions will shape the adventure in a strong and mature storytelling.

Aug 16, 2019
New Moon Rising - Episode 5
02:01:03

In this episode, we are introduced to Felix, a refugee from the Sabbat, and I member of the Broken Chains gang.

Aug 15, 2019
Demon: the Fallen, LIVE - Episode 130
00:47:40

Hello all! In this episode, Bob and Nate sit down at their Gen Con meetup with a bunch of super cool listeners to review Demon: the Fallen corebook.
In Demon: The Fallen, players assume the role of one of the rebel angels who defied their Creator for love of humanity and for their rebellion were cast into the Abyss, a prison hidden deep beneath the lands of the dead. Events in the modern world have made it possible for some of the fallen to escape their prison and return to the lands of man.
Demon: the Fallen was published on November 11th, 2002 by White Wolf Game Studios. It is the culmination of their “Year of the Damned” themed releases.

Aug 09, 2019
Libellus Sanguinis 2 - Episode 129
01:03:12

Well, we kinda lied and said we wouldn’t have a podcast this Friday. Turns out, we recorded one anyways. This week, we take a dive into Libellus Sanguinis 2: Keepers of the Word. This sourcebook covers three clans of the Dark Ages: Toreador, Tremere, and Brujah.
Book one details the Toreador of the Dark Ages, art in the Dark Medieval world, religion and the Courts of Love.
Book two explores the Usurper clan’s attempt to be viewed as legitimate, their internal organization, spread across Europe, and the Telyavelics.
Book three details the Brujah and their roots in pre-Carthage. It also explores the role philosophy and Olympian ideals, as well as their current status in the Dark Medieval world.
Libellus Sanguinis 2: Keepers of the Word was written by Cynthia Summers, Richard Stratton, and Jackie Cassada. It was published October 1, 1998 by White Wolf Studios.

Aug 02, 2019
Teach Me How! - Episode 128
01:23:13

Hey Everybody, Nate here from 25 years of Vampire: the Masquerade podcast! As you may know, next week is Gen Con 2019! This is a huge event for us and for gaming in general. There’s a lot of planning involved to make the event come together for our podcast. We have friends and listeners coming in from all over the country and the world! Because of that, Bob and I were unable to do our regularly scheduled review of Libellus Sanguinis 2 this week.
Have no fear though.
I have gone through our archives and put together one of our super-secret Patreon podcasts for release to the general public. This podcast is part of our educational, “Teach Me How!” series, and very few people have heard it.
Anyways, We will be back to our regular schedule next week. We will have a bunch of post-GenCon stuff coming too! We will be doing a live review of Demon: the Fallen, recorded at our GenCon meetup. If you’re going to Indy, come hang out with us August 1st! Thank you all for listening and check out our patreon for more podcasts like this if you enjoy it! Talk to you next week!

Jul 26, 2019
Clanbook: Baali - Episode 127
01:24:18

Welcome back to our regularly scheduled podcast! We return from Transylvania to review everyone’s FAVORITE clanbook! That’s right, we go deep (all puns intended) and review the Baali! Like all Black Dog books, this one is highly contentious, offensive, and covers topics and themes many will find offensive. We do our best to cover the book without running off the rails.
Clanbook Baali was written by Sven Skoog and Lucian Soulban for Black Dog Game Factory and Published by White Wolf Publishing on June 1st, 1998.

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Jul 19, 2019
New Moon Rising - Episode 4
02:41:28

In this episode, our Anarchs go back to the club to recuperate after their conversation with the local Ministry doesn’t go how everyone wants it.
The coterie regroups, gets a new vehicle, and heads back to Club Synn the Next evening to do more investigating and hopefully talk to Mama Polari as well.

Jul 16, 2019
Transylvania Chronicles IV - Episode 126
01:27:46

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.

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Jul 12, 2019
Transylvania Chronicles III - Episode 125
01:21:48

In this episode, we take an in-depth look at the third volume of the Transylvania Chronicles. This story touches on three important events of (now) kindred culture and history as the world moves ever-forward unto Gehenna.

The Transylvania Chronicles are a four-part chronicle that puts your players in formative roles in the events of Cainite history. From the formation of the Tremere clan to the creation of the Camarilla and Sabbat, to the war against the demon, Kapala, you’ll stand against the tide of destiny and the final nights.

Transylvania Chronicles III was written by Reid Schmadeka with Brendan Moran and published by White Wolf Studios on June 10, 1999.

Jul 08, 2019
Transylvania Chronicles II - Episode 124
01:55:28

In this episode, Nate and Bob dig deeper into the Transylvania Chronicles with part two: Son of the Dragon. In this book, our players are introduced to Vlad the Impaler, Son of the Dragon, and the political upheaval surrounding him. Also, we learn about the formation of two major sects of vampires.

The Transylvania Chronicles are a four-part chronicle that puts your players in formative roles in the events of Cainite history. From the formation of the Tremere clan to the creation of the Camarilla and Sabbat, to the war against the demon, Kapala, you’ll stand against the tide of destiny and the final nights.

Transylvania Chronicles II: Son of the Dragon was written by Brian Campbell and Nicky Rea, and published in September of 1998 by White Wolf Publishing.

Jun 28, 2019
Transylvania Chronicles I - Episode 123
01:10:35

In this episode, Nate and Bob discuss the first of the Transylvania Chronicles. The Transylvania Chronicles are a four-part chronicle that puts your players in formative roles in the events of Cainite history. From the formation of the Tremere clan to the creation of the Camarilla and Sabbat, to the war against the demon, Kapala, you’ll stand against the tide of destiny and the final nights.

Transylvania Chronicles I: Dark Tides Rising was written by Brian Campbell and Nicky Rea published Feb. 1st, 1998 by White Wolf Publishing.

Jun 21, 2019
New Moon Rising - Episode 3
01:16:01

In this episode, we wrap up our first game session with a trip to church… in the form of The Ministry of the New Moon.
In the last decade there has been a bit of a schism in the clan many refer to as the “Setites.” A faction of Followers broke away from their parent clan and petitioned for membership in the Camarilla. After apparently being rejected, the so-called “Ministry of the New Moon” have now made their home in the Anarch Movement. They believe that Set exists within themselves and is not an actual “god,” but a state of being. They claim to work towards bringing spiritual liberation to all descendants of Caine. This group of religious Setites are small but growing Anarch faction - Some consider them a modern rebranding of corruption for the 21st century. Any lost Cainite is welcome to come and take sermon with the Ministry.

Our gang of anarchs seek information and rumor has it, the Ministry know the details.

Jun 08, 2019
Transylvania by Night Pt. 2 - Episode 122
01:14:47

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 constraints. In two weeks, we start 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.

Jun 07, 2019
Transylvania by Night Pt. 1 - Episode 121
00:59:18

In this episode, we give a general overview and basic review of the Dark Ages sourcebook, Transylvania by Night. This is part one of our multi-part series on Transylvania and the Transylvania Chronicles. We will bring you part two in two weeks, followed by an overview on 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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Jun 01, 2019
Three Pillars - Episode 120
01:25:16

In this episode, we discuss Three Pillars, which examines the three branches of Dark Medieval society - the nobility, the clergy, and the peasantry – and how they have been adapted and corrupted by Cainites. Included in this book is further details about Italy, Europe's most dynamic region at the time. This book was written by Lea Crowe, Tom deMayo, Eric J. Griffin, Michael Lee and published October 1st, 1997 by White Wolf Publishing.
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May 24, 2019
New Moon Rising - Episode 2
01:15:58

New Moon Rising is an Anarch game that takes place in the Chicagoland area around Gary, the Chicago suburbs, and Madison, Wisconsin. This game takes place in ‘current’ day Chicago, as in, 2019.

Welcome to episode 2 on our V20 actual play, New Moon rising. In this episode, our Anarch coterie step into Camarilla territory to feed. They find themselves at a punk rock club on Chicago’s North Side, but something else seems to be amiss in the city.

