I seem to like the Promethean story better, however the Werewolf the Forsaken book makes me feel good and that is why I read it. Back in the days when I played D&D there was this isolated village, and we went to the bartender than sat down, and everything was fine, however I looked up and shockingly noticed that absolutely every single person in the place was staring at me, than just as quickly they all looked away and I could not be sure about what I had seen. So I have thought of werewolves as evil creatures in the past. They try to hide the human body parts that they are snacking on (but not that well hidden). Here the werewolves are moderators of the world of darkness. There are different groups of them divided into territories. It is a sided struggle, along with negotiation, and a nurturing Goddess. So therefore this is perhaps a chance to examine. You can still have evil wolves, however they are not all single minded. Since it feels so good to read, I have to give it the five stars, but I was much more enthralled by the horror in the Promethean book. There are so many game worlds to consider, and that is probably the real question. For the first time in a very long time, the same guy can not make everything! I would look at several core books.
[5 of 5 Stars!]