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Here is a brief intro on things to do to keep interest in V:TES alive locally.
Here are the 10 commandments of V:TES demos as put forth by AtomWeaver.
Here is the Golden Rule Of Demoing by Lönkka, the National Coordinator for Finland.
Here is a demo guide written by Brandon Haas the prince of Aptos, California.
Here is Val's guide to running a demo tournament.
Chris Lynch of Australia put together a 4 page primer to help new players.
GangrelBoy (AKA Rob Reno) put together a rules brief that prints on 2 pages.
Damnans has a process for doing a demo that has been very successful.
Gothenburg has a similar demo process thas has seen some success.
Jay Gannon provided this VTES background handout to help increase interest in demos.
Domain Singapore has rules for a Grooming the Protege event.
Hun Fragment has rules for a Progeny Tournament event.
White Wolf released a Third Edition Players Kit.
There is also a page that details the order of the cards so that you can recreate the decks in the original order for replaying the demo.
The pre-proof version of the Walk Thru is also available.
If you have Acrobat Reader 4 or higher, use this VTES Playmat to introduce new players to the game.
There was a very old demo game online, it has been preserved in 2 PDFs by gymim of the V:EKN Forums. A layout and a playthrough.
There are a number of people that have documented alternate demo decks.
t!MmY the mad !nker
Ector and Tessa
White Wolf's "Pawn Expansion" Demo Decks