Onyx Path Publishing digs deeper into Chicago, and its nearing neighbours.
For those Storytellers looking for a way to break the ice:
Power Prey introduces the coterie to questionable Kindred and qualms about what they could become. It raises the stakes, putting something on the line that's personal. I highly recommend it as a start in general, but also for Chicago.
The Dying Fields gives a new setting, feeling as if the walls close in. A small town, fewer vessels to feed from. Those small-time elements of mystery, eerie cult-isms. Its a great story for those having strayed from the path and ended up someplace strange. Where the trees grow tall, and the crows come to call.
Innocence in Blood provides you with all you'll need to give Lupines more of a presence in your chronicles, starting with this one in particular. Giving varying types of Lupine, and their Kinfolk you give the fight of your unlife. Best of luck to you.
- Rusted Jungle brings Gary Indianna into the forefront. Stepping it up to Chicago to show it what its got. Fall into the befallment of the Circulatory System and the waging war between Camarilla and Anarchs, Gary and Chicago, as tensions grow.
In addition to the spread of awesome SPCs included, you'll find statblocks aplenty. Ghouls, Lupine, Mortals.
New Blood Sorcery Rituals, the Roadside Killer predator type, and Loresheets.
Finally, the Ready-Made Characters so you can dive straight-on in. This is the start of something great, enjoy your stay.