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  • #16
    Originally posted by Froggo View Post
    Just watched Dog Soldiers, the werewolves in that movie would make great Red Talons!
    Nah man, these are Black Spiral Dancers. Scotland, they live in a house (Talons don't do that) and they have chill human body larder.

    My gallery.


    • #17
      Middle Brother's Memory, a Metis Uktena Galliard fixated on uncovering and preserving the legends, lore and legacy of the Croatan, and trying to use it to bring about closer relations between his/her tribe and the Wendigo.

      Name Breakers' Bane, a homid Uktena Ahroun, full-blooded Chickasaw witch hunter from the Gulf Coast, keeping dangerous secrets and objects out of the hands of ignorant human "mages" and "sorcerers" who, much like small children with loaded firearms, have no business with such things. (Credit where it's due: this idea is largely inspired by the character Red Shoes from Gregory Keyes's Age of Unreason series.)

      Daughter of the Monkey King, a homid Uktena ragabash of Chinese decent whose insatiable curiosity and need to poke things is forever getting her and her friends in trouble.

      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)


      • #18
        The Mordred, a Metis Silver Fang Theurge, a child of incest (by both mortal and Garou standards) whose father and his advisors tried to have killed at birth, raised by his "witch" mother, possessing a great deal of ruthless cunning and ambition, with the dark destiny of bringing about the end of his father's control over a powerful and noteworthy regional Protectorate.

        The Hamlet, a Homid Silver Fang Philodox with an overdeveloped sense of justice and revenge, seeking to avenge his father's death from inter-House politicking and perceived treachery.

        The Noble Savage, a Lupus Silver Fang Ahroun of the Ice Pack, cast in the mold of characters like Tarzan and Conan, a paragon of physical virtue and blunt honesty, harkening back to Tribe's original glory.

        The Blackadder, a Homid Silver Fang Ragabash from Britain, the archetypical conniving upper-class weasel, most notable for his snarky wit, self-advancing schemes, and strong sense of self preservation.

        The Don Quixote, a Homid Silver Fang Galliard, the last of the true believers in chivalry, honor and knighthood in a world that has no longer has a place for such things.

        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)


        • #19
          A blind Metis Bone Gnawer Philodox. The son of an capable but unremarkable Fianna Ahroun prize fighter (cast out and forced to join the Gnawers with his son for his crime) and a Black Fury Theurge (abandoned her son and joined the Sisters of Mercy for atonement). Knowing his own existence is a crime he takes a little too much on his plate, both protecting the defenceless and punishing the guilty with equal resolve, knowing full well it'll get him killed one day.

          A Homid Black Fury Ragabash. Goaded on by a kinfolk sister she jumped into being a Garou with a little too much enthusiasm. Striking out onto the streets on her own without a pack she made some terrible mistakes and ended up dominated and enslaved by a Vampire. It took her the better part of a year to break his hold and escape. The memories of what she did while under his thrall still haunt her but she does what she can to drown them out,

          A Homid Bone Gnawer Ahroun. A late bloomer who didn't undergo his first change until his mid-twenties while in prison for a crime he didn't commit. When he eventually came to he was miles away from the prison and covered in blood. He took on an new identity and laid low for years before meeting an elderly Bone Gnawer and learning the truth of what he is.

          A Homid Stargazer Galliard. Born to Glass Walker Kinfolk that tragically died when their private plane went down in the Himilayas he managed to survive and was taken in by a sept of Stargazers. He trained in their ways and joined the tribe when he under went his first change. Alas the call of the home he once knew was too much and he abandoned his post and returned to the city to reclaim his birth right.

          A Homid Glass Walker Ahroun. Another late bloomer, who never thought he'd be a true Garou warrior. He joined the marines and had a successful if morally dubious career, unbeknownst to him being watched over by the totem Clashy Boom Boom. She kept him alive through every battle so that he could properly serve her one day. Unfortunately on his last tour he uncovered proof that members of his unit were being turned into fomori. Upon returning to the US he tried to make contact with some Garou relatives to let them know about what he found. His attempts were intercepted by his former CO who arranged for a hit against his family in hopes of keeping him quiet. As his family were murdered he at long last under went his first change.