Vampire The Masquerade Review: Swansong

Big Bad Wolf defines its game as a “narrative RPG”: let’s take the time to explain what it is. Vampire The Masquerade – Swansong offers players the opportunity to embody three characters, all three members of the Boston Camarilla: Galeb, Emem and Leysha. In this universe, the Camarilla is an organization bringing together vampires and … Read more

Vampire The Masquerade Swansong: a thriller between intrigue and dungeon sects

The figure of the vampire continues to remain an unequivocal fascination, regardless of the passage of time and the more or less rapid alternation of fashions. After all, the bloodsucker is a myth capable of transcending cultures and touching even very different declinations, which has now inexorably become an integral part of pop culture. In … Read more

Vampires The Masquerade 1: Winter’s Bite

WeldPress takes me back twenty-five years, when full of enthusiasm and perverse fantasies, I sat down at the table to satisfy the bloodlust of my character, a violent and dangerous follower of Seth. In Italy among RPG enthusiasts, Vampire: The Masquerade (winner of the 1992 Origins Award for the Best RPG Rulebook of 1991) was … Read more

Vampire The Masquerade Swansong: a thriller between intrigue and secret sects

The figure of the vampire continues to remain an unequivocal fascination, regardless of the passage of time and the more or less tight alternation of fashions. After all, that of the bloodsucker is a myth capable of transcending cultures and touching even very different declinations, which has now inexorably become an integral part of pop … Read more

Vampire: The Masquerade – Sabbat: The Black Hand review

VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE SABBATH – THE BLACK HAND Kind : Additional context Size: Book of 136 color pages, cardboard cover Authors: J. Achilli, AA. Alexander, K. Khelil, K. Muammar publisher: Arkhane Asylum Cover illustration: Mr. Kelly Interior illustrations: T. Arfet, E. Emka, M. Kelly, M. Simonetti French version: Yes CPAP: 40 euros DESCRIPTION “No sect … Read more