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  • Best 1E Supplements for Forsaken 2E?

    So I recently picked up Werewolf: the Forsaken 2E and I'm still getting a handle on it and its differences from 1E. Which 1E supplements would you say are the most useful still in 2E? I already own Blood of the Wolf and Predators.

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    The Pure is a solid book.


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    • #3
      Originally posted by Second Chances View Post
      The Pure is a solid book.

      Yep. Best book. The pure tribes are depicted better than the forsaken in tribes of the moon.


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      • #4
        Night Horrors: Wolfsbane & Predators have fantastic options and compelling characters. Book of Spirits isn't, technically, a Werewolf supplement, but it's a book dedicated to the Shadow and the spirits that live there and just for that it's valuable.


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        • #5
          Tribes and signs of the moon are solid books. Uh bits and pieces of blasphemes may still be relevant, but we have a new book coming so maybe hold out for that one, same with the pure.


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          • #6
            I mean.

            Blood of the Wolf, Signs of the Moon, Tribes of the Moon, Predators, The Pure, Forsaken's Chroniclers Guide....

            is there any 1E supplement that isn't still good for 2E?


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            • #7
              Lodges are drastically different across editions, making the Lodgebooks limited except for mining for backgrounds and spirits.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by nofather View Post
                Lodges are drastically different across editions, making the Lodgebooks limited except for mining for backgrounds and spirits.
                Still fairly decent grounds for reimaginings and reconstructions.


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