WHAT IS THE BLUE NILE? An image of rare beauty and terror, fashioned of the unbound portion of an angry, deathless soul. A very special child who violates the natural laws of the living and the dead alike. An ancient sculpture that opens pathways of glory to anyone who dares possess it. An instrument of profound sound... [click here for more]
Deals with the Dead
Death is no longer absolute - the men and women of Orpheus can see past the veil into the underworld. Their numbers include mediums, spirit-talkers and even actual ghosts. For a price, they'll cross the veil for you, to resolve lost causes or quiet restless spirits. But be careful, for the dead aren't to be trifled with, and in the end your payment may come in blood.
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Taking Back the Night
Unknown to most humans, the world is largely ruled and directed by supernatural forces they do not even suspect. Werewolves once herded humans as humans now domesticate animals. Vampires still refer to humans as their herd, and there are mages who, though mortal themselves, consider most others to be "mundane" for their lack of... [click here for more]
Casualties of War
The Garou, the bestial werewolves who fight to save the natural world have their backs to the wall. In Tribe Novel: Children of Gaia, the storyteller Cries Havoc, robbed of his memories by the Wyrm, fights to become whole again. In Tribe Novel: Uktena, another songkeeper named Amy Hundred-Voices comes face to face with Lord Arkady the Silver Fangs accused... [click here for more]