Werewolf: The Forsaken Storyteller's Screen

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Press:Psi White Wolf Publishing (July 18, 2005)
Author Name:Not Available (NA)


There When You Need it    There's nothing more frustrating for a Werewolf: The Forsaken  Storyteller than searching for that one rule during a game. 
Well, that and needing to use a Gift and not having enough Essence.
At least we can solve the first one.
Here's everything you need in one place.
Just a Claw Away White Wolf introduces this useful reference tool for Werewolf Storytellers.
The screen is made from thick, durable cardboard stock and displays all the necessary rules and charts for easy reference during game sessions.
This is no flimsy screen.


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Comment List (Total:5)

  •     I bought this for my wife, as she was going to ST for the first time, and she has found it to be very useful. The information on it is very useful for those who have not memorized the rules yet, altough I have less use for it, as I have a firm grasp of the rules, and I know where to flip in the book to find the relevent passage. I will say, however, that even then it has sped up my own sessions some, if I can't remember, say, the bonus on a transformation or something like that.
  •     I been a fan of World Of Darkness since I was in High School and Werewolf was one of my favorite games to play thanks to the themes and systems in the game that help make each session a very powerful movie like experience.It has all the tables you need for each kind of roll, its made of high quality materials, and its nice looking so I of course had to buy it.If you need a good screen for your werewolf game, get this Screen...you won't regret it.
  •     I was pleased to find out it was a hard cover screen. But dismayed to find that only 1 panel was different from the VtR screen.
  •     As far as gamemaster screens go, this is a quality example in two ways:1) On the inside (facing the Storyteller) are just about all the charts and tables you could want. I'm sure someone will find a table or chart that's missing, but this spread covers the range of what you're likely to use in the average game session--from Lunacy effects to combat to Harmony degeneration to suggestions for Spirit Chiminage to experience costs. Keeps things moving for a Storyteller who has to come up with the answer to something on the spur of the moment.2) This screen, like the Vampire and Mage screens in the same line, is made from the same stock as the hardcovers. That means it's thicker and sturdier than those flimsy screens we used to use in the old days. This one won't get torn or frayed with casual use. And it easily stands up by itself, too.Hey, either you use screens when running games or you don't. If you do, then this is money well spent. If nothing else, it'll save you from having to flip through the book or memorize tons of info.
  •     Well made, durable, even washable with damp cloth. It contains many of the tables necessary to reference regularly, although it does repeat some of the info from other ST screens, its still very handy. One thing that could make this screen better (and stand out) would be a trackable table for werewolf shapeshifting forms.

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