Vampire: The Eternal Struggle Fifth Edition

Fifth Edition: Malkavian


The Children of Malkav are called the lunatics of Kindred society, but just as often they are its oracles. They see the unseen and speak the unspoken truths that will haunt your mind. Make no mistake: they might seem eccentric, but the vampires of Clan Malkavian are serious players in The Eternal Struggle.

This deck is a fast machine of devastation. Your vampires use Obfuscate stealth tactics to sneak past blockers and deliver heavy bleed attacks powered by Dominate. Your combat defense is limited, but who needs protection when your rivals are already ousted?

Contents are detailed below. The number before each card is the number of copies of that card in the deck.

Crypt: (12 cards)
1 Ashley
1 Dr. Stephen Norton
1 Sully
1 Colette
1 Gelasia Fotiou
1 Meaghan
2 Andi Liu
2 Alexander Silverson
2 Donny Kowalczyk

Library: (77 cards)
1 Asylum Hunting Ground
1 Barrens, The
4 Blood Doll
1 Dreams of the Sphinx
1 Elder Library
2 Life in the City
1 Wider View

12 Govern the Unaligned
4 Revelations

4 Bonding
4 Cloak the Gathering
4 Conditioning
4 Faceless Night
2 Foreshadowing Destruction
4 Lost in Crowds
4 Spying Mission

4 Swallowed by the Night

5 Deflection
5 Eyes of Argus
5 On the Qui Vive
5 Telepathic Misdirection

Fifth Edition: Nosferatu

The vampires of Clan Nosferatu are the creeping horrors of the night. Called “Sewer Rats” by some, they hide their grotesque appearance in the dark, using animals as spies and guards. They often take a passive part in The Eternal Struggle, but when they attack, they do so with immense force – their enemies never know what hit them.

This deck starts slowly, building a domain with animal servants and other precautionary measures. You scare off early aggressors or lay traps for them. When the time is right, your vampires strike your enemies’ weak spots with their Potence and Animalism powers. Establish control over the game and put down your rivals one by one.

Contents are detailed below. The number before each card is the number of copies of that card in the deck.

Crypt: (12 cards)
1 Aunt Linda
1 Baixinho
2 Belinde
1 The Dowager
1 Horace Radcliffe
2 Larissa Moreira
2 Lenny Burkhead
1 Ryan
1 Wauneka

Library: (77 cards)
1 Fame
1 Guardian Angel
1 Haven Uncovered
1 The Labyrinth
1 Rebel
1 Slum Hunting Ground
1 Smiling Jack, the Anarch
1 Warsaw Station
4 Vessel

4 Creeping Sabotage
6 Deep Song
2 Preternatural Strength

2 Underbridge Stray

2 Murder of Crows
2 Raven Spy

4 Lost in Crowds

2 Carrion Crows
4 Immortal Grapple
8 Roundhouse
4 Taste of Vitae

4 Cat’s Guidance
4 Guard Dogs
4 Instinctive Reaction
5 On the Qui Vive
4 Protected District
4 The Warrens

Fifth Edition: Toreador

The vampires of Clan Toreador are the creatives and divas of Kindred society, always seeking pleasure and adoration in unlife. They are obsessed with beauty and sensation, weaving their political plots into works of art. While every bit as bloodthirsty as any other kindred, they engage in The Eternal Struggle in style.

This deck will establish political control of the game and reap heavy rewards. Trick opponents to block the “wrong” actions to sneak through devastating blows. Defensive measures are at a minimum – instead focus on overwhelming your prey and maximize profit.

Contents are detailed below. The number before each card is the number of copies of that card in the deck.