Going forward, New Moon Rising episodes will be released every other Thursday on the VTM25 feed! Thank you for your patience while we work out our release schedule!

May 24, 2019
Clash of Wills - Episode 119
00:49:28

In this episode, we review “Clash of Wills” for Vampire: the Dark Ages. Clash of Wills is a self-contained supplement that can be easily added to a current chronicle or played as a single event story. It is a story of politics, violence and intrigue in Dark, Medieval England. It was written by Steve Miller for White Wolf and published August 1, 1997.

May 17, 2019
Libellus Sanguinis 1, Part 2 - Episode 118
01:19:37

Hello, friends. We’re back with the second and final part of our review of Libellus Sanguinis 1: Masters of the State. In this episode, we talk about the Tzimisce and Ventrue and their place in Dark Medieval Europe and beyond. Next week, we return with Clash of Wills.
This book was written by Craig Bolin, Richard E. Dansky, and Robert Hatch and developed by Justin Achilli for White Wolf Publishing. Libellus Sanguinis 1: Masters of the State was published August 1st, 1997.
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May 11, 2019
Libellus Sanguinis 1, Part 1 - Episode 117
01:01:03

In this episode, we discuss Libellus Sanguinis 1: Masters of the State. Masters of the State gives players and storytellers details on the three clans of nobility in the Dark Ages - the Lasombra, the Tzimisce, and the Ventrue. We manage to cover one third of the material in this book. We will be back next week for part two.

This book was written by Craig Bolin, Richard E. Dansky, and Robert Hatch and developed by Justin Achilli for White Wolf Publishing. Libellus Sanguinis 1: Masters of the State was published August 1st, 1997.

May 03, 2019
New Moon Rising - Episode 1
01:21:14

In what I consider a back-door pilot, we bring you the first episode of New Moon Rising - A Vampire: the Masquerade actual-play. Using the V20 rules for gameplay, we have adopted (or assumed) some V5 plot lines as well.
New Moon Rising is an Anarch game that takes place in the Chicagoland area around Gary, the Chicago suburbs, and Madison, Wisconsin. This game takes place in ‘current’ day Chicago, as in, 2019.

For more on the details of the game, check out or Blog!

We hope you like this show and welcome your feedback. we will return to our normal review schedule the following week with Libellus Sanguinis 1: Masters of the State!

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Apr 26, 2019
Liege, Lord and Lackey - Episode 116
00:47:13

it's a secret to everybody. Master using it and you can have this.
Here's our review of Liege, Lord and Lackey, the 1997 Dark Ages title coinciding with the Year of the Ally theme. This book details service in Dark Medieval Europe, as well as those that serve.

Year of the Ally was a World of Darkness event consisting of 6 books detailing the mortal (-ish) allies of the supernatural.
This book was written by Jason Carl, Tom deMayo, Michael Lee, and Wendy Soss and published June 1st, 1997 by White Wolf Publishing, Inc.

Apr 20, 2019
Dark Ages Companion - Episode 115
01:23:38

Bob and Nate discuss the first major supplement for the original Vampire: the Dark Ages line - Dark Ages Companion. This book details some of the unique bloodlines of the Dark Ages, it expands information on the Roads which all Cainites follow, it also gives insight into life in Dark Medieval Europe and various beliefs of the day.
Dark Ages Companion was written by Andrew Bates, Jackie Cassada, Ken Cliffe, Richard Dansky, Robert Hatch, Michael Lee, Nicky Rea, Sion Rodriguez y Gibson, Ethan Skemp, Cynthia Summers, and Fred Yelk. This book was published by White Wolf Publishing on March 29th, 1997.

Apr 12, 2019
Clanbook: Cappadocian - Episode 114
00:55:03

More than a clan of scholars and priests, Clan Cappadocian is the Clan of Death. From their humble beginnings in the Holy Lands, these doomed vampires have spread throughout the Dark Medieval world, pursuing their eternal quest as time and history conspire against them. They are condemned by their own actions, and toil endlessly against inevitable destruction.

Mar 29, 2019
Constantinople by Night - Episode 113
00:57:24

In this episode, we discuss the first city sourcebook for Vampire: the Masquerade - Constantinople by Night. Constantinople is one of the richest and most powerful cities of the Dark Medieval era. This book was written by Philippe Boulle, Joshua Mosqueira-Asheim, and Lucien Soulban and published in 1996 for White Wolf Game Studios.

Mar 22, 2019
Book of Storyteller Secrets - Episode 112
00:37:28

In this episode, Bob and Nate take a look at the Book of Storyteller Secrets for Vampire: the Dark Ages. This sourcebook collects information for storytellers left out of the corebook such as an atlas of Dark Medieval Europe, a plethora of Storytelling tips for running your own Dark Ages game, and rules for ghouls, antagonists, magical weapons and mythical beasts found in Dark Medieval Europe.

This book was written by Wade Racine, Matt Burke, and J.D. Wiker for White Wolf Game Studio and published July of 1996.

Mar 16, 2019
Vampire: The Dark Ages - Episode 111
01:48:38

Finally, we’re back at it with our very first Dark Ages review. I guess you could call it our second season. No? Regardless, this is a new chapter for our podcast and we’re glad to bring you all along with us.
In this episode, we review the corebook for White Wolf’s Dark Ages line. Vampire: the Dark Ages takes place in the dark, medieval World of Darkness in 1197. Dark Ages represents the first of three historical game lines including Werewolf: The Wild West (1997), and Mage: The Sorcerer's Crusade (1998).

This book was published in March of 1996 by White Wolf Studios. It was designed by Jennifer Hartshorn, Ethan Skemp, Mark Rein•Hagen, and Kevin Hassall.

Mar 08, 2019
Ready Made Characters/Lore of the Bloodlines - Episode 110
01:04:23

In this episode, we combine the final two V20 books: Ready Made Characters and Lore of the Bloodlines.
Ready Made Characters brings you a selection of unique and interesting characters from each of the main 13 clans, for use as starting characters or as NPC characters. Additionally, the book includes charts for coteries and ideas for inclusion in your game. Lore of the Bloodlines continues where Lore of the Clans left off; detailing the rare bloodlines of the World of Darkness.
Ready Made Characters was written by Matthew Dawkins and produced by Eddy Webb. It was Published July 6th, 2016 for Onyx Path Publishing.
Lore of the Bloodlines was written by Matthew Dawkins, Eloy Lasanta, Andrew Peregrine, Neall Raemonn Price, Eddy Webb, and Rob Wieland. It was published April 26th, 2017 for Onyx Path Publishing.

Feb 01, 2019
VTM25 X B Dave Walters - Episode 109
00:58:41

In this very special episode of 25 Years, we chat with B Dave Walters, the all-around awesome gamer behind Ventrue Anarch Baron, Victor Temple. He talks to us about Vampire: the Masquerade, V5 (obviously), and what it’s like to play in a high profile Actual Play live stream.

Jan 28, 2019
Ghouls and Revenants - Episode 108
01:03:32

Welcome to our penultimate Vampire: the Masquerade episode! In this episode of radio on the internet, we talk about Ghouls and Revenants for V20. This book, shockingly, illuminates those wretched servants to Kindred and Cainites, as well as those born into the blood! This book was written by Jason Andrew, Bill Bodden, Jennifer Coy, Dhaunae De Vir, Matt M McElroy, Karen Needham, Andrew Peregrine, Matthew Sanderson, and Monica Valentinelli and developed my Matt McElroy. It was published by Onyx Path Publishing on June 1st, 2016.

