A Matter of Honour
Type:Role Playing Game
System:Vampire the Masquerade 5
Slot(s):#2 Saturday 12am-4am
Game Description"In today’s world no one is innocent, no one a neutral. A man is either with the oppressed or he is with the oppressors. He who takes no interest in politics gives his blessing to the prevailing order, that of the ruling classes and exploiting forces." George Habash
Honour is everything in the afterlife of immortality.
Can you survive the night with your honour intact?
Can you keep the facade of Masquerade and your honour?
Your survival depends on it.
Intrigue at the table of the Prince... using the newest rules of Vampire.
There are 104 Vampires of the Masquerade in Southern Ontario. The hinterland cities of Guelph, Barrie, and the like are the Casablanca of the Vampire world. Intrigue and questionable activities occur with regularity in their limits.
The Prince of Upper Canada has decreed that there are eight Princely Domains subservient to him. They are the Victoria, the Wentworth, the Downtown, the Durham, the Peel, the York, the Halton, and the Western Fair courts. The Anarchs have not gained control of any of the Southern Ontario courts. Northern Ontario, on the other hand, is a blood-bath, where the Anarchs reign and the "Inquisition" infiltrates.
Yes, the second inquisition proceeds apace, with the intelligence establishments of Canada, in particular, the enigmatic Office 6 hunting the Masquerade. It is at times like these that a Vampire needs to step-up and play the game for real.
With the "beckoning" drawing the Justicars and Elders away, the court is ripe for the Ancillae, like you, to steer the direction of the Upper Canadian courts. Your coterie is ambitious and may yet rule the night. The coterie demesne is Waterloo and Upper Grand Counties. The Tri-City/Guelph urban sprawl is your hunting ground. Tonight, your coterie draws together to make plans. For the monthly Elysium approaches.
"A prophet is not without honour, except in his hometown and among his relatives and in his own household." Jesus