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on 7 December 1998
This is one of White Wolf's better offerings within the Mage arena. While it doesn't have as many rules clarifications as I would like, it does give a strong showing for the whys and hows of running a good Chronicle, from the ground-up, including different styles and other methodologies.
One of the nice touches that's found within is the 'FAQ', a synopsis of questions similar to a Usenet FAQ, with most of the answers that many might ask found within. Also useful are the many indices found at the back of the book-- it's often that /I/ can't remember where to find something, I think that's a nice help, White Wolf has had problems with indices in the past.
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on 16 July 1998
All those rotes, flaws, and merits you've been looking for in the main book are here, plus a more detailed description of the worlds, enemies, allies, and others. This book gives you more of a feel for the Neo-Gothic setting of the game, and a better idea of the way magic(k) works, though it doesn't deal as much with the mindsets of the Tradition willworkers. Overall, not truly necessary, but useful.
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on 5 May 2000
This is really a great accesoiry to Mage. I've been playing and storytelling all sorts of whitewolf games for a while now, but I was new to Mage. This book really got me off to a great start. This is definitely a good purchase
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