Dark Colony Credits
Written by: Jeff Cooper and Beth Fischi
Developed by: Andrew Greenberg
Edited by: Robert Hatch
Art Director: Richard Thomas
Layout and Typesetting: Sam Chupp
Art: Joshua Gabriel Timbrook, Steve Casper, E. Allen Smith, Robert MacNeill
Front Cover Art: D. Alexander Gregory
Front and Back Cover Design: Michelle Prahler
Special Thanks To:

Sam "Ghost Maker" Chupp, for taking over that Wraith of a game.
Josh "Anticlimax" Timbrook, for taking the Titans all the way.
Chris "Pizza Man" McDonough, for keeping the GenCon hordes happy.
Richard "Suicide Queen" Thomas, for getting the crazed calls.
Benjamin "Darla" Monk, Jr., for being the cutest little rascal.
Michelle "Wow" Prahler, for meeting the Chaosium.
Stephan "Our Condolences" Wieck, for tying the big knot.
Kathleen "Doing the Perimeter" Ryan, for getting such wonderful directions.
Jim "Double Exposure" Townsend, for giving us a big view of the Blood Pit.
Alien Hunger
Written by: Jeff Berry
Developed by: Andrew Greenberg
Interior Art: Janet Aulisio, Josh Timbrook, John Cobb, Darryl Midgette
Cover Art: Clark Mitchell
Scene Photography: Eric Krosnes
Layout: Sam Chupp
Production: Josh Timbrook
Cartography: Chris McDonough
Back Cover: Chris McDonough
Logo: Chris McDonough
Special Thanks:

John "Bilbo" Bridges for his suggestions on what we could do after messing up his name in Succubus Club.
Mark "Monkey Boy" Rein•Hagen for his suberb handling of adversity.
Stewart "Artful Dodger" Wieck for not becoming the human target.
Wes "Good King" Harris for his inability until he gets there.
Josh "Bloody Pants" Timbrook for showing true grit (and lots of leg).
Sam "Proud Papa" Chupp for, well, you know.
Travis "No Wheels" Williams for learning what happens when you lend things to relatives.
Chris "I'm Outta Here" McDonough for showing those old fogeys where it's at.
Kelly "Recession Blues" Norwood for taking the big M gig.
Special, special thanks:
KC Lancaster for the original illos of the V-Team.

I am deeply indebted to the V-Team (Mark Matthews-Simmons, Chris and KC Lancaster, Guy Wells, and Gail Starr), without whom there would be no adventure because there would have been no one to play it.
Hi Mom.
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: December 1, 1997
Publication #: WW 02624
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-235-2
Pages:  ?
Year: 1997
PDF: Bullet-rpg
Price: Digital: $9.60

Cities of Darkness Volume 3 is a collected sourcebook for Vampire: The Masquerade.


From the White Wolf Catalog:
The American Dream...
City life crushes out spirit. Traffic. Crime. Corruption. Inhumanity. Rumors and legends abound as we strive to cope each horror and save what's left of our identities, before we become the monsters that stalk the urban sprawl. But for some it's too late. The legends are true. The monsters are real. They are among us.
Is Dead
Cities of Darkness Volume 3 is an account of Kindred control, corruption and conspiracies across America. This book combines the previously out-of-print Dark Colony and Alien Hunger in one volume with an all-new cover. Mountains and oceans mean nothing in this battle of vampires.
Cities of Darkness Volume 3 features:
  • One more shot at these rare Vampire supplements.
  • Information about the undead of New England, from the age of the witch-hunts to modern day.
  • A glimpse of Denver nights, and an introductory story to set any Vampire chronicle in motion.

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