Jan 25, 2019
The Black Hand: A Guide to the Tal’Mahe’Ra - Episode 107
01:26:08

Come with us as we look at the new and improved (?) version of the “True” Black Hand - The Tal’Mahe’Ra. This is an update from the original “Dirty Secrets of the Black Hand.” We have a long and sorted relationship with the Black Hand, so this is bound to be an interesting and informative episode.
This book was written by Maggie Carroll, Matthew Dawkins, Tanya Coen Diaz, Danielle Harper, David A Hill Jr, Daniel Lanman, Marianne Pease, Neall Raemonn Price, Malcolm Sheppard, Tristan Tarwater, Steffie de Vaan, Filamena Young, and Myranda Sarro for Onyx Path Publishing and published on April 6th, 2016

Jan 18, 2019
Lore of the Clans - Episode 106
00:47:37

This week, Bob and Nate discuss and review Lore of the Clans. Released in 2015, Lore of the Clans is a single sourcebook detailing all of the clans for play in Vampire: the Masquerade’s 20th Anniversary edition. Additionally, this book details info about the Caitiff - classless amongst the damned - and the Antitribu. This book was written by Alan Alexander, Kevin Czarnecki, Joshua Doetsch, Matt McElroy, Andrew Peregrine, Ree Soesbee, Rob Wieland, Christopher Wilde and released on December 23rd, 2015 for Onyx Path Publishing.

Jan 12, 2019
Dread Names, Red List - Episode 105
00:56:11

Welcome back from the long holiday! Getting right back into the swing of things, Bob and Nate review the 2015 update to V20 and Vampire: the Masquerade’s most reviled kindred. This book takes a look at the Camarilla’s Red List: those vampires so reviled they are one of 13 put on the legendary Red List and hunted by the feared Alistors. This book is an update to the Classic, Kindred’s Most Wanted.
This book was written by Monica Valentinelli and Matt M. McElroy for Onyx Path Publishing and was release June 24th, 2015.

Jan 05, 2019
2018 Holiday Special - Episode 104
01:27:30

Hello all! Thanks for a great year of podcasting, gaming, and all the other stuff that goes with it! I can’t say for anyone else, but we’ve had a fantastic 2018! We really couldn’t be happier with all the people we’ve met, all the conversations we’ve had and all the people who have supported us and our growth!

I didn't really know how to thank people for all of that. It’s not as if Bob and I can talk to you all individually (trust me, we try) to thank you. So I figured, let’s share a little bit of the stuff we do on our Patreon with our other listeners who aren’t able to support us there. It’s not much, but it’s the only thing I could think of to give a little back to you on the holidays. Maybe it’ll be a good way to kill an hour on the way to celebrate, or just a couple extra voices if the holidays are lonely.

First, we have an episode of our Teach Me How podcast. In this podcast, Bob and I discuss strategies for playing and running Vampire: the Masquerade - and Storytelling games in general - based solely on our experience alone. We’ve been actively playing and running this game for many years, and this is a taste of how WE do it. Hopefully you can draw something from it to add to your table or LARP. In this episode, we talk about pleasures and perils of running an online-based game. This podcast is very uncensored and it’s a look at us just sort of riffing on a topic we enjoy.

Next, I give a brief interlude of some of the audio elements I like to create for our games. These are meant to be radio artifacts used in-game. They are fun to make and I hope you find them funny.

Finally, we give you the second episode in our chapter by chapter review of Beckett’s Jyhad Diary. In this episode, Beckett finds himself in Chicago hot on the trail of Carna of clan Tremere.

More episodes of these podcasts can be found on our Patreon. If you want more stuff like this, think about supporting us there. We do two episodes of each ‘cast per month!

Thanks again, folks, and we look forward to more World of Darkness madness in the coming year!

Dec 21, 2018
Rites of the Blood - Episode 103
01:02:12

In this episode, we almost review the wrong book. Instead, we talk Thaumaturgy turkey with an updated look at blood magic for V20. Rites of the Blood collects a number of different styles of Thaumaturgy under one title, revises some older material, and adds some new rituals powers to your sorcerous arsenal.
Thank you guys for listening and your support. We’ll be off for the next few weeks over the holiday. Enjoy what ever it is you celebrate. Nobody reads this stuff. I’m nearly sure of it. If you do read it, the secret password is, “Hail Sithis!
This book was written by Alan Alexander, Jason Andrew, Matthew Sanderson, Ree Soesbee and developed by Eddy Webb for Onyx Path Publishing and White Wolf Game Studio. It was published July 9th, 2014

Dec 15, 2018
Anarchs Unbound - Episode 102
01:12:19

Ever the popular theme for Vampire: the Masquerade, we review the V20 update to the Anarch Movement with Anarchs Unbound. This book takes a look at how the Anarchs have evolved and exploded (Pun) in the modern age with the growth of technology, political awareness and that one important question, “Why do you obey?”

This book was written by Justin Achilli, Alan Alexander, Jason Andrew, Sarah Roark, and Matthew Sanderson for Onyx Path Publishing and released June 23, 2014

Dec 07, 2018
The hunters Hunted II - Episode 101
00:53:39

In this episode, we return to our regularly scheduled program with our review of Hunters Hunted II! This book is an update and continuation of the classic first edition of the Hunters Hunted. If you ever wanted to play one of the mortals that hunts the supernatural denizens of the World of Darkness, this is the sourcebook for you. This book is a wealth of resources about mortal hunters, containing everything from new merits and backgrounds, to strange psychic powers and Numina.
This book was written by Justin Achilli, Jason Andrew, Martin Henley, Matthew McFarland, and Matthew Sanderson with first edition material written by Bill Bridges and released July 17th, 2013 for Onyx Path Publishing.

Nov 30, 2018
The Camarilla, The Anarch - Episode 100
01:33:41

A word of caution: What we present is our opinion - and it’s an opinion that some people may be put off by. We offer no apologies for how we feel about the exploitation of human suffering for profit. We believe strongly in the sentiment of people over games. If that turns you off from our podcast, so be it. Fun should never be had from the real world misery and suffering of others.

Nov 25, 2018
VTM25 X Matthew Dawkins - Episode 99
02:02:00

From the White Wolf Wiki: ”Matthew Dawkins is a freelance writer and one of the in-house developers at Onyx Path Press. He also vlogs on YouTube as "The Gentleman Gamer." He is based in the UK.”
Chicago by Night is an upcoming project by Onyx Path Publishing for White Wolf Game’s V5, 5th edition of Vampire: the Masquerade.

Nov 09, 2018
Children of the Revolution - Episode 98
00:35:49

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.

Nov 02, 2018
VTM25 X Justin Achilli - Episode 97

In this episode, we interview Justin Achilli

Oct 26, 2018
V20 Companion - Episode 96
01:09:06

V20 Companion was written by Justin Achilli and Eddy Webb for White Wolf Game Studios and published by Onyx Path Publishing on August 23rd, 2012.

Oct 19, 2018
Dust to Dust - Episode 95
00:56:14

This book was written by Matthew McFarland and developed by Eddy Webb for White Wolf Studios and released on 11/11/11.

Oct 12, 2018
Vampire: the Masquerade 20th Anniversary Edition - Episode 94
01:18:12

This book was written by Justin Achilli, Rose Bailey, Matthew McFarland, and Eddy Webb for White Wolf publishing and released October 21st, 2011.

Oct 05, 2018
Gehenna - Episode 93
01:39:33

This book was written by Bjørn T. Boe, Travis-Jason Feldstein, Christopher Kobar and Dean Shomshak and developed by Justin Achilli for White Wolf Publishing. It was released January 14th, 2004.

Sep 28, 2018
The Red Sign - Episode 92
00:45:56

In this episode, Nate and Bob review the Penultimate VTM Revised edition book. The Red Sign tells the story of a conspiracy of vampires and mages seeking to reverse the curse of Caine. This book is a cross-over with Mage: the Ascension. The book is a part of the Time of Judgment and centers around the last conspiracies of both that formed towards the end of the world.
This book was written by Brian Campbell, Conrad Hubbard, Jacob Klunder, and Carrie Lewis and released October 20th, 2003 and published by White Wolf Publishing Inc.

