White Wolf Publishing
White Wolf Publishing is an American gaming and book publisher?dedicated to redefining the art of storytelling. The company was founded in 1991 as a merger between Lion Rampant and White Wolf Magazine. Since White Wolf Publishing, Inc. merged with CCP Games in 2006, White Wolf Publishing has been an imprint of CCP hf. The name "White Wolf" originates from Michael Moorcock's works.
White Wolf publishes a line of several different but overlapping games set in the "World of Darkness", a "modern gothic" world that, while seemingly similar to the real world, is home to supernatural terrors, ancient conspiracies, and several approaching apocalypses. The company also publishes the high fantasy Exalted RPG, the modern mythic Scion, and d20 system material under their Sword & Sorcery imprint, including such titles as the Dungeons & Dragons gothic horror campaign setting Ravenloft, and Monte Cook's Arcana Unearthed series. White Wolf has also released several series of novels based on the Old World of Darkness, all of which are currently and indefinitely out of print.
Clanbook: Gangrel : As rogues and wanderers, the Gangrel have always placed themselves apart from other Kindred. The Outlanders have no need for the petty Jyhads and useless sniping of the undead - they are vampires, the highest order of beasts!
Dharma Book: Thrashing Dragons (Kindred of the East): Is a supplement to Kindred of the East an Asian take on World of Darkness. Thrashing Dragons expands on the concept focusing on the Dharma of the Dragons.
Dragons of the East: Shinto priests. Shaolin monks. Ninja clans. Confucian sages. Hindu fakirs. Asia is a great dragon, slumbering as it awaits the turning of the age. Long have the people of Asia known magical secrets.
Immortal Eyes: Shadows on the Hill: The second installment of the Immortal Eyes trilogy, Shadows on the Hill picks up where The Toybox left off. The Immortal Eyes chronicle combines a trilogy of novels with a series of game sourcebooks.