Hawaii is an archipelago and one of the 50 United States of America. The largest island of the state is called Hawai'i. The other seven main islands are Ni'ihau, Kaua'i, O'ahu, Moloka'i, Lana'i, Kaho'olawe, and Maui.



Changeling: The DreamingEdit

Courts of Oahu

The Menehune, native fae of the Polynesia, are found in large numbers in Hawaii.[1]

Mage: The AscensionEdit

The native mages of Hawaii, the Kopa Loei, once made up the largest and most organized faction in Polynesia. Their numbers included both Kahuna and Ali'i chieftains, as well as commoners skilled in navigation and travel magics. Their ties to the gods and sacred mana of their homeland was legendary, and some are said to maintain ties with the Rokea or Menehune. While they have fought for native sovereignty, by the late 20th century many Kopa Loei realized that the only way to preserve their magic was to join the shamans of the Dreamspeakers Tradition.[2][3]

Vampire: The MasqueradeEdit

The capital of Hawaii, Honolulu, has a population of half a dozen vampires led by Prince Sanderburg, an expatriate Brujah of San Francisco. This Kindred subsist well enough on tourists and the occasional local, but careful not to risk the tourist industry.

The Cainites of Honolulu are not strong enough to prevent the Kuei-jin presence in the islands, even if they wanted to. So far, the Cathayans influence on Hawaii has been fairly benevolent. The Genji have sent several representatives to the islands, to oversee their financial interests. The Genji await as Japanese mortals to invest in Hawaiian property before extending their own reach.[4]

Werewolf: The ApocalypseEdit

The Rokea have a powerful presence around the archipelago. There are rumors that some among the Kopa Loei could be Kadugos (human Rokea kinfolk).[5]


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