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The Between: Season 2


Season 2 of The Between expands the innovative game of gothic horror with a new playbook, a new Mastermind, and 4 new Threats. You must have a copy of The Between to use this material. 

Details of what you'll find in Season 2:

The Unquiet A new hunter is joining Hargrave House: The Unquiet! This character is the ghost of a hunter who lived in Hargrave House many decades ago. They were betrayed by one of their contemporaries, and are now haunting Hargrave House until they can destroy the descendant of the one who betrayed them. They will help the current residents of Hargrave House until they are able to exact their revenge. 

Admiral Flagg A new, terrifying enemy has appeared to challenge Hargrave House: Vice Admiral Flagg! Unlike Theodora Brathwaite, Admiral Flagg considers himself a loyal servant of the Queen. Unfortunately, that loyalty entails destroying the city of London itself, which Flagg considers to be a rot and stain on the British Empire. Admiral Flagg introduces elements of cosmic horror to your campaign of The Between

The Spider Silk Seamstress The Spider Silk Seamstress is a new Threat by Gabriel Robinson. It introduces the world of the Fae to The Between. Sir Richard Harlowe, an ally of Hargrave House, has been found dead, hollowed out and wrapped in silk-like threads. Hargrave House learns that a Fae creature in the guise of an alluring fashion designer is behind the murder. Can they stop the Fae creature before she claims more victims among London's social elite?

The Demon of Kilburn Abbey The Demon of Kilburn Abbey is a new Threat by Petra Volkhausen. It introduces demonic terrors to The Between. The monks of Kilburn Abbey are being tormented by an unholy entity after recent renovation work: the corpse of a young girl was found walled up in the abbey, and whatever dark forces she summoned to her while trapped there is now loose in the world. Can Hargrave House banish the demon... or will they choose a darker path that sees them trying to control it for their own ends?

The St. Petersburg Mirror The St. Petersburg Mirror is a new Threat by David Morrison. Along with The Whateley Camera from Season 1, it's the second Threat that focuses on an object of power. A young civil servant is being blackmailed by shadowy forces that use a supposed medium, Madam Serafima, to gather information about their marks. Hargrave House wouldn't normally be interested in such a matter, if not for some details that indicate Madam Serafima might possess an actual object of power, the legendary St. Petersburg Mirror. 

The West End Wraith The West End Wraith is a new Threat by David Morrison. It's inspired by The Phantom of the Operaand The Hunchback of Notre Dame. A popular musical venue in the West End is being "haunted" by the so-called West End Wraith. But is the Wraith really a wraith, and are their intentions actually foul, or are their actions a misguided attempt to protect someone who works at the venue? Hargrave House investigates to uncover the truth of the matter. 

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February 8th, 2022
All great additions to the Between. We just wrapped up David Morrison's the St. Petersburg Mirror. The relic mirror is now in the hands of our Mother character and Madam Sorokin is now an allied side character of immense psychic power. Theodora be [...]
January 27th, 2022
In addition to the previous The Between content, The Between: Season 2 offers a new hunter and new threats, and even a new mastermind (I didn't even finish with Theodora Brathwaite yet, but nvm ^^). What more could you wi [...]
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