Sep 21, 2018
Vampire Players Guide - Episode 91
00:37:15

This book was written by Kraig Blackwelder, Carl Bowen, Ann Braidwood, Jacqueline Brasfield, Christopher Gunning, Conrad Hubbard, Evan Jamieson, Jim Kiley, Christopher Kobar, Rhiannon Louve, Ari Marmell, Matt McFarland, Patrick O’Duffy, Chip Quinn, Aaron Rosenberg, Myranda Sarro, Dean Shomshak, Greg Stolze, Adam Tinworth and Janet Trautvetter with development and additional material by Justin Achilli. the Vampire Players Guide was published October 6th, 2003 for White Wolf Publishing.

Aug 31, 2018
Lair of the Hidden - Episode 90
00:43:32

Follow Bob and Nate as they take a journey into the mysterious lair of the Inconnu and explore Hunedoara Castle in 2003's Lair of the Hidden. This book acts as sourcebook and chronicle/module for Vampire: the Masquerade's Time of Judgement.
The Time of Judgment series is semi-canon and is intended to allow players the option to end their own personal stories.
Unlike previous themed years, there were no events characterizing the Time of Judgment that affected all World of Darkness game lines; instead, each game was given a selection of its own specifically-tailored final fates or multiple endings which are determined by the actions and choices of the
player.

Lair of the Hidden was Written by: Sarah Roark, Dean Shomshak, and Janet Trautvetter and released August 11th 2003 by White Wolf Game Studios.

Aug 24, 2018
Chaining the Beast - Episode 89
00:45:21

This week, Nate and Bob take a dive into what is considered by some to be the definitive guide to Paths of Enlightenment. This revised books is the first to collect "all" the current Paths into one, simple guide. From the standard paths, all the way to the obscure and heretical paths, Chaining the Beast puts the sum of vampiric morality in the palm of your hands. 
Chaining the Beast was written by Gavin Bennett, Trevor Chase and James Kiley and released June 30th, 2003 for White Wolf studios. 

Aug 17, 2018
Succubus Club: Dead Man's Party - Episode 88
00:49:47

In this episode, the fellas get back to work, bringing you brand new reviews of old books. This week, we review the oft-forgotten sleeper, "Succubus Club: Dead Man's Party," from 2003. This books gives kindred and cainites alike the skinny on how and why to throw an event. More than just a party, the social event is the crux of unlife in modern society. Additionally, this book explores the popup nightclub known as the "Succubus Club." 

This book was Written by: Richard Chillot and Christopher Kobar for White Wolf Publishing and released June 2nd, 2003

Aug 10, 2018
Gen Con Meetup Extravaganza - Episode 87
00:46:47

In this episode, Bob and Nate sit down with the Jackalope LARP folks to chat about LARP, awesome books, Sabbat and the Night in Question. What's "The Night in Question?" Well, funny you should ask...

The Night In Question is a fully-immersive rules-light LARP experience, taking the lessons and inspirations of the new Nordic-style games such as Enlightenment in Blood and End of the Line, then adding a horrific splatterpunk twist. Other games have focused on the Camarilla and Anarch aspects of the setting – the Masquerade, moving among the mortals in secrets and the politics of the undead. The Night in Question is different.

It will emphasize a frightening and engulfing story, focusing on the monstrosity of the Sabbat, visceral horror of their dark rites and a blood and guts feel reminiscent of films like From Dusk Til Dawn and Near Dark, creating a unique World of Darkness event using intense visual effects, high quality props, set design and costuming. It will be a “retro” Sabbat event, and will reflect a classic monstrous Sabbat mythos.

Aug 10, 2018
1st Edition: Revisited - Episode 86
01:09:34

In this very normal episode, Bob and Nate honor the release of V5 by going back in time and reviewing a few 1stedition books we missed. What did we miss?
First, we talk about 17-page module, Blood Nativity. This story serves as an introduction to Vampire: the Masquerade and was published by Atlas Games in 1991 for White Wolf. We have briefly mentioned this in previous podcasts, but we get a bit deeper in this review. 
Next, we discuss the 36-page module, Blood Bond, also from 1991. This story explores the mystical blood bond, as well as centuries-old feud between two elder vampires. 
Finally, we discuss the 83-page story supplement, Ashes to Ashes, published in 1991 by White Wolf. This book continues the chronicle, Forged in Steel, and the battle between the prince of Chicago and Gary, IN. This book, as well as Blood Bond, are part of the Chicago Chronicles collection 3. 

Blood Nativity was written by: Lynn Severson and Michael Harms (According to the White Wolf Wiki, this adventure was actually written by White Wolf staffers using pseudonyms.)
Blood Bond was written by: Ken Cliffe
Ashes to Ashes was written by: Stewart Wieck

Jul 28, 2018
Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition - Episode 85
03:00:08

Please note, this podcast is over 3 hours long. Some audio quality my be impacted due to host limitations

In this episode, Nate and Bob take a deep dive into the upcoming 5th Edition of the classic Vampire: the Masquerade. In an unprecedented achievement, White Wolf has returned to their Classic World of Darkness and Utility Muffin Labs has gotten early access to review and discuss this reintroduction to an old friend.

Nate and Bob talk about a great deal of the new history, rules, character creation and systems of V5, and still hardly scratch the surface of what's included in this beautiful, modern game of personal and political horror.

Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition launches August, 2018!

Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition
Developed, designed, and written by Kenneth Hite, Mark Rein-Hagen, Matthew Dawkins, Juhanna Peterson, Martin Ericsson, Karim Muammar, Karl Bergström, Jennifer Smith, Jason Andrew, and Jason Carl

Jul 26, 2018
KotEK Part 2 - Episode 84
01:02:01

In this episode, Nate and Bob discuss part two of the Kindred of the Ebony Kingdom Sourcebook. This sourcebook details the culture and society of the Laibon; the kindred of the African continent. 
We talk a little bit about or upcoming plans to review V5, the new edition of Vampire: the Masquerade, coming in August. 
This book was written by Justin Achilli, Jason Feldstein, Joddie Gray, Will Hindmarch, Ari Marmell, and  Voronica Whitney-Robinson for White Wolf Publishing and released April 28th of 2003. 

Jul 14, 2018
Kindred of Ebony Kingdom Part 1 - Episode 83
01:03:32

This book was written by Justin Achilli, Jason Feldstein, Joddie Gray, Will Hindmarch, Ari Marmell, and Voronica Whitney-Robinson for White Wolf Publishing and released April 28th of 2003.

Jul 07, 2018
Counsel of Primogen - Episode 82
00:58:56

This book was written by Kraig Blackwelder, Christopher Gunning, Ari Marmell and Cynthia Summers and developed by Justin Achilli for White Wolf Studios on March 3rd, 2003.

Jun 29, 2018
Caine's Chosen: the Black Hand - Episode 81
00:35:09

In this episode, Nate and Bob review the sourcebook for the Sabbat Sub-sect, the Black Hand. Gone are the days of the "True Hand," and all shits given have left with them. Today, we look at a mysterious group of mystical assassins who await the rapidly approaching Ghenna to take their place besides Caine. Like many other Vampire: the Masquerade books, Caine's Chosen is presented from many different sources and perspectives. This allows the book to have a healthy dose of subjectivity and complexity. 
This book was written by Sarah Roark, C. A. Suleiman and Janet Trautvetter, developed by Justin Achilli for White Wolf studios and released January 20th, 2003. 

Jun 22, 2018
State of Grace - Episode 80
00:39:50

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.

Jun 15, 2018
Cairo by Night - Episode 79
00:56:09

This Sourcebook is part of the Year of the Scarab theme for 2001, and was part of a tie in with the release of Mummy: the Resurrection. Other books in the line included:

Werewolf: the Apocalypse - Rage Across Egypt, Mage: The Ascension - Lost Paths: Ahl-i-Batin & Taftâni, Hunter: the Reckoning - Hunter: Holy War, Vampire: the Dark Ages - Veil of Night

Cairo by Night was written by C.A. Suleiman with project consultation from Khaldoun Khelil. It was developed by Justin Achilli and published February 11th, 2002 for White Wolf Game Studios.

