Inside this book, you'll find everything you need to play a game of MET Werewolf.
According to folklore, when transformed they are nearly mindless, ravening creatures and can be killed only with a silver weapon.
Modern media versions of these creatures have ranged from the very traditional to the very tongue-in-cheek, but they've all proved one thing: werewolves are nearly as popular as their vampire rivals.
MET: Werewolf The Apocalypse is a shared storytelling game about werewolves--an epic of righteous rage fueling an endless war to destroy corruption and stem the upcoming ecological disaster brought upon the world by the greed of humans backed by supernatural evil. But despite the very clear and present danger, the werewolves cannot even agree on the best way to fight the war that faces them.
It's a violent, savage, and very physical story about fighting what may very well be a hopeless war against the corporate greed that threatens to ruin Mother Earth..yet the war must be fought, because the alternative--surrender--is unthinkable. They argue and debate strategies even as the petrochemical poisons spread to the food supply.
Later chapters cover the political and social structures of this setting, the dangerous world in which your character exists, and guide you through methods of storytelling the game.
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Outnumbered, outgunned, out of time, the Garou must either find a way forward together, or perish before the power of the forces aligned against them. Mind's Eye Theatre (MET) is the direct descendant of more traditional types of roleplaying, but instead of sitting at a table describing actions or navigating through the virtual adventure of a video game, MET is about the physicality of the experience: participants wear cool costumes that represent their characters, and elaborately decorate the playing area to give their stories visual appeal and a higher degree of immersion.
They act out their characters' choices in real-time, similar to actors in a play; and they react emotionally to the awful and wonderful events of the story.
Each day is a constant struggle to continue your sacred duty to protect Gaia, while dealing with the consequences of your overwhelming rage.