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World Of Darkness Berlin Live Blog

World Of Darkness Berlin Live Blog

If you're into all things World Of Darkness then you'll be pleased to know that Chris Handley, a regular contributor to the website and Darker Days Radio are at World Of Darkness Berlin this weekend covering the event.

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They will be Live Blogging throughout the event covering the weird and the wonderful from this role-playing game and its fans.

What's On?

If you're going to be following along you can check out some helpful links below which will give you an insight into the event.

You'll be able to stop in with Chris and follow along across the event and experience a side of role-playing you might not have considered before!

Check back throughout the Live Blog!

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Vampire: The Eternal Struggle in Berlin

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Vampire: The Eternal Struggle (VTES) storyline tournaments and the European Championship taking place at World of Darkness Berlin.

VTES is a collectible card game first published in 1994 and World of Darkness Berlin features the first new cards printed in nearly seven years.

Players take the role of Methuselahs, ancient vampires trying to influence minions, destroy their enemies' resources, and partake in bloody combat as they fight for resources and their own security in the final nights.

The European Championship attracts the best players from across Europe as well as international contenders, battling in 5-way multiplayer games to find the best in the game.

Vampire: The Eternal Struggle in Berlin

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tchrin
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I used to play Vampire Masquerade back in the day, and fallen out of touch with all things White Wolf, so looking forward to this one.

wereardvark
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I really hope they actually reveal some info on the new game and the storyline changes instead if hust the larp stuff

zombieking
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looking forward to your coverage – have a great time 🙂

doctorether
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Sorry for any spelling mistakes…. really hot and tired here. 🙁

But lots of exciting news.

radegast6
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This was my fav role play game its nice to see it updated with gig bang,

nsogre
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Had a big game running in Cincinnati OH, at an alternative club I bounced at for years, back in the 90’s. The New Orleans supplement has pics of a bunch of my friends in it and on the cover from when the company came up and shot at the club. I almost always had a ton of note cards of dialogue in my pockets to help them with the game. I am glad that this game is still going pretty strong.

carlos1170
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Thanks for doing such a great job covering this.

emptynessisform
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atmospheric and immersive. taking it to the next level makes all the difference.
are you fellas going to give us an after hours uncensored reel at the end with a big old adult content sticker slapped on it?

gibbomadness
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Will there be a way to watch the documentary online or via dvd/bluray? I love the setting for the WoD and its extensions, however I’ve never had a chance to play the rpg itself.

doctorether
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They are sorting out distribution currently. Mike and I have opinions on the documentary. But then it is narrative that the director and production team, Lucky Day, laid out, rather than the nuanced truth that WW and associated companies are part of. So in places a pinch of salt is required.

uberqfunk
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Maybe a silly question to ask but would my “Jyhad” cards still be considered legal for VTES tournaments? Would have to brush up on the gameplay regardless of this, but still…

zombieking
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yes, jyhad is tournament legal (there are a few banned cards from across the various sets – but most everything in jyhad is fine).

the only thing you would have to consider is that if you were to add in cards from later expansion and print runs that the cardbacks would be different. so all your cards would need to be put into sleeves so nobody could tell what set they came from just by looking at the logo on the card.

uberqfunk
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Thanks for the reply and after a little searching, yeah I would loose a card that I did enjoy playing, where conversation had to be kept to rhyme. So silly but understandable for the removal. Otherwise, I think my old deck is pretty safe.

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