Jun 08, 2018
Encyclopaedia Vampirica - Episode 78
00:37:19

In this episode of 25 Years of Vampire: the Masquerade, we take about the in-game (and excellent OOC resource) prop, Encyclopaedia Vampirica. This book was "written" by a number of kindred luminaries from the World of Darkness. As such, there is no further info about the real-world authors.

Jun 01, 2018
Havens of the Damned - Episode 77
00:41:18

Havens of the Damned
Written by: Christopher Gunning, Jess Heinig, David Martin, Steve McDonald, Lucien Soulban
June 3rd, 2002


Where the Undead Stay
Almost every Kindred has a haven, and those who dont are a sorry lot indeed. From a princes sprawling estate to the steam-tunnel nest of a Nosferatu, havens say much about their owners. This collection of unique havens looks at the specific needs of the Kindred who maintain them and gives advice for how to incorporate them into a story.

Dwellings of the Kindred
The purpose of Havens of the Damned is to encourage players and Storytellers to view havens as something more than simply where the Kindred rest during the daylight hours. A folio of interesting havens, this book introduces the perfect way to introduce new story hooks to any chronicle.

May 25, 2018
The Night in Question - Episode 76
01:04:45

In this episode, we depart from our normal routine of strict reviews and do an interview! That’s right, in this episode we interview Matthew Webb from Jackalope LARP about the upcoming White Wolf Vampire: the Masquerade LARP, The Night in Question. This event is a massive, splatter punk style, Blockbuster larp event being held Saturday, November 17th, 2018 outside of Austin, TX.

Check out the links below for more info:

The Night in Question
Jackalope LARP on Twitter
Jackalope LARP Website

Participation Design Agency
Nordic LARP

LARPWeaver
Blockbuster LARP

May 25, 2018
Archons and Templars - Episode 75
00:54:48

In this episode, we talk about one of the better White Wolf revised edition books, Archons and Templars. Archons & Templars is a sourcebook for the martial arm of the Camarilla and Sabbat. It includes details on the history and formation of both roles, as well as character creation and storytelling information.

Archons and Templars was written by Ari Marmell, Sarah Roark and Janet Trautvetter and developed by Justin Achilli for White Wolf Publishing and released April 15th, 2002.

May 18, 2018
Guide to the Anarchs - Episode 74
00:55:17

In this episode, we talk about the 2002 release, "Guide to the Anarchs." This book details the history, practices and methods of the Anarch Movement up to the Revised Edition of the game. Learn about the rise and fall of the movement, as well as how the sub-sect has responded to the fall of the Anarch Free States.
The Guide to the Anarchs was Written by: Justin Achilli, Carl Bowen, Noah Dudley, John Goff, Geoffrey Grabowski, Michael Mearls and Astrid Mosler and published March 18th, 2002 by White Wolf Publishing for the Classic World of Darkness setting and Vampire: the Masquerade.

May 11, 2018
Blood Sacrifice: The Thaumaturgy Companion - Episode 73
00:34:21

This book contains additional paths of thaumaturgy not found in the original blood magic book. Blood Sacrifice focuses on other, non-Hermetic forms of blood sorcery. The book features the disciplines of Akhu (Setite sorcery), Dur-An-Ki (Assamite sorcery), Sadhana (Indian blood magic), and Wanga (Vodoun blood magic), and introduces the Tlacique bloodline and their Mesoamerican blood sorcery Discipline, Nahuallotl.

This book was written by Dean Shomshak and Ari Marmell, and was released January 14th, 2002 by White Wolf Publishing.

May 04, 2018
Clanbook: Lasombra Revised - Episode 72
00:46:53

In this episode, we save the best for last, maybe? I guess than depends on your opinion about the Lasombra clan. Anyways, we find it enjoyable and hope to impart some of that upon you! This book delves into the clan's relationship with the Sabbat, the supernatural command of the Abyss, and Lasombra's roots in the Mediterranean and connection with the sea. This book was written by Bruce Baugh with development by Justin Achilli and released December 26th, 2001 for White Wolf Publishing. 

Notice! We will be taking a break until May 4th, 2018 while Nathan moves to his new location! Thanks for your patience, and we'll be back with you in two weeks! 

Apr 20, 2018
Mexico City by Night - Episode 71
01:03:58

In this episode, we discuss the city sourcebook for the capital of Sabbat, Mexico City. Known as "Black Babylon," this book is a must-have for any storyteller looking to take their players into the depths of the Sabbat. It was written by Written By: Philippe R. Boulle, Dean Shomshack and Lucien Soulban on August 5th, 2002 for White Wolf Studios. 

We will be taking a short vacation the weekend of April 27th - 29th. We will not be publishing any podcasts that week. Enjoy Spring Break!  

*Some of you may notice that this book is reviewed out of order. Yep. That's totally true. It's because my memory is shit and I misquoted our next book last week. So here it is, as promised. Next week, we review Clanbook: Lasombra as normal.*

Apr 13, 2018
New York by Night - Episode 70
00:48:25

In this episode, we discuss the city sourcebook, New York by Night. This book details the ongoing war between the Camarilla and the Sabbat for New York City. 
New York by Night was Written and developed by Justin Achilli. It was published November 21st, 2001 by White Wolf Publishing

Apr 06, 2018
Sins of the Blood - Episode 69
01:14:33

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. 

Mar 30, 2018
Gilded Cage - Episode 68
00:35:24

In this episode, we review and discuss Gilded Cage. This book is a definitive sourcebook for politics and influence for Vampire: the Masquerade, and a must have book for those looking to explore these concepts in their games or with their characters. This book was written by Ari Marmell and Michael Mearls and developed by Justin Achilli in 2001 for White Wolf publishing. 

Mar 23, 2018
Midnight Siege - Episode 67
00:39:57

In this episode, Nate and Bob talk about the 2001 release, Midnight Siege. This book is one of the first in a series that details the modern conflict between the Camarilla and the Sabbat, and how they wage war against one another. This book is a must for anyone who wants greater detail into the Jyhad in modern nights. 
This book was published by White Wolf Studios on June 11th, 2001 and was written by, Gavin Bennett, Robert Hatch, Darren MacLennan, Michael Mearls, Jon Wilkie with additional material by Justin Achilli and Matthew McFarland for Vampire: the Masquerade Revised edition. 

Mar 16, 2018
Clanbook: Ravnos Revised - Episode 66
00:40:51

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. 

Clanbook: Ravnos Revised was written by Deird’re Brooks and developed by Justin Achilli for White Wolf Publishing, inc on May 14th, 2001.

Mar 09, 2018
Clanbook: Giovanni Revised - Episode 65
01:04:34

In this episode, we review the Revised edition of Clanbook: Giovanni, for Vampire: the Masquerade. We discuss the role of the clan in the Final Nights, and how the events in the World of Darkness have impacted their family. This incestuous clan of Necromancers have remained independent, as much to evade politics, as to avoid scrutiny on the path to their final goal of 100,000,000 souls. This book was written by Greg Stolze with John Chambers, with additional material by Justin Achilli. It was published April 30th, 2001 by White Wolf Publishing.

Mar 02, 2018
Clanbook: Followers of Set Revised - Episode 64
00:48:48

In this episode of the VTM25 podcast, we talk about the revised Setite clanbook, “Followers of Set.” This revision is presented as a true look into the clan and the relationship with their Deity founder, Set. We also briefly talk about the Baali clan, the artwork by John Van Fleet, and touch upon our personal opinions about the clan. We will take a deeper dive this weekend, when we discuss the Followers of Set on our supplemental podcast, Nerd Words. 
This book was written by, Dean Shomshak and Developed by Ethan Skemp. It was published by White Wolf Studios on April 2nd, 2001. 
Thank our new supporters: Carrie, Rippir, Alexis Wolf, Joshua Chapa, JM, Thomas Douglas, Ben Heisler, Waler Cardinal, DantePD, Yves Cambron, Tony McMahon, and Daniel Quinn!
Check back with us Next Friday for Clanbook: Giovanni Revised

Feb 24, 2018
Clanbook: Tzimisce Revised - Episode 63
00:56:41

In this episode of 25 Years of Vampire: the Masquerade, we discuss the Twisted fiends of the Carpathians, Clan Tzimisce. Take a journey into the deepest depths of depravity with the clan of metamorphosis and learn about the Dragon that eats its own tail. Featuring the all the hits of the early aughts, like: 
Smoking crack out of babies asses!
The Cathedral of Flesh!
Azhi Dahaka!
The Zadruga!
The Vozhd!
Szlachta!
Linguistic inconsistency!
 
