Vampire: The Masquerade gets a Player’s Guide and Rivals sees Justice & Mercy
The Vampire: The Masquerade 5th Edition Roleplaying Game Players Guide consolidates 7 clans of Kindred not included in the core Vampire: The Masquerade rulebook: Banu Haqim, Hecata, Lasombra, The Ministry, Ravnos, Salubri, and Tzimisce with their iconic Discipline powers including Oblivion and its Ceremonies! This book is the perfect companion to the Core Rulebook for any player!
- Collects previously published Discipline Powers, Blood Sorcery Rituals, and Thin-Blood Alchemy Formulae, plus includes over 40 new additions.
- Contains new systems and advantages for coteries, including clan coterie merits for each of the 13 great clans plus Caitiff, Duskborn, and Salubri
- Includes guidelines and advice for non-traditional chronicles, including Thin-blood, troupe-style, virtual play, and play without a Storyteller!
The Vampire: The Masquerade 5th Edition Roleplaying Game Players Guide will retail for $50 and is expected to be released in June 2023.
The Banu Haqim are judges and lawbringers with both martial and sorcerous tools at their disposal. The Salubri are a clan on the run, simply trying to survive – alone if necessary. Rarest of all the clans, their mending abilities are second to none. You may play these two clans head-to-head or integrate them with your other clans to create new strategies with Vampire: The Masquerade Rivals Justice & Mercy!
The Salubri are rare, so rare in fact that you may only have one in play at a time! Don’t worry though, they come with a slew of tools to make a single-vampire coterie viable!
The Banu Haqim are a clan steeped in tradition, with a strong sense of justice. They aren’t afraid to punish Vampires that transgress, even through unauthorized diablerie if necessary! Check out our first look at some of the expansion’s cards on YouTube, and look forward to more previews soon!