San Keros doesn_x0019_t lack for hopeless and troubled souls. When the Gates of the Abyss swing wide, many of the Elohim find themselves drawn to the troubled denizens of this strange city. And while the Courts begin to reform, plotting to reap the faith of the masses, only a few realize that they are not alone in the Darkness.
San Keros, 1984. The party has retrieved The Falcon_x0019_s Child from the minions of Duke Geryc. His hounds and his warriors have been thwarted and his assassins slain, but the heroes face their most terrible foe yet: An enigmatic figure known only as the Bishop, neither Kith nor Kin, but something carved of Darkness itself_x0014_and sworn in allegiance to the Court of Shadows.
Gettlesand, in the East, has much to offer. A First Age temple of rosewood and jade. A cache of yaral crystals stolen from Gem. A cavernous labyrinth of untold ages past. The Perfect Circle arrives in search of answers, but instead finds more questions_x0014_questions that lead back to a half-healed heartache, a shattered oath of the First Age, and to the Deathknight Melancholy Abyss of Night, who may hold the most shocking truth of all.
San Keros may not be the darkest city of the World of Darkness, but it_x0019_s close. It_x0019_s no surprise, then, that both Elohim and Kithain are drawn there. While the demons and the fae battle for the faith and dreams of mortals, a forgotten power stirs in its slumber. And it hungers. A crossover campaign for Changeling and Demon.