Dark Conspiracy RPG: New Orleans
Game Designers Workshop(based on 1 rating)
Something's prowling the fringes of the city. Something from the swamps, something old and wicked, with a legion of servitors at its disposal.
People in the outlying ghettos have been disappearing, the only clue to their fate a thin trail of blood and stagnant water leading to the sewers.
A panic is seizing the city. Fistfights and street battles are occurring at an increasingly frequent rate. It's becoming difficult to travel from one sector to another without a well armed guard.
Now someone is dumping tons of toxins into the swamps, leaving dead wildlife bloating in the hot Louisana sun. And the megacorps are blaming it on one another.
Can you unravel the mystery, without falling prey to the deadly swamps, the secretive corps, or the panicked citizenry of New Orleans?
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