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Sevastyan Seliverstov
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Vampire The Masquerade Redemption Mod [EXCLUSIVE]

The wars in ancient times can include undead factions, as a new mod for Crusader Kings 3 based on Vampire: The Masquerade is now available a day after the game was released. Crusader Kings 3 is a grand strategy game about warring dynasties across the ancient world, while Vampire: The Masquerade is a tabletop RPG set in contemporary times, about warring factions of vampires vying for control of society.

Vampire The Masquerade Redemption Mod

There was once a Vampire: The Masquerade spin-off called Dark Ages: Vampire, which uses a setting similar to that of Crusader Kings 3. In Dark Ages: Vampire, the undead didn't work as hard to conceal their identity, leading to their near destruction at the hands of the Inquisition. This period of vampire history was shown in Vampire: The Masquerade - Redemption, and it was used as a basis for a mod in Crusader Kings 2.

Though celebrated as the hero of Prague, Christof soon learns that Ahzra was a Tzimisce vampire, and not without allies; revenants attack the convent. Fearing that Christof has brought this evil upon them, and also jealous of his burgeoning love for Anezka, the archbishop Geza banishes Christof from the convent and charges him to defend the town after dark. His heroics have not gone unnoticed by Prague's Kindred; Ecaterina the Wise, a Promethean Brujah, Embraces him before the other clans have a chance. Christof laments his lost soul, but pledges himself to the Promethean cause, hoping to find redemption and his love, Anezka.

Blood may be gained by feeding on mortals or other vampires, including other members of the party, or by finding or buying vessels of blood, which include decanters of vitae, blood packs or rats. Killing a mortal while feeding lowers the player's Humanity; drinking a vampire to death does not, and diablerie is not implemented in the game, with a pair of exceptions. Committing it has narrative impact and also lowers the Humanity rating. Frenzy is faithfully reproduced; a vampire in its grip is no longer controlled by the player, and will attack enemies or attempt to drain the nearest vessel (including his or her allies) when low on blood. Rötschreck is not implemented, though fire increases a character's Frenzy rating dramatically (adding to the potency of the Lure of Flames).

Firstly, activate the console by going to the game shortcut and adding -console after the vampire.exe" (it must go AFTER the quotation marks).Then, while in game, hit the "" key to bring up the console. With the console up, enter:


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