I wasn't terribly happy with the list of topics I initially came up with for my remix of the Vampire Challenge. They seemed a tad corny in terms of Vampire, and were really showing the legacy of the D&D rules. Particularly all the parts about "enemies" and the like. So, I went back over the list and redid some of them. I'm quite a bit happier with these topics, but I'm still not 100% sure these are the "30 coolest things to talk about when talking about Vampire."
Day 1 How you got started
Day 2 Favorite Camarilla Clan
Day 3 Favorite Non-Camarilla Clan
Day 4 Favorite City/Setting
Day 5 Your favorite set of dice/individual die
Day 6 Humanity
Day 7 Paths of Enlightenment
Day 8 Favorite Edition
Day 9 Favorite Character You Have Played
Day 10 Favorite Character You Haven’t Played
Day 11 Craziest thing that’s happened that you saw (to party/character/your players etc)
Day 12 Favorite Adventure You Have Ran
Day 13 Favorite Chronicle Concept
Day 14 Favorite Alternate Setting
Day 15 Favorite NPC
Day 16 Favorite Theme
Day 17 Favorite Conflict
Day 18 Favorite Story Archetype
Day 19 Boon and social obligations
Day 20 Primogen and power
Day 21 Harpies and social games
Day 22 Feeding and the hunt
Day 23 Virtues and Degeneration
Day 24 Favorite Background
Day 25 Favorite McGuffin
Day 26 Favorite Discipline
Day 27 A character you want to play in the future
Day 28 A character you will never play ever again
Day 29 Favorite Supplement
Day 30 Best DM You’ve Had
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