Mt. Dora, FL - USA, Mutual Alliance
Genre(s): Changeling, Changing Breeds, Mage
Number of Players: 0-9 players
Premise: This game takes place in the northern part of Lake County (Mt. Dora, Eustis, Tavares, and Leesburg area). While we are split off as a Shared territory with the rest of the Ocala game, this is NOT a Sabbat game. ((Fair warning!)) This will be a multi-genre Werewolf-Changeling-Mage venue.
The towns and settlements of Lake County have always been a sleepy, small town example of old Florida splendor. However, as human settlement ever increases in this northern part of Central Florida, changes are coming...
The Gaian werewolves have long held a watchful eye over this piece of southern splendor. For a long time, the area has been preserved and maintained enough with careful ecological balance, not too large size, and ingrained traditions so that each of the tribes of the Nation have been (relatively) satisfied with its place in the world. Now, however, the growth of human activity is bringing new threats to the Wyrm to the area.
[The sept in Mt. Dora has been dedicated for many years to Stourbridge Lion, as one of the few places in America with an active original gauge railroad still in service. In gratitude for their longstanding support and prominent position, he has allowed both an antique car and seaplane museum spots to exist in the city. (Gaian residents must still follow the ban, but there are trollys and they may petition to use a seaplane). Part of the Ocala National Forest also borders this county, and there are plenty of adventures to be had.]
The recent influx of Anarchs into Leesburg and migration of Unseelie from Ocala has threatened to upset the balance between the fey courts, and whispers of darker things are said to be coming up around the corner.
[The many festivals of the area have long since attracted the fey folk to the area. The Old Lake County Courthouse has traditionally been the center of activities in the Freehold. ]
The Tradition mages have long since enjoyed a quiet spot in the area. Despite occasional skirmishes and misunderstandings, several of the societies have existed for a long, long time. The recent explosion in population and development has raised fears of whether the Technocracy is ready to finally make a big push in establishing a foothold in the area as it has in Orange county. The fight for control of the destiny of the sleepers has reached its climax.
[The longtime seat for the activities of the Traditions mages is in Howey-in-the-Hills. The oldest and most established chantry is now located in the Howey mansion.]
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Head Storyteller: Thomas Metcalfe - firstname.lastname@example.org
Council Member: Aaron Gentry - email@example.comThis chronicle information form was last updated on 01-May-2019