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- Blood Addict's Lair: Find players worldwide. Also includes information on finding people to play online via a program called CardTable.
- CCG Workshop, LLC: CCG Workshop is currently Beta testing Rage: Apocalypse on the Gattling Engine. Rage: Tribal War has not been adapted yet. Players are allowed a certain number of free games per month, above that they are charged a pay-per-play fee to offset the cost of the server time.
- Caern of the Screaming Electrons: Dedicated to the Glass Walker tribe, it features card combos and decks based around them. Also includes information on the tribe in general and brief bios of all the Glass Walker characters.
- Children of Gaia: Offers hall of fame and infamy, teachings, sources, and links.
- Darkwolf's Longhouse: Get of Fenris themed page of decks and strategy.
- Laughing Hyena's Rage Homepage: Guide to identifying sets and misprints/promotional cards. Original card artwork by Laughing Hyena. Information on the Ajaba and some Werewolf: the Apocalypse information. Trading lists.
- LeSquale's Totally Unofficial Rage Page: Presents alternate rules for playing campaign games where characters gain experience for each battle won. Also presents unofficial cards and rules for bringing vampires, mages, and other supernatural creatures into your Rage game.
- Little Bear's Lore: Searchable full text database of every Rage card ever printed. Search by title, keyword, artist, cost, and requirements.
- Matt Farney's RALV rules: Home of the official Rage: Tribal War Rulings FAQ
- Penguin's Rest: A collection of Rage graphics for both versions of the game, indexed and neatly organized. Also includes information on Werewolf: the Apocalypse.
- RAGE: Apocalypse & Tribal War Livejournal community: Primary livejournal discussion `group` for Rage. Focuses on card design and previews of upcoming cards and sets. Viewable by anyone and allows anonymous responses to posts. Only members may create new posts.
- Rage Across Las Vegas: Contains a summary of the Rage Across Las Vegas storyline through phase 3.
- Rage CCG Trading: Largest collection of active Rage traders currently available, with frequent updates. Has a reference system in place to ensure trades go smoothly. Also allows crosstrading of other games.
- Rage Online: Includes free download of a program called CardTable which will allow you to play Rage across the internet. Supports both versions of Rage and includes all the cards from every set, including web only releases.
- River Von: Official home of web-only Rage releases and the Rage: Apocalypse storyline. Also contains the Parent's Guide to Rage, information on how to become a Rage artist or make your own cards, and the history of the game.
- Ruyeyama's Rage Page: Contains text file card list downloads of all the Rage: Apocalypse sets and the rules cards that came with them. Also has a download of a BASIC program to calculate moonphase and a listing of the gender of Apocalypse characters.
- Songs-of-Fire's Rage Page: Home of the official Rage: Apocalypse FAQ and the most current revision of the rules.
- Stargazer Home page: Dedicated to the Stargazer tribe, this page focus on Rage: Tribal War. Presents all the Staragazer cards, a card combo section, and background info. Offers a variant tournament format for those wishing to run ongoing campaigns.
- The Unofficial Official Nuwisha Home Page: Contains a guide on how to build a good Rage webpage. Focused on Rage Across Las Vegas. Contains errata, a guide to the foil chase cards with images, and information on the Nuwisha were-coyotes.
- Tom's Rage Page: Contains a Rage choose-your-own-adventure story where you can take on the role of several different Rage personalities as they search for a powerful fetish.
- Wherewolf?-The List: Contact information for Rage players worldwide. Search for players on or offline or add more players to the database.
- Yahoo! Groups : rageinfo: Primary discussion list for Rage rules, announcements, updates, and events. Unregistered members can read messages, but membership is required to post or respond to messages.