Secrets in the Darkness
Everyone knows who the sluagh are. They're the nasty, smelly, slimy creepy, weirdos who know everything about everyone. They spy on all the other kith, hold forbidden revels in cavernous mazes deep beneath the earth, and occasionally sacrifice childlings to whatever dark things they worship. They also eat spiders and toads, hate sunlight and all other kith, and can't be... [click here for more]
Once cavemen told stories of the day's hunt and of the things beyond the firelight. In these modern nights, we still tell stories of hunters - ones who shun sunlight and crave human blood for sustenance. What lies beyond the neon glow? What stories will you tell to keep the darkness at bay?
Under Tonight's Streetlights
This book combines new Thaumaturgy paths with extensive advice on creating... [click here for more]
The Magic Still Exists
From coral caves to sacred glades, from windswept peaks to shadowy streets, magic can still be found. Mermaids sing below the waves and the little people dance in the circles of their human neighbors. Some mortals even know the touch of the Fair Ones on their lives by the blood in their veins. But not all dreams are happy ones nightmares and creatures cluster... [click here for more]
During the terrible War of Rage, the Garou brought slaughter to their shapeshifting cousins - the mighty werealligators and the gentle werebears. The defeated breeds hid to avoid total annihilation and were eventually forgotten. Now, centuries later, they venture forth from their swamps and caves to a world that needs their help - now more than ever. But has time mended the wounds of the past or have... [click here for more]