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Let the Streets Run Red (Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition)
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
by Marc T. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 12/30/2020 18:51:28

Power Prey opened and introduced my 4 players to Chicago and Vampire: The Masquerade 5th edition. They were swept up in the narrative causing chaos in their wake. So in all, a great beginning! New SPCs, 4 strong stories and locations, plenty of antagonist stats, loresheets and rituals, lore and an additional Predator Type. What more could you wish for??



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Let the Streets Run Red (Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition)
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
by Jose B. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 12/22/2020 08:45:15

This, like Chicago Folios, is a book for the storyteller; it has probably some of the best scenarios for V5. It is a big book, comprising 250 pages; divided into sections similar to Chicago by Night and Chicago Folios; however, what makes this book of particular interest to me as ST is rules that are included in side bars for things such as Lupines, Lupine kinfolk and sections on Antagonists and Loresheets. The second half of the book has Kindred biographies of SPCs that can be easily dropped into your game. Best of all, you get a pretty indepth overview of Kindred domains such as Indianapolis and Milwaukee. Also, you get whole new Blood Sorcery rituals that can be introduced and that like the Loresheets are linked to these two domains. Overall, the quality of the POD is much better and improved from previous POD books Ive bought here, the page quality is decidedly better, not the previous chalky paper, this is a glossy paper similar to the traditionally printed books of V5 by Modiphius; Im so impressed with the quality that I purchased a second copy, (premium color, its more expensive but the quality and vibrancy of the color is excellent).



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Let the Streets Run Red (Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition)
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
by Andrea B. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 11/19/2020 12:25:39

Well, 4 different type of Vampire The Masquerade V5 story. 4 different scenario, all take place near Chicago. From Milwakee to Gary, from Indianapolis to a rural area in Indiana or in Illinois. This sourcebook is very helpfull to breath V5 mood and to go deep what happen to the Domain of Chicago.

Take a breath and... read it !



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Let the Streets Run Red (Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition)
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
by Zachery N. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 10/30/2020 22:58:43

Let the Streets Run Red is a collection of stories for Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition (V5). Each story presents a unique tale to tell at your table and unlike many prior campaign books or supplements provides options for how to run each one from either the Camarilla or Anarch point of view. Storyteller Player Characters are given full character treatment so that they don’t end up feeling one-dimensional and there’s enough material to continue using the setting telling many stories of your own. The book contains several new Lore Sheets for V5. There’s a good mix of them that are tied directly to the characters or locations within the stories and others that have a loose affiliation or no connection at all that can work in any setting your game is occurring in. Included are several pre-generated characters that can be used for groups new to the game, existing games that want to take a break and try something different, or just more ready-made SPCs for the Storyteller to use. The four stories present a variety of different challenges for the players to face. Power Prey - The focus in this story is what lengths will the characters go to in order to protect their touchstones. The Dying Fields - This story takes the characters out of the city and brings them to a town with more corn than people. Innocence in Blood - Honestly I wish this story didn’t suffer at the constraints of page space. There’s a lot more that Milwaukee and Indianapolis have to offer and this story could have been the foundations of its own supplement. Rusted Jungle - For anyone who knows the history that Vampire the Embraced has with Gary Indiana, this story will feel like an old friend. For those who don’t, it still is a fun story.



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