Grass-roots letter writing campaign

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The Lasombra

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Dec 31, 2009, 12:39:33 PM12/31/09
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Its been 10+ years since the last V:TES letter writing campaign. At
that time, we were working to get WOTC to print a new V:TES set. It
didn't end up working, but it did help White Wolf decide to reverse
the license and start printing new sets.

The start of 2010 is a good time to encourage White Wolf and CCP to
better support the V:TES game via better web resources.

Write an email to OrgPlay (at) White-Wolf (dot) com and let him know
what you would like to see on their website.

If he receives 7,000 emails (i.e. one from each registered tournament
player), that would certainly be a powerful statement to the company
about the benefits that any action taken would have for them.

While you're writing, please enquire about the 2010 North American
Championship event that is expected to be held at the "Gathering" of
White Wolf / CCP players in New Orleans on an undisclosed date.


Carpe noctem.

The Lasombra

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Your best source of V:TES information.
Now also selling boxes and individual cards.

Satrapa

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Jan 4, 2010, 4:49:13 PM1/4/10
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I got used that the only useful parts of WW website are storylines and
previews.
It would help if there would be rules officially translated to other
languages (Spanish, German, French, Polish, Hungarian, etc. -
languages used in countries with decent playgroups) on WW website.

Personally I'm concerned about are artist choices far more than the
website and I think that it is far more important than it (there are
quite few people who didn't wanted to play V:tes because they said
that this game have ugly cards).
Do you think that mailing about artists would be good idea?

The Lasombra

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Jan 4, 2010, 6:47:23 PM1/4/10
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On Mon, 4 Jan 2010 13:49:13 -0800 (PST), Satrapa wrote:

>I got used that the only useful parts of WW website are storylines and
>previews.

Storyline's aren't hosted on White Wolf's site. A volunteer is
hosting http://www.vtesstorylines.com/default.aspx

>It would help if there would be rules officially translated to other
>languages (Spanish, German, French, Polish, Hungarian, etc. -
>languages used in countries with decent playgroups) on WW website.

There are some translations here:
http://www.white-wolf.com/vtes/rulebook/translations.html

>Personally I'm concerned about are artist choices far more than the
>website and I think that it is far more important than it (there are
>quite few people who didn't wanted to play V:tes because they said
>that this game have ugly cards).

>Do you think that mailing about artists would be good idea?

Yes.
All feedback they receive in 2010 is good feedback. The more the
better.

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