AND MORE!
Clanbook: Tzimisce Revised was published by White Wolf Publishing in 2001. It was written by Lucian Soulban and James Stewart and developed by Justin Achilli.

Feb 17, 2018
Clanbook: Assamite Revised - Episode 62
01:07:47

In this episode of 25 Years of Vampire: the Masquerade, we discuss the revised edition of Clanbook: Assamite. With this clanbook, White Wolf fully realizes the intricacies the clan. Split up into three chapters, we explore the history of the clan; including the Treaty of Tyre and beyond, the three castes of the Followers of Haqim, Assamite Sorcery, high-level disciplines, and the state of the clan in modern nights, after breaking the Tremere Curse. 

This book was written by Clayton Oliver with additional material on the Treaty of Tyre by Graeme Davis, and Developed by Justin Achilli. Clanbook: Assamite Revised was published by White Wolf Publishing, Inc. December 11, 2000.

Feb 09, 2018
Clanbook: Tremere Revised - Episode 61
00:38:22
In this episode, we talk about the cabal of Warlocks who stand as a pillar of the Camarilla, and possibly the most powerful clan that exists in modern nights. This review goes into detail on the revised edition of Clanbook: Tremere. 
Feb 02, 2018
CLanbook: Toreador Revised - Episode 60
00:44:29
In this episode, we talk about and discuss the revised edition of the Toreador Clanbook. Clan Toreador stands as one the most humane, yet also one of the most frightening clans of the Classic World of Darkness. 
Jan 27, 2018
Beckett's Jyhad Diary - Episode 59
00:29:13
In this episode, we give a spoiler-free review of the new White Wolf and Onyx Path book for V20, Beckett's Jyhad Diary
Jan 20, 2018
Clanbook: Gangrel Revised - Episode 58
00:42:11
Clanbook: Gangrel was released in 2000 for Vampire: the Masquerade, published by White Wolf for their Classic World of Darkness line.
Jan 20, 2018
Clanbook: Malkavian Revised - Episode 57
00:44:08
Finally, a proper Malkavian book to review. We just get in and talk. After all, what is this but a review podcast about White Wolf material? Really, it's nothing else beyond that. And entire podcast about Vampire: the Masquerade? That could be seen as a little obsessive. Well, we pride ourselves on tuning out the background noise. Anyways, this is that review we were waiting for. It's a good review. It's not overly gushing in its praise. It's fair. Hey, just give it a listen, why don't ya? 
Jan 13, 2018
Clanbook: Brujah Revised - Episode 56
00:42:55
In this episode, we talk overly long about one of our favorite Clanbooks, and, well, clans: the Brjuah. For many of us, our first experience with Vampire: the Masquerade involved playing this clan directly, and they've shaped our perceptions of the game, pop-culture and vampires as a whole. Thank you for listening, as well as, your continued support! 
Jan 05, 2018
Blood Magic: Secrets of Thaumaturgy - Episode 55
00:59:04
Happy New Year, everyone! In this episode, we discuss the awesome, under-rated and often overlooked "Secrets of Thaumaturgy" Sourcebook from the Vampire: the Masquerade game line. In this guide, you'll find the histories, concepts and modern practices of blood magics. Often assumed to be the sole purveyance of Clan Tremere, this book sheds light on the paths practiced by other clans, as well as the dark arts of Necromancy. 
Dec 29, 2017
Nights of Prophecy - Episode 54
00:56:25
In this episode, we dive into some of the canonical metaplot of the the World of Darkness. This book serves as an update to the constantly changing World of Darkness. If this came out ten years later, we'd call it a 'patch'. 
Dec 23, 2017
Clanbook: Nosferatu Revised - Episode 53
00:54:13
In this episode, we get down and dirty (heh, puns) on the Nosferatu and the giant stack of info this revised Clanbook provides. Like most of the 3rd edition/Revised Clanbooks, this is a must for any CWoD player's collection.  If you like what we do, and are interested in supporting our show, check out our website for our Patreon Reward game, Curse of Caine. Even if you don't want to play, there are links to the server so you can hang out, read some V:tM role-play, and make new friends! 
Dec 15, 2017
Vampire Storytellers Handbook - Episode 52
01:07:21
n this episode, we converse about the Revised Edition Storytellers Handbook. Spoiler alert: we dig it a lot! This book contains material to help storytellers iron out their worlds, story-tell in the World of Darkness, as well as, strategies for every kind of road block they might face. This is a truly invaluable tool for anyone running a game in the Classic World of Darkness. 
Dec 10, 2017
Clanbook: Ventrue Revised - Episode 51
01:28:22
In this episode, we go to great lengths and discuss the supremely superior revised edition of Clanbook: Ventrue. Spoiler alert: we really like this book, especially when compared to the previous version! 
Dec 02, 2017
Children of the Night - Episode 50
01:06:51
Holy crap, 50 episodes! Thank you all for sticking with us as we grow, change and (we hope) get better.  In this episode, we review and discuss "Children of the Night" - A gallery of characters for Vampire: the Masquerade. In this book, you'll find some of the most powerful and influential characters in the Classic World of Darkness, (most importantly) all in one place. This is a must-have book for anyone using CWoD characters, Camarilla, Sabbat or any of the other Heavy Hitters in the World of Darkness. 
Nov 25, 2017
Guide to the Sabbat - Episode 49
01:36:50

In this podcast, we review the definitive Sabbat sourcebook for Vampire: the Masquerade Revised Edition. The Guide to the Sabbat give players and storytellers a wealth of knowledge and detail on the history, rituals, bloodlines and secrets of the most reviled sect of vampires in the World of Darkness. 

Nov 17, 2017
Guide to the Camarilla - Episode 48
01:49:00

In this podcast, we review the definitive Camarilla sourcebook for Vampire: the Masquerade Revised Edition. The Guide to the Camarilla give players and storytellers a wealth of knowledge and detail on the history, intricacies, and secrets of the greatest sect of vampires in the World of Darkness. 

