Sorcery and Necromancy
Picking up momentum, here’s Chapter Four, covering the blood magic of the Assamites and the Setites, as well as the various takes on Necromancy of the Giovanni (as well as minor nods to other Necromancers). Matthew turned in a fairly clean draft, although I was more diligent on cleaning up his British English this time around.
One thing to note is there’s another reference to the Telyavelic Tremere here. The Giovanni believe them dead, but I wrote in a page XX reference that will point back to the Sabbat chapter. I kept it in, though, because I think this kind of “he said, she said” Kindred opinion is a stable of Vampire: The Masquerade, but I’m still thinking over the best way to make it clear to the reader that this is intentional without painting potential chronicle options into a corner.
Also, not as many new rituals in this one because there’s a lot of material to cover in a smaller space. Plus, a lot of this points to the converted material in Chapter Seven, so I’m hoping it ultimately balances out.