Crypt: (12 cards)
1 Nik Sicko
1 Min-Seo
1 Massimo Falconi
1 Bret Stryker
1 Tamoszius
1 Kathy Glens
2 Mkhokheli
2 Flávio Gonçalves
2 Catalina Vega

Library: (77 cards)
1 Art Museum
1 Creepshow Casino
1 Elysium: The Palace of Versailles
1 Society Hunting Ground
4 Toreador Grand Ball
6 Villein

6 Enchant Kindred

4 Consanguineous Boon
8 Kine Resources Contested
4 Parity Shift
1 Toreador Justicar

2 Aire of Elation
4 Bewitching Oration
2 Change of Target
4 Perfect Paragon
6 Voter Captivation

8 Resist Earth’s Grasp
4 Scalpel Tongue

6 Majesty

4 Second Tradition: Domain

Fifth Edition: Tremere

Clan Tremere was once the most secretive clan among vampires, jealously guarding their powers of Blood Sorcery. Now the clan is shattered by internal conflicts, but make no mistake: the Warlocks are still more than active in The Eternal Struggle, and nothing will stand in their way of gaining more power.

This deck is a flexible toolbox. You can either build slowly, getting equipment and mustering many vampires, or put constant pressure on your prey with Dominate-powered bleed actions. Your vampires can either avoid unhealthy encounters or choose to battle when your hand is full of Blood Sorcery combat cards. Your defense is strong – your vampires are always on high alert!

Contents are detailed below. The number before each card is the number of copies of that card in the deck.

Crypt: (12 cards)
2 Ayelech
1 Chrysanthemum
2 Inez Tristao
1 Lauren
1 Lloyd Brooks
1 Nassir
1 Patrik Söderberg
1 Rosalina Cortez
2 Trevon Parker

Library: (77 cards)
1 Academic Hunting Ground
1 Arcane Library
1 Chantry
1 Misdirection
1 Pentex Subversion
1 Wasserschloss Anif, Austria
4 Vessel
1 Wider View

12 Govern the Unaligned
2 Magic of the Smith

1 .44 Magnum
1 Bowl of Convergence
1 Kevlar Vest
1 Sport Bike

6 Bonding
6 Mirror Walk

4 Apportation
10 Theft of Vitae

4 Deflection
6 Eyes of Argus
4 On the Qui Vive
2 Precognition
2 The Spirit’s Touch
4 Telepathic Misdirection

Fifth Edition: Ventrue

Since ancient times, Clan Ventrue have been the royalty of the night, holding the reins of both mortal and undead society. They master every aspect of The Eternal Struggle with political skill and powers of will-bending and thrall-making. If there is a city that the Ventrue don’t already rule, you can be sure that plans are being made…

This deck applies constant pressure with both nefarious politics and heavy bleeding using Presence and Dominate. Your vampires are tireless, fueled with Fortitude powers, and can hail multiple actions towards your enemy each turn. Your defenses are sturdy, with resilient minions and abilities to redirect attacks.

Contents are detailed below. The number before each card is the number of copies of that card in the deck.

Crypt (12 cards):
1 Alexa Draper
2 Alice Chen
1 Brock Sterling
1 Chelsea Blake
2 Horst von Brühl
1 Madison
1 Naomi Stewart
1 Oshri Dahan
2 Sybren van Oosten

Library (77 cards):
1 Anarch Troublemaker
3 Blood Doll
1 Information Highway
1 Misdirection
1 Uptown Hunting Ground
1 Ventrue Headquarters
1 Visit From the Capuchin
2 Wider View

8 Enchant Kindred
4 Intimidation

1 Ancilla Empowerment
7 Kine Resources Contested
5 Parity Shift

4 Bewitching Oration
4 Conditioning
1 Daring the Dawn
6 Freak Drive
2 Voter Captivation

4 Hidden Strength
6 Majesty

6 Deflection
4 The Second Tradition: Domain
4 Wake with Evening’s Freshness



Gines Quinonero - VTES preview Oct 2020

Preview art by Ginés Quiñonero.

Greetings fellow Methuselahs,

The second wave is over us, so of course activity is low. The VEKN ask you to be careful with live VTES events – make sure to follow local regulations and recommendations. But while things are as they are, please contribute to the community online, discuss cards, rules and strategy, and try VTES on Lackey or Tabletop Simulator. Stay safe!

VTES content October 2020

V:TES Mexico is a very nice site in Spanish by and for the Mexico community, with articles, decks, tournament results and more.

