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What does VAV stand for?

VAV stands for Victorian Age Vampire


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It was hoped by many that Victorian Age: Vampire would be successful enough to spawn its own series, much like the Dark Ages line had with Dark Ages: Werewolf, Dark Ages: Mage and so forth. Unfortunately, only three VA:V books were produced (and a trilogy of novels) before the World of Darkness ended. Werewolf: The Wild West however takes place in a similar time, so even if it takes place on another continent it can be used supplementally.
This take on the game provides lore as to what was going on with the different clans during the Victorian era. This aspect of play is detailed in its own source book entitled "Victorian Age Vampire.
Choose whether you want to be a historic vampire or a modern one, a specific fictional character or your own concept. To be a suave, debonair or glamorous historical vampire, choose a costume inspired by formal wear. Any of our Victorian vampire costumes would be great. Add accessories such as a cane, a ring or medallion with faux gems, and vampire fangs. To become a modern, fierce vampire, choose a sexy or menacing costume and add gory fake blood to your pale makeup.
Some of the greatest works in the English language were produced during her reign. An entire new literary genre emerged: the horror story. Vampires, ghosts and werewolves entered popular culture. Our collection of Victorian costumes reflects this. You can become a natty Victorian vampire, or haunt your ancestral manor as a ghost. If horror isn't your thing, you can act out a Charles Dickens novel as a Christmas caroler.