So, I am getting ready to release the final version of this book, and I have been scouring my library (and the internet) for more Clans/Bloodlines.
For those who do not know what I am talking about, here is the back-cover of v2 which should explain the project:
"Plus ça Change, Plus C'est La Même Chose."
A French saying per Merriam-Webster that roughly translates to "The more that changes, the more it's the same". Over the years, we have seen many changes to our beloved Vampire: The Masquerade game. Some of the changes have been well received by fans of the game, and sadly, some of them have not.
Along the way, a few clans and bloodlines either have vanished, or they were expanded into an entirely new setting. This book is a humble attempt to preserve some of the "forgotten" clans and bloodlines, and to compile them into a single volume.
In this netbook you will find:
• Rules for fourteen clans/bloodlines.
• Rules for their unique Disciplines.
• Rules for their unique Thaumaturgy.
• Typos and grammatical errors. - This is another netbook by MTS, after all.
Here is what is going into the book bloodline/clanwise thus far (sources included):
Part One: Bloodlines and Clans
• Aabbt: Berlin by Night
• Angellis Ater: Encyclopædia Vampirica, Libellus Sanguinis I – Masters of State, Gehenna, Road of Sin, & Mind’s Eye Theatre – Vampire: The Masquerade.
• Azaneali: Encyclopædia Vampirica, Clanbook: Baali, & Road of Sin.
• Bushi: Dark Alliance: Vancouver
• Daitya: Sunset Empires, Clanbook: Followers of Set (Revised Edition), & Blood Sacrifice – The Thaumaturgy Companion.
• Disciples of Anubis: Mummy the Resurrection – Player’s Guide, & Cairo by Night.
• Gaki: World of Darkness (First Edition).
• Gangrel aquarii: Libellus Sanguinis III - Wolves at the Door, Clanbook: Gangrel (Revised), & Blood Dimmed Tides.
• Greek Gangrel: Clanbook: Gangrel (Revised), & Libellus Sanguinis III - Wolves at the Door.
• Hajj: World of Darkness (2nd Edition), Player’s Guide to the Low Clans, & Cairo by Night.
• Laibon: Encyclopædia Vampirica, Dark Ages Companion, Veil of Night, Player’s Guide to the Low Clans, Clanbook: Gangrel (Revised), World of Darkness (2nd Edition), & Dark Ages Storyteller’s Companion.
• Luo: World of Darkness (2nd Edition).
• Mnemosyne: Encyclopædia Vampirica, The Book of Nod, & Chaining the Beast.
• Moirai: Clanbook: Malkavian (Revised), & Vampire: The Requiem corebook.
• Niktuku: Encyclopædia Vampirica, Clanbook: Nosfaratu, Clanbook: Nosfaratu (Revised), & Nights of Prophecy
• Phuri Dae: Encyclopædia Vampirica, Libellus Sanguinis IV - Thieves in the Night, Clanbook: Ravnos, & Clanbook: Ravnos (Revised Edition).
• Premascine: Clanbook: Giovanni, Clanbook: Giovanni (Revised Edition), & Mind’s Eye Theatre – Vampire: The Masquerade.
• Sons of Discord: Mind’s Eye Thearte – Vampire: The Masquerade, Vampire Storyteller’s Companion, & The Vampire Player’s Guide.*
• Taifa: Libellus Sanguinis III - Wolves at the Door, Iberia by Night, Veil of Night, & Player’s Guide to the Low Clans.
• Telyavelic Tremere: Libellus Sanguins II - Keepers of the Word, & Player’s Guide to the Low Clans.
• The Grail Knights: The Ashen Knight
• Tlacique: Clanbook: Followers of Set (Revised Edition), Blood Sacrifice: The Thaumaturgy Companion, & Mind’s Eye Theatre – Vampire: The Masquerade.
• Wu Zao: Wind from the East
Part Two: Kindred of the Ebony Kingdom (all taken from KotEK)
• Followers of Set
• Mla Watu
• Nkulu Zao
• Xi Dundu
• Abominations: Under a Blood Red Moon, Hengeyokai: Shapeshifters of the East, The Storyteller’s Handbook (Revised Edition), & The Werewolf Player’s Guide (2nd Edition).
• Loose Ends: (bloodlines that only appear in name): Oucasts – A Player’s Guide to Pariahs (Gaki, Vhrujunka, Pasdoranitas, & Zhulukall), Dark Ages Companion (Strigmaga), Mask of the Red Death – Unknown Allies (Children of the Deadful Night).
*Note on Sons of Discord - the other sources are listed briefly, only to show other mentions of males in the bloodline.
I should mention the KotEK Legacies are being presented as Bloodlines and the mechanics switched to standard VtM.
So, if anyone knows any bloodlines/clans I missed, or a source for one of the above I listed (and missed) I will be grateful, and you will get a mention in the special thanks section of the credits.