(Updated 5/05/04)

Got something you'd like to send us?

Stop lying around and do it!!!

We receive all art and writing submissions via e-mail. Please send all submissions to (The Renegade Lord).

When you send us a submission, please indicate that it's a submission in the email's title: something like Wraith Project Submission would be super.

If you're going to be sending something larger than 200K, you might want to consider sending it as a ZIP file. This makes things easier for our mailbox, not to mention downloading.

Written submissions should be sent as plain text in the body of an email. You can also send it as .txt or .rtf files.

Do not send things as Docs unless their having been done up as a doc. file is integral to the presentation of the submission.

You can also send written submissions to us as a .pdf file, but please make sure they're legible at 100%

Art can be sent in any format (jpg, gif, pdf, etc.), but the more user-accessible you make it, the better. If we can't open it, we can't use it.


We want articles for Wraith: the Oblivion, Wraith: the Great War, Orpheus and Exalted: the Abyssals. We want it all, we want it now.

We want rules additions and changes. We want fiction. We want settings and characters. We want one-shot submissions, and we want pieces of a larger work that will be featured on the site. We want Netbooks you wrote, or are in the process of writing, and we want you to help out in our Open Projects

You got it? We want it. Send it in.

Note that we cater to an English-speaking audience, and prefer to have our articles in English (British or American spelling). We can make exceptions, though.

Also note that we prefer to be offered things that haven't previously appeared on other WOD websites (except for your own, private ones, of course)

And also note that we have to adhere to White Wolf's fair use laws. Please don't send us anything they might have to ask us to remove.

If we want revisions to material, we'll notify the author. We prefer to have the author write all revisions himself, but in cases where the article needs what we call a "grammar scrub" - due to bad spelling or grammar mistakes - we'll most likely fix it ourselves.

In truth, almost anything sent in will be accepted as long as it's on-topic or at least tangential to the four games listed above. The only lines we'd care to draw are ones of (1) good taste and (2) hateful matter.

What do we mean by good taste? When it comes to disgusting and degrading situations or the like, we're willing to run things so long as they don't "go too far". Things that are a bit on the nasty side will be noted as "Shadow Eaten," so as to not unduly surprise some of our users with weak stomachs or moral objections. However, shock for its own sake gets really tedious and offensive after a while, and we'd rather leave such tawdry matter behind.

What do we mean by hateful matter? Obviously, we mean bigotry and prejudice, but we've featured articles that use slurs in context, or in which racism is one of the major themes. We draw the line at the point where we think that instead of portraying prejudice as a real-life issue in a manner conducive to confronting it, it's being presented for needless shock value, or because you are prejudiced, yourself.

In either case, don't let the caveats strangle your vision. We can't really provide a list of "don't"s because we can't tell if something's too much or too far unless we've seen it. Just send it in and let the oboli fall where they may.


As with the written submissions, almost anything will be accepted as long as it's on-topic or at least tangential to Wraith: the Oblivion. But there is a line to be drawn when it comes to (1) good taste and (2) sexual materials.

Good taste? See above for helpful hints, and keep in mind that with art, we have to be a little more careful than we might be with the written word.

Sexual Materials? Nudity is a cornerstone of artistic endeavor, of course, but pornographic materials are the sort of thing that cause problems for servers. Where does nudity become pornography? As usual, we'd have to see it to tell you.