Watch Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood trailer

Today during PDXCON 2019, Cyanide showed off a proper reveal trailer for their upcoming game, Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood

Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood focuses on, surprise, werewolves over vampires, but has similar themes of trying to hide the beast within as you navigate the human world. We know very little about the game as of now, but we got a teaser that you can see below that confirms that, surprise, werewolves are going to be in the game. More details and, probably, a bigger reveal will be set at PDXCon, a convention ran by publisher Paradox Interactive.

Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood doesn’t have a date nor any specified platform as of now.

V:TES New promo card: Jacques Rouge, Nosferatu Baron of Versailles

Black Chantry Productions has produced a special promo card for the European Championship in Paris. Jacques Rouge will be awarded to all tournament participants. The card, with fantastic artwork by Carmen Cornet, will also be included in a later Vampire: The Eternal Struggle product.

This year marks the 25th anniversary of The Vampire: The Eternal Struggle and so will be the celebration

This summer Black Chantry Productions are releasing a 25th Anniversary product for Vampire: The Eternal Struggle. It contains:
– a 100 card preconstructed deck, one of the games most classic deck archetypes, 
– an extra 18 iconic cards, reprints from all eras of the game’s history, 
– two copies of a powerful vampire new for this set, 
– a sturdy, beautiful box that fits 100 sleeved cards.

Like the previous 2019 preconstructed decks, this product holds many sought-after reprints, making it attractive for existing players. It is also suitable for new players who want to start with a powerful but not overly complicated deck.

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Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines 2 trailer

Written by Brian Mitsoda, the creative mind behind the original, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 brings the ambitions of the first to life and sees the return of a few fan favorite characters. Those narrative ambitions are bolstered by Cara Ellison, exploring the effects of the mass embrace on regular Seattleites.

In Bloodlines 2, players will inhabit a fledgling vampire and deal with the various vampire clans and political factions who are fighting for control of the city, while engaging in stealth and first-person combat using a number of vampire powers. Brian Mitsoda, designer and writer of the original Bloodlines, is on board again as Bloodlines 2’s lead narrative designer.

Vampire: The Masquerade—Bloodlines 2 won’t be released until 2020

Werewolf: The Apocalypse coming to the Storytellers Vault Content in June 2018

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White Wolf Entertainment announced today that the popular World of Darkness Werewolf: The Apocalypse setting will be joining Vampire: The Masquerade on the Storytellers Vault for community created content. Since its inception in the summer of 2017, aspiring writers, artists, and game designers have published over two hundred non-canonical table top RPG supplements, Mind’s Eye Theatre larp supplements and fiction stories worldwide for Vampire: The Masquerade in the language of their choosing, and making half of the revenue as their royalty. As with Vampire: The Masquerade before it, White Wolf will assist content creators in making the best Werewolf possible products by offering a considerable variety of graphical layout tools including pre-made design templates, and art-packs to choose from. Additionally, in an effort to speed up the availability process for game lines to become available for content creation, all the Werewolf specific historical settings (Dark Ages & Wild West) and Minds Eye Theatre will be made available during the first month of release.

Werewolf: The Apocalypse for the Storytellers Vault features:

• Self-publish service for table top RPG, Mind’s Eye Theatre larp material & fiction set using any Werewolf: The Apocalypse edition.
• Content creators themselves set the price for the material they publish and receive 50% of the revenue
• Access to templates and art packs produced helps content creators make their work look as professional as the official products from any set era including Werewolf: The Wild West and Dark Ages.
• Publishing in any language supporting the vast global World of Darkness community
• Additional content supporting other game lines and brands in the White Wolf catalogue will be progressively unlocked throughout the remainder of 2018.

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Vampire: The Eternal Struggle returns to print

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Black Chantry Productions brings classic Vampire: The Masquerade-themed card game back to unlife

NOTTINGHAM – April 24, 2018

“We are really excited to do this, together with White Wolf Entertainment. Players all over the world have hungered for new cards for eight long years, and we are proud to serve. And of course, we aim to attract many new players too”, says Hugh Angseesing, CEO of Black Chantry Productions.

Vampire: The Eternal Struggle has been called the best multiplayer collectible card game ever published. It is loved for its blend of strategy and social interaction, set in the classic urban horror game setting World of Darkness, home of the role-playing game Vampire: The Masquerade.

Vampire: The Eternal Struggle has a vibrant player base all over the world, with both casual gamers around kitchen tables and those who travel to face the best competition. Hundreds of tournaments are played each year, including continental championships and a Grand Prix circuit in Europe.

Black Chantry Productions hope to both rekindle old players and attract new blood. The company is composed of five veteran Vampire: The Eternal Struggle players from five different countries and with various competences – ranging from art and finance to software design and marketing. All five have been active in the player community for many years, organising tournaments and promoting the game during its commercial absence.

“We are very passionate about this game, and we want to do everything right. White Wolf has trusted us with the license for this precious gem, a true masterpiece in the history of strategy games, and we have every intention to care for it”, says Hugh Angseesing.

Vampire: The Eternal Struggle will be developed in concert with White Wolf Entertainment’s plans for the World of Darkness setting, and as an integrated part of their transmedia experience – all sorts of games and fiction set in the same shared world.

“Vampire: The Eternal Struggle has always been a one-of-a-kind. It is a game that defies established genres and has held its own for decades, a testament to its genius and original design. We at White Wolf are proud to be a part of the revival of what can truly be considered a classic”, says Karim Muammar, Creative Development, White Wolf Entertainment.

Products soon to be available!

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The first new Vampire: The Eternal Struggle products will be available shortly:

– Lost Kindred expansion bundle
– Keepers of Tradition reprint bundle 1
– Keepers of Tradition reprint bundle 2
– Heirs to the Blood reprint bundle 1
– Heirs to the Blood reprint bundle 2

Stay tuned for further announcements!

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The history of Vampire: The Eternal Struggle

1994: Vampire: The Eternal Struggle is first published under the name Jyhad. It is the second collectible card game created by Richard Garfield, inventor of Magic: The Gathering, later also known for Netrunner, Robo Rally, King of Tokyo and many other games.

1995: The name is changed to Vampire: The Eternal Struggle.

1995-1997: Three expansion sets are released – Dark Sovereigns, Ancient Hearts and The Sabbat.

1997: The official player organization Vampire: Elder Kindred Network (V:EKN) is formed.

1999: The first continental championships in North America and Europe.

2000: White Wolf Publishing acquires control of Vampire: The Eternal Struggle.

2000–2010: Another 18 expansion sets are released, including Camarilla Edition (“second edition” 2002) and the Sabbat-themed Third Edition (2006).

2010: Vampire: The Eternal Struggle and all other World of Darkness games are discontinued by White Wolf Publishing.

2011–2017: V: EKN continues to promote the game, creating four official print expansion sets.

2015: Paradox Interactive acquires White Wolf Publishing, forming White Wolf Entertainment and relaunching World of Darkness.

2017: Limited edition expansion Anthology is published for the event World of Darkness Berlin.

2018: Black Chantry Productions is formed and obtains the license to put Vampire: The Eternal Struggle back in print.

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