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The Vigil sets hunters against all types of monsters. Some are supernatural, while others are mere mortals who find a taste of power in the darkness. The Carver family is one such group. For generations, the Carver family has lived on a remote farm in Southern Wisconsin. When crop yields were lean and hunting was poor, the family turned to cannibalism.

Meet the Carvers introduces a family of slashers to use as antagonists in your Hunter: The Vigil campaign. The capabilities and basic biographies of each member of the family are detailed within Chapter One. Chapter Two: The Family Home details the Carver farm, including the torture room, traps, and weapons scattered throughout the property. Though the materials within this sourcebook contain a number of story hooks, Meet the Carvers is not designed as a traditional adventure. There is no beginning, middle, or end here. Instead, this book provides a snapshot of a twisted and inhuman group of enemies to be used as the Storyteller sees fit.


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August 13th, 2019
Travis Legge brings us another solid book with Meet the Carvers. This product introduces a family of Slashers to use as opponents in your hunter campaign. The family is remindescent of the family from the classic slasher films such as Texas Chainsa [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on April 03, 2019.