Terror grips the Midwest
A wholly unnatural cycle of fear matures every Spring. Fingers point in all directions while scared residents accuse neighbors and imply hidden conspirators of plots to subvert their quiet way of life.
Summer heat boils away patience and civility during the height of political campaigns and accusations of corruption. Before autumn harvests, tourists and agitators rekindle... [click here for more]
Galileo. Kepler. Newton. On the heels of the Italian Renaissance, reason and belief clash at every turn. Scientific discoveries proving heliocentrism are subverted and deemed heretical.
Scientists, mages, and astronomers are arrested by the Inquisition, and their books are banned. In response, intellectuals on the brink of discovery turn to alchemy and the magical arts, and create deviants to defend... [click here for more]
Five years ago, the First Transcontinental Railroad was completed, revolutionizing travel and trade across the United States. But the law still has a hell of a time reaching its long arm out here, and many are left to fend for themselves.
The American West sees the rise of changeling folk heroes: defiant marshals and their deputies who win victories against Fae forces, badass Lost strangers wandering... [click here for more]
Like the Great Below and the many mysterious places mages roam, the ocean’s depths are seen only in glimpses, filled with wondrous and terrifying things that never see the light of day — but willworkers and the Bound have the means and the will to stare into these abysses.
Although there’s nothing kind about cutthroat pirates, the promise of equality and honor among thieves appeals to those... [click here for more]