Immortal creatures have forever lurked in the darkness. These undead were once considered myths. Old legend said they called crypts and tombs their resting places. They were said to possess terrible strength and incredible regenerative powers. Their living presence has transmuted from folklore to some of the most popular writing of the 20th century. In some of the world's greatest stories, such as Anne Rice’s contemporary classic, Interview with the Vampire, Stephen King’s ‘Salem’s Lot, and the cult film, Blade, staring Wesley Snipes as the Daywalker, the vampire archetype has continued to be re-imagined in new ways. Now there emerges a new story that rebrands these creatures as 'eternals.' Several hundred years from now, they hold complete dominion over the Earth. It is up to the human transient spies to infiltrate the biter factions of the NExUS government and gather reconnaissance information that is vital to their survival and will ultimately be used as a weapon against their enemy.
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