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    Any demand for updated SAS games? I really liked the 1st edition ones and Id definitely buy new ones for the second edition.

  • #2
    The pre-packaged campaigns? I'd like some more of those for sure


    A god is just a monster you kneel to. - ArcaneArts, Quoting "Fall of Gods"

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    • #3
      I'm hoping some people will write up their chronicles on the Vault either as SASs, chronicles, or settings.


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      • #4
        I'd definitely be down for chronicles/settings. I'm not sure if I'd be into an SAS for vtr, just because I feel like I've got a handle on the setting. But if I were to run a game of Werewolf or Mage, I think I would definitely appreciate the extra structure of an SAS.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Second Chances View Post
          I'm hoping some people will write up their chronicles on the Vault either as SASs, chronicles, or settings.
          Yes! People should do that more often.

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          • #6
            I want more of them as well.



            Frequent Story Teller for the Circle of Five gaming group.

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            • #7
              So here's a question: what do people enjoy more, SASs or Night Horror-style books? I've got a mini-adventure that could be written up as either.

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              • #8
                Night Horrors, but I like SAS's if they good or short. The SAS line had a mix with Night Horrors, with a Night with Jack, featuring one antagonist and a scenario to throw him into your game, which probably was a good way to mix the two.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by nofather View Post
                  Night Horrors, but I like SAS's if they good or short. The SAS line had a mix with Night Horrors, with a Night with Jack, featuring one antagonist and a scenario to throw him into your game, which probably was a good way to mix the two.
                  Agreed, that could be very useful.


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                  • #10
                    What's a SAS?

                    I'm running a pretty long and in-depth political vampire game which story spans from 1888 to 1918, starting with a murder mystery in Whitechapel, London, where the players had to look into the Jack the Ripper murders, discovering that Jack the Ripper was in actuality a vengeful woman possessed by a sadistic Strix known as Anna Red (yes, the one from the core VtR 2e book).
                    The story then takes a look at London's All Night Society and the political situation of the Kindred. The Ordo Dracul seized control, the Invictus acts as London's Kindred police force, they enforce the Ordo Dracul's rule, while secretly plotting to overthrow the Voivode. The Carthians are planning a revolution, but they're plagued by an internal divide, with the Lockean liberal elders on one side, and the Marxist socialist neonates on the other side. The Lancea et Sanctum, once the mightiest covenant in London, is now but a shadow of its former self. The Bishop calls for a reform, but his peers call his modern ideas heretical at best. The Circle of the Crone is a small and tight-knight sisterhood and mostly a-political. They prefer it that way.
                    The political tensions rise to an all-time high, and the fact that a doomsday cult known as Belial's Brood is infiltrating every convenant certainly doesn't help to ease the tension.
                    The story will eventually enter the year 1897, when Bram Stoker's Dracula was published. It just so happens that a mysterious vampire matching Stoker's description of Dracula is stalking the streets of London. A coincidence, or is this someone's scheme at work? Did Dracula himself inspire Stoker to write this novel, or one of his rivals? Could this be the work of the Strix?
                    Finally, we move through World War 1 (or the Great War as it was known back then) and arrive at 1918, when the Spanish Influenza wrecked half of the world. London was hit particularly hard, and it shook the All Night Society to its core. A strange bloodline known as the Morbus is popping up left and right, plague carriers, they are blamed for the Influenza outbreak. But are they really to blame? Some say this is merely a repeat of what happened to Transylvania. When Transylvania was wrecked by the bubonic plague in 1734, it was said that every city struck by the plague reported sightings of the Strix. Is London doomed to suffer the same fate?

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                    If this sounds interesting to you, I'll see if I can turn this into a full-fledged chronicle book for the Storyteller's Vault. However, the game is still going, so I won't publish said hypothetical book until this on-going game is finished.

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                    • #11
                      cool implementation of Anna Red Ventrue Life

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Ventrue Life View Post
                        What's a SAS?

                        The Storytelling Adventure System, basically pre-made adventures. IIRC they put out a template fans could use to make their own, in addition to making originals. It just didn't take off at the time.

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