So as I learned through the WW forums, a Glasgow fanbook for Vampire is coming.
I couldn’t resist suggesting that Something is buried under Red Road, about to be released.
I've never been too keen on setting games in or around home - too easy for everybody to lose suspension of disbelief, to go “that’s wrong” if I change something, or indeed get something wrong. London or Cambridge are close enough, in terms of the kinds of stories I could tell there. Of course, I can also see the appeal of having years of experience of a setting, all its foibles and quirks and stories, of being your own sourcebook.
London and Cambridge in my head look rather like Edinburgh, too. (Which having visited them both, I can get away with.)
Do characters have a “home” where their adventures start and end, or happen? Are they rootless wanderers or townies? How does the environment impact on the series?