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Seattle by Night

In-Game Date: April 5th, 2021

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Seattle, Washington. This city has always been a place people moved to in hopes of reinventing themselves. The city, in the last couple of years, has been on quite the up-and-up. From the tech-boom to the announcement of the global conglomerate, Pentex, opening their new "Western-Branch" headquarters within the city, Seattle seems to be experiencing some prosperous times. At least that is how it appears on the surface. Scratch any surface, however, and you might find some rot below.

Seattle has been a haven to vampires since it was nothing more than a glorified logging camp. They have their undead fingers in all kinds of metaphorical pies. Pies like businesses, music scenes, even revolutionary ideals. The facade of a city on the up-and-up isn't quite true, either. Yes, Seattle is seeing a boom in certain fields but the size of the gap between those who "have" and those who "have not" is growing even larger.

Seattle's Camarilla has existed for over 150 years. It has survived both Sabbat incursions, supported by their operations in Las Vegas, and Anarch revolts, supported by some powerful Barons from California's various cities. The Camarilla has even, if rumors are to be believed, withstood a Lupine attack or two. Lucky for them, though, they've never faced a battle on multiple fronts. That is, never more than one enemy faction at a time. What happens, though, when all these enemies rear their heads and attack at once?

There is a dark electricity in the air of Seattle.

In Vampire: the Masquerade, the players assume the role of vampires, immortal beings cursed with an unquenchable thirst for blood and vulnerability to sunlight – creatures forever bound to their inner Beast (the animal urges of hunger, fear, and rage). It is a game of personal horror, as the characters are continually forced to walk a moral tightrope between their need to survive and the horrific means by which they ensure it.