• KGS Cards is a US VTES store and distributor that also has a blog with articles about VTES strategy – most recently Karl Schaefer wrote a piece about the upcoming Toreador Fifth Edition deck, and how to modify it!

• The French VTES blog Information Highway (written in English) did a preview article of the Fifth Edition Nosferatu deck – great insights by Serge Cirri!

• The massive and very useful VTES One blog has some new material, for example the article “Banned Cards in VTES (2020 Update)”.

Have you seen any other new good VTES content? Share at forum or VEKN Facebook!

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• The official release date of Fifth Edition had to be postponed to November 30th, which means the new cards in the set will be tournament legal on December 30th.

• Printing proofs of Fifth Editions were received, and Black Chantry CEO Hugh Angseesing was kind enough to do some sneak peek unboxing videos.

• All new cards for Fifth Edition have now been spoiled, and there was quite a bit of discussion about the Nosferatu card Creeping Sabotage. What do you think? Please tell, for example at the forum, VEKN at Facebook, or by mail or social media.

• Playtest round 2 of the next four preconstructed decks (Banu Haqim, Brujah, Gangrel and The Ministry) is soon to begin.

• A small, yet unnamed new expansion set (with a possible accompanying storyline) has been sent to the playtesters. These cards are generally more advanced than the ones in Fifth Edition.

• As stated since 2018, it is the aim of Black Chantry to make as many old VTES cards as possible available for you to buy, as soon as possible (see the updated FAQ). In particular, many players ask for the “VEKN print sets” to appear for sale soon. However, none of this is as easy as it sounds. Currently, art director Ginés Quiñonero is processing all available artwork files. Some art cannot be used, either because the files are lost or corrupt, or because the art is deemed not appropriate. For the VEKN print sets, Black Chantry want to make sure that yet unpaid artists are paid for their work before printing – that was a reasonable chunk of money to save up for. At the top of this newsletter, you see a new piece for a card that needed replacement art, by Ginés himself.
    Then rules director Vincent Ripoll is updating card texts to the most recent wording template, and these changes are proofed both inhouse and by selected playtesters. And then the cards will be fitted into reasonable batches to appear on print-on-demand at Drivethrucards and/or in upcoming store products, as deemed appropriate by product director and lead designer Ben Peal. As you see, this is a somewhat protracted process – Black Chantry appreciate your patience!

• Some products (Heirs of Blood bundles, Sabbat precons, etc.) are sold out and are being reprinted. Some card texts in these have to be changed slightly, so the team is reproofing those files.

BCP products

• Currently these Black Chantry products are available through and other stores:
- Lost Kindred bundle
- Keepers of Tradition Reprint Bundle 1
- Keepers of Tradition Reprint Bundle 2
- Heirs of the Blood Reprint Bundle 1
- Heirs of the Blood Reprint Bundle 2
- Den of Fiends Preconstructed Deck (Also Spanish, French)
- Libertine Ball Preconstructed Deck (Also Spanish, French)
- Pact with Nephandi Preconstructed Deck (Also Spanish, French)
- Parliament of Shadows Preconstructed Deck (Also Spanish, French)
- Anthology I bundle
- VTES Card Creator (Drivethrucards only)
- 25th Anniversary
- First Blood: Malkavian (Also Spanish, French)
- First Blood: Nosferatu (Also Spanish, French)
- First Blood: Toreador (Also Spanish, French)
- First Blood: Tremere (Also Spanish, French)
- First Blood: Ventrue (Also Spanish, French)
- VTES Legacy Card Singles (Drivethrucards only)
- Promo Pack 1 (Drivethrucards only)
- Promo Pack 2 (Event promos only)
- VTES "Parity Shift" playmat
- VTES card sleeves

Do you have opinions or questions for Black Chantry? Start a topic on the VEKN forum, or contact the company by e-mail, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.


Some highlights from the last month:

• A teaser trailer for a yet unnamed Vampire: The Masquerade-themed computer game was released. It is set in Prague and developed by the Swedish company Sharkmob.

