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UktenasymbolAs the masses rush across the planet – app in hand – in search of small animals to enslave, this web enhancement considers how such a fad could be positioned into the World of Darkness (specifically the setting for Werewolf: the Apocalypse).

It provides a precis of the Pentex involvement and how the app has been integrated into the business practices of some of the company’s subsidiaries, as well as suggesting some plot hooks for Storytellers.

Whilst this is written for the Werewolf: the Apocalypse setting, it could easily be re-purposed for any of the World of Darkness lines.

Download: minimonsters-go-web-enhancement  [360KB]

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UktenasymbolIn Episode 22 of the Midnight Express Podcast, Pete and I discussed Samuel Haight, ‘The Skinner’ from Werewolf: the Apocalypse.  Presented here is a distillation of chronicle ideas to use the most infamous of Garou in your own chronicle.  These ideas position Haight as a possible saviour of the Garou Nation, and the Rite of Sacred Rebirth as a desperate weapon against the Wyrm.

Download: The Skinner [Web Enhancement] [PDF;868KB]

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UktenasymbolThis fortnight I rework an article that starts to explain my setting for Werewolf: the Apocalypse.  In the small town of Cedar Rapids, the Garou population has taken a serious decline and now the power-sharing includes Kinfolk taking a more active role in the Garou Nation.

There is some discussion on the role of Kinfolk, followed by a short write-up of the Caern, two NPC Kinfolk with an agenda, and some plot hooks.  I’ll keep working away on this, and get some more info up in coming fortnights.

Download: Unsung Heroes [PDF; 590KB]

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LotNThis week I present five ideas that I’ve brought across to my World of Darkness tabletop games from the LARP environment.  I ran Camarilla games for a number of years with the old World of Darkness and this experience did change some of my perceptions of how a tabletop game could be run.  I’m sure that others can add to this list, or even refine some of the mechanics presented herein; I’d like very much to hear your ideas.  You can download the article here: MET.

See you all in two weeks time for more from the vault…

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