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  • So which NPC would you like to get more canon info on?

    As per the title, I'd love to get more of an idea of what Montano have been up to the past few centuries. He kind of got short changed compared to most of the rest of Children of the Inquisition.

  • Reasor
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    I’d love for the Nosferatu Warren that dug too deep and became a Wyrm cult, radioactive balefire and all, in the original Clanbook Nosferatu to make a comeback.
    Last edited by Reasor; 08-09-2019, 10:24 PM.

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  • SparkeyG
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    In the grand scheme, he's not that big as many listed here, but I'd appreciate to learn more about that grudge holding bastard Francis Milliner. I think a man that can go toe to toe with the Kennedy clan, get noticed and promoted w/ the Giovanni Clan, and get to the point of succeeding so much that the Family in Venice puts roadblocks in his way(all with 80 years) is a man I want to know more about.

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  • Rock113
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    Originally posted by CTPhipps View Post

    I tend to disagree a bit as if you give a personality to most Antediluvians, you demystify them.
    Well I say give more "canon", which means more feats and so on about them. In my opinion it doesn't mean personality.

    Originally posted by CTPhipps View Post
    How could you even portray an Intelligence 10 creature?


    Why not? Canon even has some examples (Yeah, the Unnamed, that Ante-level mage, of course he is a Gary Sue but that's ok.)

    Furthermore, I don't think Antes are so-called Plot Device in Gehenna, they're very powerful but still killable and beatable. I think what authorities want to say is that they're so powerful that you can regard them as Plot, but you can still give them stats if you really want to.

    And even in Gehenna, Antes aren't ultimate badass who have all Lv.10 Disciplines. Most of them may just have 1-3s.
    Last edited by Rock113; 07-31-2019, 10:06 AM.

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  • Saga
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    Originally posted by Rock113 View Post
    Just a question, does anyone know the true generation of Lambach Ruthven?

    Emmm, to be honest I think EVERY Meths and “Antes” should be given more canon, they are all very important and filled with mysteries...

    my view:
    Loutius, that 4th generation
    Nictukus
    ...

    He was 5th in 2nd ed, then retconned as 4th in revised and Dark Ages revised. V20 gives the view of what Beckett now of the fiend which the known story is that everyone thinks that Dracula diablerized his 4th generation sire Tabak, but that apparently is a ruse, since Tabak was shown as Damek Ruthven's childe, making Tabak a 6th generation vampire (both sources of Dark Ages novel Tzimisce and BJD chapter of Azhi Dahaka are written by Myranda Kalis). I personally keep Lambach lineage from the Dark Ages novel as being 4th, progenitor of the Ruthven lineage and keeper of the clan archives in Samizegetuza, which is also the resting place of the Antediluvian after its destruction by Samiel in the mid 7th century AD.

    - Saga

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  • Saga
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    Originally posted by Rock113 View Post
    Just a question, does anyone know the true generation of Lambach Ruthven?

    Emmm, to be honest I think EVERY Meths and “Antes” should be given more canon, they are all very important and filled with mysteries...

    my view:
    Loutius, that 4th generation
    Nictukus
    ...

    He was 5th in 2nd ed, then retconned as 4th in revised and Dark Ages revised. V20 gives the view of what Beckett himself knows of the fiend, the story that everyone thinks that Dracula diablerized his 4th generation sire Tabak, but that apparently is a ruse, since Tabak was shown as Damek Ruthven's childe, making Tabak a 6th generation vampire (both sources of Dark Ages novel Tzimisce and BJD chapter of Azhi Dahaka are written by Myranda Kalis). I personally keep Lambach lineage from the Dark Ages novel as being 4th, progenitor of the Ruthven lineage and keeper of the clan archives in Samizegetuza, which is also the resting place of the Antediluvian after its destruction by Samiel in the mid 7th century AD.

    - Saga
    Last edited by Saga; 07-31-2019, 04:30 AM.

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  • HardestadtTheEvenYounger
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    Originally posted by CTPhipps View Post

    I tend to disagree a bit as if you give a personality to most Antediluvians, you demystify them. How could you even portray an Intelligence 10 creature?
    With great difficulty.
    But Warhammer 40K has had whole novels (admittedly of varying quality) written from the viewpoint of the Primarchs and the setting has not lost its popularity.

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  • CTPhipps
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    Originally posted by Rock113 View Post
    Just a question, does anyone know the true generation of Lambach Ruthven?

    Emmm, to be honest I think EVERY Meths and “Antes” should be given more canon, they are all very important and filled with mysteries...

    my view:
    Loutius, that 4th generation
    Nictukus
    ...
    I tend to disagree a bit as if you give a personality to most Antediluvians, you demystify them. How could you even portray an Intelligence 10 creature?

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  • Rock113
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    Just a question, does anyone know the true generation of Lambach Ruthven?

    Emmm, to be honest I think EVERY Meths and “Antes” should be given more canon, they are all very important and filled with mysteries...

    my view:
    Loutius, that 4th generation
    Nictukus
    ...

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  • Chris Wilson
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    Vistania and Alvusia, the Mothers of the Gargoyles. I thoroughly enjoyed the story in House Tremere and would like to see an update on these characters along with Fidus. Is he dead or still a willing slave?

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  • Rock113
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    Originally posted by Saga View Post

    In Dark Ages novel Gangrel, pg. 14 (IIRC) an elder Gangrel explains that Alexander was embraced 700 BC in Athens.

    - Saga
    Page 34.
    But thank you, I haven't found this guy's background in any other sourcebook.

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  • Saga
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    Originally posted by CTPhipps View Post

    Odd factoid, I'm proofing that book now for Crossroad Press.

    Not many women can say they were seduced by a Nosferatu.
    Not really, true.

    Gotta admit that Dame Mnemach is my Nosferatu waifu since that image in Libellus Sanguinis 4

    - Saga

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  • CTPhipps
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    Originally posted by Saga View Post


    THIS! I always guess that it was this the event that led Jurgen to become Hardestadt (if they go with this plot, and I'll bet they will).

    And Veronique was last seen in 1st ed Macau or BJD. She is an interesting character in Myranda Kalis' DA novel Brujah.

    - Saga
    Odd factoid, I'm proofing that book now for Crossroad Press.

    Not many women can say they were seduced by a Nosferatu.

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  • Saga
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    Originally posted by CTPhipps View Post
    I'd like to know what happened to Rosamund and Veronique from the Dark Ages.

    THIS! I always guess that it was this the event that led Jurgen to become Hardestadt (if they go with this plot, and I'll bet they will).

    And Veronique was last seen in 1st ed Macau or BJD. She is an interesting character in Myranda Kalis' DA novel Brujah.

    - Saga

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  • Zorin001
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    Originally posted by CTPhipps View Post
    I'd like to know what happened to Rosamund and Veronique from the Dark Ages.
    There's a lot of characters from DA: Vampire that I would like to know what happened to, one way or the other (I assume a lot died in the original Inquisition), Julia Antasia the main one

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