• There is now a Vampire: The Masquerade mod for grand strategy game “Crusader Kings 3”! It is called “Princes of Darkness” and allows you to play or encounter many iconic Dark Ages characters, such as Hardestadt, Mithras, Montano, Vladimir Rustovitch and Augustus Giovanni.

• The previously unannounced “The Orpheus Device” is now out, playable on many devices. It is a voice-controlled horror game by Dave Grossman and Richard Dansky – completely free!

• The visual novel RPG video game “Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Heart of the Forest” from Different Tales was released on October 13.

• A brand-new official World of Darkness merchandise store is up. Buy t-shirts, pins, blankets (!) and other stuff with your favourite Vampire sect or clan symbol at


Upcoming events:
Follow local regulations on what physical events are possible. Notice that online tournaments are possible - just note "ONLINE" in the event name when you add the event to the calendar!

For more information on upcoming events see the V:EKN Event Calendar.


You can contact the VEKN Inner Circle members using contact forms at Also follow the VEKN Facebook group, the official VTES Facebook page Vampire: The Eternal Struggle and the official VEKN Twitter account @VEKN_VTES

"Youth is wasted on the young."

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2016 December
- VTES is back in print
- EC 2017 in Berlin
- Design team news
- Rules team news
- The VEKN 2016 recap

2017 January
- New cards soon at the printshop
- EC 2017 update
- Rules team news
- Interview of the month: Desso Alastor about player engagement

2017 February
- Anthology card list revealed!
- Anthology for non-Europeans
- EC 2017 update
- Interview of the month: Ginés Quiñonero about the art of VTES

2017 March
- Important news about the Anthology set
- Two storyline tournaments coming up
- Design team news
- Contribute to the Tournament Winning Deck Archive
- Archon 1.5f is available

2017 April
- Great European Championship attendance
- Anthology previews are ongoing
- Two storylines revealed
- More about World of Darkness Berlin
- What´s designing VTES like?

2017 May
- European Championship 2017 summary
- Interview of the month: Danilo Torrisi, European champion 2017
- NAC and Week of Nightmares coming up
- Design team news

2017 June
- In memoriam: Stewart Wieck 1968-2017
- North American Championship 2017 is over
- Storyline news: “Ascension of Caine” and future storyline material
- Design team news

2017 July
- EC 2018 is played in Warsaw, Poland
- Design team news
- Rules Q & A

2017 August
- World of is here
- Design team news
- Artist in focus: Carmen Cornet
- Player interview of the month: Martin Weinmayer

2017 September
- V:tes European Grand Prix circuit
- A new chance to buy Anthology!
- Design team news
- Artist in focus: Riccardo Fabiani

2017 October
- Happy birthday Vampire: Elder Kindred Network 20 years
- Anthology still for sale
- More about VTES European Grand Prix circuit
- South American Continental Championship 2017
- Australian Continental Championship 2017
- Artist in focus: Noora Hirvonen

2017 November
- Rules changes under consideration
- Anthology still for sale
- Player interview of the month: Kari Hyll

2017 December
- Grand Prix Belgium 24-25 February
- Anthology still for sale
- Player interview of the month: Nicola Lonardi
- The VEKN 2017 recap

2018 January
- Reminder: Grand Prix Belgium 24-25 February
- The first newsletter found!
- Anthology still for sale
- Classic decks part 1: The Ventrue lawfirm

2018 February
- New set update: Lost Kindred
- Official rules changes April 2018
- VEG sponsor: Ultra Pro
- Double VEG tournaments in april!
- VEG Belgium 2018 is concluded
- VTES artist Leif Jones needs your help
- Anthology still for sale

2018 March
- A mysterious letter
- Official rules changes April 2018
- EC 2018 Warsaw registration is open!
- Double Grand Prix weekend coming up
- Storyline spotlight: Antipodean Awakening
- Classic decks part 2: Kindred Spirits stealth-bleed

2018 April
- Our game is back in print
- EC 2018 is being prepared
- Results of double Grand Prix events coming up
- German Championship 2018 in Bochum

2018 May
- Reminder: Official rules changes May 2018
- 51 players at VEG Ibérico España 2018!
- … and the same weekend: VEG Hungary!
- New Brazilian champion: Fernanda Nunes

2018 June
- North American Championship 2018
- Player interview: Bob Joseph, North American champion 2018
- VTES discipline symbols now in VTM

2018 July
- Reminder: Official rules changes August 2018
- Reminder: European Championships 2018 in Warsaw August 24-26
- Mika Nurmikolu wins VEG Helsinki 2018!
- What are the most popular cards in tournament winning decks?

