Clanbook has ratings and 2 reviews. Brian said: It turns out that it is like if you took a bunch of D&D geeks and told them their spells were real. Clanbook: Tremere is a sourcebook for the Tremere. Like all Clanbooks, it was later updated with a revised edition. Contents[show] Summary From the White. This is book isn’t needed, either by players or Storytellers, to make the Tremere better or more interesting. You’d probably be better off grabbing some Ars.
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Yago Roig rated it it was ok Nov 02, Ventrue – Revised Edition.
Clanbook: Tremere Revised by Jess Heinig
Can we respond to you about this? Kristy rated it really liked it Feb 15, Learn the magic of the Tremere and the rigors of earning status in the clan. Log In with Facebook. As the rituals contained herein, like The Open Passage, which allows a vampire a few seconds of intangibility with regards to a door or wall after an hour of drawing intricate patterns in rat dung on it.
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I’ve moved away from that initial love since then, with my favorite Clan now vacillating between the Salubri and the Assamites sorcerer caste, of coursebut it meant that I went into this book with a bit more expectations than I had for the other clanbooks.
Guess what clan my favourite character to play was from. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to vlanbook. Each rank is also subdivided into seven subranks. The Tremere used to be my favorite Clan, back when the only Vampire book I owned was the corebook.
Lists with This Book. Tremere – Revised Edition. Other books in the series. These products were created by scanning an original printed edition. Truly, the terrible powers worthy of a storytelling game of personal horror.
Clanbook : Tremere
Sean rated it it was amazing May 11, New Account or Log In. Marco rated it it was ok Jul 05, Each of those has seven pontifices reporting to them, each of which has seven lords, each of which has seven regents, each of which has seven apprentices.
Eric Johnson rated it really liked it May 10, Learn the magic of the Tremere and the rigors of earning status in the clan. This title was added to our catalog dlanbook April 16, And overall, tremerd not bad. Tzimisce – Revised Edition. These ebooks were created from the original electronic layout files, and therefore are fully text searchable. Tim rated it it was amazing Jan 14, Clark Coston rated clanblok liked it Oct 04, More art in each Clan’s “cultural style,” so to speak, would make the Clanbooks a lot more interesting.
Preview — Clanbook by Jess Heinig. Jett Cat rated it liked it Jun 19, The NPCs actually stood out to me, because after two dozen pages of rules for Thaumaturgy, less than half of the templates actually deal with Thaumaturgy at all.
Clanbook: Tremere Revised
It comes off as the most centralized and monolithic Clan except for all the weirdos and deviants, which puts it in contrast to all those other Clans of individuals and small broods that still have Clanwide institutions like the Ventrue or the Toreador. Original electronic Scanned image These products were hremere by scanning an original printed edition. Refresh and try again.
Lonni rated it really liked it May 28, Bonnie Goodwin rated it it was amazing Dec 06, Beryll Brackhaus rated it really liked it Jul 08, But it leads to “why are these people Tremere,” and for most of them, there isn’t a good answer. Obvious the pyramid is not entirely occupied, since otherwise there would be more Tremere than there are vampires in total, though I have seen amusing postulates that the pyramid is filled and every supernatural creature in the World of Darkness is secretly Tremere.
Mar 07, Brian rated it really liked it Shelves: The sheer volume of information contained in the new clanbooks each 32 pages longer than the first-edition series permits Storytellers to round out their chronicles.
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My favorite character type in any RPG that supports the concept is a wizard, and these were literal blood sorcerers.