Tribebook: White Howlers (Tribebook, #14)

Tribebook White Howlers Tribebook Everyone knows the story of the White Howlers Garou so prideful they threw themselves into the maw of the Wyrm hoping to kill it from within They didn t kill it and it didn t kill them However the

  • Title: Tribebook: White Howlers (Tribebook, #14)
  • Author: Jess Hartley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Paperback
  • Everyone knows the story of the White Howlers Garou so prideful they threw themselves into the maw of the Wyrm, hoping to kill it from within They didn t kill it, and it didn t kill them However, the White Howlers should be remembered for their past as well as what they became.But that isn t their story.The White Howlers suffered through the Great Winter, through rebuilEveryone knows the story of the White Howlers Garou so prideful they threw themselves into the maw of the Wyrm, hoping to kill it from within They didn t kill it, and it didn t kill them However, the White Howlers should be remembered for their past as well as what they became.But that isn t their story.The White Howlers suffered through the Great Winter, through rebuilding and invasion, through an uneasy peace and a horrific war They fought for their Kin and their lands They were proud, but all Garou are proud Theirs is a story all too many Garou do not know Come closer, and let me tell it.White Howler Tribebook includes The story of the White Howlers from the ancient times to their great sacrifice Details on the tribe s culture and history, with enough information to run an entire chronicle in the time before their fall Ideas for using the White Howlers in a story set in the modern nights.

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    1. This long-awaited Tribe book finally brings us the story of the White Howlers, the only Tribe that is both lost, but also that we know where they are: they've become the Black Spiral Dancers.The book does a very good job of portraying a tribe on the brink. They have felt a bit separate from the other tribes for many reasons, and they're on the eve on their great assault on the Black Spiral. Because of this, the whole book has a feel to it like a great tragedy (which it is) because we start readi [...]

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