Now Available: Chicago Folios, DB fiction, and Wreck-Em Rich!

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Now available in PDF and print from Storytellers Vault: The Chicago Folios for Vampire: The Masquerade 5th Edition! This book follows up on Chicago by Night.

A city as large as Chicago requires more than a surface study to find out its secrets. 

Princes, Primogen, and all those other Kindred with titles and notoriety may claim to uphold the Masquerade, but they delight in the undead fame and status. There are others, well-hidden, with deeper secrets, darker ambitions, and elusive sects buried in Chicago and its surrounding towns and cities.

Chicago contains sufficient stories and mysteries to entice any neonate and bewitch any Kindred scholar. From accounts of clandestine meetings to encounters with horrific beasts, these folios provide a deeper insight into the city’s darkest tales. 

The Chicago Folios put any vampire reading them in danger, but through that danger, the possibility of enlightenment.

The Chicago Folios include:

  • Accounts of vampire mysteries in the heartland of America, spanning the activities of Camarilla, Anarch, Independent, and other, even more terrifying Kindred.
  • Dozens of chronicle hooks laid out in a way that any Storyteller, new or old, might use them to start a new chronicle of Vampire: The Masquerade or add fresh content to an existing one.
  • Over 20 individual Kindred with biographies, aspirations, secrets, connections, and purpose for inclusion in any chronicle, whether as antagonists, a supporting cast, or inspiration for playable characters.
  • Loresheets for new vampires introduced in this book and chronicle threads from the Vampire: The Masquerade metaplot.
  • New Blood Sorcery rituals, handling the Thaumaturgical powers devised in the domains of Chicago and Milwaukee.

Also available in Kindle ebook via Amazon, Nook ebook via B&N, and ebook and print via Storytellers Vault: The Silence of Our Ancestors for Exalted 3rd Edition!

“Decea bore the gifts and markings of the Elemental Dragon of Air, and clarity was her birthright. She stopped imposing forms on the clouds of her mind, and allowed her thoughts to wander, that she might better see the true shape of the world.”

When the Dragon-Blood Decea finds herself unexpectedly in the small fishing village of Elknell, she quickly realizes something is amiss with its living residents — and its dead.

Decea sets out to find an answer, along with a mismatched group of companions, and uncovers more than she could ever have expected.

A new Exalted novella made possible by the backers of the Dragon-Blooded: What Fire Has Wrought Kickstarter.


Remember our Happy Onyx Path logo from 2016? We decided to explore that world a little more with our new design for “Wreck-Em Rich,” who comes equipped with a silver bell.

Comes on shirts, phone cases, mugs… just about everything we could fit it on, really.

Disney/Pixar, we’re waiting for your call. Unless you’re going to sue us, in which case we’re not home.


Tomorrow the big Exalted sale begins! Watch this space!

Kickstarter Update

Did you miss one of our previous Kickstarters? The following Kickstarted products are still open for preorders via BackerKit:

Community Spotlight

The following community-created content for Scarred Lands has been added to the Slarecian Vault in the last week:

The following community-created content for Realms of Pugmire has been added to Canis Minor in the last week:

The following community-created content for Storypath has been added to the Storypath Nexus in the last week:

  2 comments for “Now Available: Chicago Folios, DB fiction, and Wreck-Em Rich!

  1. Troy Lenze
    April 1, 2020 at 3:13 pm

    I started playing Idle Frontier on my phone the other day, and Wreck ‘Em Rich would fit right into its art style.

  2. Simon Gillings
    April 8, 2020 at 6:10 am

    I bought, downloaded and then printed the Chicago Foilio. It seems excellent and I cannot wait to read it all.

    However, my printed version has no page 18? Is it a problem at my end?

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