2018 August
- European Championship 2018 summary
- Interview of the month: Ivan Chebunin, European champion 2018
- New VTES blog: Information Highway
- Classic decks part 2: Auspex weenie wall

2018 September
- VEKN is now officially on Facebook
- VTES online on Lackey – how does it work?
- Rules questions from EC 2018

2018 October
- Anthology 1 – Frequently Asked Questions
- Distributor list revealed – and constantly updated
- VEKN Facebook group = success!
- Rules questions

2018 November
- EC Paris will be played August 16-18 2019
- VEG 2018-2019 tournament sites revealed!
- Artist in focus: Ken Meyer Jr.
- One month – three Nordic national championships

2018 December
- Four new pre-constructed decks early 2019 release
- VEG Czech Republic 2019 set
- VEG Bologna 2018 results
- Video introductions to VTES
- Chile National Championship 2018
- Artist in focus: Heather Kreiter

2019 January
- What about the Anthology 1 art?
- Clarification: Cards allowed
- VTES content coming on strong
- Artist in focus: Mark Kelly

2019 February
- Four new precons and Anthology I now in stores
- Official card changes
- Next Grand Prix tournament: Brno, Czech Republic March 16th
- Reflections and rulemongering
- Artist in focus: Javier Santos

2019 March
- VTES product update March 2019
- The EC site is up
- Daniel Gargulak wins Czech Grand Prix 2019
- Enrico De Stefano is the Italian champion 2019
- Frequently asked questions about VTES Card Creator

2019 April
- Mariano Carbonero Roman wins Grand Prix Iberia 2019
- Mailton Silva is the 2019 Brazilian champion
- Major events in May
- Accommodation in Paris for EC 2019
- Rules Q & A

2019 May
- Happy 25th birthday VTES!
- VTES soon in both Portuguese and Russian
- New alternate art promo: Entrancement
- In june: North American Championship 2019
- Radek Wróblewski wins GP Poland 2019
- Jorge Delgado is the 2019 champion of France
- Spanish champion 2019: Gabriel Ron
- Ralf “Extrala” Lammert 2019 German champion

2019 June
- Register for EC 2019 now!
- North American Championship 2018
- Player interview: Corwin Brindley, North American champion 2019
- Meet the VEKN: Kleber Bertazzo, National Coordinator Brazil

2019 July
- First Blood – new intro decks soon available
- European Championship in Paris coming up
- Martin Weinmayer wins Grand Prix Helsinki 2019!
- More video content from Spain

2019 August
- European Championship 2019 summary
- Interview of the month: Otso Saariluoma, European champion 2019
- Gilles Molina is the 2019 Belgian champion

2019 September
- Reminder: VEKN now have a code of ethics
- Australian/New Zealand Continental Championship coming up
- Esa-Matti Smolander is the champion of the wrong country 2019!
- New great VTES content

2019 October
- 2019-2020 European Grand Prix revealed
- VTES North American Cup series revealed
- VTES South American Cup series revealed
- Steven Baldwin is the 2019 Australian/New Zealand Continental champion
- Johann Louie Ong is the 2019 Asian champion
- Rules spotlight: Action modifiers
- Meet the VEKN: Rudolf Scholz, National Coordinator of Germany

2019 November
- Alessandro Donati wins Grand Prix Bologna 2019
- Rivanildon Frazão is the 2019 South American champion
- Karl Schaefer wins North American Cup 2019: Denver
- Tommi Hakomaa is the Finland 2019 champion
- Zsolt Ciraki is the Hungarian champion 2019
- Ricardo Marta is the champion of Portugal 2019
- Nikolaj Wendt is the 2019 Danish champion
- Meet the VEKN: Mark Loughman, National Coordinator of USA

