The Silver Crown

The Silver Crown
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Series: Werewolf: the Apocalypse
Genres: Dark fantasy, Horror
Tag: werewolves
Publisher: White Wolf
Publication Year: 1995
Length: Novel
ASIN: 1565048822
ISBN: 1565048822
The King of the Silver Fangs is dead—long live the King! The tribe is torn by inner strife as two werewolves battle for ascension to the throne. Lord Albrecht has long been exiled from the court of his tribe, but he must return to claim the throne, lest his corrupt cousin gain the leadership of the Fangs—and deliver the tribe into the hands of the Wyrm. Albrecht must now embark upon a dangerous journey through the Spirit World to reclaim the long-lost heirloom of the most noble of Gaia's tribes—the Silver Crown. The Silver Crown is the second in a series of novels based on the World of Darkness card game Rage. It is written by Bill Bridges, line developer for White Wolf Game Studio's Werewolf: The Apocalypse roleplaying game.
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The King of the Silver Fangs is dead—long live the King!

The tribe is torn by inner strife as two werewolves battle for ascension to the throne. Lord Albrecht has long been exiled from the court of his tribe, but he must return to claim the throne, lest his corrupt cousin gain the leadership of the Fangs—and deliver the tribe into the hands of the Wyrm.

Albrecht must now embark upon a dangerous journey through the Spirit World to reclaim the long-lost heirloom of the most noble of Gaia’s tribes—the Silver Crown.

The Silver Crown is the second in a series of novels based on the World of Darkness card game Rage. It is written by William Bridges, line developer for White Wolf Game Studio’s Werewolf: The Apocalypse roleplaying game.

Originally published in 1995.

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