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  • Don't forget the ongoing Winter's Teeth comic book from Vault. Also, the is a collection of short fiction called Walk Among Us coming out May 4. I think they were originally in audio, but I don't have the information nearby to give the details.
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  • Toby Weingarten
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    I think the original intent was to have Alamut in Turkey. Not sure where I read that. However, I think I read in one of the V5 books that it is definitely in Afghanistan. I am not sure about the change, as the new location would theoretically put it outside of the Middle East.
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  • Another possibility is that the entirety of the Otherworlds were once all just one Reality Zone, split apart into its various components for some unknown reason and forces. Many of the rules from the original survive in the separate regions, as they were once the same. Over time, some of the rules in some parts changed, others did not. In fact, who is to say that physical reality is even the center of everything. It could just be another level, and something else is the true center, such as Midgard/Alder Bore/etc. It is possible that there is way to connect every part of the WOD's Otherworlds...
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  • Okay, this is going to get complicated. I've been working on a three axial model of the Otherworlds, where each section has five different levels with increasing restraints on how and who can enter. In this model, each section has its own "penumbra" lowest level. The Middle Umbra's lowest level, the Penumbra, can be entered by any being with a "living spark." The dead can "borrow" life energy to do so. (I'm also working on Tempered Arcanoi for Wraiths to travel the Umbra.). The High Umbra's lowest level, which I'm calling the Astral Plane/Twilight World, Is open...
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  • Wait. Didn't the original printing of the V5 core rulebook cost over $60? And my copy sure doesn't come with a satin ribbon bookmark. It's also twice the page count of the other two supplements, yet it costs only $5 more? The first printings of the supplements were about $50 though. Something about this article needs fact checking, because the price points don't make much sense. Yes, you would want the main book to be more accessible, but how many would want to buy a supplement for only $5 less, but with half the page count?
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