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Thanks for visiting our Werewolf: the Apocalypse 20th Anniversary Edition campaign. Our game is based in and on the Rage Across New York setting. We’ve put in a lot of effort fleshing out things so do come on in and look around.

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Nolan’s Prelude, Part 4

Site Updates

8/31/2013 Intro movie added, frontpage slightly redesigned to make it easier to get to important Adventure Log updates
8/19/2013 Campaign status is no longer “In Planning” and now “Currently Playing”
4/24/2013 Redid the character listing page to use Kallak’s block listing style
4/16/2013 Added a New York Times template to create in-game frontpages
3/5/2013 Werewolf: the Apocalypse 20th Anniversary Edition PDF in our grubby little paws. We loves it precioussssss…
2/14/2011 I started this site in the middle of the night.
The Wyrm awakens.

In the deep places,
in the wind-blasted wastes,
in the seas of debris and rivers of poison
its twisted minions hiss and roar.

Already the war has begun.

The werewolf tribes,
once Gaia’s only means of defense
against the Wyrm’s servants,
break apart like old bones.

In the cities
and the forests
and the sacred places…

Beware O my children,
for the Wyrm comes for you…
The Weaver is mad.

In the urban blights,
in the chemical choked cities,
in the Pattern Web and upon its invisible strands
its calcified drones buzz and thrum.

The unfought war is nearly lost.

The werewolf tribes,
once Gaia’s vigilant guardians
against the Weaver’s plots,
shatter like brittle glass.

In the cities
and the forests
and the sacred places…

Beware O my children,
for the Weaver outmaneuvers you…
The Wild is dying.

In the high mountains,
in the rain drenched jungles,
in the vast deserts and across the tundras
its fading spirits watch and ready.

In every war there are casualties.

The werewolf tribes,
once Gaia’s shining examples
of the Wyld’s abundance,
dim like cooling embers.

In the cities
and the forests
and the sacred places…

Beware O my children,
with the Wyld dies your spirit…

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