Daeva has 43 ratings and 4 reviews. Bill said: Daeva: Kiss of the SuccubusPublished by White Wolf PublishingWritten by Russell Bailey and Benjamin Baug. Daeva: Kiss of the Succubus Published by White Wolf Publishing Written by Russell Bailey and Benjamin Baugh. More than any other vampire. Daeva: Kiss of the Succubus. We’ve ‘ always l bbeen h here, you know. k In that h sticky, musky place where sex and worship intermingle. We were the.

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Kiss of the Succubus could easily have stooped to the lowest common denominator and wallowed in a sex-crazed orgy of blood. We are currently seeking a few good reviewers to help us expand our collection of horror and dark fantasy reviews.

No trivia or quizzes yet. The art in this clan book — like the others — is of varying styles, though the quality is largely first-rate. Find out what it takes to stay on the cutting edge of the Masquerade Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.

What I really liked where the merits Social Chameleon and Cacophony Listener, both would make very good stuff for storytelling I think. It was also fun to read that they dared to name the god of the Israelites as the progenitor of these vampires, not cursing humans but actively siring these vampires, that is rare.

He fears the vampires he finds easier to spot these days, yet he documents them as a means to understanding them. I think its way too tame and silent to fit the image of sensual and hedonistic succubi that these vampires where portrayed as in the main book of the game line.


However when these aspects powers or social are missing from the text… well there is still the element of devotion that these vampires can inspire in humans but the book falls short nonetheless. Elysse rated it liked it Jun 28, He hungers still for the lady who both victimized him and drove him to heights of ecstasy, after which she abandoned him and left town. Kiss of the Succubus White Wolf Publishing gives the kiss of life to the most outwardly self-centered of the vampire clans.

Too much fluff though and not enough actual mechanics in my opinion.

Daeva: Kiss of the Succubus by Russell Bailey

Daryl rated it really liked it Jun 08, Elliott rated it liked it Jan 19, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Open Preview See a Problem? Daeva, on the other hand, have mastery over social skills, and the most efficient character builds tend to reflect this and play to that strength. Return to Book Page.

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Tge course, most vampires have to put on a good show to avoid detection, but Daeva have mastered the art like no other. Anders Vahlgren rated it really kies it Apr 02, A difficult book to rate as I couldn’t really decide between 2 or 3 stars. That really stole from the mysticism these vampires might have had. Caitlin rated it it was amazing Jul 06, Players and readers are drawn into a World of Darkness that’s more frighten-ing every night.


Use the Contact Page to submit reviews or let us know if you have any questions. Another successful clan book for the new World of Darkness stuff. Not quite what I was expecting but interesting in its own way.

Casey Corbin rated it it was amazing Mar 24, Also Succcubus liked these little educational comic-strips for vampires the book showed and when they truly played into the Succubus aspect of this vampire c I don’t think this book is bad but it’s also not very memorable, I am pretty sure in a few months I will have forgotten most of it.

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Daeva: Kiss of the Succubus

Sensual, hedonistic and often of an artistic bent, Daeva are found wherever the any of arts flourish — music, writing, painting, sculpting and even architecture — frequently as both patrons and artists themselves. The Requiem Trace the history of the Daeva – from their first chilling nights in Sumeria to the sticky heat of modern cities. The second encourages proper hunting behavior; creating desire for the vampire within the mind of the intended victim rather than ambushing a random drunk in an alley.

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