Steeldragon05
 member, 70 posts
Sat 12 May 2018
at 06:32
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
Okay, while I am currently hurt my hand to write too much, I have had a lot of time to think and read. My last vampire game did not generate a lot of interest. I should be see to start in a month. If anyone is interested, just say which you are;

1) A Viscous Cycle
Gehenna is a word that illicits fear into the heart of Cainites. The year is 1160 BC, and the bronze age civilization is poised run by ancient monsters, their bloodlines trickle down, forming a web that constraints the world. The Bronze Age civilization stretches from Egypt to Greece to Anatolia.

The eighth generation is rising, and by all signs are the first vampires unable to permanently transcend the limitations of their human attributes and abilities (not counting through blood-pumping and Disciplines), clearly signaling that the dreaded Time of Thin Blood is at hand! The Antedeluvians stir for the first time since the days of the Second City, and apocalyptic chaos reigns throughout the mediterranean world.

This is the story of the first Gehenna.

2) Blood, Spice, and Death
The year is 1215 AD and the city of Mangluru, India prospers. A trade Port that gets ships from the reaches of Africa, Europe and the Middle East. You are established coterie in the religious, and cosmopolitan city.
With the blessings of the triumvirs, and the Raj, foreign Cainites come to the city, enthralled by the exotic tales of India's vampires. You have been contracted by an opportunistic Cainite in locating and transporting an artifact that thrusts you into the middle of the cities' uncertain politics.

3) The Transylvania Chronicles: The Dark Tide Rising
Saulot has fallen, and to what end? The demon Kupala rages in his ancestral home at whose behest? Beneath the dead soil of Transylvania pulses an undying heart, but for how long? The prophecies of Gehenna are coming to fruition in the Dark Medieval world. Only those who would defy destiny itself can stem the dark tide of the final nights.

4) The Fall of the House of Tremere
Clan Tremere is in shambles. A majory chantry went rogue with many, precious mystical artifacts. All around the world, those of the Clan Tremere and Clan Salubri feel a psychic stiring in their blood, and some of then experience dreams urging them to follow. The Council of Seven is in seclusion with Tremere's torpid body, trying to track the mysterious call. They have no answers.
The game will be a mixed game of Salubri and Tremere dealing with the fall, and restructure of the Clan. You will be young, ambitious Kindred who will come to the forefront of the drama. Is this just another play in the Jyhad, or does Gehenna come?

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Steeldragon05
 member, 71 posts
Sat 12 May 2018
at 06:35
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas

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Steeldragon05
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Sat 12 May 2018
at 20:48
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas

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Tigore5
 member, 2 posts
Wed 16 May 2018
at 19:35
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
If I may say, I'd be interested both game number one (I had always wondered what the arrival of eight generations must have looked like) and number two (a game in India would definitely appeal to historical interests, plus allow a few clans we normally don't see too much in games
Edit: Reading again the number 4 also sounds kinda cool, to see the Tremere hurt is always cathartic and dark medieval is all kinds of delicious
If they ever come live I'd love to participate

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Big Brother
 member, 444 posts
 Who controls the past...
 ... Controls the future.
Wed 16 May 2018
at 21:23
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
I'd love to play in the Transylvania Chronicles (#3) personally.
dybbuk67
 member, 73 posts
Wed 16 May 2018
at 21:24
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
The Bronze Age game has possibilities.
Do you have an idea where you'd set it?  In the Levant somewhere, I'm guessing?
Maybe ancient Persia would be fun...
Undecided
 member, 26 posts
Thu 17 May 2018
at 03:00
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
I'd be interested in either #3 or #1.
tusken eldritch
 member, 18 posts
Thu 17 May 2018
at 07:43
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
The Bronze Age Vampire games sounds interesting! The Levant is a good place to play I think, it's on the crossroads, vampires from all over the Mediterranean can arrive there.
PCO.Spvnky
 member, 364 posts
Thu 17 May 2018
at 15:06
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
In hteory you could run all 4.  Start with the earliest in the timeline and run through them all....:)  I know that is ambitious but hey, dream big!
AscendedMaster
 member, 187 posts
Sun 20 May 2018
at 04:19
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
I like the first one. Bronze Age stuff needs more love.

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Steeldragon05
 member, 73 posts
Sun 20 May 2018
at 18:06
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
Glad to have all the interest! A Bronze Age game has quite a bit of interest.

Good to see the Fall of House of Tremere has someone who would like it.
Steeldragon05
 member, 74 posts
Sun 20 May 2018
at 19:21
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
Not sure if it's against the rules, but this .at affect interest.

I general run VtM games using VtR 2e with modifications. (I even have translated Wan Kuei for the system!)

Is this a problem for anyone?
Tigore5
 member, 6 posts
Sun 20 May 2018
at 19:49
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
Eh, for me I'd be honestly okay with it
tusken eldritch
 member, 19 posts
Sun 20 May 2018
at 20:02
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
quote:
I general run VtM games using VtR 2e with modifications.

= Rules and mechanics from VtR,
fluff and disciplines from VtM?

I'm okay with it.
dybbuk67
 member, 74 posts
Sun 20 May 2018
at 20:07
Vampire: the Masquerade - s Few Game Ideas
In reply to tusken eldritch (msg # 14):

I would most likely bow out at that point.
But it's your game; you should run what you want to run.