The Emerald City is a work of historical fiction. While the author relied heavily on details about people, places, and things that did historically exist, it is no more accurate biography than Abe Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is a realistic account of the life and times of the 16th president of the United States.

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Emerald City is very special World of Darkness chronicle. It supports five different World of Darkness venues: (Vampire the Masquerade, Werewolf the Apocalyse, Mage the Ascension], Wraith the Oblivion and Changeling the Dreaming) using a modified game system affectionately called LWODEmerald City and LWOD were created following the fundamental principle in the WoD Systems called The Golden Rule: There are no rules. This is a chronicle designed to be what its author wanted it to be: a single game system rather than five game systems with some shared elements.  All material presented on this wiki (besides any intellectual property including trademarks and copyrights owned by White Wolf Games and/or Onyx Path) is considered part of the public domain by its author.  Take what you like and ignore the rest, just like she did.

The Emerald City Chronicle focuses on Seattle, WA just after the 1962 World's Fair.

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