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Bill Sienkiewicz

Guide to the Camarilla Vampire The Masquerade White Wolf 1999

“He breathed in hard. The stench of blood filled his lungs. Only now, for the first time, could he truly appreciate it.”  ― Shane K.P. O'Neill, Bound By Blood: Volume 2

“He breathed in hard. The stench of blood filled his lungs. Only now, for the first time, could he truly appreciate it.” ― Shane K. O'Neill, Bound By Blood: Volume 2

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vampire the masquerade

Lasombra

Lasombra

Galeria de Arte: A Beleza da Morte | Blog MIL

Dream and Death Esad Ribic

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Vampire the Masquerade powergames

Tremere | Tremere - Vampire Picture

Tremere Picture from Vampire.

Intellecta Design: Vampire : The Victorian age

Intellecta Design: Vampire : The Victorian age

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Voivoide of the city (sire)

barefootmarley: “ cover painting for orphan by bryan hill bill sienkiewicz ”

White Wolf, World of Darkness, Lawrence Snelly.

White Wolf, World of Darkness, Lawrence Snelly.

Lucita de Aragon. White-Wolf. The Art of Vampire the Masquerade. Clan Lasombra

White Wolf, World of Darkness, Mark Jackson.

Ventrue by davidhueso on DeviantArt

A test piece made for White wolf publishing. D Ventrue

Jeanette Voerman & Christof Romuald  - Green Marble by bynightstudios

Christof & Jeannette by Tim Bradstreet, from Mind's Eye Theatre: Vampire The Masquerade Deluxe Edition (By Night Studios).

Vampire: The Masquerade, Isabel Giovanni. Link to book review http://lilywight.com/2013/01/22/the-eye-of-gehenna-vampire-the-masquerade-clan-novel-saga-volume-two...

The Eye Of Gehenna ~ Vampire: The Masquerade, Clan Novel Saga Volume Two (World Of Darkness)

Tim Bradstreet - Vampire The Masquerade  It's incredible when a man's style becomes synonim with a genre (or subgenre). Whatever comes next ends up being compared to it.

Tim Bradstreet - Vampire The Masquerade It's incredible when a man's style becomes synonim with a genre (or subgenre). Whatever comes next ends up being compared to it.

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