Kindred

“Peasant kings in a peasant kingdom. I can’t believe I was ever scared of you little wanna-be monsters.”
William Layfayette

“We, my friends, are a special breed. We have taken this crossing of the north and made it into a modern metropolis. We have drawn a herd of ten million where a century ago there were not ten thousand. We have rejected the establishment of an old continent for the promise of a new. We stand over the night of this city as equals, and as gods. Our glory will never fall.”
Prince Jean-Pierre Layfayette, 1959

Detroit is the worst kingdom in North America. Pittsburgh has learned the need for secrecy, Cleveland has adapted to its new reality, even the kindred of Mexico City have turned the poverty of the city to their advantage. Detroit has no hope, only the slowly approaching certainty of a final death at the hands of those that should be your fellows. Welcome to hell.

Kindred

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