The Covenants were given a similarly drastic change in tone, with a short bit of fiction to show just how they operate, and again motivations and methodologies are called out and communicated in a way that is best suited to getting players to get a strong grasp of their characters. The vampiric condition is given a thorough treatment as well, though again the tone of the book is one dedicated to teaching by example rather than the less engaging recital of facts. The Character Creation rules are similar to that of the God-Machine Chronicle, with the use of Experiences, Aspirations and a few interesting new systems. Touchstones are persons, places or things that remind a character of her humanity and keeps her grounded. Think of them as a memento or sorts that help anchor a Vampire by reminding him of his time as a human.
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In addition to updating the mechanics, White Wolf revised the lore around these blood-suckers to become more game-friendly and less splatbook dependent. Combined with the unique powers that come standard-issue with each vampire, the various combinations of clan and covenant can yield completely different kinds of Kindred. The possibilities for both hardcore roleplayers and hardcore undead number-crunchers are absolutely dizzying. Special mention, of course, must be given to the Strix who grace the title of the book.