Vampire — Parliament of Knives

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About this game

Dominate undead politics through cunning and violence! Will a missing Prince give you the opening to betray your sire and seize power? Or will you remain loyal?

"Vampire: The Masquerade — Parliament of Knives" is a 600,000-word interactive horror novel by Jeffrey Dean, based on "Vampire: The Masquerade" and set in the World of Darkness shared story universe. Your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based—without graphics or sound effects—and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

The undead Prince of Canada's capital city has disappeared, and his second-in-command, Eden Corliss, wants you to find out why. You’ve been loyal to Corliss since she Embraced you and made you a vampire, but this could be your chance to take her place. Will you defend your sire from the accusations flying, or join forces with her rivals to bring her down?

Ottawa's court of immortals is tight-knit and merciless, with tensions between clans that go back centuries. The Prince has been missing for four days, and old alliances are starting to crumble. How will you leverage the political chaos to your advantage? The authorities are already on high alert against a new group of Anarchs in the city, who have been breaching the Masquerade by revealing their true nature. You’ll have to gather evidence to demonstrate which suspects deserve punishment, and you can’t afford to guess wrong. One careless word could get you stabbed in the back—staked through the heart, and left to burn in the sun.

Who will you save when the knives are out?

• Choose from three clans, each with different gifts.
• Flaunt your coercive dominance as a Ventrue, your ark stealth as a Nosferatu, or your heightened senses as a Toreador.
• Master the social scene and ensnare the weak in your thrall.
• Command your own manservant and ghoul.
• Attack the Anarchs in the city, or help them take over.
• Uncover the lies at the heart of Ottawa’s immortal court.
• Romance a sheriff or a seer.
• Feast on the blood dolls of your charismatic ally.
• Play as male, female, or nonbinary; gay, straight, or bi.
Updated on
Nov 2, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

307 reviews
James Taylor
December 26, 2023
Very intricate & large game. Very easy to immerse yourself in the story. No two playthroughs are the same. This stand-alone addition to the series is a true masterpiece & I would certainly rate it 10 stars if I could. The price for the full game & the extras are more than worth it to experience this marvel. For any person who enjoys the supernatural & vampyres, this is one ye certainly do not want to miss out on!
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Adam Young
October 25, 2023
I had a lot of fun playing this game. There are so many stats to choose from, so many different vampire clans and the story itself fits together exceptionally well. The character development is top notch. Lots of intrigue with twists and turns in the narrative. The best part is this is truly a choose your own adventure, you could easily support your sire or work for the Prince, join the anarchs or support the camarilla. This story has excellent replayability.
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Andy Herlofsky
January 1, 2023
Everything you could want in an interactive novel. The only VTM story game that is on par with Night Road. I've played through twice now and the depth of the game is fantastic. Decisions really matter and the story arcs almost demand replaying it at least once to see how differently things can play out. It's a godsend for someone who wants to enjoy the VTM world but doesn't have a group to actually play the real game with. It seems spendy compared to some games but it's worth it.
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