Some exist in ragtag, desperate cells of the like-minded, others in huge, globe-spanning conspiracies. Brave men and women defending their neighborhood. Researchers attempting to catalogue the supernatural. Vengeance-driven vampire slayers. Big game hunters eager to bag a werewolf. Catholic priests who shall not suffer a witch to live. Whatever form they may take, all over the world, hunters are on the rise.
Maybe some of the sanctimonious mortal bastards took your childe, or your packmates, or a favored student. Maybe you yourself narrowly escaped them. Or maybe your grudge isn't personal, but you want to wipe out the threat before you become a target.
It took a while for this thing to get started. Nobody realized at first that these hunter groups were global, because who wants to admit publicly that a bunch of trumped-up normal people got the better of him? But eventually the truth came out, and then you discovered that your kind weren't the only targets.
Perhaps you aren't thrilled about working with leeches, Lupines, warlocks, or fairies. But whatever you think of your allies, they bring resources to the table you could never have mustered alone. Resources you're going to need. It's worth it to tear the mortal bastards down, to make the world safe for you and yours again.
He who fights monsters should look to it that he does not piss the monsters off. And when you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss finds out where you live.
It's time to take back the night.
As you may have surmised, I've been inspired by the recent release of Hunter: the Vigil. I'm looking to start a game about a group of mixed supernatural denizens of the World of Darkness, united by their shared desire to tear down the hunter conspiracies that plague them.
I don't care for Prometheans, but most of the other supernatural groups are probably fair game. I'm willing to listen to player input as to desired tone. Power level is undecided as yet, but will certainly be higher than starting-level. At this point, I'd like to hear concepts from anyone interested. (Fair warning: I'm picky.)