- Werewolf: the Apocalypse for Beginners,
an introductory handbook for playing Werewolf: the Apocalypse, in PDF format. You'll need to download the cover and
in two files. The document is meant to be printed two-sided, and saddle stapled.
- Player Quick Reference Sheets,
two pages for easy reference for new and experienced players. Page numbers refer to W:tA 2nd ed. Print these and
bring them to the gaming table... your players will thank you!
- Page 1 has
tables summarizing Auspices, forms, and ranks, a quick index to useful info in the rule book, and the Brawling
- Page 2 summarizes
Rage, Gnosis, and Willpower, how they're used in the game system, and how to recover temporary points.
- Story Seeds,
ideas to get a storyteller started.
- White Howlers Page,
everything you need to run a White Howler in a historical chronicle.
- Modern White Howlers,
thoughts on the whys, or rather the why nots, of allowing modern White Howlers.
- Shifter Quickstats,
reference tables for all the changing breeds.
- Rarity of Gifts,
article on a suggested scale of rarity for various Gifts.
- Luna and the Garou,
an article on the strange and contradictory relationship between werewolves and the moon in W:tA.
- Werewolf Book and Movie List, suggested readings for both W:tA and W:WW.
- Characturge Page.
Characturge is a Windows program for making White Wolf characters quickly and easily, and Secret Doors has the
best templates around ... at least we
- TableSmith Page.
TableSmith is a Windows program for generating complex random data quickly, with elegant output. Secret Doors
has several W:tA tables for you.
- The Second Coming,
an apocalyptic poem by William Butler Yeats, with Werewolf-oriented annotations.
the Werewolf: the Apocalypse font, in .ttf format, zipped. Here's
Abbess, too, for the Mage fans. Save the unzipped files to C:\WINDOWS\FONTS\ in Windows 95/98.
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