World of Darkness Novel: City Of Darkness: Unseen
White Wolf Publishing
Infiltrate Treasure Island with a renegade band of werewolves. Face the sunrise with a vampire seeks relief from unlife. Join a mage as she confronts the most threatening enemy of all... herself.
These creatures and others stalk the World of Darkness. A world similar to our own, but subtly altered by the clandestine doings of its hidden, nocturnal denizens. This collection chronicals the adventures of characters featured in previous World of Darkness anthologies. Continue their journys and learn the truth of what lurks in San Francisco's shadows.
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