- Beast: The Primordial
- Geist: The Sin-Eaters
- Hunter: The Vigil
- Mummy: The Curse
- Vampire: The Requiem
- Werewolf: The Forsaken
- Genius: The Transgression (fan-game)
- Princess: The Hopeful (fan-game)
- The first edition corebook gives us this gem when describing the setting:
"Superficially, most people in this fictional world live the same lives we do. They eat the same food, wear the same clothes, and waste time watching the same stupid TV shows."
- Two hunters are discussing a new mission they have been given. One complains that it seems like a wild goose chase, to which the other replies "Yeah, well, you know what else they said was a wild goose chase? Finding Bigfoot. But where is he now? In federal prison because he never paid his taxes."
"There's a tree in my basement.""So?""It gives me magic powers.""Yer nuts. Gimme another beer."
- From World Of Darkness: Skinchangers, the intro to "Spirit-Skinner":
- For all the horrifying things given in the God-Machine Chronicles, some of the sample Angels provided here have downright hilarious weaknesses. Highlight include:
- An angel disguised as a cop who is vulnerable to donuts (as in, they cause him Aggravated damages when he touches them);
- One disguised as a servant in a diner who cannot refuse a request for a cup of coffee;
- One who has to subtly reveal his true nature when spoken in spanish... which wouldn't be that bad if not for the fact his human form looks hispanic, has a spanish accent and doesn't speak spanish, not to mention the God-Machine's main enemies are all natural Omniglots.
- Then you have the Lady in Red, an Angel whose task is to ensure two specific people will end up forming a couple, even if she has to ruin their already existing relationships in order to succeed. In other word, her entire role consists in re-enacting your typical Fan-Preferred Couple fanfic plot.