Nov 10, 2017
Time of Thin Blood - Episode 47
00:50:08
In this episode, we discuss Time of Thin Blood - A sourcebook ratcheting up the meta-plot Final Nights, as it moves inexorably towards the fabled Ghenna. This book introduces details on the 14th and previously unknown 15th generations of kindred, as well as rules for the Dhampir; the half-vampire half-human offspring of the thin-blooded kindred. 
Nov 04, 2017
Giovanni Chronicles Conclusion Episode 46
01:09:19
Welcome to the conclusion of the centuries spanning Giovanni Chronicles saga. In this episode, we will discuss and review the final two books in the series and bring the clan of Necromancers into the modern nights (or at least up to 1999.) This review dives into Giovanni Chronicles III: The Sun Has Set, and Giovanni Chronicles IV: Nuova Malattia. 
Oct 27, 2017
a World of Darkness Hong Kong and more! Episode 45
01:00:14
In this episode, we review three books from 1998: World of Darkness: Hong Kong, Vampire: the Masquerade Revised core rulebook, and Storytellers Companion. The reason we reviewed all three in one is simple - None of these three books warranted a full hour of deep exploration. Unfortunately, that may stir some controversy from our listeners. However, once you listen to the episode, we think you'll understand why we took this stance. Well, let's not stand on ceremony... 
Oct 20, 2017
Revelations of the Dark Mother - Episode 44
01:06:35
In this episode, we discuss and review the 1998 release of Revelations of the Dark Mother. This book is similar to the Book of Nod, both in layout, format and design. It was created, according to meta-plot, in response to the Book of Nod. Revelations of the Dark Mother compiles various accounts of Lilith, the titular Dark Mother, and of the Bahari cults that worship her. 
Oct 13, 2017
Montreal by Night - Episode 43
02:07:09
As promised, we take a long, long look at the Black Dog book, Montreal by night. One of our favorites, this book chronicles the spiritual stronghold of the Sabbat in North America, and the demonic forces that twist the "City of Dark Miracles." 
Oct 07, 2017
Clanbook: Ravnos - Episode 42
00:53:05
In this episode, we review and discuss the Ravnos Clanbook. Known for being wandering vagabonds and hucksters, the Ravnos are charlatans who gleefully practice their arts of deception and theft.  Thanks to all of you who have listened to us over the past year! We've had a great time doing this podcast, and all the kind words and support have been awesome and overwhelming! Here's to another great year of content, and to all the new White Wolf material coming down the pipeline! You folks are a wonderful community! 
Sep 29, 2017
Clanbook: Giovanni - Episode 41
01:10:17
Out in the darkest parts of town, in the most secret boardrooms, and in the coldest crypts, there's a family most fucking vile. Don't get your undies in a bunch, just listen to our fuckin' review of Clanbook: Giovanni. You'll like it or you won't. We don't really give a shit. Either way, we win.
Sep 23, 2017
Ghouls: Fatal Addiction - Episode 40
00:56:27
In this episode, we review the essential book about those that serve the undead: Ghouls. This book is essential for any storyteller looking to paint these half-damned individuals in the correct light, as well as players looking to create their own Ghoul character. Ghouls: Fatal Addiction is a must for any CWoD collection.  Also, we know there's a Ghouls and Revenants V20 book. We just forgot about it while discussing this book. Thanks. 
Sep 16, 2017
Clanbook: Lasombra - Episode 39
00:55:04
In this episode, we explore the clan with a giant "L", Clan Lasombra. Step into the shadows with us as we dig into the feared leaders of the Sabbat, exploring their origins, both within the context of the game, and our experiences with them. 
Sep 08, 2017
Prince's Primer/ Blood and Fire - Episode 38
00:50:31
Two books for the price of one?!? You bet your sweet ass. In what may be becoming a bit of a pattern, we consolidate two books that might not stand on their feet for a single review. Anyways, we prove tonight that all of our reviews are hopeless pandering to a game we love! 
Sep 01, 2017
Clanbook: Assamite - Episode 37
01:14:33
Feared by all yet courted by many, refusing outside allegiances yet willing to hunt Kindred for a payment of blood, the Assamites are among the most reclusive clans. Once hunted, these vampire assassins are now sought out by the Kindred to dispose of their enemies. Fearful takes are told of their skill in hunting the most dangerous prey, their bravery in combat, and their fierce loyalty to their clan. Yet the tellers of these tales do not guess at the truth: the millennia of warfare, the roots of the Jyhad, and the clan mysteries which no outsider has ever seen.
Aug 26, 2017
Clanbook: Setites -Episode 36
01:02:19
We are the small voice that whispers to you in the lonely hours of the night. We call to the darkness within all of you. We came from the dark, and to the dark we shall all return... Called the corrupt by even the most crooked Ventrue, the Setites are almost universally mistrusted and feared by the clans of the Camarilla, and scorned by the Sabbat for their unwillingness to share in the Vaudalrie.
Aug 18, 2017
Clanbook: Tzimisce - Episode 35
01:07:30
In this episode, we discuss the history of Fiends most vile: Clan Tzimisce. A sourcebook for the Vampire: the Masquerade Classic World of Darkness game setting, this book explores the history of the clan and its unique role in the formation and nightly duties to the Sabbat, and the grotesqueries of the clan of metamorphosis.
Aug 04, 2017
DC by Night - Episode 34
01:00:40
In this episode, we explore the Seat of Power, both mortal and vampiric. DC by Night is a source book that tells of a bloody and treacherous history of a new world, and the undead who fed like carrion upon it. Come and know true power in Washington DC. 
Jul 29, 2017
The Last Supper - Episode 33
00:31:25
In this episode, we explore the origins of Clan Giovanni and the destruction of Clan Cappadocian through the game module series, "The Giovanni Chronicles." This is a short episode, as one would expect, considering the material within. Learn the secrets and play through the history of one of the most world-altering events in the Classic World of Darkness. 
Jul 21, 2017
The Inquisition - Episode 32
01:06:29
In a return to our conventional review style, we comb over the secrets hidden within The Inquisition. This detailed and rather large sourcebook reveals the Society of Leopold, who continue the medieval inquisition in the modern day. This book is the first of five books released under the "Year of the Hunter" theme, which focused mortals and their interactions with the denizens of the World of Darkness.  Also, Bob cusses a lot.
Jul 15, 2017
Dirty Secrets of the Black Hand - Episode 31
01:55:02
In this episode, we break down the pinnacle of "Vampion" (aka, Trench-coat Ninja) books: Dirty Secrets of the Black Hand. I don't think this is our standard review, so keep that in mind here, folks.  It's a bit long, so we hope you don't mind. 
Jul 07, 2017
Elysium: The Elder Wars - Episode 30
00:58:12
n this episode, we review one of the better books of Second Edition - Elysium: The Elder Wars. Experience the world through the eyes and minds of the terrible and terrifying Elders of the Camarilla. This book is absolutely necessary for anyone running a Vampire game with elders, or any player looking to portray an elder.  Required reading! 
Jul 01, 2017
Los Angeles by Night - Episode 29
00:54:03
Welcome to the Anarch Free-States. In this episode, we review Los Angeles by Night.
Jun 24, 2017
Clanbook: Ventrue - Episode 28
01:04:27
In this episode, we review the original Clanbook: Ventrue and quietly discuss the Secret Masters in hushed tones. Thanks for listening and also thanks for all your contributions and support! 
Jun 17, 2017
Kindred Most Wanted Episode 27
00:57:51
The Kindred Most Wanted is an account of the top 13 most deadly and wanted vampires by the Camarilla, this list is officially known as The Red List and the cainites in it as Anathema.
Jun 09, 2017
Clanbook: Tremere - Episode 26
01:15:39
In this episode, we dig deep into the history of the most distrusted and feared of Camarilla Clans with Clanbook: Tremere. 
Jun 02, 2017
New Orleans by Night - Episode 25
01:05:09
In this episode, we review "New Orleans by Night" - a City Sourcebook for Vampire: the Masquerade. This past week, we've been spending tons of time working on our game, Curse of Caine, which will be launching June 1st, as a reward level for our Patreon patrons.
May 27, 2017
Clanbook: Toreador - Episode 24
00:56:51
In this episode, we had a bit of a false start We "recorded" about 40 minutes worth of podcast before we found out we weren't recording. That was a thing. Anyways, we review Book of the Damned for a short period and then we review Clanbook: Toreador. 
May 20, 2017
The Anarch Cookbook - Episode 23
00:53:28
In this episode, we discuss the the third major Vampire sect: The Anarchs. Released in 1993, this book serves as an introduction for both players and storytellers to the world of Anarch rebellion. 
May 12, 2017
Berlin by Night - Episode 22
01:09:38
