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White Wolf 2011-2012 New Release Schedule!

Posted on August 4, 2011 by Flames

Flames Rising is pleased to present the web version of the new release list that White Wolf is handing out at Gen Con Indy 2011. Several members of the White Wolf crew are on-site at Gen Con talking to fans about new and classic World of Darkness games. This is a look ahead at what new products are on the way and some news about the ongoing Now in Print program at DriveThruRPG.com.

Sep. 2011: (VtM) Vampire: The Masquerade – 20th Anniversary Edition

Vampire: The Masquerade exploded into hobby games in 1991 and inspired a generation of fans which the game industry had never seen before or since. This book is for all of the White Wolf fans who have lived, loved, and taken the long road with us for the past two decades.

This is Masquerade in all its glory.

An updating of the classic rules from Vampire: The Masquerade – Revised Edition. This book contains all thirteen original clans, clan variants and bloodlines, with their signature Disciplines. It also has rules for character creation and advancement from neonate to Methuselah, as well as all the Discipline powers from level one through nine. The book also features new full color art by Tim Bradstreet and other classic Masquerade artists.

Oct. 2011: (VtM) Dust to Dust

Gary, IN. It has been years since the War for Chicago, and nearby Gary, Indiana has been impacted by the changes. Things are heating up just as a new coterie comes onto the scene. How will the balance of power shift in the coming nights?

This is a brand-new Storytelling Adventure System story written by White Wolf specifically for the Wrecking Crew’s use at the Grand Masquerade, using Vampire 20th Anniversary rules. It will later be released as a PDF for sale through DriveThruRPG.com.

Nov. 2011: (VtR) Strange, Dead Love

Away from the eyes of mortals, vampires gather, nursing eternal grudges and burning for eternal love. A select few humans become part of this night world, bridges between the living and the damned. Can they resist the passion they have for each other, or must they defy the customs of living and dead alike?

Strange, Dead Love is our first collection of “world shards” for Vampire: The Requiem, different mixes of setting and rules to present a variety of Vampire worlds conducive to paranormal romance.

Dec. 2011: (MtAw) Imperial Mysteries

Archmasters pass a threshold in knowledge and power – the great secrets are just this far from their grasp. But mages exposed to greater secrets know that the quest and its goal are one.

Think of observation changing the object in pop culture quantum physics. The way you investigate secrets changes those secrets, and at the apex of power, changing those secrets changes the universe – and might break it.

Imperial Mysteries is a Mage: The Awakening book that digs into what happens to mages who transcend to the highest level of mystical power, including mechanics for Arcana at 6 dots or more.

Jan./Apr./Jul./Oct. 2012: (nWoD) House Divided Series

House Divided is a four-part series of interlinked Storytelling Adventure System stories released every quarter. Each story is suitable for all of the World of Darkness gamelines. Each story will be designed to be complete in and of itself, but the larger story is revealed if you play them all.

Feb. 2012: (Ex) Masters of Jade

Many hate and revile them, yet none turn away from their visits. They are members of the Guild, a mercantile organization whose caravans and trading ships cross the face of Creation. They care not for the will of princes or Exalts, but only for profit. Some despise it, while others idolize it, but in truth, the Guild cares not if it is loved or hated, so long as those who do business with it pay their bills in full.

Masters of Jade details the Guild, the greatest of the world of Exalted’s merchant organizations. It will update the classic Manacle & Coin supplement to Second Edition, including new details of the Guild’s structure and methods – and of its abominable trade in addictive drugs and slaves.

Feb. 2012: (WtA/WtF) Werewolf Translation Guide

Similar to the Vampire Translation Guide (a Platinum seller on DriveThruRPG.com), the Werewolf Translation Guide will be a guide to help translate the feel and core elements of Werewolf: The Apocalypse and Werewolf: The Forsaken into the opposite game system and background.

Mar. 2012: (CtL) Victorian Lost

The foggy streets muffle the rattle of cab wheels and the measured clip-clop of horse hooves. Well-dressed gentlemen in top hats raise their lanterns high as they quickly make their way through the fog, practically dragging along women in elaborate dresses. This is London at the end of the nineteenth century, and even in this age of science and industry, people still believe in faeries.

They believe in you.

Victorian Lost offers advice and material for running Changeling: The Lost chronicles set in Victorian England. Akin to the previous books like New Wave Requiem and Mage Noir, Victorian Lost will focus less on the historical details of the late 19th century and more on evoking the Victorian Age through the eyes of the Lost.

May 2012: (VtR) Secrets of the Covenants

Secrets of the Covenants is a Vampire: The Requiem sourcebook presenting some of the intertwined politics between the vampiric covenants. Presented in a similar style to our critically-acclaimed Requiem Clanbook series, this book will showcase the shadowy conflicts between factions through interconnected narratives, as well
as providing new rules to enhance covenant play.

Jun. 2012: (Ex) Shards of the Exalted Dream

Ever wanted to play a space opera game with an Exalted flair? Or a modern game with massive swords and crazy martial art stunts? Shards of the Exalted Dream offer a variety of settings and genres for use with the Exalted system, much like the “shards” first presented in World of Darkness: Mirrors.

Aug. 2012: (Mt?) Mummy: the

Our latest game line for the World of Darkness, Mummy will be developed using an open process in which the community can see the progress of the game and contribute, and released as a virtual box set.

