By Gavin Bennett
The Land Is historical
Mithras of London fancies the Isles as his area, however the land is much older than even he. historical vampires lurk within the fens and wolf-men stalk the moors. The Church has taken carry right here, yet worshippers of a ways older gods name upon strength that no follower of Christ has ever identified. And someplace past the mist the fae snort, for they have been right here ahead of the other.
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darkish a long time: British Isles is the 1st local sourcebook for the darkish a long time line. It contains the historical past of the land, details at the significant towns of britain, eire, Scotland and Wales, and information on how the supernatural denizens of Europe take care of one another and the oldest population of the Isles.
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