New York City Underworld
We urge all the people of this great city to avoid the underworld beyond the lighted pathways. These are regularly patrolled by New York's Finest!Below New York City is a vast network of tunnels and passage ways for various purposes. Many of these are forgotten while others are filled activity. The biggest network of tunnels are used for the New York Metro system and the sewage and utilities systems. Each of these tunnels is home to many rodents and insects. Various city services ensure that these tunnels are maintained and cleaned. But they do not reach all the places. These dark places are home to many supernatural beings. Some simply to hide from human contact, others to find refuge from the Hunters.
VampiresOne of the most common inhabitants of the underworld. Although vampires generally prefer to live above ground the underground offers a place without any sunlight and plenty of pray. The vampires found below are usually outcasts or have a bounty on their head. However, rumors has it that the vampires below are united by a powerful vampire, but the hunter's of the guild have not been able to eradicate this infestation.
JogahThere are a number of Jogah communties in the underworld. They used to live in natural caverns but have expanded their habitat considerably. They are often in conflict with the other inhabitants of the underworld. This is especially true for the Undercity Dwellers.
Monsters & BeastsA wide range of small and midsized monsters and beasts have made their home here. They feed on each other, litter and the occasional maintenance worker. These belong to a wide range of species and most were imported from all over the globe. They then either escaped capture or were released by their owners.
Fun! Hunters Guild reminds me of Hunters Point in Long Island City where we would visit my uncle and aunt. : ). I'm reminded of being a kid and training past abandoned subway stations that you could still make details of in the low lighting. One of my favorite urban geographies in any rpgs with a metropolis. Tx for sharing!
Thank you for your comment! Had to look up Long Island City, thanks for the hint, might integrate this in some way or another. :)
That'd be cool!
Dr Emily Vair-Turnbull
'... most were imported and escaped from all over the globe.' Oh no. It's kind of like the stories of people flushing baby alligators and stuff down their toilets and them ending up in the sewer. Really interesting. I wonder if the rumours of a vampire leader are true.