Founded in 1863 the London Underground or ‘tube’ is a public rapid transit system that serves the London area. The subterranean landscape beneath London's streets could be considered an entire and separate city of its own. The tunnels of the underground rail system, bored over a century ago, worm alongside crypts and basements of much older structures, and more modern shafts dug to provide water, power, and telecommunications services to London’s residents above. These underground pathways can be used to traverse the oldest parts of the city without ever setting foot on the street. Caution must be held though for rumours exist that creatures lurk beneath the city that even kindred would be wise to avoid. Ever watching they view every train arrival, every conversation and swipe of a travelcard as an opportunity to study and the movements of their prey before they strike.