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Scenes of Frenzy (Vampire: The Requiem)

A collection of six stand-alone scenes for Vampire: The Requiem, designed by Will Hindmarch.

Use these scenes to play out moments of vampiric frenzy, whether you expected them to happen or not. Each scene is presented with a potential cause of frenzy in mind — a sudden wound, an infuriating betrayal, a gluttonous euphoria — but the heart of each scene really lies in those dramatic moments after frenzy becomes unavoidable. These scenes aren’t about vampires that are almost swept away by the brutal instincts of the Beast. The drama here is about characters wrestling with their own Beasts, whether they aim to halt it or steer it to some sinister purpose.

Inside you'll find two ready-to-play scenes for each kind of vampire frenzy — anger, Wassail, and the Red Fear — for a total of six scenes.


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An excellent tool for setting up scenes "on the fly." [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on July 18, 2007.