[Changeling: the Lost] Victorian Lost: A Maze of Smoke and Hedge Now Available on DriveThruRPG!

Posted: June 6, 2012 by pointyman2000 in Articles, Changeling: the Lost, Roleplaying Games, World of Darkness

Now this is a pleasant surprise!

I’ve been hearing about this being in the works for a while now, but I didn’t expect it to come out of nowhere… much like the True Fae I guess 😀

Victorian Lost: A Maze of Smoke and Hedge is a historical setting for Changeling: The Lost. This book contains information on the late Victorian Era, including both actual history and fanciful imaginings of this time. You’ll find discussions of the occasionally violent tensions between the rich and the masses of the poor who worked in their factories and homes. This book also examines the competing visions of rural and urban life. Some saw the countryside as pure and cities as corrupt, while others viewed rural areas as ignorant and backwards, and cities as centers of progress and invention.

This book includes:
• Setting material and player and Storyteller advice for running Changeling games in the late Victorian Era.
• New and updated contract clauses, as well as two new kiths.
• A short serial for your chronicle, as well as a pre-generated Victorian motley: the Back Stairs Mob.

Given the quality of Mage: Noir, I’m confident that White Wolf has done a stellar job with this historical setting book as well. It’s a good time to be a Changeling fan!

Victorian Lost: A Maze of Smoke and Hedge is available from DriveThruRPG for a mere $8.99 or roughly Php 387.00, definitely within impulse buy range!

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Comments
  1. Nosfecatu says:

    That looks awesome. XD

  2. Tentaclese says:

    I WANT!

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