Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines Wiki
Advertisement
This article is a stub. You can help Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines Wiki by expanding it.

Ground 0 is a location in Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines. It's an Internet café and gaming center. To use computers, users must register and pay a fee of $5 an hour. The cafe is also host to the snuff film producer/distributor Death Mask Productions, their macabre studio located on the top floor of the building. The protagonist is sent here during the quest "Snuff is Enough", first to research the name "Ginger Swan" and then to retrieve the full version of the snuff film.

Trivia

  • There is a TV in the corner of the cafe that, like some other TV's in the game, have an image of the first fight with one of Andrei's creations (the female one with the cut open stomach).
  • The game Counter Strike is referenced by the angry carvings in the wall above two computers. The computer used to look up Ginger Swan also contains many references to real life celebrities, such as "Jon Revolta" (a pun on John Travolta).

Related Quests

Computers

Navigation

Locations
Santa Monica Beach HouseBrothers SalvageDevil's Brand TattooFoxy BoxesGallery NoirGimble's ProstheticsKilpatrick's Bail BondsMedical ClinicMegahurtz ComputingOcean House HotelPawnshop LodgingsSanta Monica SuitesSanta Monica PierThe Smoke ShopSunCo GasolineSurfside DinerThe AsylumTrip's Pawnshop
Downtown Abandoned HospitalConfessionCrackhouseEmpire Arms HotelsHallowbrook HotelNocturne TheatrePlague-bearer sewersSkyeline ApartmentsThe Last RoundTremere ChantryVenture Tower
Hollywood Abrams Golden Age JewelryAsian TheaterAsp HoleCavoletti CaféGround 0Hollywood Forever CemeteryHotelLuckee Star MotelMetalhead IndustriesNosferatu WarrensRed SpotSin BinVesuvius
Chinatown Fu SyndicateGlazeGolden Oceans Fish MarketGolden TempleKamikazi ZenLotus BlossomRamen ShopThe Red DragonThe White CloudTseng's Herbal RemediesZhao's Imports
Other 609 King's WayElizabeth DaneGiovanni StrongholdGriffith ParkGrout's MansionMuseum of Natural HistorySociety of Leopold Monastery
Advertisement