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  • Book of the Grave-War made its first appearance all the way back in Bloody Hearts: Diablerie Britain (1993). There's more information on it there, though the Jyhard's Diary writers clearly expanded on its concept....
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  • Mind's Eye Theater Society published information on the Sabbat's prior Regents. None of it is canon, but since White Wolf hasn't said anything about those Regents, it's good enough for me.

    Markel de Vasquez was the sect's first Regent and a 5th-generation Lasombra who oversaw the Sabbat for about a hundred years. He retired to "attend to his studies." I figure he was an Abyss mystic and diablerist who lowered his generation during the Anarch Revolt. Given what a prominent role he took in the early Sabbat, I also figure he had some big achievements to his name during the...
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  • Action economy is another advantage that a party of PCs enjoys over a single boss.

    PCs get as many turns to act during a round as there are PCs, but a boss only gets one turn per round. This is also a meaningful problem in D&D, where enough PCs can overwhelm a single elite opponent no matter how many hit points they have. You can penalize PCs' rolls or find ways to make them lose/waste their actions, but that's rarely fun for players during a climactic fight. You can add minions, or have the party go up against a smaller number of elite foes, but that changes the dynamic of the...
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