A Vampire the Masquerade set in 1944 would be great. No cell phones but their still phones No camera phones but flash cameras and investigative journalists snooping around Detectives try to solve crime the old fashion way Fingerprints but no DNA and no database searching. Soldiers on the street, most people working for the military. Vampires must watch out. There still cars, guns, and radio.
Post by Marcus Sanches on Nov 28, 2017 12:23:16 GMT -8
Good idea dude, maybe put the players in some human wars for the prince or sire interests. I wanna see a game in the Prohibition time. Gangsters, alcohol and old songs ^^. Can imaginate Ventrue members making money selling alcoholic beverages, war between gangster families (perhaps Saba)...
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Amusingly, the very first RPG I ever played was a Vampire: the Masquerade game that took place in 1938-39. It was a Sabbat game, and over the course of the game I played four characters: A Tzimisce surgeon, an ancient Gangrel, a Malkavian antitribu weapons designer, and a Ravnos antitribu actor.
I remember at one point as "Deuce" the Malkavian (short for Amadeus), trying to listen in on the Madness Network (as it was called at the time). All I got was screaming.
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