brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 1998: Blade movie poster

brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 1998: Blade movie poster

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gamefreaksnz:

BioWare reveals online RPG ‘Shadow Realms’

BioWare today announced Shadow Realms, a new 4v1 story-driven online action RPG, set in a constantly evolving world where modern meets fantasy.

View the teaser trailer and screen gallery here.

Everything about this game screams Hunter the Reckoning to me. The setting, the characters, the story, etc. It even plays like the old Xbox/PS2/GC Reckoning videogames.

Color me interested. Still, it would be nice if we got another HtR game in the series for PS4/Xbox One.

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paintagram:

Cover art for “Hunter: Block by bloody block”, Published by White Wolf.

paintagram:

Cover art for “Hunter: Block by bloody block”, Published by White Wolf.

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artverso:

Glenn Fabry - Harbinger 

It was Fabry’s covers on Hunter the Reckoning that first drew me to the World of Darkness many years ago. Good to see he’s still putting out kick ass work. 

artverso:

Glenn Fabry - Harbinger 

It was Fabry’s covers on Hunter the Reckoning that first drew me to the World of Darkness many years ago. Good to see he’s still putting out kick ass work. 

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World of Darkness Hunters for Dummies.

Hunters Hunted Hunter: “We’re going to give it all we got. We’re going to take out a ghoul…or two. Maybe even a weak vampire. But we’re likely to die. Sorry. 

Hunter the Vigil Hunter: “We’re going to meet you on almost equal terms. Sure, you got cool powers and shit, but I don’t give a fuck. I got rounds of ammunition that will fuck you up. I might die, but I’m damn sure going to take one of you with me.”

Hunter the Reckoning Hunter: “You’re a vampire? Great. I’m going to use this flaming fucking sword to lop your head off and kick it through a field goal post.”

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theonyxpath:

Rites of the Blood

Advance PDF now available from DriveThruRPG!

In the deepest crimson depths of their being, raw power waits to be brought to the surface. Through their force of will, Kindred can drag this power kicking and screaming into the open to perform miraculous feats and twisted blasphemies. These rituals have been developed to direct and focus this new force, unconstrained by the structure of the known Disciplines. As such, only one word has been seen fit to describe this power that has echoed throughout the ages. Magic.

Rites of the Blood is a collection of rituals practiced among the various Kindred sects and Clans. This isn’t just a collection of powers, but an examination of the sects themselves and how they use their eldritch mystical arts: the Thaumaturgy of the Camarilla Tremere, the bloody rites and patchwork sorcery of the Sabbat, the creepy and alien practices of the Tal’Mahe’Ra, “street” rituals from the Anarch contingent, the sorceries of the Assamites and Setites, the necromancy of the Giovanni, and even some of the mysterious ways of the Inconnu.

This book includes:

  • A look at how the various Kindred factions view and utilize blood sorcery in the modern nights.
  • A number of new rituals, Sabbat rites, and other powers for the various blood sorceries of the Kindred.
  • Revising and updating more classic Vampire: The Masquerade blood sorcery material to V20.

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