So I’m not familiar with the World of Darkness lore. I hear this Gehenna things have went down and pretty much gave a reboot / fresh start for. In Noddist mythology, Gehenna is the Kindred Eschaton. It is the time when the Antediluvians will rise from their slumbers and devour their descendants. Gehenna: The Final Night (Vampire: The Masquerade) [Ari Marmell] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Ari Marmell.

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I cant seem to reply to Telgar directly, but can we drop the accusations of racism. That said, I think the best approach to figure out what happened during the Gehenna is to pick something that really happened around the world on the last 15 masquerafe. Second, I just want to talk about the plot I played with my players for a long time.

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Gehenna is the time when the Antediluvians the grandchildren of Cainethe first vampire will rise to consume the blood of all the younger vampires and construct a city in which they will rule for one thousand years. Learn how and when to remove these template messages. Vampire and the Classic World of Darkness with exceptions here and there, such as with KoE and Werewolf tended towards a Judeo-Christian version of reality that I am hoping we could remove ourselves further from rather than confirming.

The antediluvians woke up hungry.

Surely some mysterious individual or group war-prone Inconnu? Maybe mankind found out about vampires and thinks they all died out, and would surely finish the job if they were wrong. Possibly yes, if the powerful kindred of these organizations want to maintain their control over the young ones. I wonder what kind of themes V4 will go for.

Rise of the Anarchs too, as a real third power between the Camarilla and the Sabbat. We know that the fall of clan founders like Ravnos have a profound impact on their clans. Their respective ethos and beliefs must be re-examined and changed to adapt to the new status quo. The whole how to remnants of the tal mahe ra react?


This leaves little room for the political acrobatics that color every other part of Kindred society. So, with that in mind what could happen?

It was really tense, and ended up with us making deals to more or less keep the status quo, and assaulting the last Tremere chantry with Ferox and a shitton of Gargoyles with Valeran, because Tremere was being a fucking dick.

Basically, a secret faction of the Sabbat is allying itself with Lucifer. Maybe some of the signs of Gehenna are more publicly recognised, or talked about, and the Gehenna cults have bloomed.

No big and public worldwide events that were see by all? Folks should feel free to include non-vampire Time of Judgment events that might be cool from a vampire perspective.

For some unexplicable reason some powerful vampires, disappeared for centuries, returned. There would be a lot to cover, social changes due to clan and sect failures.

The Sabbat has its own problems; with no clan leaders to shelter them, its members are hunted to the fringe of society. In my campaign, Abel had a legacy before his brother killed him. The camarilla would lose face and a lot of their leadership in this event which would be rather unfortunate for them.

If any kind of forgiveness or redemption occurred that changed a significant number of kasquerade human how have the other vampires coped? Masqureade it just a cycle of the ancients awaken to slay other ancients of their line and then return to slumber?

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The white wolf page had a gehdnna ticker of crazy stuff going on. It would interesting if the Sabbat and Camarilla went after him together and found a way to either kill him masqueradf seal him up again. Also, to avoid the same traps of previous editions, some ,asquerade should be made to bring together Vampire with other titles of the oWoD, specially the big three.

Seriously, though, this alone makes for a major mqsquerade reason to differentiate between editions to get me very interested vehenna this project. We only had our hands our comrades and a trusty rifle. Did the planet just blew up maybe? Or I am perhaps stupid enough not to get it. So that being said I would like to have the pivotal moment as close to a classic Gehenna as possible.


Gehenna should have mainly affected Vampires, the main affects on mortal society should stem from the changing behaviors of Vampires as Gehenna progresses. My favourite version of Gehenna…. And no infighting gehrnna it was just like the next game oh your all gehhenna now Everything remembered by most characters both player and non-player characters. I have read some of those blogs, if not all, but I still find myself disagreeing with the premise.

Clans diseappear and Sects disolve in to the air… vampires changed but not their curse but their sects, how they hide, masqufrade they do things i totally diferent now.

I think it would be nice to retain some of the ambiguity about what is out there. Even some vampires historically believed dead or diablerized with the disappearance of their diabolists … returned. Were any clans destroyed? And will the Clans themselves really change all that much? The Lasombra is dead or is in the abyss? And I agree with your comment overall, the grander ideas of Gehenna are best left vague. If they can find a way to either settle it back down or maybe even purge Tzimsce of the infection of Vicissitude, they can save the world.

The young people seem like the only thing they know is how to google things. Well, maybe gehena as more of a 1st edition ciclical culling of vampire population, leaving the kindred relatively few in number, say a bunch of each Generation maybe with some lower Generations completely erradicated.

Were the Sabbat right all along? Or maybe gehenna is just a metaphor for any major event in kindred history?