Its Always Sinister in Philadelphia
Philly – Cradle of Liberty…and Things That Go Bump in the Night
No city in the US can claim more historic sites and shrines as Philadelphia. When one walks the streets of this magnificent city nestled between the Schuylkill and Delaware rivers, one walks in the steps of Franklin, Jefferson, Washington, and virtually every influential person who ever played a role in the politics, the arts, and the folklore of America…and the many Dark Things they chased or were chasing them.
Its been five years since the Vampire War began and things are changing in the city known as “The Birthplace of America”….and not for the better. The closest Warden is half a country away in Chicago with his hands full. Ancient institutions that have stood as bulwarks against the tide of evil are crumbling or been completely swept away. The City of Brotherly Love has become a seething cauldron of evil spiraling out of control as Supernaturals become more brazen. Creeping further out of the shadows in this neighborhood…bursting out of the shadows in that neighborhood. Will someone step forth to stem the rising tide of shadows or will those who try be swept aside by the growing storm?
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