Vampire: The Dark Ages

Vampire: The Dark Ages is a role-playing game originally published by White Wolf Game Studio in 1996. Later, in 2002, the gameline was replaced by Dark Ages: Vampire. Additionally, with the release of Dark Ages: Vampire, several other game lines were added, Dark Ages: Werewolf, Dark Ages: Mage, Dark Ages: Inquisitor, and Dark Ages: Fae, each contributing to the shared setting. Vampire: The Dark Ages is a spin-off from the Vampire: The Masquerade game, also published by White Wolf, the latter set in modern times.

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Vampire: The Dark Ages - Setting
... The original game was set in dark medieval Europe in the year 1197, while the 2002 edition updated the setting to the year 1230 ... In Dark Ages, vampires rule the night openly and some are even revered and worshipped, though the powers of the Inquisition and other mortal foes restrain their freedom ...
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... religious belief is Mycenaean, nor how much is a product of the Greek Dark Ages or later ... the oral tradition Homer transferred the beliefs during the Dark Ages, but he kept in memory the confederacy of the Greeks under the powerful king of Mycenae ... when gods walked along friendly with men, and the "heroic-age" when great heroes dominated the scene ...

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