What are the best werewolf:The Forsaken-books?

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    #1Werewolf: The Forsaken

    Werewolf: The Forsaken

    Werewolf: The Forsaken is a fictional book written by Carl Bowen, James Kiley, Matthew McFarland, and Adam Tinworth. This fictional book was published on March 1, 2005 by White Wolf Publishing.

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    Kathryn Elliott
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I love fantasy books and werewolves. I needed to find the best werewolf: The Forsaken books. I found Werewolf: The Forsaken. It's by Carl Bowel, James Killey, Matthew McFarland, and Adam Tinworth. It's all about werewolves, which I absolutely love. It's so awesome and I highly recommend it to everyone out there. Great characters and story! Love it!"
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    #2Lodges: the Faithful

    Lodges: the Faithful

    Lodges: the Faithful is a book written by Aaron Dembski-Bowden, Adam Tinworth, and Matt McFarland. This book was published on December 1, 2005 by White Wolf Publishing.

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    Bruce Hudson
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "I felt anger with the Lodge of wrath, the anguish of death with the Lodge of death and electrifying emotions with the Lodge of lighting. This book was an adventure from start to the end and will leave you gasping for more."
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    #3Hunting Ground: The Rockies

    Hunting Ground: The Rockies

    Hunting Ground: The Rockies is a book written by Chris Campbell, Rick Jones, and Jonathan McFarland. This book was published on April 1, 2005 by White Wolf Publishing.

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    #4Blood of the Wolf

    Blood of the Wolf

    Blood of the Wolf is a book written by Matthew McFarland and Peter Schaefer. This book was published on October 1, 2005 by White Wolf Publishing.The book is based on the game Werewolf: The Forsaken.

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    Katherine Warren
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "Blood of the Wolf by Matthew McFarland and Peter Schaefer is one of my favorite books of the forsaken series. Page after page rolls by and soon I realize I've been reading for hours."
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    #5Night Horrors Wolfsbane

    Night Horrors Wolfsbane

    Night Horrors Wolfsbane is a book written by Ethan Skemp. This book was published on September 1, 2009 by White Wolf Publishing. This book is based on the game Werewolf: The Forsaken.

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    Esperanza Mejía
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "An awesome addition to Werewolf the Forsaken, Night Horrors gives you story hooks and antagonists that can be slid into most any game. There are also a couple new gifts, rites, and merits that could come into play should your werewolf characters look hard enough. Overall I love the book, I ordered it from Amazon and it even got here a day early! It's definitely a "must buy" for those who are running their game and are coming up short on ideas, there are at least a dozen different antagonists with their own back-story and interesting quirks... I know I'll be throwing one or two into my game shortly."
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    #6Territories

    Territories
    Territories is a book written by Chris Campbell, Matthew McFarland, and James Kiley. This book was published on April 1, 2006 by White Wolf Publishing.
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    Scott Moore
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "I'm still not too sure about this book even after reading it. I think it's probably meant for young readers as the plot is definitive yet a little immature. The story breaks down territorial disputes between different roving packs of werewolves kind of like in the Twilight saga. It's not as corny as the latter though I feel like it lacks a lot of depth in terms of character development and overall plots and subplots. I could see this book being popular with teenagers more so than adults."
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    #7Predators

    Predators

    Predators is a book written by Aaron Dembski - Bowden, Jess Hartley, and Forrest B. Marchinton. This book was published on June 1, 2005 by White Wolf Publishing.

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    Dennis Carr
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "Werewolf the Forsaken, the second core setting game for new World of Darkness is perhaps one of the best roleplaying games published TO DATE! It's just flexible - you can run a generational game in a small valley, or remake Wolfen, or delve into ancestral blood curses similar to Ginger Snaps, or just play it for the combat fun. Instead of cleaving narrowly to a particular adventure type, it offers room for expansion - it feels together. Predators expands it a little further, detailing spirits and going into more detail about the Ridden. "
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    #8Blasphemies

    Blasphemies

    Blasphemies is a book written by Aaron Dembski - Bowden, Chuck Wendig, and Wayne Peacock. This book was published on February 1, 2006 by White Wolf Publishing.

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    Julia Mata
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "This book is a supplement for Werewolf: The Forsaken. When read in conjunction with that book, it's absolutely fascinating as it expands on werewolf creation myths, the Bale Hounds, and spirit cults. I really enjoyed it."
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    #9Lodges: The Splintered

    Lodges: The Splintered

    Lodges: The Splintered  is a book written by Chuck Wendig and Aaron Dembski - Bowden. This book was published on October 1, 2006 by White Wolf Publishing. This book is based on the game Werewolf: The Forsaken.

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    #10Lore of the Forsaken

    Lore of the Forsaken

    Lore of the Forsaken is a book written by James Ray Comer, Aaron Dembski - Bowden, Wayne Peacock, and Stewart Wilson. This book was published on August 1, 2005 by White Wolf Publishing.

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    Ann Carr
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "I'm a longtime LARPer within White Wolf's system via Vampire: The Masquerade but I felt like I wanted something new yet familiar. Werewolf: The Forsaken was an obvious choice that did not disappoint. This book of lore is an absolute must-have for anyone exploring the world and creating their character sheet (whether it be their first or their 50th)."

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Best What are the best werewolf:The Forsaken-books
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Werewolf: The ForsakenBooks 33 Paid
2Lodges: the FaithfulBooks 29 Paid
3Hunting Ground: The Rockies Books 28 Paid
4Blood of the WolfBooks 24 Paid
5Night Horrors WolfsbaneBooks 22 Paid
6TerritoriesBooks 20 Paid
7PredatorsBooks 19 Paid
8BlasphemiesBooks 18 Paid
9Lodges: The Splintered Books 15 Paid
10Lore of the ForsakenBooks 10 Paid
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