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The Dark Archive

By James Davey

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The Dark Archive is a Podcast showcasing the history of White Wolf's World of Darkness. Portions of these materials are the copyrights and trademarks of White Wolf Publishing AB, and are used with permission. All rights reserved. For more information please visit Dark Archive material is not Official White Wolf materia

Customer Reviews

Amazing exploration of the WoD lore and beyond

James' performance and research into the lore of the World of Darkness is amazing. Not just a reading of some wiki page, he's read into the real world inspirations behind the World of Darkness to spin his own take. The podcast is dark, intense, and deeply informative (which may be a bad thing in a world where knowing too much can get you killed or worse).

Definitely worth a listen and a subscription.

Keep up the great work!

I listen to several WoD podcasts, and love them all. But none of them deep dive into the material as much as this one has done so far. James' love for the material really shows through, and you can tell that he's really done his homework on researching here. This podcast is definitely becoming part of my regular listening rotation.

Fantastic Production!

The Dark Archive 100% delivers on the classic World of Darkness’s tone and mystique. Jame’s in-depth knowledge of the material and his passion for the subject are immediately evident, and his skill as a storyteller is top-shelf. This podcast is absolutely worth your time.

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