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Blood Orgy in the House of Pain


The Sabbat are coming.

You've seen the signs. Shapes watching you down dark streets. Hang-up calls at strange hours (who is awake at two in the afternoon?).  Last night someone left poor Wendell, the Nosferatu, lying in front of the dance club where you hunt, with a stake in his heart and his fangs yanked out and a note nailed to his forehead. It said: "get out of town." 

So it's flee or fight. Or die the final death and see whatever terrible mysteries lie beyond.  You picked fight, partly from ennui and partly because fleeing sounded even more tiresome. And perhaps poor Wendell had something to do with it, although you'd never admit this out loud...

Blood Orgy in the House of Pain is an adventure for the first edition of Vampire the Masquerade.  The version of the game where vampires did nothing but murder eachother and lurk on rooftops in the shadows. 

The book contains: A complete Sabbat lair, fully mapped and described in lavish detail. 

Seventeen NPC foes, each more unspeakable than the last!

A complete set of six pregenerated Caramilla PCs, ready to go fang to fang with the blood-crazed Sabbat.

An entire appendix on ways to mutate and mutilate this adventure to suit your own strange needs.  Would you rather play as the Sabbat?  A bunch of Mages? Something weirder? We cater to all sorts here!

A blood-red, brain-dead festival of mayhem, just like Grandma used to make!

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James T January 03, 2019 10:37 pm UTC
Thanks so much for taking the time to ask! The answer is: it's both.

We designed the adventure specifically so that it would fit either in the early '90s or in the present or at any point in between-whichever the Storyteller needs.

One odd consequence of taking this approach is that the only telephone mentioned in the entire story is a landline (but not a pay phone).
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Jesse B January 03, 2019 8:56 pm UTC
I see that it says its for the 1st edition of VtM, but is this set in the early 90s or modern nights?
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