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Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 Trailer

A new animated trailer introduces background and disciplines for Thinbloods, one of the clans in Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2, the upcoming action/RPG sequel. This clip should resonate with anyone who's ever found their appetite stimulated by the sight of a rat scurrying around their home. Here's word:

Paradox Interactive today revealed additional details about the background and disciplines for Thinbloods found in Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2. Players begin the game as a newly embraced Thinblood, a second-class group of vampires with abilities weaker than those from one of the great clans. As the story progresses, players will eventually join one of the five full-blooded Kindred clans, each of which will be revealed in the coming weeks.

Thinbloods are a recent, weaker strain of vampire who face a constant struggle to survive in the World of Darkness. While they are often treated as second-class citizens by full-blood Kindred, Seattle’s leadership has been uncharacteristically tolerant of Thinbloods. As Seattle has only relatively recently come under Camarilla control, it remains a city of opportunity where Thinbloods can navigate their way into the higher circles of vampire society; however, they are rarely shown the same respect or legal standing that full-blood clan members enjoy.

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