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Supernatural beings have long been known in this world. Many exist, and even rule, among humans.




Witches, Seers, Faeries and Dragons all exist openly among human kind. The Fae have made particularly pleasant lives for themselves, coming into the ruling class. Most of the wealthiest and most powerful in Corinth are of Fae descent.




There are others still persecuted.




Werewolves, Vampires, and Skinwalkers are still forced to exist on the fringes of society. They continue to hide among the masses, keeping low profiles for the sake of self preservation against a black market trade that thrives on their blood - both literally and figuratively.








Once a safe haven settled solely by werewolves, over the centuries Dawnbreak has evolved into something even more unique. Today it is a home to many supernaturals, and though they remain secretive many of the human townsfolk are very aware of their presence and existence. Though this is a reality jealously guarded from outsiders, the locals celebrate and make light of the supernatural presence in their town with annual events such as the Halloween festival Parentalia and the November Festival of the Werewolf which serve as both tourist attractions and genuine celebrations of the many creatures which call Dawnbreak home.


There is a darker side to Dawnbreak, however. As outsiders increasingly populate the town, disagreement has arisen on how to handle those ignorant to truth when they stumble onto it. Growing incursion of new species has similarly raised tensions among the werewolves who consider Dawnbreak their home first and foremost.








Corinth is an immense metropolis populated by human and supernatural alike. The Fae hold an indisputable grip over the city, dominating the majority of its wealthiest corporate presences. Here the accepted thrive while the other species struggle to survive.




While the majority seek to maintain the status quo, violently persecuting those species deemed "unacceptable", there are still hold outs that manage to survive - and the rare few who risk their lives and reputations to fight for their right to exist with the rest of society.















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