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Dark Eras 2: Hunger in the Black Land


Sobekneferu was the last pharaoh of the Middle Kingdom, ascending to power during a time of transition. Her father built a pyramid and a mysterious labyrinth at Hawara, near Shedet (modern-day Faiyum), but she completed the labyrinth and may be the only one left alive who knows its secrets.

The Greeks will later call Shedet “Crocodilopolis,”for the crocodile god Sobek and his children reign supreme there. The Forsaken fight a war over territory and pride with their reptilian cousins, while Prometheans deal with the disparity between the Nepri — worshipped as kings and gods — and the others, evading mortuary alchemists and mummified animal Pandorans.

Meanwhile, the Begotten seek allies to deal with the rise of senseless violence among Heroes and the waking Insatiable of the Nile. 

Requires the use of the Beast: the Primordial Rulebook, Promethean: the Created Second Edition Rulebook, and Werewolf: the Forsaken Second Edition Rulebook.

Note:This is a single chapter of the larger Dark Eras 2 collection.

Tales of the Dark ErasAlso available now for Dark Eras:

Tales of the Dark Eras

As a companion to Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras the Tales of the Dark Eras anthology reveals secrets of the mystics, whispers rumors of the dead, and shines a light into the darkest corners of the world.

This collection includes historical stories based within the shadowed past of Vampire: the RequiemMage: the AwakeningWerewolf: the Forsaken,Changeling: the Lost, and other Chronicles of Darkness settings.

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