The Chronicler Papers
Gangs of Indianapolis
Like any other metropolitan city, gangs prowl the back alleyways, preying on the unpreparred. Indianapolis has its fair share of gangs, both mundane and supernatural. On the mundane side, these include the Gangster Disciples, Ghetto Boys, Vice Lords, and Wretched Boys (to name a few). Supernatural gangs are, thankfully, far fewer, but two of note are the Leopard Warriors and, the newly-formed, The Hunt.
The Leopard Warriors are a group of Nahua people, believed to be Aztlan descendants, that act as a arms- and drug-running front for their Red Court patrons. They are a bloodthirsty gang identified by a leopard tattoo on their arm. Many of the Leopards are Red Court infectees, awaiting their chance to impress their masters and be given the honor of a feeding to complete their transformation and ascension to full-blooded Red Court vampire.
Aspects: BLOODTHIRSTY RED COURT FRONT; EAGER TO PLEASE
Very little is known of The Hunt, other than it is a loose gang of supernatural predators led by something calling itself Nodens. They seem to engage in increasingly regular attacks on vulnerable targets, typically mortals. The Hunt has only recently popped up on the Safe Streets Task Force radar, but is, understandably so, garnering a great deal of attention.
Aspects: BLOOD RUNS THE STREETS; MONSTERS IN THE NIGHT