"The Crown of California was in a black mood as he paced back and forth in front of his desk. Not only had it been revealed to him this evening that his man was plotting a coup against him, but Solomon the Fanatic was growing ever closer to encroaching on hard-earned territory. He'd clawed his way to the top of the political game and worked diligently to expand his territory, and he'd be damned if that group of religious nuts would take it from him. Their zealotry was misplaced, but their faith made for a potent weapon nonetheless. If they continued to capture territories closer to Los Angeles, it wouldn't be long before he and the vampires that he ruled over would have to witness first-hand the legendary fanaticism of Solomon's brood. He snorted to himself at the absurdity of the concept. Mormon vampires. Who would have ever thought them to be dangerous? As if he didn't have enough problems to plague his undead existence, the local Adalwolf was also beginning to grow restless. Several werewolves had disappeared from off of the streets as of late and the murmuring that churned out of the rumor mill was that vampires had something to do with it. Of course, he hadn't issued any such orders.. but that didn't mean that someone wasn't doing it behind his back. He'd have to consult with The Shadow and maybe look deeper into the issue before it became a dangerous problem that he couldn't afford. A glimmer came to Nemesio's eyes for a brief moment, a touch of pitch clouding them over and then gone as quick as it had come, leaving an idea behind. If he could convince the Adalwolf that Solomon's invading brood was responsible for the abductions, he might be able to kill two birds with one stone.."
Welcome to the City of Angels! What you're looking at right now is the wikipedia site for a text-based game that is themed around vampires, werewolves, and the horror that comes about when they try to mix in with human society. Our game is currently under construction and still well within the theoretical and design phases, but is open for play.
City of Angels is ran on the d10 system as designed by White Wolf Games. Mechanics-wise, it borrows heavily from the designs of both Vampire: The Masquerade and Werewolf: The Apocalypse, with a generous dose of thematical and mechanical modifications to both. Storywise, it draws on many references from horror-themed culture both old and new.
If you haven't guessed from the name yet, the setting for City of Angels is Los Angeles, the largest city in California and the second largest city in the United States, filled with equal potential for dark horror and gritty heroics.