KISS OF THE SUCCUBUS DAEVA PDF
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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The Daeva Clan Book for Vampire: The Requiem Love them or hate them, the Daeva are the ones you die for. Tempters and priests, madonnas and horrors, these vampires feed on the blood and vices of the World of Darkness – and feed well. From the best parties to the worst parts of town, be seduced by the beautiful among the Damned. For the Succubi, a good-looking corpse is only the first step in kiws Danse Macabre.
A Clan book for Vampire: The Requiem Trace the history of the Daeva – from their first chilling nights in Sumeria to the sticky heat of modern cities.
Tune into the Cacophony, the underground journalism of the Kindred. Find out what it takes to stay on the cutting edge of the Masquerade Experience the Daeva through the “writing” of the living and the dead from around the world.
Players and readers are drawn into a World of Darkness that’s more frighten-ing every night. New Merits, bloodlines, Discipline powers, and clan secrets that every Vampire: The Requiem player will want to have. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Daevaplease sign up.
Lists with This Book. Nov 23, Bill rated it liked it. Of course, most vampires have to put on a good show to avoid detection, but Daeva have mastered the art like no other. Kiss of the Succubus White Wolf Publishing gives the kiss of life to the most outwardly self-centered of the vampire clans. From their beginning Daeva: From their beginnings in ancient Sumeria, the Daeva have specialized at blending in with human society.
In game terms, Gangrel may be the most overtly kick-ass clan due to their mastery of the Protean powers of shape-changing — able to sink into any patch of earth at sunrise, or to instantly grow claws and throw down. 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. Daeva may not be quite the combat powerhouse that a Gangrel can be, but they excel at manipulating others, inspiring desire, devotion and need.
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. A pathetic creature now, he bounces from job to job, his former wealth and skills and lover abandoned. He fears the vampires he finds easier to spot these days, yet he documents them as a means to understanding them.
He hopes by solving the riddle they represent he will find this woman with which he is obsessed and fall into her arms again — even if only for the last time. Later sections are culled from the journals, letters, and notes of several Daeva.
As with the other clan books, Daeva includes new Merits, Devotions and Bloodlines, plus two sample Daeva characters to whet the appetite.
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The rest of this review can be found at: May 06, Andre rated it it was ok Shelves: 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. Daefa liked how they had a fhe section on vampires as sexual predators in different environments retirement home, high schools, LAN-parties etc. Also I 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.
Also I liked these little educational comic-strips for vampires the book showed and when they truly played into the Succubus aspect of this ov clan. 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 ths actively siring these vampires, that is rare.
It is interesting how the Daeva refer to themselves as family using words like kisss, cousin and the like and how different they are from the savage Gangrel and the terrifying Nosferatu. What I really liked where the merits Social Chameleon and Cacophony Listener, both would make very good stuff for storytelling I think. Also some of the Devotions combination of powers of the Daeva are very interesting.
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.
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. And apart from Carmilla yes the Carmilla there is really no “mystical” member of this clan presented in the book, unlike the Gangrel and Nosferatu who each had at least three I think. That really stole from the mysticism these vampires might have had. Apr 28, Broodingferret rated it really liked it Shelves: Another successful clan book for the new World of Darkness stuff.
While well written and certainly screwed up in the best of waysthe book felt the slightest bit While the Ventrue book was filled with all kinds of vibrancy, this one rang just the tiniest bit hollow, especially considering how amped up and passionate the Daeva are supposed to be.
Then again, that may be the point, a kind of subtle remark on what the Daeva consider passion, which is nothing but a cheap Xerox of real hum Another successful clan book for the new World of Darkness stuff.
Then again, that may be the point, a kind of subtle remark on what the Daeva consider passion, which is nothing but a cheap Xerox of real human emotion. Regardless, it was still very well written and the art was marvelous, so I enjoyed it immensely. Dec 04, Samantha rated it it was ok. A difficult book to rate as I couldn’t really decide between 2 or 3 stars.
Not quite what I was expecting but interesting in its own way.
Daeva: Kiss of the Succubus by Russell Bailey
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