Sep. 2012: (WtA) Werewolf: The Apocalypse SAS

Continuing the tradition from The Grand Masquerade 2011, the Werewolf 20th Anniversary SAS will be a new Storytelling Adventure System story written by White Wolf specifically for the Wrecking Crew’s use at the Grand Masquerade, and later released as a PDF for sale through DriveThruRPG.com.

Sep. 2012: (Mt?) Mummy Supplement #1

The first supplement for the new Mummy game set in the World of Darkness.

    Nov. 2012: (Ex) Scroll of the Monk, Vol. II: Scattered Lotus Petals

    An update and expansion of the Scroll of the Monk, providing new martial arts for Exalted characters.

      Dec. 2012: (MtA/MtAw) Mage Translation Guide

      Completing the trilogy started with the Vampire Translation Guide and the Werewolf Translation Guide, the Mage Translation Guide will offer advice on how to translate the feel and core elements of Mage: The Ascension and Mage: The Awakening into the opposite game system and background.

      Dec. 2012: (Mt?) Mummy Supplement #2

      The second supplement for the new Mummy game set in the World of Darkness.

        Now in Print

          White Wolf, working in partnership with DriveThruRPG, is now offering Print versions of both our newest PDF products and our vast library of previously published books. The following listings are just the tip of the iceberg and we’re working feverishly around the clock to make every single WW book available in this format.

          Vampire Translation Guide (between Vampire: The Requiem and Vampire: The Masquerade)
          Vampire: The Requiem (New Wave Requiem)
          World of Darkness (Second Sight, Harvesters Compilation, Nightmare on Hill Manor)
          Changeling: The Lost (Fear-Maker’s Promise Compendium)
          Hunter: The Vigil (Block by Bloody Block)
          New Mind’s Eye Theatre (The Awakening)
          Exalted (Glories of the Most High, Thousand Correct Actions)
          Scion (Yazata: The Persian Gods)
          Vampire: The Masquerade (All 13 Revised clanbooks, Guide to the Sabbat, Succubus Club: Dead Man’s Party, Vampire Players Guide Revised, Vampire Storytellers Handbook Revised, Gehenna)
          Classic Mind’s Eye Theatre (Faith and Fire, Laws of the Hunt, Laws of the Night Revised, Laws of the Reckoning, Laws of the Wild Revised, and many more)
          Fiction (Revelations of the Dark Mother, Gehenna – The Final Night: Time of Judgment Act 1)

          Coming Soon in Print

            Vampire: The Requiem (Requiem for Rome)
            Werewolf: The Forsaken (Forsaken Chronicler’s Guide, The Pure)
            Mage: The Awakening (Mage Noir)
            Geist: the Sin-Eaters (Rulebook)
            New Mind’s Eye Theatre (World of Darkness, The Reqiuem)
            Exalted (Broken Winged Crane, Compass of Celestial Directions, Vol. VI – Autochthonia)
            Classic World of Darkness rulebooks (Werewolf: The Apocalypse Revised, Mage: The Ascension Revised, Changeling: The Dreaming Second Edition, Dark Ages: Vampire,
            Mummy: The Resurrection, Orpheus)
            Vampire: The Masquerade (Book of Nod)
            Werewolf: The Apocalypse (Hengeyokai: Way of the Beast Courts)
            Classic Mind’s Eye Theatre (Book of the Wyrm, Dark Epics, Laws of Ascension Companion, Laws of Judgment, Laws of the East, Laws of the Hunt Players Guide, Laws of the Resurrection, Laws of the Wyld West, Shining Host, Shining Host Players Guide)

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              21 Responses to “White Wolf 2011-2012 New Release Schedule!”

              1. Etherwind says:

                I have the strange feeling that the Imperial Mysteries book is going to be utterly terrible, and contradict both the wider setting assumptions and a large part of what makes Archmastery cool.

                By the way, Tome of the Mysteries should be a priority to get in print, as it’s basically required reading if you want to run Mage: the Awakening.

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              2. Willpell says:

                Very exciting news! I’m a happy camper.

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              3. pdboddy says:

                That looks like an awesome lineup of new WW stuff!

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              4. Eric Crabtree says:

                Absolutely excited. Secret of the Covenants and Imperial Mysteries are definite pick ups for me as well as Mummy. I’m going to be gnawing my nails just waiting for the teasers. W20 is like a class reunion for me. I’ve been with WW since 92. WtA has been one of my favorite games since forever. Love what I’m seeing.

                Questions.
                1.) any idea when Testaments of Longinus will be PoD?
                2.) Same question with Tomes of Mysteries. Gave my copy to a friend and can’t find a copy that isn’t trying to steal my wallet.

                Thanx for the awesome work. :D

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                Matt-M-McElroy

                Matt-M-McElroy Reply:

                Eric

                ToL debuted at GenCon last week in print and should be hitting store shelves soon. It will also be up on DTRPG in print within a week or two.

                We’re sorting out the nWoD out-of-print titles and getting them added to the production list. As you can see above, some of them like Second Sight are already in print on DTRPG.

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              5. Francois Courroux says:

                Any idea if the Print of demand version of Requiem for Rome include the errata?
                It would be very useful.

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              6. Amy says:

                Victorian Changeling. I’ve already forwarded this to my GM in hopes he’ll desperately want to run something set here. :)

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                Francois Courroux Reply:

                Yes Victorian period is the top. I would like much to see a Victorian Vampire and Victorian Mage too.

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