In this, our 22nd episode, we journey to the recently reunited city of Berlin. Released in 1993, this book takes place shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Two Princes struggle nightly for control of territory, while the kindred population walk a fine line between two vengeful elders. 
May 05, 2017
Bloody Hearts Diablerie: Britain - Episode 21
01:33:24
n this episode, we explore book 2 in the "Diablerie" series. This book introduces us to the Ancient Methuselah, Tiamat, and the demon Drakonskyr that possess her. Your coterie will take a terrifying journey to the hard of ancient madness in hopes of claiming the ultimate prize: the soul and power of the ancient damned. This book also marks the first appearance of former Toreador Justicar, Madame Guil.  This book is designed as a module for 2nd edition Vampire: the Masquerade. 
Apr 28, 2017
The Book of Nod - Episode 20
01:01:15
Hello all. Welcome back to the podcast! In this episode, we discuss and review the 1993 release, "The Book of Nod". This particular book is a little bit different than the previous books we've reviewed, both in content and layout. This book is more of an in-game prop than a rule book, and is printed in a size more consistent with White Wolf's Mind's Eye Theater line of Live-Action Role Playing books. 
Apr 21, 2017
Chicago by Night, 2nd Edition - Episode 19
01:21:28
In this episode of VTM25, we review the revised edition of Chicago by Night. This book has a special place for us, as we've spent a large quantity of time playing from and running games with this book.  We have two weeks left to hit our goal. Please contribute to our Go Fund Me and help us replace our broken equipment so we can continue to create!  Visit our Patreon and become a patron. If you like what we do, come support us! 
Apr 15, 2017
Clanbook: Gangrel - Episode 18
01:20:40
In stark contrast to our previous review, we take a look and in unsung gem of the V:tM 1st/ 2nd edition catalog - Clanbook: Gangrel. Presented by gonzo journalist, Dr. Raoul King, this clanbook tells the tale of Lord Ashton as he leads you through the nightly existence of the Gangrel. 
Apr 07, 2017
Clanbook: Malkavian - Episode 17
00:57:57
Clanbook: Malkavian Written By: Daniel Greenberg What is this thing called madness? They say those touched by insanity have also been touched by divinity. No they don't. Madness is often only a step away from enlightenment and, for some, is a step beyond. No it isn't. Now learn how the Malkavians twist the world for their benefit. You won't learn a thing. Discover the truth of their madness. It's too late for that.
Mar 31, 2017
Clanbook: Nosferatu - Episode 16
00:54:41
This week, we review the classic Clanbook: Nosferatu! If you notice any issues with the sound, we apologize. We had some level issues we had to deal with on our end. Additionally, we talk more about the Nosferatu on our sister podcast, Nerd Words If you are planning to buy the book we've discussed, please use our link on the picture below. Using our affiliate links on our site to purchase books will help us greatly! 
Mar 24, 2017
Dark Colony - Episode 15
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Hey all! We're back at it after our computer crisis last week with a new podcast. This week, we review Dark Colony, a city source book for Vampire: the Masquerade.  If you are unaware, we currently have a Go Fund Me page to help us pick up a new computer.
Mar 18, 2017
The Storytellers Handbook to the Sabbat - Episode 14
01:02:52
Storytellers Handbook to the Sabbat is the second sourcebook to describe the Sabbat, and serves as a companion to the earlier Players Guide to the Sabbat. The Handbook fleshes out background elements of the sect, and introduces two new Sabbat bloodlines. The book advanced the characterization of the Sabbat as thoroughly infested with infernalists, which persisted until Vampire: The Masquerade Revised Edition. This book also introduced the notion of Vicissitude as an infection — a concept that was later revisited in a drastically different form in Dirty Secrets of the Black Hand.
Mar 11, 2017
The Vampire Players Guide - Episode 13
02:24:45
Vampire Players Guide Second Edition is an updated version of The Players Guide for the Vampire: The Masquerade Second Edition rules. A large portion of the book's text is reprinted, updated, and revised from the previous version of the Players Guide to fit the Second Edition's rules and formatting style. Notable among the new content in this edition of the Players Guide is the introduction of two new bloodlines, the Daughters of Cacophony and the Samedi, along with their respective signature Disciplines.
Mar 04, 2017
A World of Darkness - Episode 12
01:50:11
In this episode, we review the first edition of A World of Darkness. In addition, we talk about some of our fan interaction, read some reviews and wax nostalgic about Vampire: the Masquerade. Walk through memory lane with us (edit: neither of us had read this book before it was queued up for the podcast) and discuss some of the craziest characters ever printed. 
Feb 25, 2017
The Players Guide to the Sabbat - Episode 11
02:28:12
In this episode, we discuss the book, "the Players Guide to the Sabbat." It is the first Vampire: the Masquerade sourcebook to fully describe the Sabbat. Many prominent Sabbat-related elements of the setting, such as the antitribu and the Paths of Enlightenment, were introduced for the first time in this book. Additionally, the Lasombra and Tzimisce were described in detail for the first time in this book. This is a much longer podcast than normal, and we hope you folks enjoy it. We tried not to ramble or get overly detailed, but clearly the Sabbat is something we enjoy as players and storytellers. Thanks for listening!
Feb 18, 2017
Awakening: Diablerie Mexico, Vampire: The Masquerade 2nd Ed.
01:08:55
In this episode, we review the 1992 releases of Awakening: Diablerie Mexico and V:tM 2nd Ed.
Feb 11, 2017
Clanbook: Brujah - Episode 9
01:05:47
Welcome to the first clanbook released by White-Wolf for the Vampire: the Masquerade imprint.
Feb 04, 2017
The Hunters Hunted - Episode 8
00:46:30
Revenge is a Dish Best Served Cold... Until now it has been the Vampire who stalked the cities, feasting at will from any they desired. Confident in their Masquerade, sure no mortal could threaten their rule, they have walked without fear. But now their nights are numbered. Eat Napalm Corpse! The Hunters' hour has come! Add to your Vampire Chronicle with fully detailed hunters, ready and waiting to put your players to the torch. Or better yet, begin a hunters Chronicle, with the characters facing off against the horror of the Undead. for no other foe is as well detailed as the Kindred of Vampire.
Jan 28, 2017
Milwaukee by Night - Episode 7
01:10:50
Created on the site of an ancient battle, blood still flows through the streets of Milwaukee each night. Werewolves emerge from the shadows to seek out their ancient enemies—you, the Vampire. For years the Anubi have protected their Kindred in the city, but their strength is waning. Now the ravaging packs of Lupines sit just outside the city, mouths salivating at the delights which shall soon be theirs.
Jan 21, 2017
Vampire Storytellers Handbook - Episode 6
01:38:54
In this episode, we discuss the Storytellers Handbook for Vampire: the Masquerade, published in 1992, by White-Wolf Studios. The Vampire Storytellers Handbook is the first Storyteller-specific resource for Vampire: The Masquerade and for the Classic World of Darkness in general. Several concepts are introduced here for the first time, among them the bloodlines of the Baali, Blood Brothers, and Gargoyles along with their unique Disciplines.
Jan 15, 2017
Who's Who Among Vampires: Children of the Inquisition
01:27:33
In this episode we discuss and review, "Children of the Inquisition" by White-Wolf publishing, 1992
Jan 11, 2017
Happy New Year!
Jan 07, 2017
Holiday Break
Nov 18, 2016
Alien Hunger
00:29:01
Ripped from your comfortable mortality, thrown into a pit of blood and death, you strive with every ounce of your being to hold onto the last bits of your humanity, all the while feeling the inexorable pull of the beast within. A mile high where the air is thin, an ancient genius has been snuffed out by an even older evil. Now you are alone, your old world stolen from you and your new one most horrible to behold. And ruling all is your dread thirst. An Alien Hunger is a jumpstart kit for Vampire, designed to allow you to start playing the game within five minutes of reading the rules.
Nov 04, 2016
The Succubus Club, Ashes to Ashes, Chicago by Night
01:04:36
In our third episode, we step up the podcast a notch and review three releases from 1991: The Succubus Club, Ashes to Ashes and Chicago by Night first edition. The three of these releases are bound together in story and setting, and it seemed appropriate to review them together for additional reasons that are made clear in the production. These books make up a large part of the "Forged in Steel" chronicle.
Oct 21, 2016
The Players Guide
00:28:08
In this episode, we review V:tM The Players Guide 1st Edition
Oct 07, 2016
Vampire: The Masquerade 1st Edition
00:43:35
Welcome to the first episode of "25 Years of Vampire: The Masquerade." In each episode of this podcast, we will review each "Vampire" book in chronological order. We Present to you, episode one, Vampire: The Masquerade 1st edition, 1991.
Sep 23, 2016