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Maybe you know your history. Maybe not. But you're pretty sure it didn't go like this...It's 1821. A third of the world is ruled by the British Crown with Bloody Charlotte, 4th child of the late King George the Third and Vampire Empress sitting on the throne. The British nobility is made up of her kine, blood-bound to their Queen and reigning from Victorian Citadels shrouded by perpetual storm clouds, cast out by the corrupting presence of a manufactured class of soldier-slaves. The Promethean Guards.Maybe you were once human, or you thought you were anyway. You know better now, but that's a small horror next to the time, the reality, you find yourself in. You are displaced in time and reality both. A monster from another time. A person from another history. One where Vampires don't openly rule Britain, where the Holy Roman Empire hasn't turned to impossible magics to ward their borders and where colonies rebelled from their imperial masters, seeking their own, flawed ...

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Maelys Mersault was born and raised in the shadow of the Algerian civil war.  She lost her family young to the violence.  She wasn't sure if they were alive or dead, just that fleeing the violence, they ended up separated.  She grew up on the streets with other war orphans in the capital of Algiers, doing what she could to survive.  Usually engaging in petty thievery.  Stealing small valuables and food to do what they could continue to survive.  However, on their 16th birthday, they made the mistake of attempting to pick the pocket of a well-dressed foreigner.  This foreigner turned out to be a member of the True Fae.  While Maelys doesn’t know for sure, she would be willing to bet anything this was all a trap to capture her.  A well-dressed foreigner appears out of the blue in the poor parts of Algiers wearing a lot of jewelry, a lure no street thief could resist.  


Maelys was taken by the Gentry into the Hedge and transformed to serve her Keeper's tastes.  She was made to be a right-hand attack dog for her Keeper.  Transformed into a bestial form, taking elements of a wolf, boar, and horse and made to fit the body of a woman with a coat of dried and matted blood on top.  She was used to strike fear in the hearts of any who displeased her Keeper.  She was not just for ripping and tearing but to take someone in her jaws and drain life and vitality from a person.  A new and unique horror of inflicting upon the people of Fearie, dying by inches in the maw of a terrible beast.  But this was to be her escape. Any enemy was just a source of fuel for her fire.

The Eye, also known as the Queen of Mirrors or Fourfold Watcher, is one of the four Archigenitors of the Seers of the Throne and the Exarch of Space. He sends visions encoded in the most intimate aspects of a Seer’s life: code words in a lover’s speech, or extra instructions written into a plan to overthrow the tetrarch. She grants the Prelacy of Vision, his ministry is the Panopticon and her number is four.

He is usually depicted as a great eye upon a throne, a pillar or a pyramid, or a sun disk veiled by clouds.

Not Holy, nor Roman, nor an Empire, but just maybe Europe's best defense again an Empire of Blood

The unified states of Germany. Once on the verge of collapse, the rise of Vampiric Britain has breathed new life into the Empire.

Each state in the Empire has one vote. One elector. Each state contributes to the Empire's standing army, under the command of Holy Roman Emperor. Each elector can put forward motions to the Holy Roman Senate. In times of peace, majority wins.

In times of war? The Emperor himself holds dictatorial power. After all, it worked for Rome, right?

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