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Darker Days Publishing Releases

Darker Days Radio produces a number of books under the imprint Darker Days Publishing, and can be found on the Storytellers Vault.

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Venice Unmasked
 is a source book for Changeling: the Lost1st edition.
“It is the city of mirrors, the city of mirages, at once solid and liquid, at once air and stone.” Erica Jong
Venice is a unique city for the Lost. It is the fairy tale city, a city of mirrors, and a city of inversion. The Carnival rules all, even the Gentry. Slave becomes master, master becomes slave, and the Lost take back their mortal flesh.
Within is an extensive history of Venice, both real and Fae. There is a detailed look at the Court of Carnival, the roles within this unique court, plus new rules and powers. Furthermore there are 30+ characters provided for use in your Venice chronicle, including Fae, Hobgoblins and Charlatans. Finally there are a few story seeds to get you started.

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Ashes of Memory is a sourcebook and scenario for Geist: the Sin-Eaters 1st and 2nd Edition.
Within this book is an extensive history of Paris, including many story hooks, and a scenario that is perfect as a one-shot, the start of a chronicle, or to slot into your own existing chronicle.

During a Parisian riot, the krewe of Bound encounter a series of ghosts of people have been recently killed for some profane ritual

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The Hunger Within is a scenario for Chronicles of Darkness 2e, perfect for introducing new players to the system, or for using in existing chronicles.
The Hunger Within is for 3-4 players, as they explore the mysterious disapperance of a sibling in the quaint English town of King’s Well.
The Hunger Within taps into the themes of folk horror. The players take the role of visitors to the town, with one searching for the missing sibling. The town is celebrating its harvest festival, and the carnival is in town too. Many legends and myths are associated with the town, and do any of them pertain to the disappearance, or is something else, altogether more sinister happening.

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