Dark Tyrants: A Vampire: The Dark Ages Anthology
Robert Hatch, Justin Achille
White Wolf Publishing, Incorporated, 1997 - Fiction - 254 pages
"Dark, Dark, Darkness... . Walk through the benighted lands of medieval Europe in this anthology of stories based on White Wolf's Vampire: The Dark Ages "RM" . Journey with vampires as they play their deadly games of politics, war and blood. Watch as dynasties rise, religions fall and castles crumble at the poison touch of the undead. Tyrants, Ages, World of Darkness "RM" . This anthology contains stories by many authors well-traveled in the World of Darkness, such as Richard Dansky (Vampire: The Dark Ages game developer), Don Bassingthwaite (As One Dead "TM" ), Richard Lee Byers (Dark Kingdoms "TM" ), Kevin Andrew Murphy (More Essential World of Darkness "TM" contributor), and many more, including John Steele, co-editor of the Vampire Clan Novel series".
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