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White Wolf Magazine #39


This is issue #39 of White Wolf Magazine. Please note that all advertising in this PDF is out of date. For a complete table of contents and more, please take a look at the product preview.

Included in this issue:

Howling at the Moon - By Travis Williams. Word on Blacks in Roleplaying Pg.9

The Powers of the Past - By John W. Vogel. There are places a Traveller just doesn't want to go in The New Era Pg.14

Paradox Flawed (A.K.A. "OOPS!") - By Phil Brucato. Errata for Mage. Even game wizards make mistakes Pg.33

Laws and Wizards in Fantasy Roleplaying - By Steven S. Long. "By the red tape of legal wizardry, I cast you into the pit of bureaucratic despair!" Pg.34

Tools for the Masquerade - By Alara Rogers. Is vampirism a medical condition or a Vampire plot? Pg.46

Legacy Rite, Episode 1 of 6 - By Bill Bridges. Check out the Werewolf color comic, scripted by the game's developer. Pg.73


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Adrian S. [Featured Reviewer]
March 5th, 2018
I purchased this issue for a single article that presents a medical reasoning for vampirism in Vampire: the MAsquerade, and this one article alone was worth the cover price. The article outlines 'Schere's Disease' a Tremere-developed illness that acts [...]
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