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Fantasy
Author: Hal Mangold
ISBN: 1565042476
Subcategory: Gaming
Pages 88 pages
Publisher White Wolf Publishing (June 13, 2000)
Language English
Category: Fantasy
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eBook Half Damned Dhampyr *OP (Kindred of the East) download

by Hal Mangold


Half-Damned: Dhampyr is a supplement for Kindred of the East describing the mortal offspring of Kuei-Jin, referred to variously as Shade Walkers, Twilight Children and dhampyrs.

Half-Damned: Dhampyr is a supplement for Kindred of the East describing the mortal offspring of Kuei-Jin, referred to variously as Shade Walkers, Twilight Children and dhampyrs. From the White Wolf Catalog: The Children of the Living and the Dead. They are born with the torment of Yomi in their veins and the hatred of the living as their birthright. They are destined to be servants to those who should call them kin, and monsters to those who should embrace them.

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Half Damned Dhampyr OP (Kindred of the East). For those of you unfamiliar with the Kindred of the East system that means Clan. This guys really make look each other nasty of the World of Darkness like children. While all the other Tradition, Clan, Tribe books always have someone who assures you that they are the meanest of all the groups, they are ussually lost in their own schemes and petty politicing.

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Half-Damned Dhampyr book. Hal Mangold is the Production and Art Director for Green Ronin Publishing. If you want to include the children of the Kuei-jin in your Kindred of the Eastu153? chronicle, Half-Damned: Dhampyri is invaluable. And if you don't, remember, they don't like being left out - of anything. He's been playing tabletop games since the 70s, making them since the 90s, and hopes to keep doing both for many many more trips around the Sun. Books by Hal Mangold.

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Half-Damned Dhampyr - The Children of the Living and the Dead They are .

Half-Damned Dhampyr - The Children of the Living and the Dead They are born with the torment of Yomi in their veins and the hatred of the l.

From the publisher: The Children of the Living and the Dead They are born with the . Half-Damned: Dhampyr.

From the publisher: The Children of the Living and the Dead They are born with the torment of Yomi in their veins and the hatred of the living as their birthright. But they will not be denied their birthright. If you want to include the children of the Kuei-jin in your Kindred of the Eastu chronicle, Half-Damned: Dhampyri is invaluable.

Dhampyrs: The Half-Damned. Dhampyrs are a fixture of several vampire myths, mo. stly from the Balkans and other. Report "Dhampyr the Half Damned". Please fill this form, we will try to respond as soon as possible. southeastern European regions.

What does it take to be one of the mortal children of the walking dead? The answers are in this book, from character generation to the final fates of the dhampyri. If you want to include the children of the Kuei-jin in your Kindred of the Eastu chronicle, Half-Damned: Dhampyri is invaluable. And if you don't, remember, they don't like being left out - of anything.
Bajinn
The Kindred of the East companion roughly outlined Dhampyr for us and this book gives you all the details. They are the living children of Kuei jin(The asian vampires detailed in Kindred of the East, a sub-setting of Vampire: The Masquerade). They differ considerably from the same pronunciation different spelling Dhampir of the main Vampire: The Masquerade line, and probably should have been named something different, they don't get called Dhampyr in my game because I think using an old world European word for an old world Asian phenomenon is silly but others opinions may vary. Being the pretty rare children of animated blood sucking corpses and humans(usually the mother), they have a lot of advantages(outrageous luck, access to very low levels of the powers possessed by their inhuman parents, and a lifetime about four times that of a normal human), these of course come with some downsides(They have a wide mean/violent streak and are more prone to antisocial behavior, their luck sometimes helps them at the expense of others, they may become addicted to canabilism as a means of "cheaply" fueling their supernatural abilities, and they watch everyone else grow old and die well before they do.) The greatest problem, and the one that makes so viable for roleplaying, is that their undead parents view them as resources to be exploited at best, tools to be used and discarded at worst. They have almost no chance of living out a "normal" life because even if their bizzare luck didn't get them involved in dire situations, they would still find themselves mired in the politics of the undead. Not a book that is extremely important, it is still an entertaining and well written source of information on Half-Damned and made me want to play one or include them in my game. Four stars, 5 for being that good, minus one for just not being all that important.
sobolica
The Kindred of the East line, unlike most of White Wolf's recent work, is still putting out a good percentage of interesting and useful supplements. Dhampyr is the next of those, detailing the mortal sons and daughters of the Kuei-jin. The book is a pretty nice combination of cultural information, spiffy powers, and the requisite Secret History.
I was happy that the authors avoided making this just a sort of Ghouls of the East. Instead of having only bits of Disciplines scrounged from their betters, the dhampyr have a powerful little tool of their own--joss, the incredible luck that surrounds them. Not that they're going to be winning one-on-one fights with the Cathayans, but it gives them a different flavor than the wholly pathetic Western blood-slaves.
The cultural stuff is nothing too surprising, but I didn't notice any big holes in it, either. Half-Damned also gives some history that the ancestors don't want leaked out, and of course character creation rules. The book is nothing to shake my view of the game, but it's a good supplement for an important subset of Kuei-jin society.
Fountain_tenderness
Okay, as I saw in another review, this is NOT for Vampire: the Masquerade. It's for Kindred of the East, a supplement for Vampire, but don't misunderstand, the Kuei-jin (what the Oriental "vampires" call themselves) aren't Cainites, they are a whole 'nother type of Immortals. And as a consqeuence their children (this isn't a new thing for them, like it is for the Cainites) are in a realm all their own. While they could be used to power-play, it also open a whole new realm of options for players. Half-Damned? More like Half Blessed.
Fohuginn
Ok the V:tM book Time of the Thin Blood had Dhampirs in it. They are the living offspring of a 15th generation vampire and a mortal and had some unusual powers. They seemed interesting but there was barely enough information to use them as an NPC so I eagerly ordered this book off amazon when it first popped up back in March. I got it today and well I'm sending it back because it isn't for Vampire the Masquerade at all. It is for Kindred of the East. Apparently, Kindred of the East (which is a seperate game made by the same company) can have offspring with a mortal and are also called Dhampirs and well these are the Dhampirs that this book is about. I searched the book high and low to find something that purtains to V:tM and I didn't find a thing. It says it is a sourcebook for V:tM and KotE but it is for KotE all the way. Just thought I would tell you.