2019 December
- VTES product update December 2019
- Single card buffet on Drivethrucards!
- Important dates now set!
- Bill Troxel wins North American Cup Ohio 2019!
- 2019 in retrospect – A great year for vtes

2020 January
- Get ready for VTES Fifth Edition “spoiler season”!
- The European Championship site is up!
- Major tournaments in February: Chile and Canada
- Clarification: Limited tournaments
- Classic decks: The Goratrix wall

2020 February
- Major tournaments in March: Grand Prix in Spain and Germany
- Gonzalo Del Río wins South American Cup Santiago 2020!
- Marshall Hogue wins North American Cup Hamilton 2020!
- Card changes and clarifications in VTES Legacy Card Singles
- Artist in focus: Samuel Araya

2020 March
- A word from Hugh
- Tomás López Jiménez won Grand Prix ibérico 2020!
- Artist in focus: Amy Wilkins

2020 April
- Black Chantry FAQ, april 2020
- EC 2020 cancelled or postponed
- Play VTES online!
- Meet the VEKN: Wes Weston, National Coordinator of Canada

2020 May
- Yes, online tournaments can be VEKN ranked!
- Open playtest of potential rules change: Contesting vampires
- The VEKN Facebook group is growing
- Recent great VTES content
- Meet the VEKN: Tomasz Izydorczyk, National Coordinator of Poland

2020 June
- The current tournament situation
- VTES in the news!
- The Fifth Edition set symbol: The Camarilla ankh
- Meet the VEKN: Gonzalo Del Río, National Coordinator of Chile

2020 July
- August 2020 card bans – Frequently Asked Questions
- Meet the VEKN: Neil Muller, National Coordinator of South Africa

2020 August
- No change of vampire contest rule
- Create your own library cards!
- Changes for VEKN mailing list
- Meet the VEKN: Deneš Kociš, National Coordinator of Croatia

2020 September
- VTES Online World Championship 2020
- VTES Online 2020 so far
- An update about prize support
- Aldo Fernández d'Ambrosio wins Torneig Invitacional Lliga Catalana 2019-2020
- We need newsletter content!

October 2020
- Recent great VTES content
- At last, a newsletter index!
- We need newsletter content!

November 2020
- Bill Troxel is the 2020 World Online Champion!
- Decks to beat: November
- Recent great VTES content
- We need newsletter content!

December 2020
- The memoirs of a former new player
- Chronicle of the Lost Tribe
- Decks to beat: December
- VEKN on Facebook now 1.918 members!

January 2021
- New Legacy cards added – some with significant changes!
- Delmar Sittoni wins the Brasilian National Championship!
- The Fifth Edition online VTES rulebook is now available!
- The advantages of being a new player today
- Decks to beat: January

February 2021
- Deckbuilding with the champion
- Walking the path of the archetype
- Decks to beat: February

March 2021
- SAC 2020 on Lackey: Connecting with the community
- Rules Q & A
- Decks to beat: March

April 2021
- VEKN sets on Kickstarter in May!
- Great content spotlight: La Mazmorra de Pachero
- Decks to beat: April
- VTES Strategies: Stealth-bleeding

May 2021
- Preconstructed decks box fronts revealed
- Atlantic Cup this weekend!
- Decks to beat: May

June 2021
- The return of iconic vampires
- Bram van Stappen wins Atlantic Cup 2021!
- Winner interview: Bram van Stappen
- In memoriam: Fernando Cesar
- Decks to beat: June
- VTES strategies: Combat doesn´t win

July 2021
- Introducing: The Ministry
- Rules Q & A
- Official card text updates
- Decks to beat: July
- VEKN on Facebook now 2,059 members!

