You can use 1st, 2nd, 3rd (“revised”), and 4th (“V20”) editions of Vampire: The Masquerade.
You can use 1st, 2nd (Dark Ages: Vampire), and 3rd (“V20”) editions of Vampire: The Dark Ages
You can only publish game content based on the Storytellers System as published in the aforementioned editions of Vampire: The Masquerade and Vampire: The Dark Ages
At this time, you cannot publish the following material:
New core rulebooks
Kindred of the Ebony Kingdom
Kindred of the East
Unlocked Historical settings or time periods outside what is considered the norm for an era. (Victorian Age, Wild West, Great War, etc)
Supernatural types from the World of Darkness other than vampires and ghouls might be referenced but not featured
Crossovers with other White Wolf properties
Copyrighted material that is not White Wolf’s, which also means no crossovers with properties that are not White Wolf’s. For example: no Highlander: The Quickening, Crow: The Risen, etc.
All the material should be kept reasonably within theme (including not big historic changes). For example: no post-apocalyptic Vampire, no steampunk Vampire, etc.
Products based on the Mind’s Eye Theatre (MET) system
Products based on the Storytelling System used for Exalted and Chronicles of Darkness
Products based on Exalted or Chronicles of Darkness (Vampire: The Requiem, Werewolf: The Forsaken, Mage: The Awakening, etc.)
Settings and timelines
You can create content for the Vampire: The Masquerade modern setting, and the Vampire: The Dark Ages historical setting. At this time, you cannot create content for other historical settings, or any other White Wolf product as listed above.
Vampire: The Dark Ages is considered any time from the 5th to the 15th century AD.
At this time, Storyteller System RPG supplements, fiction, and artwork (illustration and photography).
No artwork may be used from any White Wolf publications, except those specifically made available here on StorytellersVault.com. You may use artwork from the Storytellers Vault’s art selection and public domain artwork. You must have permission to use any artwork. Please read the FAQ further for more information on the use of art and logos in your content.
Content creators are required to have secured any image release rights from any models that may appear in any illustrations or photography.
Logos and Trade Dress
The Storytellers Vault logo must appear on the cover of your work. It needs to be legible when viewed at full size. It should not be the primary logo or title on your cover. You may not use any other logos from White Wolf publications on RPG supplements or fiction products, but are encouraged to use the appropriate trade dress whenever possible.
You are highly encouraged, but not required to use the templates provided by White Wolf when creating your work.
You can find the templates here.
The following text must be placed within the Work, wherever the Work otherwise lists legal and copyright information:
World of Darkness, Vampire: The Masquerade, Vampire: The Dark Ages, Werewolf: The Apocalypse, Mage: The Ascension, Wraith: The Oblivion, Changeling: The Dreaming, Hunter: The Reckoning, Demon: The Fallen, Mummy: The Resurrection, Orpheus, Exalted, Chronicles of Darkness, White Wolf, and their respective logos, icons and symbols are trademarks or registered trademarks of White Wolf Entertainment.
This work contains material that is copyright of White Wolf Entertainment. Such material is used with permission under the Community Content Agreement for Storytellers Vault.
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Illegal and Infringing content is not allowed. It is the content creator’s responsibility to ensure that their content does not violate laws, or copyright, trademark, privacy, or other rights.
Content creators who wish to publish extreme material of a decidedly adult nature are required to use the Black Dog label so as to clearly identify this type of content. Content of this nature includes excessive graphic violence, nudity and graphic sexual situations, etc. White Wolf reserves the right to inform content creators that their published material needs to be rebranded under the Black Dog label if necessary.
Create, don’t copy. White Wolf reserves the right to stop publishing and selling your work if it is deemed to go against the spirit of the Storytellers Vault program. All authors should respectfully use the content originally created by White Wolf or other Storytellers Vault creators. For example, if a Storytellers Vault author releases a series of city By Night supplements all set in the same geographic area, and another author takes those supplements, compiles them, and republishes them as a single collection, without substantive original additions or changes, then we would stop publishing and selling that collected work because it adds no value to the Storytellers Vault community content. This type of behaviour will be dealt with harshly, and risks the infringer being permanently expelled from the Storytellers Vault program.