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... WW8800, July 2001) Exalted (by White Wolf Publishing) The core rulebook, detailing the setting and history of the world, and presenting rules for playing ... (WW8820, August 2001) The Book of Three Circles (by White Wolf Publishing) The first version of a book detailing sorcery in the world of Exalted ... WW8830, November 2001) Time of Tumult (by White Wolf Publishing) This supplement contains four adventures for the world of Exalted, as well as further artifacts, charms and initial details ...
... He was one of the primary White Wolf Publishing original developer (along with many others who contributed) to Werewolf The Apocalypse from 1992 to 1995 ... After years with White Wolf Publishing, he joined Holistic Design (HDI) where he co-created Fading Suns with Andrew Greenberg ... Bridges moved back to White Wolf Publishing in 2002, replacing Jess Heinig as the developer for the revised edition of Mage The Ascension, seeing the game he created through to its conclusion in ...
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—Norman Reilly Raine (18951971)
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has made me ill, your seldom coming,
this sorrowing moodnot lack of meat.
Do you hear, Eadwacer? Our poor whelp
a wolf bears off to the wood.”
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