- Series: Werewolf
- Hardcover: 220 pages
- Publisher: White Wolf Publishing (September 1, 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1588463184
- ISBN-13: 978-1588463180
- Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 0.7 x 11.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,281,133 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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*OP Players Guide to Changing Breeds (Werewolf) Hardcover – September 1, 2003
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The book then takes a look at general Fera history, from the War of Rage onward. Then it takes a look at the various continents, telling of how each of the Changing Breeds fits in (ie ebola spreading Ratkin in Africa, Mokole in the south-eastern US, the Bubasti's attempts at retaking Egypt, the Nagah's homeland of India and so forth). This is really great, considering how little WW has published on these more obscure areas in their other books. Then the book goes into introducing a brief write up for each of the 11 Fera, all of which contain enough information, Gifts, Rites and Traits to allow you to run members of that particular Changing Breed, either as an NPC or a player's character. The first one revises the Ajaba were-hyenas of Africa and India, finally making them more than "evil Bastet". They are made a breed unto themselves, the warriors of Africa, complete with their own auspices, Gifts and traits.Read more ›
The chapter on the Ahadi is a real treat, seeing as they had not yet had a comprehensive description, and the Ajaba chapter was badly needed. However, I'm not entirely pleased with the re-worked Ajaba. Being a separate Breed is certainly a great improvement, but they have barely graduated from being second-hand Bastet to being second-hand Garou. Despite having slightly different auspices and forms, otherwise the Ajaba are almost identical to the Garou. They are just another group of "Gaia's warriors" instead of having their own purpose. The original story of their conflicts with the Bastet has been replaced by a plausible but much less interesting concept. I would also have liked more information on them, since they don't have a Breedbook, but I understand that the book could only be so long.
The Bastet needed a re-working, and their Revised purpose for Gaia in this book is very well-done. The original concept has been overhauled with a much better idea for their purpose on Gaia's face. They are no longer redundant with the Corax. The Yava are gone and the Ceilican are dead (YAY!Read more ›