Published February 13, 2005
by Vtes .
Written in English
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This article is about the year For product number WW , see Awakening: Diablerie Mexico. Contents[show] Events January January Books released: EQ: Plane of Hate (book) VTR: Vampire: The Requiem Pin Display VTR: Daeva Clan Pin VTR: Gangrel Clan Pin VTR: Mekhet Clan Pin VTR: Nosferatu Clan Pin VTR: Ventrue Clan Pin VTR: Carthian Covenant Pin VTR: Circle of the Crone . As has been the style for the last few expansions Kindred: Most Wanted is not really designed to stand alone and you can't really build a deck off just its cards. As this is intentional design I can't really complain too much about that, but it's worth noting to new players that you'd be better off with one of the older expansions. [Baali] Baali: KMW:C/PB2: Blur [Combat] Combat: 1 blood [Celerity] Celerity: Appears in 8 sets: Book of Going Forth by Night, The [Equipment] Equipment: 1 pool: KMW:PB: Breath of Thanatos [Action Modifier] Action Modifier / [Combat] Combat: 1 blood [Necromancy] Necromancy: KMW:C: Bribes [Action Modifier] Action Modifier: Appears in 8 sets: Bujo. A weekly review of the Vampire: The Masquerade releases over the last 25 (it was 25 when we started this podcast) years. Bob and Nathan review the Classic World of Darkness books for White Wolf Publishing's game, Vampire: the Masquerade, in chronological order. .
• Baali (Shaitan) - 6 vampires • Followers of Set/Setites (Set) - 22 vampires • Toreador (Arikel) - vampires • Daughters of Cacophony (Unnamed) - 2 vampires • Tzimisce (Tzimisce) - 23 vampires • Ventrue (Veddartha) - vampires. Vampires of unknown clans • Other Kindred - vampires. VtM oWoD Vampiric NPC Listing This is a (mostly) complete listing of all the White Wolf created Kindred/Cainite NPCs that inhabit the Old World of Darkness. The only known vampiric NPCs that this list is missing are the ones contained in the 1st-Edition Storyteller Screen released in , and the original Book of Madness released in So, I had an interesting conversation with a gentleman about the Baali that led me to starting this thread. Currently I am in the process of rereading Clanbook Baali (that and 4 other VtM books, ugh) and I find that while it is disturbing at parts, that it is a pretty dang good book that really has this sickening creepy feel that I like from the Horror literature genre. Sources Consulted for this List: Chaining the Beast [WW], Children of the Night [WW], Clanbook: Assamite [WW], Clanbook: Assamite (Revised Edition) [WW], Clanbook: Baali [WW], The Kindred's Most Wanted [WW], Laws of the Night (Revised Edition) [WW], Libellus Sanguinis III: Wolves at the Door [WW], Player's Guide.
A Dread Names, Red List Update. Vampire: The Masquerade. Matt-M-McElroy - August 1st, , pm. Kindred Most Wanted was one of those cool, but a little strange, original Vampire supplements that everyone liked, but didn’t actually get a lot of use at the table. It had these terrifying “bad guys” that made for dangerous villains so bad the entire Camarilla wanted them dead. [C.] If you prefer sealed boosters, I can offer a handful instead. (If you choose this option you’d get several boosters, not just one). Looking at some of my old tournament winnings, I have a bunch of boosters from: Kindred Most Wanted, Nights of Reckoning, Third Edition, Sword of Caine, Ebony Kingdom, and a couple from Lords of Night. - Cybele, who's a Baali in some sources (Clanbook: Baali), but a Malkavian in others (Kindred Most Wanted) was supposedly embraced by one Shaitan - Chaos Factor's Shaitan curiously possesses Dementation 8, even higher than his Dark Thaumaturgy (though not Daimonon). The Baali are a tiny bloodline which most other vampires seek to kill who apparently include nothing but devout demonists, while the Setites are a full clan, a ‘nation’ of vampires which only some vampires seek to destroy, and the new Clanbook takes care to emphasise that it includes fringe members, heretical cults, and many less than.