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World of Darkness: Glimpses of the Unknown

Posted on July 20, 2011 by Flames

The world is a dark and dangerous place.

It is filled with enigmas that do not fit neatly into boxes built by scientists or occultists. That doesn’t stop us from trying to find an explanation for everything. It is human nature to compartmentalize, to label and identify the things that frighten them – a thing named is a thing neutered. But some things refuse to be categorized neatly.

Some mysteries evade explanation. Some monsters reject the classifications we attempt to brand them with. These are the seeds of fear and wonder, the exceptions whose only proven rule is that there are no rules that cannot be broken. These are the unexpected plots, the stories which pull player and character alike into situations where their wits, skills and strengths will be challenged.

These are glimpses into the true potential of the World of Darkness.

This book includes:

• Story seeds and plotline ideas for every World of Darkness line (including Vampire, Werewolf, Mage, Promethean, Changeling, Hunter, and Geist).

• New rules, Merits, powers, and setting material.

• Additional story ideas for the custom Worlds of Darkness presented in Innocents and Mirrors.

Glimpses of the Unknown is available now at the Flames Rising RPGNow Shop.

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