In August 2017 we presented the Werewolf 20A Bundle, featuring the 20th Anniversary Edition from Onyx Path Publishing of Werewolf: The Apocalypse, the RPG of savage horror originally published in 1992 by White Wolf. Werewolf‘s animist eco-warriors rage against powerful corporations and spiritual evils that poison the world. Imbued with power from the spirits of Earth and Moon, these doomed heroes vow to sell their lives dearly. They can’t win, but they won’t give up.
Onyx Path launched the W20 project with a high-profile October 2012 Kickstarter campaign that funded a gorgeous new incarnation. The massive new rulebook presents all the Garou Tribes and other wereraces (including the three lost Tribes), hordes of antagonists, long lists of Gifts and fetishes, and extensive full-color artwork. The Anniversary Edition also updates the setting and lightly updates the 2000 Apocalypse Revised rules (presented in our two February 2016 Werewolf offers). Like Onyx Path’s other anniversary volumes, W20 is a love letter to Werewolf fans who for decades have loyally stuck by their game.
This bargain-priced collection included the corebook, many supplements, and everything you need for a complete chronicle of sacred struggle against Apocalypse. There were four titles in our Garou Collection (retail value $60), including the complete full-color 555-page Werewolf 20th Anniversary corebook and the W20 update of the essential Changing Breeds player’s guide, as well as the beautiful Art of the Changing Breeds illustration book. After launch we added the W20 Cookbook (retail $5), an actual cookbook with 20 actual recipes, one for each Garou Tribe — and some of them are vegan!
Those who paid more than the threshold (average) price also got our entire Storyteller Collection with eight more titles worth an additional $65, including Rage Across the World (retail price $13), Umbra: The Velvet Shadow (retail $15), Kinfolk: A Breed Apart (retail $13), the Storytelling Adventure System scenario Skinner (retail $7), and the W20 Storyteller Screen (retail $2). After launch we added the Werewolf Translation Guide (retail $4) with advice on converting Apocalypse elements to Werewolf: The Forsaken and vice versa; Songs of Sun and Moon (retail $3), an anthology of seven stories celebrating Gaia’s shapeshifting Fera children; and the Wyld West Expansion Pack (retail $8), which updates the mechanics and setting of Werewolf: The Wild West (1997) for the W20 Anniversary Edition.
Ten percent of each payment (after gateway fees) went to the charity selected by Onyx Path Publishing, the International Wolf Center.