There are two remaining WoD games to cover, Mummy: The Resurrection and Demon: The Fallen.
Mummy: The Resurrection
Mummy wasn’t originally a standalone game, but a somewhat odd sourcebook published for Vampire in 1995. (The cover has logos for both VtM and the WoD in general, but it has the green marble cover of VtM.) A second edition under the WoD label was published in 1996. They’re both easy to get cheap, because they’re not really all that popular. I don’t particularly recommend them except for historical interest–White Wolf got much better in later years with a) game design and b) foreign cultures (not perfect, but better).
2001 was White Wolf’s Egyptian/Middle Eastern-themed “Year of the Scarab”. They had various theme years where several games would get tie-in sourcebooks and sometimes a new game was released–Kindred of the East came out of Year of the Lotus, Hunter out of the Year of Reckoning (not Year of the Hunter, which was several years earlier), and so forth. In addition to Mummy, they released:
- VtM: Cairo By Night
- WtA: Rage Across Egypt
- MtA: Lost Paths: Ahl-i-Batin and Taftani
- HtR: Holy War
- VtDA: Veil of Night
The year climaxed with the release of MtR, which reworked Mummy into a better system and setting.
There were only two MtR rulebooks released: the core rulebook and the Players Guide. Each one can be picked up for around $15 or less–for $30 you could have a complete collection from Amazon right now. That’s why I list the other tie-ins; although not strictly MtR, the first two editions of Mummy are more part of this game line than any other.
The only tie-in product I’m aware of is a fiction trilogy, also titled “Year of the Scarab”.
Demon: The Fallen
2002 was White Wolf’s “Year of the Damned” (including WoD: Mafia, which seems to be stretching the theme a bit, but it was a looser theme than some of the others). The new game was Demon: The Fallen, the second-to-last core game for the cWoD and the last traditional, open-ended one.