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Wot will, some ofig relatives, the ones wh0 uren't 50 iiite as l,. The can – diid d0- commit acts thittewei Idon't wish toconsider,. Andhere Jou are, p00r little mortal. VAMPIRE THE MASQUERADE 20th ANNIVERSARY EDITION. For twenty years, you've been reading and listening to us talk about Vampire: The Masquerade. WOD - Vampire - The Masquerade - Core Rulebook (Revised). Uploaded by Alceste Download as PDF or read online from Scribd. Flag for inappropriate.
Please log in to add or reply to comments. Is it likely to appear again as an option? Seems you would be stuck with having to manually change to a reference page. PDF version or also an already converted. What's the difference between the standard hardcover book and the premium heavy weight version?
Posts Topics Advanced Search. Got a bunch of them hoarded up in a folder and added some on SkyDrive, figured I'd post up a link for anyone interested in them, got more in my folder as well as some Werewolf: The Apocalypse and Demon: The Fallen ones, enjoy. I already have most if not all of these, but I'm sure most people on this forum don't have them.
Thanks for making these available. Thanks Karavolos, appreciate the library of knowledge you've offered up. I'm only concerned that by hosting this link we'll run into copyright violations or some such thing. Oh well, I'm sure I'll get an email telling me to take it down if it becomes a problem.
If it becomes a problem I'll take the responsibility for it I have a few others laying around beyond that the link offers, so feel free to ask if you're missing a particular book. If you guys ask me gently I can give you out the links to specific boos. I got most of them somewhere in my google docs, including V20 and V20 companion gotta get my hands on children of revolution.
I've few GB of. Except for now I may respond to a gentle PM My only problem with my collection is that the vast majority of them aren't searchable. Voraxith wrote: I downloaded the Baali clanbook to compare it to the one I have.
Exact same file. You can scroll, right?
I reorganized the skydrive and renamed the shit to make things hopefully be easier to find. I also added more bloodline books and dark ages clan books, also added a few other things like Time of Judgement, Time of Thin Blood, Kindred of the East and so on; as well as a few things from Werewolf, Mage, Hunter and Demon.
Hope you like.
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But whats left of Bela is rotting ina pine coffin somewhere, while Thave the opportunity to sit here on the balcony, enjoy my drink and look at you. Correct me if T'm being presumptuous, but suspect that have the better end of the deal.
Tcan tell by looking at you that you're not comprehending. Ofcourse you're not — theseare oynical, rational times, and you're not going to believe that I'm a dead man just hecause say so. A century ago it would have been different — well, it was quite different the last time Lhad this little talk-with someone — but thisis the age of facts.
And the factsave that corpses don't move, don't walk dont talk. Um terribly sorry my dear, hut I have a surprise for yous This corpse does Sosit down. Please, I insist that you make yourself comfortable. Pour yourself something to drink, preferably from the bottle on the left — the stuff on the right isan acquired taste. But I'mafraid, my dear, that you're not going to like what yousee.
My Kind doesn't talk about itself to your kind — not now and, for the most part, not ever. We've spent five centuries weaving a stage curtain that we call the Masquerade to hide the real show from you, but in the end it comes down to one simple fact: We vampires don't want you mortals knowing we're out there, It's for the same reason the wolf doesn't want the sheep knowing he's around. It makes our work so much easier. And so, for example, though we do indeed possess the sharpened canines with which dime novels and the cinema have branded us, you mortals will not see them unless we choose to reveal them.
Like se You're looking pale, my dear.
That will never do if we're going ta be seen later — allow me to take care of looking pale for both of us.