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  • #76
    Originally posted by Saur Ops Specialist View Post

    "Its blood is highly acidic!"

    "Dude... have you been around someone with the Gift for that? Same shit, different day."
    I'd be more worried about Internecivus Raptus (that's their "Official Scientific Latin" name, "xenomorph" is a catch all term for all Aliens, not just them) who can Shapeshift into Crinos, and worse, homid form to infiltrate human society.... shiver

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    • #77
      Originally posted by Lin Liren View Post

      I'd be more worried about Internecivus Raptus (that's their "Official Scientific Latin" name, "xenomorph" is a catch all term for all Aliens, not just them) who can Shapeshift into Crinos, and worse, homid form to infiltrate human society.... shiver
      As on-point linguistically as the Manei Domini... (^VVVVVV^)

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      • #78
        Originally posted by Saur Ops Specialist View Post

        As on-point linguistically as the Manei Domini... (^VVVVVV^)
        "Murderous Thief" (or even "Murderous Rapist" depending on the dialect of Latin) is frankly a far more accurate and appropriate nom-de-guerre for these monsters than merely "Other-Form", considering they must literally commit rape and murder just to reproduce...

        Quite an appropriate Latin Name for Black Spiral Dancers too, when you think about it.

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        • #79
          Originally posted by Lin Liren View Post

          I'd be more worried about Internecivus Raptus (that's their "Official Scientific Latin" name, "xenomorph" is a catch all term for all Aliens, not just them) who can Shapeshift into Crinos, and worse, homid form to infiltrate human society.... shiver
          Where did you get "Internecivus Raptus" from? Because the Dark Horse comics typically refer to them as Aliens, Bugs, or Xenomorphs/Xenos. Not trying to impugn your Latin, just genuinely curious.


          "A free society is one in which it is safe to be unpopular."
          I find Nick Spencer and Richard Spencer to be equally repulsive.

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          • #80
            It's what the Most-Recent Edition Blu Ray Extras list them as in the extras, Good Gent.
            And in my campaigns? That is what I'm going to call the Black Spiral Dancers, baby!

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            • #81
              I keep forgetting to add Bulletproof Monk for a Werewolf inspiration. A story about a Stargazer who mentors a Bonegnawer, who eventually has a Shadow Lord packmate who brings the Resources.


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              • #82
                Originally posted by Lin Liren View Post

                "Murderous Thief" (or even "Murderous Rapist" depending on the dialect of Latin) is frankly a far more accurate and appropriate nom-de-guerre for these monsters than merely "Other-Form", considering they must literally commit rape and murder just to reproduce...

                Quite an appropriate Latin Name for Black Spiral Dancers too, when you think about it.
                There was a terrible no-no in the binomen, in that you capitalized the species name and didn't write it in italics.

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by Lin Liren View Post
                  It's what the Most-Recent Edition Blu Ray Extras list them as in the extras, Good Gent.
                  And in my campaigns? That is what I'm going to call the Black Spiral Dancers, baby!
                  Thanks for the info, have a like!


                  "A free society is one in which it is safe to be unpopular."
                  I find Nick Spencer and Richard Spencer to be equally repulsive.

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                  • #84
                    "The Living Years" sung by Mike + The Mechanics, a heartfelt and heartbreaking summation of relationships all too commmon between Garou and the family they must leave behind. (Fair Warning, have tissues ready if you want to listen to it)

                    https://youtu.be/agC7SoihH-o

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                    • #85
                      Oh dear... 😛
                      Just saw "Pulp Fiction" for the First Time in Twenty years
                      And considering that dead Metis bodies do NOT change back to Human and Wolf Form upon death....
                      This is a potential Mini-Story (if not the beginnings of a chronicle😛)about preserving the veil in the hands of a humorous storyteller
                      (Warning: Some sensitive folks may get a LITTLE mad at the following paragraph: sorry beforehand. :😛

                      Albercht: MMM MMM!! God Damn, that is some serious Gourmet shit, Jimmy! Evan and I would have been fine if you gave us beef, but then you spring this genuine moose-burger gourmet shit on us: Is it Canadian?
                      Jimmy: Knock it off, Al. I don't need you to tell me how good my fucking burgers are. Sarah? When she goes out she buys beef. Me? I buy moose because I when I want hamburgers, I want REAL meat. But you know what's on my mind right now? It ain't the burgers in my kitchen oh no, it's the Dead Metis in MY GARAGE.
                      Albercht: Now Jimmy...
                      Jimmy: Tell me, Al: When you pulled in here did you notice the sign that says "Dead Metis Storage" in my driveway.
                      Albercht: Jimmy, I think....
                      Jimmy: DON'T THINK ANYTHING. Did you or did you not see the sign that says "Dead Metis Storage"
                      Albercht: (Finishes moose burger) No I didn't.
                      Jimmy: And you know why there isn't a sign that says "Dead Metis Storage?"
                      Albercht: No?
                      Jimmy: COS IT AINT THERE COS STORING DEAD METIS AIN'T MY FUCKING BUSSINESS, THAT'S WHY!! 😛

                      My... Mr Tarantino films are morbidly appropriate inspirations for "World of Darkness" Games. 😉
                      Last edited by Lin Liren; 04-15-2017, 12:01 PM.

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                      • #86
                        Enemy at the Gates is always a good WTA movie for me. 13th Warrior and a bunch of other good go to films have already also been listed. Some people also like drawing in comparisons in the Fast and Furious series and it kinda works too.

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                        • #87
                          Bone Tomahawk, it's a western version of the hills have eyes.

                          Normal Townsfolk dealing with a nest of fomori/ spiral kinfolk.

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                          • #88
                            For the Bone Gnawers and Glasswalkers in the crowd:

                            Red Hot Chili Peppers - Under the Bridge

                            "I drive on her streets
                            'Cause she's my companion
                            I walk through her hills
                            'Cause she knows who I am
                            She sees my good deeds
                            And she kisses me windy
                            I never worry
                            Now that is a lie"


                            "Under the bridge downtown
                            Is where I drew some blood
                            Under the bridge downtown
                            I could not get enough
                            Under the bridge downtown
                            Forgot about my love
                            Under the bridge downtown
                            I gave my life away"



                            Are you ready to rage? Discover if you are Brave Enough to fight for the soul of the world.

                            The Werewolf: the Apocalypse Quest updates on Mondays. All are welcome to vote.

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                            • #89
                              I've not read it, but Hannah Priest's She-Wolf: A Cultural History of Female Werewolves looks potentially interesting, especially if you like the Black Furies.


                              What is tolerance? It is the consequence of humanity. We are all formed of frailty and error; let us pardon reciprocally each other's folly. That is the first law of nature.
                              Voltaire, "Tolerance" (1764)

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