Dragons’ daughters. Rock-star gods. A loophole-finding lawyer with a literal Faerie Godfather. Twenty-five tales of music, magic, and various forms of mayhem from Satyros Phil Brucato (Mage, Powerchords, Deliria, Werewolf). In this collection of fantasy and horror, you’ll find ravenous rock bands, decadent courtiers, wintry fiddlers, and eerie flowers that sing... [click here for more]
Even The Book of Nod speaks of her but little. She is Lilith, the Dark Queen, the Harlot of the Damned. It was she, some whisper, who taught Caine his shadowed gifts. And it is she, the legends continue, who will rise to herald the Final Nights, the great Gehenna.Come, childer, and hear the Dark Mothers tale.
Embraces Her Children for the Final Nights
A Book of Nod-style tome of vampire myths... [click here for more]
Tales from the First Days
When the first Garou howled the tales of their bravery into the night skies, it was begun. It was carefully preserved by the wisest Galliards throughout time, who added the stories of the greatest Garou. It has grown into more than a book, but into a collection of epics that preserves the history of the Garou Nation itself. It is the Silver Record.
Tales of the Last Heroes
Two... [click here for more]
For over 20 years, the artists of Mage: The Ascension have conjured spirits and constructed hypertech that can transform reality on a whim.
Within this retrospective, those artists and images depict the ever-changing face of magick. From the debut edition to the twenty-first century, this book explores the people behind the pictures, the process of putting such books together, the story behind... [click here for more]