August 2021
- Introducing: Gangrel Anarchs
- Final seating rule change in playtest
- 13 tournaments in the North American Championship week!
- VTES in pandemic times: The Mexican Anarca League
- More VTES in pandemic times: Sede de Vitae
- Rules Q & A
- Decks to beat: August

September 2021
- The return of live undead tournaments
- VTES has a new official Discord server!
- The Spanish national championships will be massive!
- Decks to beat: September
- VTES strategies: The subtlety of politics

October 2021
- Four new preconstructed decks soon at your store!
- Reminder: VTES Online World Championship 2021 coming up
- Reminder: The Spanish National Championship
- Ultra Pro sponsors European tournaments
- Player interview: Alex Romano, North American Champion 2021
- Decks to beat: October

November 2021
- Juan Rodriguez is the 2021 South American champion!
- David Fraile Zamorano is the 2021 Spain national champion!
- Akseli Jalava is the 2021 Finland champion!
- Emiliano Imeroni is the 2021 Belgium champion!
- The best VTES cards ever?

December 2021
- New rule for final round seating
- New tournament ranking categories
- Vader Dorian is the Online World Champion 2021!
- Łukasz Ho Thanh is the 2021 Middle European Champion!
- Even more new promo cards!
- Send in cool VTES content!

January 2022
- Save the date: European Championship 2022 in Helsinki, Finland July 29-31
- Gianluca Bianco is the 2021 Italian Champion!
- Rudolf Scholz wins New Year´s Rumble!
- Interview with a vampire legend
- Crafting Vampire: The Eternal Struggle

February 2022
- The Fight Club (Part 1)
- Rules Q & A
- Recent great VTES content

March 2022
- New Blood release and legality dates are set!
- Grand Prix tournaments starts again - first out: Malmö, Sweden
- James Salt is the UK VTES 2021 champion!
- Do you want to organize the VTES Online World Championship 2022?
- The Fight Club (Part 2)

April 2022
- More VTES now on print-on-demand!
- European Championship 2022 in Helsinki is _ON_!
- Several national championships coming up!
- Atlantic Cup 2022 coming up!
- New great VTES content
- VTES demonstration games at Ficzone

May 2022
- Vampire: The Eternal Struggle production update May 2022
- Time to pre-register for the European Championship!
- Bill Troxel is the Atlantic Cup 2022 champion!
- Double demo games in Zaragoza!
- Demo games at Modena Play!
- Sealed deck tournament in Mexico City!
- Rules Q & A
- Vampire: The Eternal Struggle stool of the month

June 2022
- Don´t forget to pre-register for the European Championship!
- Bill Troxel is the 2022 North American champion!
- Noora Hirvonen is the European Grand Prix Hyvinkää champion!
- Alain Greiner is the European Grand Prix Aix en Provence champion!
- Ricardo Felipe Marta is the 2022 National champion of Spain! (139 players!!)
- Thomas "Nuggetz" Cornaz is the 2022 National champion of France!
- Demo games all over the world!
- Great VTES content

July 2022
- European Championship 2022 summary
- Interview of the month: Otso Saariluoma, European champion 2022
- EC 2023 will be in Barcelona, Spain
- Sebastian Fredenberg wins Grand Prix Malmö!
- Bram Van Stappen is the 2022 Belgian champion!
- South American Grand Prix circuit set!

August 2022
- Håvard Skjevling is the 2022 Norwegian champion!
- Ricardo Molina Sobreira is the 2022 Brazilian champion!
- VTES has new playtest coordinators!
- How to tackle a VTES tournament
- Artist in focus: Mitch Mueller

September 2022
- Michal Drahokoupil is the 2022 Czech champion!
- The Road to Pulled Fang - Why is Czech organized play so successful?
- The European Grand Prix season 2022-2023 started with GP Warsaw!
- Alternate art anarch convert!
- Upcoming tournaments
- Black Chantry Summary: September 2022

October 2022
- Javier Naranjo wins Grand Prix Benidorm 2022!
- Welcome to Grand Prix Bologna!
- Alessandro Donati is the 2022 champion of Italy!
- Hernán Rodríguez is the South American Cup champion 2022!
- Meet the VEKN: Jani Malmi, National Coordinator of Finland