Tag: Tales of the Ages

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  • Status Perfectus

    As the sun set and rose on the Second Anarch Revolt, kindred factions the world over debated what action to take. In the end, nothing occurred. No Justicars arrived in Los Angeles, no Cardinals laid claim to the Southland. As the nascent Free State …

  • The Red Question

    As the internet steadily took over the mortal world, the elders attempted to keep it from kindred at large, with some Princes having the gall to ban the internet within their demesnes. And the more they attempted to grasp the this new technology in their …

  • The Siege of Los Angeles

    Early August, 1965. Still drunk on their victory over the [[The Second Anarch Revolt | Camarilla in 1944]], the victors (survivors?) had not expected the human turmoil sparked independent of the Anarch conquest to so quickly have them facing a new enemy; …

  • Raves

    Hidden from mortal, and even more so, undead eyes, the raves remain the de facto place for any younger kindred to gather. Just like their human counterparts, musics, drugs and illicit behaviour is common or even expected. Whereas the Camarilla's …

  • The First Anarch Revolt

    Also known as the Great Revolt, but hereafter referred to as the First Anarch Revolt was the first major uprising of younger vampires against their elders since the days of the First City. Historians among kindred firmly believe the (by some considered …

  • The Second Anarch Revolt

    It took another 4 centuries for the Anarch Movement to surface anew, to tip askew the order of old and again contend with the elders. Unlike the first one, the historians are more clear on the details. Hardly surprising, seeing how it was 1944. Like …

  • SchreckNet

    Even among those more technically inclined, and not afraid of anything more demanding than a sundial, very few know of SchreckNet. Even fewer know how to access it, and if not Nosferatu, whatever you stumbled upon thinking it to be SchreckNet - it's …

  • Revolutionary Council

    The Anarch movement might have altruistic ideals beyond the Camarilla's and the Sabbath's in regards to leadership and equality, but they were no fools. So, to ensure the least amount of order and Masquerade-effort, the [[Revolutionary Council | …

  • The Anarch Free Press

    Contrary to its roots implied in its name, the "Freep" is all digital. More specifically, at first a monthly newsletter that came to be in the mid 90's. Heavily decrypted, the newsletter is like a mortal's but focuses on the kindred society. With …

  • Bloodspot

    A software developed by Tremere. Sounds odd? It is. In detail, it's a ritual that allows for developers to put a hidden layer of code and functions on their work that only kindred can see. Due to its ease of use, it's become widely spread in the …

  • Fangster

    Another Tremere-developed tool for the modern kindred, Fangster works as an overlay on all sorts of social media. With the use of some blood, latin and some auspex the kindred can use any social network's 'status'-function to effectively share anything …