Vampire: The Masquerade—Chicago by Night (2nd Edition)
White Wolf Publishing
No other city so dangerously on the edge of chaos. No other city so desperately overcrowded. No other city so divided. No other city so torn by its conflicts. Chicago's streets are coated with the blood of those who have been destroyed in its ancient war, and soon the flames will raze it yet again. The plots and schemes of the Immortals of this metropolis will always enmesh the unwary or the foolish. Trust no one--not even yourself.
Updated to reflect the death of the Prince Lodin in Under a Blood Red Moon and the current power struggle to replace him.
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